Boy Scouts from Troop 83 have pinned red ribbons on both principals Mrs. Kelly McHugh and David St Germain. Red Ribbon week initiated from of a DEA agent Camarena that was kidnapped then murdered as he was closing the case on one of the largest drug (marijuana and cocaine) multi billion dollar drug pipelines […]
Last Thursday, kindergarten and pre-kindergarten students atWhitehalltook a break from their reading, writing and arithmetic lessons to learn a few lessons that could perhaps save their life one day. About a dozen firefighters from the Whitehall Volunteer Fire Company presented a lesson in being prepared and knowing what to do during a fire as part […]
Nearly a quarter of last year’s third grade class did not meet the minimum standards on the state’s math and English assessment exams. Last month, the New York State Department of Education released the results from May’s English Language Arts (ELA) and Math assessment exams, given annually to students in grades three through eight. Statewide, […]
The thermometer may read like mid-July, but next Tuesday will come the words that children and teenagers will either love or dread. “Welcome back to school.”
While other communities surrounding Whitehall have seen high increases in illness, the news here is so far, so good.
The school bus doors will open Tuesday, and there will be a number of expressions on the faces of those who walk up the steps.
For the first time, the Whitehall Central School District is exceeding expectations in all levels of state testing.
It’s a day to promote fitness and healthy living in Whitehall. It’s also still a day to get your name in for a free bike, as well.