Pre-kindergarteners mark Arbor Day with tree planting

Golden Hill’s pre-kindergarteners helped make the community a little bit greener this Arbor Day, and helped  plant trees along Wheeler and Green Meadow roads. In all, the young students – along with members of Warwick Valley Gardeners and the Warwick Valley Tree Commission – planted 18 trees on Saturday, April 26. A variety of trees …

Students explore job opportunities at Construction Career Day

S.S.. Seward Institute students were among the more than 600 high school students who learned about career opportunities in the building trades at the Hudson Valley Construction Career Day, held Fri., April 12, at Rockland Community College. Opportunities in the construction trades are expected to grow. The industry is facing a chronic labor shortage, and …

Eighth-graders discover careers at Y2Kids Expo

S.S. Seward Institute’s grade 8 students learned about an array of career opportunities at the 2019 Y2Kids Careers from A to Z Expo, an annual interactive event hosted by the Career and Technical Education (CTE) division of Orange-Ulster BOCES. Florida’s students joined hundreds of others from surrounding districts in informational sessions and the exploration of …

Important notice about the April 2 computer-based tests

Dear Spartan Parents: The New York State Education Department experienced technical difficulties with the grades 3-8 ELA computer-based testing today, April 2. As a result, we have been asked to shift our assessment schedule to resume on Thursday.  This is true of all schools in New York. Our Spartans were patient, kind and frankly, showed …

Two S.S. Seward juniors complete first year of Touro medical program

Congratulations to S.S. Seward juniors Ari Campos and Alice Mazur for completing the first year of Touro College’s challenging Med Achieve program. Med-Achieve is an after-school medical science enrichment program for high school students offered by Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine in Middletown. Ari and Alice will continue the program next year as seniors. Med …

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