Sunday, December 22, 2013

What Gossips Missed

Perhaps because of the snow emergency or the controversy over the lots at Second and Columbia streets or the early morning drug raid, but more likely because Gossips isn't on HCSD's distribution list for press releases, we missed the news that the New York State Education Department has given partial approval to "The Bridge."

It may happen that, as soon as the beginning of the new year, up to 45 sixteen-year-olds from the Hudson City School District and the Catskill Central School District "who are at risk of dropping out of school or have dropped out of school" will be attending school at 364 Warren Street, in an Alternative Transition Program, and that HCSD special education students who are now bused to Berkshire Union Free School in Canaan will also be attending classes at 364 Warren Street. 

You can read more about it in the Register-Star"SED OKs C-G Partnership Academy"; and The Columbia Paper: "State gives partial OK to Hudson's Bridge program."

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