A group of Smith School students volunteered at Stewart Park September 14 to participate in the construction of a new playground. The project is being led by the Friends of Stewart Park, a public nonprofit organization formed in 2011, and aims to enhance the park as a welcoming space for families and children of all […]
Three new teachers have started at the Regional Alternative School (RAS) for the 2018-2019 school year. Zach LeViere is teaching History, Government and Economics, R.J. Malabanan teaches Spanish at RAS and Smith School, and Erick Whelpley joins the staff as a special education teacher. Both LeViere and Whelpley taught their respective subjects previously at Dryden […]
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Influential educator and author Larry Brendtro, Ph.D. was the keynote speaker at the TST BOCES superintendent’s conference day kicking off the 2018-2019 school year. Dr. Brendtro was instrumental in the development and circulation of the Circle of Courage model, which is used as a guiding principle at TST BOCES in Smith School. The Circle of […]
Earlier this year the New York State Board of Regents approved a new path for those seeking a High School Equivalency (HSE) Diploma by allowing Regents examinations to count as HSE subject area credits. Effective April 25, 2018 the Regents – HSE examination pathway will help students working to receive an HSE diploma by allowing […]