The Scarsdale Inquirer 14 Harwood Ct, Scarsdale, NY10583 The Scarsdale Inquirer is a community newspaper issued weekly in print each Friday. It covers local news, politics,…More businesses, community issues (i.e. taxes, budget cuts, voting, construction), public service organizations, school sports and community events. They also have a classified section, contactable directly at 914-725-5704.
This league is a nonpartisan political organization that aims to educate citizens about their voting rights. It…More advocates activism at all levels of government—local, county, state and national. Established in 1920, the league publishes voter guides and conducts pubic meetings on current issues.</p>
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Congregation M'Vakshe Derekh 133 Popham Rd, Scarsdale, NY10583 The Congregation M'Vakshe Derekh maintains a diverse membership of people from varied life situations, backgrounds,…More political beliefs and religious perspectives. This Reconstructionist synagogue maintains strong commitments to both tradition and the search for contemporary meaning. Headed by Rabbi Ned Soltz, Rabbi Emeritus Emanuel S. Goldsmith and Cantor Nomi Chiel, the synagogue offers a place for Westchester's Jewish community to gather, contribute to Jewish thought and share ideals and experiences. The members of the Congregation M'Vakshe Derekh are able to participate in Shabat, festival services and Jewish educational and cultural activities. Services are held every Saturday at 10am, followed by Kiddish at approximately 12:30pm.
Maroon is Scarsdale High School's student-run newspaper. It is distributed monthly to students and faculty. Articles…More can also be read online and through its subscription services.</p>
<p>Article topics include news (i.e. weather damages in the community, community taxes and school budgets); opinion (i.e. reactions to government mandates, politics, controversial issues and censorship); sports (i.e. game coverage, historical time lines, professional sports and athlete/team profiles); features (i.e. issues and concerns affecting student body, trends in the school, teacher favoritism and underage drinking); arts and entertainment (i.e. album, food and movie reviews, and Drama Club productions); and in-depth topics (i.e. student perspectives, exploring parent-child relationships, fake ids, and SHS grads in the military).</p>
<p>To subscribe, contact the paper through the school or the online contact form.</p>
The Westchester Chinese School was founded in 1998. The school was created to provide instruction in the Mandarin…More Chinese language, as well as its history and culture.</p>
<p>Representatives from the teaching staff and volunteer parents run the school. The Westchester Chinese School is a non-sectarian, non-profit and non-political organization.</p>
<p>The academic school year is divided into two semesters with 30 sessions per semester. Students are placed in classes based on their Chinese language knowledge. Class sizes are small with 5 to 12 students in each. Parents are encouraged to get involved with the classes and they may attend a class with their child.</p>
<p>Students come from both Chinese and non-Chinese speaking homes. The school maintains a non-discriminatory admission policy.</p>
<p>The Westchester Chinese School is located within The First Reformed Church of Hastings on Hudson.</p>