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  2. SCARSDALE SCHOOLS: Josefberg named interim school personnel director

  3. A&E: Director’s chair is best seat on the house for Pia Haas

  4. VILLAGE: LED streetlight committee considers bright ideas

  5. SPORTS: Pappalardi trades EHS blue for SHS maroon

  6. EDGEMONT: Point of ‘Impact’: helping where help is needed

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Seniors posed for photographs under the balloon arch at Scarsdale High School’s senior prom June 4th.

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Internships keep seniors from slumping

By VALERIE ABRAHAMS and JULIE SCHNEYER

The senior options internship programs at Scarsdale High School and Edgemont High School have kept senior slump at bay for many years. Through supervised work experiences outside the school setting, students engage in jobs or research to develop independence and, in many cases, to explore possible career interests. Nearly all students in Scarsdale participate, while in Edgemont the program is optional and this year 47 students are enrolled.

Scarsdale’s setup

According to faculty coordinator Jose Lamela, this year 372 seniors are assigned to more than 330 sponsors at more than 200 internship sites with 140 school-based mentors. The students went on the job in early May and will continue through mid-June. Individual presentations are scheduled between June 17 and 25, or June 9 to 11 for the Alternative School.  Read more >

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Mark your (new) calendar

Frantic postings lit up Facebook as parents tried to decipher changes made on the 2015-16 Scarsdale school calendar this week. Would it affect our family vacation? Do we still have half days in June? Their angst reflected the esteem with which Scarsdalians hold the school calendar, right up there with takeout menus and carpools.

A revised calendar was approved by the board Monday and posted on the website without much explanation. Speculation grew about why and how much it was revised.

For years, schools have closed at noon on Fridays before holidays and each day during the last week of school in June. Clusters of half days for elementary school parent-teacher conferences have peppered the weeks in December and March as well. But no longer.

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