Zarrella spoke about extrasensory perception (ESP), Reiki, intuition, and near-death experiences–and her belief in all of them. She shared her views about why paranormal beliefs and feelings often elicit skepticism and/or criticism, and why we need to normalize these beliefs and feelings in order to fully understand and truly test paranormal activity. Zarrella holds a master’s degree in Clinical Psychology from Columbia University, and a bachelor's degree in Holistic Psychology from Lesley University. Students were thoroughly intrigued.
Earlier this week, Saugerties students joined together with Grade 9 peers from Ulster County schools at an impactful youth rally at SUNY Ulster, aimed at highlighting the dangers of substance abuse. The event featured an incredible speaker, Tony Hoffman, who bravely shared his journey from BMX stardom to addiction and recovery.
In Elisa Tucci's Drawing and Painting class, students embarked on a meaningful artistic journey centered around the theme of trees.
This summer, four students reached a significant milestone by earning their High School diplomas, marking an extraordinary journey of perseverance and dedication. The Saugerties Central School District is delighted to spotlight two of its summer school participants.
We are thrilled to announce a County-wide presentation on drug addiction and prevention, specially organized for Grade 9 students, taking place on Monday, October 2, at SUNY Ulster. This educational event is proudly sponsored by the RYAN House, a Saugerties-based organization dedicated to raising awareness about narcotics and providing support for those battling addiction.
Exciting News! Saugerties High School Business Department Receives Department of the Year Award from BTANYS!