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Education  It is: January 20th, 2017    |   Hudson Valley Press  |  Education News Preview Chanel
NECSD Hosts Pajama Bedtime Story Party NECSD Hosts Pajama Bedtime Story Party

NEWBURGH - On a cold winter night on December 9, over 165 attendees cozied up for a pajama bedtime story party at the Newburgh Armory Unity Center hosted by the NECSD Family and Community Engagement Department. Students from the Newburgh Free Academy Main Campus theatre program and the NFA Drama Company, the Before Broadway Theatre Co., entertained families by acting out story books. In addition,...


Exploring Native American Villages with iPads Exploring Native American Villages with...

NEW WINDSOR - The Newburgh Enlarged City School District Director of Social Studies K-12 Dr. Augustine Tornatore, visited Temple Hill Academy Instructional Coach Allison Roberts, and teacher Brittany Fay’s fourth grade class. The teachers had an interactive Social Studies lesson about Native Americans through the application NEARPOD. The students used iPads to look into Indian villages, and...


2017 Tuskegee Airmen Scholarship Winners

NEW WINDSOR - The 2017 winners of the Tuskegee Airmen Maj. Gen. Irene Trowell-Harris Chapter’s annual tuition-assistance awards have been announced. The chapter is based at Stewart International Airport, in New Windsor, and has been granting the $1,000 scholarships to deserving Hudson Valley high school seniors since 1998.Including the current awards, the Trowell-Harris Chapter has...


Bullying Project Aims to Change Minds and Hearts Bullying Project Aims to Change Minds...

VAILS GATE - The Vails Gate STEAM Academy is going full STEAM ahead by supporting an anti-bullying initiative called The Be-A-Friend Project. Spearheaded in the school by teaching assistant Kattya Fernandez, The Be-A-Friend-Project is an initiative that offers encouraging and loving letters to kids that have been victims of bullying. “This project is very important to me because I was...


Scholarships For Minority Students Are...

WASHINGTON, DC — The American Chemical Society (ACS) Scholars Program is offering renewable scholarships of $2,500 to $5,000 per year for African American, Hispanic/Latino and American Indian students entering chemistry-related fields. Qualified students may be studying at community colleges or four-year institutions. Graduating high school seniors and college freshmen, sophomores and...


SUNY Ulster Student Awarded Scholarship SUNY Ulster Student Awarded Scholarship

SUNY Ulster student, Luke McIntosh, received the 2016 New York State’s Association Institute, Inc. Criminal Justice Scholarship award from Sheriff Paul VanBlarcum as SUNY Ulster President Al Roberts, Undersheriff Michael Freer, and James Truitt, of SUNY Ulster’s Department of Criminal Justice & Human Services looked on.The scholarship is intended to promote and support high performing...










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