May 6, 2004

Courier looks at youth

This week's Dryden Courier cover stories look at what kids are doing in Dryden. There's an appreciative article on the Dryden High School a cappella group Beyond Measure's recent performance at Dryden Jazz Night. It also takes a look at the archery program at Klein's Archery, "the first program offered by the town's new recreation department that was run by a for-profit business."

There's also a report in Tricia Edgecomb's "Mind Over Matters" column about the "Bullying or Being Bullied" presentation Dr. James Garbarino gave to Dryden parents on April 13th. I especially like this quote from Superintendent Patricia Archambault:

"Character education is not a program; it's a way of life."

Garbarino apparently also spent March 30th talking to students at both the middle school and the high school, as well as giving a faculty workshop.

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