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  1. Village: Community reacts to preliminary school budget

  2. WJCS holds training on how to help

  3. Andrew Patrick is named Scarsdale Schools’ HR chief

  4. Power outages reported in Fox Meadow

  5. Quest to serve: Clarke endorsed for school board seat

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  7. Former Raider ‘strong’ on TV

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Dozens of SHS students took part March 23 in Jabberfest,the annual performing arts showcase coordinated by Jabberwocky, the school’s art and literary magazine. Classical, jazz, rock, dance and vocal talents prevailed at the all-day assembly.

SPOTLIGHT

First aid for the brain

By the time you read this, a good chunk of The Inquirer’s staff will be in Saratoga Springs for the New York Press Association’s annual spring conference and Better Newspaper Contest. It’s a two-day event — complete with speakers, classes and a gala — in which community news organizations from across the state gather to commune, learn with, and maybe learn from, both each other and the industry professionals conducting various seminars around the Gideon Putnam Resort and Spa, a fine old hotel named for the city’s founder.

It’ll be my fourth time there and, I must say, it’s usually a pretty good time.

The reason I mention this to you is, it’s been almost five months since I took the reins here at The Inquirer and shortly after I did I told you about some of the plans we had for the paper. I hope in the interim you’ve noticed some of those changes — my email box suggests you have — and this is a good time to remind you The Inquirer will have a new, fully-functioning web presence by the end of this year.
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By JULIE SCHNEYER

One in five adolescents has a diagnosable mental illness, according to Westchester Jewish Community Services.

This weekend and next, WJCS will offer assistance to help combat those illnesses, with a nationally recognized eight-hour, evidence-based training course on how to help youth experiencing a mental health crisis. The program is offered in collaboration with JCC on the Hudson and UJA Federation of New York.

The training course takes place over two Sundays, April 10 and 17, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the JCC on the Hudson in Tarrytown.

“Mental Health First Aid” is listed in the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s national registry of evidence-based programs and practices.  Read more >

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