NYS Secretary of State Addresses Pace University Undergrads at Pleasantville Campus

New York’s Secretary of State Rossana Rosado told Pace University’s Class of 2019 that she is proud to be a first-generation college graduate and that her years at Pace prepared her well... Read more »

Pace Women’s Justice Center Hosts Eve Ensler at ‘Cocktails for a Cause’ Event

On May 16, the Pace Women’s Justice Center (PWJC), a non-profit provider of free legal services to victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and elder abuse, held its 5th Annual Cocktails For... Read more »

Stepinac High School’s Honors Academy to Tackle Climate Change at Symposium on May 30

At its inaugural Symposium last year, Stepinac High School’s Honors Academy students addressed an unresolved and nearly forgotten public health issue with national implications — the Flint, Michigan contaminated drinking water crisis.... Read more »

Hastings School Working to Bring Nature to Seniors

In Hastings on Hudson, there is a project-based school called Hudson Lab School (our school) and we have an Intergenerational Program. That is because we are located in the Andrus on Hudson skilled... Read more »

Todd Video Book Club Inspires Readers  

The Todd Video Book Talk Club, in which students create short films to promote books, attracted such a huge following this year – a total of 60 fourth and fifth graders – that... Read more »

Students and Families Beautify Garden at Dows Lane Elementary School 

A group of Dows Lane Elementary School students and their families worked diligently to revive their school garden by pulling weeds, turning the soil and planting seeds during Garden Community Clean-Up Day... Read more »

Dows Lane Elementary School Second Graders Bring Fables to Life 

Dows Lane Elementary School second graders, who have been reading Aesop’s fables, brought literature to life through a creative and authentic learning experience. Students wrote their own scripts for selected fables before performing the tales in front of an... Read more »

Hakuna Matata! Pocantico Students Perform The Lion King Jr.  

Hakuna Matata! Nearly 70 Pocantico Hills Middle School students comprised the cast and crew of The Lion King Jr. They spent six weeks preparing the production, which they performed on March 29 and 30.  Sheila DePaola, vocal music... Read more »

The Road to College – Second in a Series 

On the road to college, parents and students have much to consider. One question I’m asked quite often is, “When should I start college planning?” The answer: Identify what matters most in... Read more »
Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA)

OSA – The Not-So-Silent Epidemic

Parents!  Pause for a moment and consider these questions:  Does your child: Snore or snort or gasp for air while sleeping?  Grind his/her teeth while asleep?  Move a lot in bed or wake up frequently at night? Experience... Read more »