East Greenbush CSD Voters Approve School Budget and Capital Project

East Greenbush Central School District residents approved the proposed school budget for 2024-25 earlier today, as well as a $116 million capital project and the purchase of eight new school buses with the highest voter turnout since 2017 (excluding mail in vote of 2020).

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Student drawings on a brick wallDonald P. Sutherland Elementary School completed its second edition of its One School, One Book program last week, which focused on the character trait of the month “Bravery.” As part of the program, every class read the book “After the Fall (How Humpty Dumpty Got Back Up Again)” by Dan Santat which explores what happened to Humpty Dumpty after he fell off the wall.

The follow-up activity involved students writing about a time when they showed bravery on a cut out of a bird that emerges from a cracked egg. Students wrote about learning to swim, having surgery and climbing trees. Students colored the wings and then attached their Humpty Dumpty to a brick wall in the middle hallway of DPS.

Special thanks to the DPS PTO for providing each class with a copy of “After the Fall (How Humpty Dumpty Got Back Up Again)”!