February 16, 2012 RSS feed / School News

Collection Club Forms at Middle School

On Friday afternoons when most middle school children can’t wait to leave their school campus and head home for weekend activities, a group of Brewster students stays late after the buses leave with guidance counselor Joanna Biagi to work on pr More...

VFW Honors Three Scholarship Winners

The Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 672 in Brewster recently held an award ceremony for the local winners VFW’s 2011-12 Patriots Pen written essay contest and Voice of Democracy audio essay competition. More...

Program Seeks Local Business Internships

The Brewster High School Senior Enrichment Experience (SEE) is seeking internships from local businesses. More...

College Dean’s Lists

Adam Kopec, SUNY New Paltz, Undeclared, Mahopac Aidan Little (President’s List), Coastal Carolina Univ., Poughquag Aislinn A. More...

Valentine’s Thanks to Brewster School Children

Hundreds of brightly colored Valentine’s Day cards each with a special message made the day extra special for patients at the Castle Point Veterans Hospital in Dutchess County Tuesday. More...

Students Donate Basketball Game Proceeds to Community Action

Putnam Community Action Program is $600 richer this week thanks to students at Carmel High School. The school’s Student Organization donated all proceeds from admission collected at last month’s Mahopac- Carmel basketball classic. More...

Lady Leadership Forms at BHS

Young women comprise more than 25 percent of the corps of cadets enrolled in the Brewster High School NJROTC (Naval Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps) Chapter. More...

Educational Exchange with China Blossoms

The Brewster-Beijing connection continues. Last Thursday a group of local educators and students from both Brewster High School as well as Beijing 101 High School in China conducted a special Chinese New Year celebration. More...

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"Christmas waves a magic wand over this world, and behold, everything is softer and more beautiful." ~Norman Vincent Peale