MIDDLETOWN - Middletown High School revealed technology upgrades and new classrooms from its $22 million capital project on Monday morning. The project, funded through state aid and the district’s fund balance, added a third floor to the high school and created new technology-based collaborative classrooms, according to Superintendent Ken Eastwood.
Amanda Spadaro Reporter @aspadaro845 MIDDLETOWN - On Monday morning, Middletown High School sophomores Jannette Cartagena and Jasmine Blair applied their knowledge of Enlightenment-era philosophers with an unconventional assignment.They used one of the high school’s new technology labs during their Global 10 class to create memes with philosophical phrases.Memes are images that convey a joke or cultural behavior and are typically shared on social media.As they worked, school officials...
Amanda Spadaro Reporter @aspadaro845 CITY OF NEWBURGH — Gerardo Castro has never set off fire alarms in pursuit of his fire-inspired art, but he has burned himself many times.Castro’s “Fire & Indigo” series explores the power of fire and its dualism as a constructive and destructive force, he explained Saturday afternoon during the seventh annual Newburgh Open Studios event.The event continues Sunday with more than 100 artists at 28 locations.The free, self-guided tour was organized by...
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