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NYS Audit: Bullying in School Often Goes Under or UnReported

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Participate in our poll on bullying below. The Dignity for All Students Act (DASA) was signed by former Governor David Paterson in 2010 and became effective on July 1, 2012.  DASA was enacted to attempt to provide a school environment free of discrimination, harassment and bullying.  One component of the act requires that incidences be reported however many schools across the state have failed to properly implement the act or have reported absolutely zero incidences of bullying according to a new audit from the Office of the State Comptroller. With bullying becoming a very serious issue across the country, parents often…

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Rockland Board of Rabbis Upset with Lohud Video

  10 months ago     2060 Views     Leave your thoughts  

The Rockland Board of Rabbis released the following statement is response to a video teaser produced by The Journal News that publicizes a report that is expected to come out Sunday, January 8th:   Message from the Rockland Board of Rabbis: We as the Rockland Board of Rabbis are greatly distressed by the recent video posted to social media by Lohud, the Lower Hudson Valley News Source. Entitled “Ramapo at a Breaking Point,” the video is the lead to an upcoming news story. Rather than explore the complex demographic and economic challenges facing Ramapo, this short video is at best…

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Inside Job: Three North Rockland Women Nabbed with $4,000 in Stolen Merchandise

  2 years ago     1030 Views     Leave your thoughts  

On December 13, 2014 at approximately 8:10 PM the Clarkstown Police Department responded to Macy’s located at the Palisades Mall for a report of shoplifting.  The suspects, Latoya Brown, 23 and Haillee Jones, 19, both of Haverstraw, NY and Ashley Hernandez, 20, of Stony Point, NY were reportedly observed by loss prevention employees taking merchandise valued at $4,101.42. The merchandise consisted of clothing and accessories. Jones, a Macy’s employee, allowed Brown and Hernandez to bypass the cash register without paying for the merchandise by creating a transaction and then cancelling it. They were arrested and transported to police headquarters for…

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