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A rendering of Red Hook's proposed artificial athletic field.

The capital improvement proposal would improve the lighting, air conditioning and safety of the schools. It also includes a broad renovation of the high school’s gymnasium and the installation of a multipurpose educational and athletic artificial turf field, two spaces used not only by the athletes on the district’s sports teams but also each student in physical education classes.

Red Hook students pose for photo in Washington, D.C.

An overnight school trip can be rowdy. Free of the confines of the classroom and surrounded busloads of friends, the fun can sometimes overwhelm the education.

But as the eighth-grade gaggle from Linden Avenue Middle School reached the Tomb of the Unknown Solider at Arlington National Cemetery, the mood changed.

Tom Cassata is the Section 9 Athletic Administrator of the Year

If you’ve been to a Red Hook High School athletic event in the last 20 years, you’ve likely seen Tom Cassata. The Raiders Athletic director for the last two decades is this year's Athletic Administrator of the Year for Section 9.

A student tests the capabilities of a landing device designed during the Young Scholars program

Every Friday morning, Mill Road Intermediate students come in an hour early to participate in the Young Scholars Program. Students taking part in these enrichment days have applied and been accepted to the program under the direction of Principal Dr. Brian Boyd.