Voorheesville Central School District

A longtime New Salem volunteer was honored while preschool children worked together to collect pajamas and books to be used for children who need them.

Voorheesville high school students plan to launch a camera-laden weather balloon into near space to measure the curvature of the Earth.

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Two seats are open on the school board here. Current board member Doreen Saia said that she will run, again. Nominating petitions are due in the district office April 20.

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During a lock-out situation Friday, school officials were monitoring who was entering the building through the front security system.

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Voorheesville's proposed $23 million budget is $334,000 greater than this year's budget, but officials are working blind while waiting for state aid figures to be released.

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VOORHEESVILLE — Clare Hemmett made a lasting impression on her Clayton A. Bouton Junior High School students 50 years ago. Now, her former students want to make an impression of their own.

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“There is a bomb in this school,” was written on the wall of a bathroom stall, according to the Albany County Sheriff's Office. Students returned from evacuation in time for lunch.

“We raised over $1,800 for local families in need!” reported Thomas Reardon, principal of Voorheesville Elementary School of the funds raised during the school's annual talent show. Reardon enthusiastically served as master of ceremonies at the event, wearing a tuxedo for the occasion.

Voorheesville Middle School will put on Wonderland, this weekend at the performing arts center.

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