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Project SEARCH graduate interns were lauded by a packed Good Samaritan Hospital auditorium on Wednesday, June 24th. Of the eight students leaving this on-site work based program, three have already been hired by the hospital.
Adult learners in the Rockland County community were recognized for their commitment to life-long learning during Adult Student Recognition Ceremonies at BERC on the morning of June 13 and at Spring Valley High School that evening.
Proud families, staff and administrators from BOCES and home school districts celebrated the graduation of 17 Kaplan students on June 19. The school community also recognized retiring school nurse Ms. Martone and parent Mr. Mounier for his work securing UPS support for the school.
There was a lot to celebrate as a packed gym lauded Hilltop students at the Moving Up ceremony. There was recognition of achievement in academics, art and physical education and of those who followed PBIS standards. Three students received community service awards.