Accepted to 10 colleges, senior Kayla Loomis chooses her path

“Never give up. Keep trying because it’s going to pay off in the end.” That’s the advice Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk senior Kayla Loomis has for her fellow students. Loomis took the risk, applied and was accepted to ten colleges. Six of those schools offered her the opportunity to play softball. Her final choice was Houghton College. “I …

Folk dance encourages students and families to exercise together

Following the folk rhythm played for them live by three musicians, A.W. Becker students danced and sang their way through physical education class on Feb. 11. Teachers Brandon Herwick and Elyse Loughlin hosted the Homespun Community Dance Band to work with students during their community dance unit. Member of the folk group first introduced students …

Reading is fun for Pieter B fifth-graders

Reading together was the task of the day, each turn of the page feeling like play. Each kid in the group put their brain to use, to celebrate the famed writer Dr. Seuss… Jaclyn Cebula’s fifth grade English Language Arts students at Pieter B. Coeymans Elementary jumped at the chance to open a book and …

February Students of the Month

Congratulations to the RCS Middle School February Students of the Month! Grade 8 Aaron Canosa Scott Chamberlin Robert Conners Emily Ferri Harmonie Greenwood Samara Joyner Brendan Leonard Tyler Lischak Faith O’Brien Ava Osterhout Emily Robbins Kayla Stanton Nevaeh Thompson Shannon Williams Grade 7 Jacob Abrams Olivia Boomer Chloe Canham Jessica Diaz Carter Dixon Connor Dottino …

PBC celebrates Read Across America month with the Ronald McDonald House

“This is a wonderful opportunity to help others and instill in our children a sense of community outreach,” AIS Reading Teacher Kelly Doggette said, excited about the reading program being launched at Pieter B. Coeymans Elementary School. For the second year, the Pieter B. Coeymans community has the opportunity to help those in need. To …

RCS robotics team finishes strong at regional competition

A team of four Ravena-Coeyamans-Selkirk students headed to PACE University to participate in the First Tech Challenge (FTC) regional tournament on Feb. 10. Tim Mantor, Will Robertson, Earl Thomasson and Gavin Trosclair competed against 24 other teams and finished in fifth place overall, winning 4 out of 5 matches during the day. “All four students …

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