Coming soon: handouts, Power Points, and other goodies from this year’s institute, Find Your Park, Historic Site, Museum: Gain a Classroom. In the meantime, enjoy these photos.
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Meet THV’s summer intern Alex Ramey! Alex recently earned a bachelor’s degree in environmental studies from Roanoke College. Read more to learn about Alex’s background, impressions of Hyde Park, and appreciation for black cherries.
Day 1 of Teaching for Engagement in the Hudson Valley was nothing short of successful. Read about some of our highlights so far!
“Icicles like bars on the windows, trapped inside,” by Kim Ellis. Kim taught second grade and English as a Second Language in the Monroe Woodbury Central School District for 24 years and is now a teacher consultant with the Hudson Valley Writing Project.
Another winter photo: Geese on Mill Pond, Monroe. Courtesy of Orange County Tourism.
Ice boats on the Hudson by Dorna Schroeter, director, Center for Environmental Education at Putnam-Northern Westchester BOCES.
1961: Russel MacConnell at the “Marlborough bus garage and diner, Route 9W, Marlboro.” Donated to the Marlboro Free Library by J. Diorio and submitted by the Library.
“Pine and sunshine at Little Stony Point” (Cold Spring), January 2013, by Jack Revkin.
Looking west from the Hudson River by Maria Gemma June.
New Paltz’s Deyo House by Kaitlin Galluci of Historic Huguenot Street. The original c. 1720 house was just one room. In 1894 it was replaced with a grand Queen Anne. In 1915 the house passed out of the family, but in 1971 the Deyos bought it back and opened it to the public. Restored in 2003 it features c. 1915 interiors.