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School days

In a few days voters will to go to the polls to elect Board of Education members in our two local school districts and approve the annual budget in one district. Two board seats will be determined in each school district. The budget vote will include three additional spending proposals, or propositions.

The ballot choices facing voters May 19 are straightforward and clear. That doesn’t mean emotions aren’t running high. To the contrary, judging from the many strongly-worded letters we have received in the past several weeks, voters are taking sides, drawing out the differences between the candidates, and working the opinion pages to persuade others to support their positions.

In other words, it’s business as usual for a school board election season. And that’s a good thing for an engaged community like ours, which broadly values quality education and fiscal responsibility — and doesn’t flinch from entering into a sharp debate on the best way to achieve those paramount yet often conflicting goals.

To help voters choose, we have published roundtable interviews (“Better outreach cited as priority for candidates,” May 8) and in this issue (“Candidate say they champion change on board”,)spelling out the candidates’ key positions in some detail. Here is a brief recap of the races, and a few highlighted issues surfacing in each district election.

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Sack silly

Fox Lane hosted its annual Olympic Day for elementary school students at the high school campus May 7. Fifth-grader Daisy Brookman from Bedford Village Elementary School takes part in the sack race.

October 15, 2014

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EDITORIAL

February 13, 2015

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Pedaling for a cure for diabetes

By NANCY DEXTER
Bruce Reisdorf dons his No. 1 Top Fundraiser shirt from the 2014 Tour de Cure bike race.
 

Bruce Reisdorf, manager of Clark Associates Funeral Home in Katonah, is planning a six-day bicycle journey across New York state which he calls the Tour de Empire, the first week of June. After completing the six-day trip from Somers to Niagara Falls, he will get back on his bike and participate in the Tour de Cure, a one-day fundraiser Saturday, June 6, in Niagara Falls. This year, Mr. Reisdorf is celebrating his 10th year of riding in the Tour de Cure, an annual fundraising event for the American Diabetes Association. Because this year’s ride is taking place at Niagara Falls, he decided to combine it with a long-distance ride across New York state. “It’s a goal I’ve had,” he said. “I go out of my comfort zone, and do something different.”  Read more >

 

March 13, 2015

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