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From left, Dover High School faculty members Susan Forbes and Tessa Odell readied themselves for the Dover High School senior parade while the Dover Dragon made himself comfortable on the back of their SUV. Photo by Kaitlin Lyle

Dover Dragons Class of 2020 honored with graduation parade

DOVER PLAINS — In a joint effort to give this year’s graduating seniors one last hurrah before graduation, the Dover High School faculty banded together to organize a parade to the homes of the members of the Class of 2020 on Friday afternoon, May 22.

From left, Mark Boissey, of the U.S. Naval Reserves; Jonathan Ialongo, a U.S. Air Force veteran who served two tours in Afghanistan; and Dani Masterson, a National Bugler from Wappingers Falls; stood in front of the Millbrook firehouse on Memorial Day, Monday, May 25. Photo by Judith O’Hara Balfe

Memorial Day 2020: Honoring fallen heroes amid a global pandemic

DUTCHESS COUNTY — Dutchess County commemorated Memorial Day with a vehicle convoy that drove from Poughkeepsie to Wappingers to Fishkill to Beekman to Pawling to Dover to Amenia to Millerton to Pine Plains to Milan to Red Hook, back to Poughkeepsie through Rhinebeck and Hyde Park, all to honor this nation’s fallen heroes.

Photographed with her Australian Shepherd, Lily, Paige Arent, 14, of Stanfordville decided to help families in need by setting up a GoFundMe page so she could purchase gift cards to send to families struggling to support themselves during the coronavirus pandemic. Photo submitted

COVID-19 health crisis: Stissing Mountain freshman raises money for families in need

STANFORDVILLE — After watching her mother field endless calls from people struggling to support their families during the coronavirus pandemic, Paige Arent, a freshman at Stissing Mountain Junior/Senior High School, stepped forward to create her own fundraiser for local communities, to purchase gift cards for families in need during the COVID-19

Liam Moriarity, a student at Dutchess Day School, set to work on a writing workshop with his teacher from the comfort of his home. Photo courtesy of Dutchess Day School

New York schools strive to mitigate pandemic’s impact

HARLEM VALLEY — When school districts across New York state closed in response to the coronavirus outbreak this past March, it was understood by everyone — from administrators and teachers to the families with children enrolled in those districts — that the closure was the only solution to ensure the health and safety of all students and staff.


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