Keyword: Kirstyn Brendlen
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Every student, from kindergarten through eighth grade, filled the balconies of SAR Academy’s open learning space to talk about a former assistant principal who has since been charged with a variety of crimes, including possession of child pornography and the sexual exploitation of a young boy. more
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Mosholu Montefiore Community Center was one of five local pre-kindergarten programs to receive additional Head Start funding. more
It was two years before the Statue of Liberty was completed. One year after the first cars crossed the Brooklyn Bridge. And just 19 years after the city formally established the Metropolitan Fire Department — the forerunner to the New York City Fire Department. more
Riverdale Avenue might look calm, but it can be a dangerous stretch of road. Especially between West 230th and West 236th streets. Paint lines marking out four lanes of traffic are faded, and double-parked cars on both sides render some lanes impassable. Drivers and pedestrians are both at risk. more
Classes are back in session at Manhattan College, and as students return to their dorms and off-campus apartments, neighbors have become nervous about what’s been a years-long battle with noise on the streets they call home. more
It’s a quiet rainy Friday just two weeks before school is set to start. Tucked behind the Riverdale Presbyterian Church on Henry Hudson Parkway is a nursery school occupying a cozy, second-floor space with green walls and white-painted cubbies for backpacks and lunchboxes. more
In Kinneret Day School’s single long hallway, preparations are underway for the first day of school. Rabbi Aaron Frank, Kinneret’s head of school, is huddled in his office with his assistant principal, Allyson Israel, discussing plans for the upcoming academic year. more
Mayor de Blasio’s Pre-K For All program — which provides free pre-kindergarten services for the city’s 4-year-olds, appears to be paying off more
Miriam Gomez hates what she sees when she visits Henry Hudson Park. Although a renovation began last year, it’s still not finished, and the rest of the park has been neglected, turning formerly flat green lawns into stretches of tall grasses and weeds. more
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