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Education  It is: September 27th, 2016    |   Hudson Valley Press  |  Education News Preview Chanel
Wooster Hall Ribbon Cutting at SUNY New Paltz Wooster Hall Ribbon Cutting at SUNY New...

NEW PALTZ - More than 100 students, faculty, staff and community members convened on the concourse outside the newly-renovated Wooster Hall for a ribbon-cutting celebrating the building’s opening and its new place as a central hub of activity and service on the SUNY New Paltz campus.“Many people and companies dedicated hard and excellent work to the Wooster Hall renovation, and this...


Nora Cronin Academy Celebrates 10 Years Nora Cronin Academy Celebrates 10 Years

NEWBURGH - Nora Cronin Presentation Academy opened its doors as a private middle school for undeserved girls in the Newburgh Enlarged City School District on Sept. 6, 2006.  Founded by the Sisters of the Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary, the Academy’s objective was to significantly intervene in the education of young girls, providing small classes, values centered programs, and...


NAUC Launches New Computer Science...

NEWBURGH - The Newburgh Armory Unity Center (NAUC) Board of Trustees, in collaboration with the Excelsior Academy - a New York State P-Tech School at the Newburgh Free Academy, kicked-off a new, innovative Computer Science Program on Tuesday, September 6, 2016. The program has been made possible with funding from The Elaine and William Kaplan Foundation.The first of two classes are for students...


Mount Honors Outstanding Community Members Mount Honors Outstanding Community...

NEWBURGH - Mount Saint Mary College honored two outstanding individuals and recognized the newest members of its academic community at the 57th Annual Academic Convocation on September 1.The college presented Ruth C. Smith ’89 and her husband, John H. Smith, with the prestigious Mount Saint Mary College Community Service Award.Born and raised in the Hudson Valley and long-time residents of...


Free Breakfast and Lunch Provided for...

NEWBURGH - Students in the Newburgh Enlarged City School District will begin the 2016-2017 school year on the right track with free nutritious meals in school. Beginning in September, the NECSD will be moving to district-wide Community Eligibility. The Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) provides an opportunity for districts in high poverty areas to provide free breakfast and lunch to all...


47th Annual National Education Conference is Held 47th Annual National Education...

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Seeking solutions to end to what it calls a “parasitic divisiveness” which is having a devastating social and economic impact on working families, the A. Philip Randolph Institute last week brought together a wide range of  labor union members, community leaders, politicians, business executives and celebrities for its annual Education Conference in...










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