ELLENVILLE, NY — Before Robert Jackson was a senator, he was a parent.
BLOOMING GROVE, PA — The Pike County Conservation District (PCCD) is offering a $500 Environmental Education Project grant opportunity to Pike County teachers or youth organizations to fund a project that complements the district’s mission.
NEW YORK — Not long before Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced a $956 million proposed boost in education funding, a report showed children from two districts in Sullivan County are among the most impoverished in the region.
ELDRED, NY —It is indeed topsy-turvy when being “number one” and achieving the highest score is a bad thing in academia. But in the world of Fiscal Stress Monitoring, that is exactly the case.
ELDRED, NY — Enrollment in Kindergarten through grade 12 in the Eldred Central School District will decrease 14.7% in the next 10 years, according to a demographics study commissioned by the Eldred school board. This compares with a decrease of 27.2% for the 10-year period 2008 to 2018.
LAKE HUNTINGTON, NY — At its meeting on January 10, the Sullivan West School Board discussed a project to replace or repair the roof of the 1961 addition to the elementary school in Jeffersonville.
HONESDALE, PA — The new president of the Wayne Highlands School Board George Korb presided over his first board meeting on January 15.
Seated in the front row are member Brian Weist, left, superintendent Gregory Frigoletto, president George Korb, assistant superintendent Timothy Morgan, member John Lowe and member Thomas Fasshauer.
FERNDALE, NY — Hundreds of volunteers turned out to the CVI Building in Ferndale on January 9 to learn about grant opportunities and related information, as Sullivan Renaissance kicked off its 19th season.
Executive director Denise Frangipane told the volunteers that because of them the organization has expanded its scope.
MONTICELLO, NY — In honor of Leonard Bernstein’s 100th birthday year, retired music teacher Kenneth Korn will discuss the life and work of the multi-talented musician at the Ethel B. Crawford Library on Wednesday, January 23 at 6 p.m.
ROSCOE, NY — Newly sworn-in State Senator Jen Metzger is criticizing Gov. Andrew Cuomo for his veto of a bill that would have allowed the Roscoe Central School District to avoid a claw-back of $1.11 million in building aid from the state.