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Education  It is: February 26th, 2017    |   Hudson Valley Press  |  Education News Preview Chanel
Students Complete Unit on a Dicken’s Classic Students Complete Unit on a Dicken’s...

NEWBURGH - Josephine Giglia Byrne’s 5th grade English as a New Language (ENL)students from Temple Hill Academy recently completed a unit on A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens. The students began the unit by researching and building background knowledge on the Victorian Era and revisiting The Human Rights Doctrine which was studied at an earlier time. Students completed an author study to...


Global Students Complete Courses at MSMC Global Students Complete Courses at MSMC

NEWBURGH - More than 60 students from across the globe completed a three-week business course at Mount Saint Mary College on Thursday, January 26.Through the International Business School – São Paulo and the Mount’s Office of International Programs, the college’s School of Business hosted the scholars, who learned standard U.S. business practices. Hailing from a dozen...


Students Participate in Scientist-Mentored Study Students Participate in...

NEWBURGH - NFA Main Campus Advanced Placement Biology students participated in a scientist-mentored, National Institute of Health funded, American Botanical Society project of curriculum study. The students designed, conducted, and reported their experiments and findings about factors that affect photosynthesis. Scientists across the globe were assigned to individual teams and mentored them...


Nurses’ Pinned at Rockland Community College Nurses’ Pinned at Rockland Community...

RAMAPO - Recent graduates (Dec.’16) of Rockland Community College’s nursing program proudly participated in the traditional Nurses’ Pinning ceremony, held January 3, 2017.A jubilant but hushed crowd of families and friends joined RCC faculty and officials as proud nursing graduates carried a candle to take their place on the stage in the Cultural Arts Theater. The pinning...


Heritage Middle School Kicks Off New Initiative Heritage Middle School Kicks Off New...

NEWBURGH - On January 19, Heritage Middle School kicked of a new initiative #KindnessMatters as part of #NoNameCallingWeek. Students were asked to answer #IWontStandFor. Their statements will be displayed throughout the building. “I challenge you to join me in healing one another. What you say and what you do matters,” shared Assistant Principal Marcie Heywood.


Horizons on the Hudson Awarded $6,800 Grant Horizons on the Hudson Awarded $6,800...

NEWBURGH - Horizons on the Hudson Magnet School received a $6,800 grant from The Laura Bush Foundation for America’s Libraries.  More than $831,000 in grants will be distributed to 130 school libraries across the country for the purchase of books and reading materials.   “The love of books – holding a book, turning its pages, looking at the pictures, hearing...










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