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Graduates, you achieved your task; you completed the requirements of one phase of your life. Now, you must move into the next phase — how will you go about it?

BETHLEHEM — The Bethlehem Children’s School is offering a new “Tiny Sprouts” classroom for the 2015-16 school year.  This half-day or full-day program is designed for students “ready to begin their educational experience in a small nurturing environment,” according to a release from the not-for-profit school.

When you’re a child, people tell you what matters. “When you become older…you need to figure it out for yourself,” said Superintendent Marie Wiles.

Thomas Fisher said he found vast opportunities at Berne-Knox-Westerlo, where he took advanced classes and bonded with teachers.

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Timothy Mundell follows two interim superintendents and will lead a district with new principals in both of its buildings.

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Farnsworth Middle School student André Valverde was given the 2015 Lt. John F. Finn Community Service award.

A two-mega-watt array will supply power to the school's facilities from a 20-acre field near Dunnsville and Becker roads.

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These local students were among 31 from the Capital Region BOCES Career and Technical School inducted into the National Technical Honor Society with grade-point averages of 92 or greater at Career & Tech, an overall average of 85 or greater at their high schools, and fewer than six absences:

The 46-year-old Marna Meltzer McMorris lives in Guilderland and comes from an assistant principal position in Niskayuna.

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 “Our cat, he sometimes jumps on the table and sometimes ruins the puzzle,” Quinn Toomey said of the family pet, Hobo, during his family’s Christmas puzzle-making tradition.

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