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  1. BUDGETING: Martin and Steves favor financial look ahead

  2. VILLAGE ISSUES: Fallen leaf mulching public discussion, divide continue

  3. SCARSDALE SCHOOLS: SHS math team takes first

  4. ART: Kuba textiles at Neuberger show modern aesthetic of African art

  5. EDGEMONT: Comprehensive plan’s new draft shows no changes for Edgemont

  6. SPORTS: Synchro Skyliners 6th overseas

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Taking a break from the rigors of egg hunting at the rec department’s Spring Eggstravaganza March 28 are Zack and Zola Sydney, Henry and Will Everett, Emily Litman, Conrad and Kalle Ulbak.

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Seely Place 4th-graders learn to legislate

By JULIE SCHNEYER
PHOTOS BY JULIE SCHNEYER

Noah Plattus, left and Rachel Bernstein sit at the top of the legislative chamber’s dais for their roles as chairmen during their mock session.

 

A group of Seely Place fourth-graders got a closer look at the inner workings of government last Thursday, March 26, when they took a field trip to the Westchester County Board of Legislators in White Plains. The 17-member board is the legislative, policy-making branch of county government that has been in operation for over 300 years. Each legislator is elected for a two-year term and represents a district of approximately 54,000 residents.

In preparation for the trip, students worked on writing persuasive essays, forming arguments on an issue of their choosing, and also spent several days examining two mock resolutions which they would then discuss and debate: a proposal that students wear school uniforms in all Westchester schools, and a proposal for a new school calendar making a 12-month school year, not lengthening the total number of days but spreading it out over a yearlong period with shorter breaks in between.

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Let sunshine in

Perpetual snow obscured our view of Sunshine Week, which takes place every March... Read more >