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Bryan Paul grew up in a household of educators. His mother was an English teacher and department head for more than 30 years and his father was a physical education teacher, coaching every sport Paul and his brother played growing up.

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Eve Feuerstein, the previous Edgemont Junior/Senior High School assistant principal who became interim principal at Seely Place Elementary School in August, is now a probationary principal at the school.

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Edgemont Schools Superintendent Victoria Kniewel and her staff presented a preliminary look at 2019-20 school budget Feb. 26, a budget that features a $1.8 million rise in the tax levy from $51.9 million this year to $53.7 million next year.

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Edgemont High School continues to churn out some of the top performing students in the state, an achievement further evidenced by senior Angie Jang’s trip to the semifinals of the Regeneron Science Talent Search.

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Dr. Joe Schippa and Ed Stickles, director and assistant director of the Pupil Personnel Services department for Edgemont Schools, previewed the district’s plans for its special education program for the 2019-20 school year at the board of education meeting Feb. 4.

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Edgemont Junior/Senior High School teacher John Catoliato called Measure 99 of “Armando’s Rhumba” “everyone’s nemesis.” The up-tempo composition, released in 1976 by jazz pianist Armando “Chick” Corea, was originally written for three parts — rhythmic handclaps, violin and piano. In the year…

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Edgemont Schools technology director Paul Garofano presented his technology budget proposal for the 2019-20 fiscal year at the board of education meeting Jan. 22, a proposal highlighted by a $70,000 increase in expenditures.

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The teaching of reading fundamentals is the new focus for elementary classrooms in Edgemont Schools. ‘Word Study’ and ‘Intervention’ are front and center in the district’s new literacy program, which launched this year.

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The Edgemont Union Free School District announced May 9 the hiring of Kyle Hosier as the new principal for Edgemont Junior/Senior High School. The Inquirer reached out to Hosier, currently an assistant principal at Horace Greeley High School in Chappaqua, to speak with him about his new job.

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The Edgemont Board of Education passed a resolution Oct. 9 supporting State Assemblywoman Amy Paulin’s coalition to challenge the IRS ruling against Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s workaround on the new federal tax law.

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It’s a story known around the world. Fourteen-year-old Anne Frank and her family — her sister Margot, her father Otto and her mother Edith — went into hiding in 1942 during the Nazi Occupation of the Netherlands in World War II after Margot received a summons to report to a Nazi work camp.

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As students went back to school this week, both the Scarsdale and Edgemont school districts released preliminary enrollment numbers for the 2018-19 school year.

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Paul Garofano, technology director for the Edgemont Union Free School District, provided the board of education’s May 23 meeting with a short synopsis of the new technology plan the district looks to implement for fall 2018 through 2021.

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The Edgemont Union Free School District announced May 9 the hiring of Kyle Hosier as the new principal for Edgemont Junior/Senior High School. The Inquirer reached out to Hosier, currently an assistant principal at Horace Greeley High School in Chappaqua, to speak with him about his new job.

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David Solomon, chief operating officer of Goldman Sachs and member of Edgemont High School’s 1980 graduating class, received the Edgemont School Foundation’s first-ever Distinguished Alumni Award at a May 8 ceremony at the high school to commemorate Solomon.

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Former Edgemont school board president Anish Nanavaty was honored April 25 at the Edgemont Community Council’s annual meeting at Greenville School with the Silver Bowl for distinguished community service.

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When Edgemont Junior-Senior high schooler William Graif was 6 years old, he was beating his father blindfolded at chess.

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Educating and spreading awareness is one of the best and most used methods of helping people understand issues and situations. For three Edgemont students, eighth-grader Noah Bernstein, 11th-grader Sydney Knecht and ninth-grader Anaya Sheikh, they’ve taken matters into their hands when it co…

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Paul Garofano, Edgemont School District’s assistant to the superintendent for technology and information systems, presented the board of education Jan. 23 the technology budget proposal for the 2018-19 school year.