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  1. Parks and rec gets a fresh look under Jason Marra

  2. Trustees green-light 22 Montrose demolition

  3. INVESTMENT: Joel Lever advises caution on buying and selling art

  4. SCARSDALE SCHOOLS: Makerspace gives elementary students room to experiment

  5. GREENBURGH: Car dealers pursue permits; scrutiny of $1M donation continues

  6. SPORTS: Panther boys
    beat Keio

  7. A&E: “Sweeny Todd” — a razor sharp production at WPPAC

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The Spanish exchange students pose between classes at Scarsdale High School.

 

By VALERIE ABRAHAMS

The halls of Scarsdale High School resembled a mini-United Nations this fall, as dozens of international students arrived from China in September and from Spain and France in October.

Staying with the families of their Scarsdale peers, the students learned firsthand about American culture, family life and schools through exchange programs coordinated by the World Languages Department. Each Scarsdale host student in turn will stay with the visiting student’s family either in Spain or France for two weeks next February, or in China next April.

“The highlight of the program is the connection between the kids as they form friendships and experience each other’s cultures,” said department chairman Sylvie Corten. “And the families enjoy having a foreign guest as well.”  Read more >

 

July 3, 2014

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EDITORIAL

What’s historic?

Serving on the Committee on Historic Preservation must be one of the most frustrating volunteer jobs in Scarsdale. Members of the committee, fans of Scarsdale’s varied architecture, meet month after month not to preserve history but to approve demolition of the village’s oldest houses.

They seldom have a choice. The village code allows the CHP to deny a demolition permit for a house that is 100 or more years old, is historically significant or the site of a historically significant event; is related to an historically important individual; is of architectural or engineering significance or the work of a significant architect or engineer; is a significant example of an important building style or period; or has been listed on the National or State Register of Historic Places. Read more >

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Ambassadors abound at Scarsdale High School

August 22, 2014

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Scarsdale actors defend “new kids” in a Random Farms production traveling to area schools.