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Education
Character of the 1st Quarter Award

Character of the 1st Quarter Award

Amity Middle School in Bethany has a “Character of the Quarter” awards program.  Each marking period students are recognized for one of four traits:  Accountability, Motivation, Independence, and Trustworthiness.  Students from each team are selected to receive this honor.  The character trait for the 1...
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Preschool Openings Available

Bethany Nursery Group located at 511 Amity Road in Bethany is a preschool program for children ages 3 to 5 years old that has operated in Bethany for over 50 years.  Our nurturing and dedicated staff provide a program rich with literature and learning opportunities while still leaving ample time to play...
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Student News 11/16/18

Achievements Hamilton College Clinton, NY—George Tucker of Woodbridge is serving as a peer counselor in the Hamilton College Counseling Center this year.  Peer counselors are trained students supported by the Counseling Center who provide additional resources to other Hamilton students as they navigate...
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Chinese Educators Visit Amity Middle Schools

Twenty-five distinguished Chinese educators, mostly principals, visited the Amity Middle Schools in Bethany and Orange on November 13, 2018.  These educators have been selected by Guangdong Province, one of China’s most progressive provinces, to come to the United States this year.  The trip for the del...
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Student News 11/2/18

Dean’s List Scripps College Alexandra Hunter of Woodbridge was named to the 2018 spring semester Dean’s List.  To be named to the Dean’s List a student must achieve a GPA of at least 11 (A-) in four letter-graded courses in a semester. Enrollments UNE College of Osteopathic Medicine Grace C. Ewing of Wo...
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Local Board of Education Member Honored with Academic Recognition

A local Board of Education member took the incredible initiative to further her own education so that she could better serve her community’s board.  She has accomplished something great that very few people in her position look to do. Sheila McCreven, a member of the Region 5 Board of Education, recentl...
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