Discipline is Not a Dirty Word -Free parenting workshops offered

Cornell Cooperative Extension in Sullivan County, in partnership with Monticello Central School District and the Empire State Program, is presenting a six-part series of parenting workshops entitled “Discipline is Not a Dirty Word” on Thursday evenings, now through April 11, at Cooke Elementary School, 6 to 8 p.m. This free program is for parents and …

Green eggs and ham at Chase

In honor of Dr.Seuss’ birthday, Mrs. Sager and Mrs. Anagnostou’s first grade classes celebrated by eating green eggs and ham for breakfast. Ms. Van Etten dressed up as the Cat in the Hat and read the story Green Eggs and Ham to the children. It was a fun morning for all!

Students at Emma C. Chase Elementary School ride the wellness wave

Physical Education class is the perfect place to promote a healthy lifestyle. Emma C. Chase Elementary School Physical Education Teacher,Tamara Coney, is doing just that. In her classes, Mrs. Coney encourages and teaches students how to take charge of their health. Learning how to be healthy at a young age will help children make healthy …

EB Crawford Public Library hosting Sullivan County Youth Book Festival

The inaugural Sullivan County Youth Book Festival will take place on Saturday, May 25, 2019 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Ethelbert B. Crawford Public Library in Monticello. They will welcome more than 20 authors and illustrators of books for infants through young adults. Visitors will have the opportunity to meet the many …

Elementary students celebrate 100th day of school

Students at the George L. Cooke, Kenneth L. Rutherford and Emma C. Chase Elementary Schools celebrated the 100th day of school during the week of Feb. 28. Watch a video of the festivities.