Lewisboro's HamletHub https://news.hamlethub.com/lewisboro Fri, 14 Aug 2020 04:37:24 -0400 HamletHub.com Circulation Clerk Position at Lewisboro Library https://news.hamlethub.com/lewisboro/life/2323-circulation-clerk-position-at-lewisboro-library2323-circulation-clerk-position-at-lewisboro-library https://news.hamlethub.com/lewisboro/life/2323-circulation-clerk-position-at-lewisboro-library2323-circulation-clerk-position-at-lewisboro-library

The Lewisboro Library is seeking a part-time circulation clerk for approximately 12 hours per week. In addition, 1 to 2 weekends per month are required.
 
Hours will increase in the summer months.
 
Hourly rate based on experience and qualifications.

Circulation desk duties include checking in and out library materials, registering library cards, accepting fines, shelving library materials, maintaining the hold shelf, maintaining our email recipient list, etc. Other clerical duties and projects as assigned.

Skills/Requirements:

  • Excellent customer service skills
  • Computer literate
  • Dependable
  • Attention to detail
  • Friendly team-player
  • Punctual
  • Knowledge of Evergreen circulation system a plus

Please send resume: Cindy Rubino, Library Director
Lewisboro Library
P.O. Box 477
15 Main Street
South Salem, New York 10590
(914) 875-9004
crubino@wlsmail.org

Click HERE for details.
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kerry@ducey.org (Lewisboro Library) Life Thu, 13 Aug 2020 13:31:25 -0400
Police find 2 deceased adults and a live infant in Lewisboro home https://news.hamlethub.com/lewisboro/publicsafety/2321-police-find-2-deceased-adults-and-a-live-infant-in-lewisboro-residence2321-police-find-2-deceased-adults-and-a-live-infant-in-lewisboro-residence https://news.hamlethub.com/lewisboro/publicsafety/2321-police-find-2-deceased-adults-and-a-live-infant-in-lewisboro-residence2321-police-find-2-deceased-adults-and-a-live-infant-in-lewisboro-residence

Police in Lewisboro, NY located the bodies of two adults during a welfare check at a Lewisboro residence late Tuesday evening according to the New York State Police in Somers.

The cause of death for the two adults is currently under investigation at this time, however Police said there does not seem to be any foul play or suspicious activity involved. 

An infant was also found alive at the residence and was taken to Westchester County Medical Center for evaluation.

New York State Senator Pete Harckham issued the following statement today in reaction to the news.

"This unspeakable tragedy, as reported, is a sad and stark reminder that we are still in the midst of a profound opioid crisis," Harckham said. "We need to end the stigma of substance use disorder—now!—and let everyone know there is help out there, where they can feel safe and get treatment."  

Harckham is the current Chair of the NY State Senate Committee on Alcoholism and Substance Abuse

The incident is currently under investigation. 

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commandercarey@gmail.com (Peter Carey) Public safety Thu, 13 Aug 2020 06:59:26 -0400
Recess PlayWorks partners with The Ridgefield Playhouse for a much needed break for adults! https://news.hamlethub.com/lewisboro/life/2322-the-ridgefield-playhouse2322-the-ridgefield-playhouse https://news.hamlethub.com/lewisboro/life/2322-the-ridgefield-playhouse2322-the-ridgefield-playhouse

Many local homes have been without power for the past week leaving parents to try to entertain their kids.  Now that power has been restored - it’s time for the adults to take a break!  The Ridgefield Playhouse and Recess PlayWorks have partnered to help you plan the perfect date night this Saturday, August 15!  

Come see Grace Potter with a socially-distanced concert at  Ridgefield’s Ballard Park with shows at 4pm and 8pm!  While you’re enjoying the concert, Recess PlayWorks is offering a fun experience for your kids!  Drop them off for a socially distanced 2-hour art class and let them explore their creative side and spark their imagination!  Spin Magazine calls Grace Potter “one of the greatest living voices in rock today.”  When you order tickets upgrade to VIP tickets or add the perfect concession package to your order!  Sip wine or crack open a cold beer and enjoy some snacks! The concession packages even includes hand sanitizer!  

For more info on Recess PlayWorks visit their website:https://www.recessplayworks.com/products/date-night

For tickets to Grace Potter’s 4pm and 8pm shows call The Ridgefield Playhouse box office at 203.438.5795 or go online at www.ridgefieldplayhouse.org

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kerry@ducey.org (The Ridgefield Playhouse) Life Wed, 12 Aug 2020 11:43:36 -0400
Lewisboro Library is OPEN for Borrowing Sessions and Curbside! https://news.hamlethub.com/lewisboro/places/2320-lewisboro-library-is-open-for-borrowing-sessions-and-curbside2320-lewisboro-library-is-open-for-borrowing-sessions-and-curbside https://news.hamlethub.com/lewisboro/places/2320-lewisboro-library-is-open-for-borrowing-sessions-and-curbside2320-lewisboro-library-is-open-for-borrowing-sessions-and-curbside

The Library is open today from 10:30am to 4:30 pm for Browsing Sessions and 10:30 am to 4 pm for Curbside Pickup.

Please call 894-9005 to arrange appointments for browsing or pickup.
 
Curbside Pickup will be in the foyer of the townhouse side of the building, until we can arrange for another tent.
 
We will have more information on public computer availability soon, depending on the state of our library network.
 
For Details on Browsing Sessions, Curbside Pickup and Hours, please Click HERE.
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kerry@ducey.org (Lewisboro Library) Places Fri, 07 Aug 2020 06:15:24 -0400
Town of Lewisboro Storm Recovery: Ice and Water Distribution, Charging Stations, WiFi Available https://news.hamlethub.com/lewisboro/life/2319-town-of-lewisboro-storm-recovery-ice-and-water-distribution-charging-stations-wifi-available2319-town-of-lewisboro-storm-recovery-ice-and-water-distribution-charging-stations-wifi-available https://news.hamlethub.com/lewisboro/life/2319-town-of-lewisboro-storm-recovery-ice-and-water-distribution-charging-stations-wifi-available2319-town-of-lewisboro-storm-recovery-ice-and-water-distribution-charging-stations-wifi-available

The Town has set up charging stations/tables on the lawn between the Town House and the Library. Wear a mask and practice social distancing. WiFi also available. Wifi ID is "ONATRU" passcode "lewisboro".

Ice and water distribution will take place at the Town House tomorrow, August 7th, from 10:00 AM-NOON. Charging stations will be available from 8AM-3:30PM in between the Lewisboro Library and the Town House.

Please check here for updates on restoration times for your street address.

*Image courtesy Town of Lewisboro Facebook Page.

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kerry@ducey.org (Town of Lewisboro) Life Thu, 06 Aug 2020 14:03:12 -0400
Lewisboro Town Offices, Parks & Rec Close Early Due to Tropical Storm, Update from Peter Parsons https://news.hamlethub.com/lewisboro/life/2318-lewisboro-town-offices-parks-rec-close-early-due-to-tropical-storm-update-from-peter-parsons2318-lewisboro-town-offices-parks-rec-close-early-due-to-tropical-storm-update-from-peter-parsons https://news.hamlethub.com/lewisboro/life/2318-lewisboro-town-offices-parks-rec-close-early-due-to-tropical-storm-update-from-peter-parsons2318-lewisboro-town-offices-parks-rec-close-early-due-to-tropical-storm-update-from-peter-parsons

The Town of Lewisboro Supervisor Peter Parsons announced today that due to Tropical Storm Isaias, town offices will be closed at 12:30 today and all Parks and Rec programming and facilities are closed. Please stay safe and inside!
 
Parsons provided this update regarding Tropical Storm Isaias
 
It is dangerous to drive over downed wired or under learning trees over the roads. Please watch out for the crews working on clearing the roads. 
 
Tropical Storm Isaias will impact Lewisboro with heavy rains and 30-40 mph winds gusting to 60 mph.  There is potential for falling trees and tree branches which may take out power as we saw last Thursday when there was a microburst of wind in Pound Ridge which took out power to 50% of Pound Ridge and around 1,100 NYSEG customers in the South Salem area of Lewisboro.  That microburst caused significant damage including damage to 6 utility poles. 
 
NYSEG has brought in additional crews/resources into the Brewster Division and later this morning will be staging (pre-deploying) crews/resources throughout the Brewster Division. The Town of Lewisboro has allowed and encouraged NYSEG to use the Lewisboro Town Park for staging. Lewisboro's Highway Department will be available all night to remove trees when no electric wires are involved.  Westchester County have activated their emergency operations/command centers and NYS has pre-positioned/deployed personnel/resources/assets into the region.
 
To report a power outage please call 1-800-572-1131.  You can view outage information and restoration times here: https://www.nyseg.com/wps/portal/nyseg/outages/reportorviewoutage/viewoutagelist
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kerry@ducey.org (HH) Life Tue, 04 Aug 2020 08:22:16 -0400
Upcoming Westchester County Mobile Food Pantries https://news.hamlethub.com/lewisboro/charities/2317-upcoming-westchester-county-mobile-food-pantries2317-upcoming-westchester-county-mobile-food-pantries https://news.hamlethub.com/lewisboro/charities/2317-upcoming-westchester-county-mobile-food-pantries2317-upcoming-westchester-county-mobile-food-pantries

Please see below for a list of upcoming mobile food pantries. This resource is available to all Westchester County residents. 

Tuesday, July 28, 2020, 3:30 PM- 5:30 PM @ Peekskill-Cortlandt 7th Day Adventist Church, 123 Oregon Road, Cortlandt Manor
 
Wednesday, July 29, 2020 11:00 AM 2:00 PM @ Jefferson Valley Mall 650 Lee Blvd. Yorktown Heights
 
Wednesday, July 29, 2020 12:30 PM 2:30 PM @ Ossining Church FP @ Star of Bethlehem Church 304 Spring Street Ossining

 

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kerry@ducey.org (Westchester County) Charities Mon, 27 Jul 2020 15:14:28 -0400
Ridgefield Academy and Landmark Preschool Plan for On Campus Opening https://news.hamlethub.com/lewisboro/places/2316-ridgefield-academy-and-landmark-preschool-plan-for-on-campus-opening2316-ridgefield-academy-and-landmark-preschool-plan-for-on-campus-opening https://news.hamlethub.com/lewisboro/places/2316-ridgefield-academy-and-landmark-preschool-plan-for-on-campus-opening2316-ridgefield-academy-and-landmark-preschool-plan-for-on-campus-opening

Students of Ridgefield Academy (RA) and Landmark Preschool (LPS) will be pleased to know that their teachers and other members of the school community are looking forward to their return to campus on September 1. After months of planning and consultation with health professionals, RA/LPS has released its “Roadmap to Reopening” plan that offers multiple learning scenarios for the year. Most significantly, this plan offers choice, something that many other local schools may struggle to provide. 

Head of School Tom Main comments, “Where your child attends school this fall is now more important than it has ever been before. We have created options for families to make certain that all students will be able to safely engage with our teachers and their classmates - whether they are learning on campus or from home. To that end, the school made a significant investment in technology to allow students to engage in parallel learning from home should they need to remain out of school or if a family wishes to keep their child out of school.

Parallel learning allows students who remain home for any number of reasons to still participate in their classes happening in real-time on campus through the use of classroom cameras and monitors. Students will have the opportunity to interact with their teachers and classmates, engage in discussions, and make presentations. The school’s quality connection between students and teachers that leads to powerful and authentic learning experiences will take place regardless of the participation path, offering a more positive and comprehensive learning experience and important student-teacher-class connection.

And, as a small, independent school with low teacher-student ratios and large classroom and outdoor spaces, grouping students in cohorts and obtaining safe social distancing will be much more easily accomplished here than many other schools. Ridgefield Academy’s scenic 42-acre campus is already undergoing additional outdoor classroom development to facilitate allowing students and teachers to bring their learning outside in nature. The school’s Landmark Preschool campus in Westport offers two large outdoor play spaces and the Landmark Bedford campus enjoys a beautiful slice of open land and a large 30x60 tent, and a large outdoor playground area.

Students in K - grade 8 will also use a new online lunch ordering system where they can select from up to 60 menu choices on a mobile device in their classroom and have their lunch of choice boxed and and ready for dining in either the cafeteria with plexiglass dividers on tables, in the classroom with social distancing, or outside on the school grounds.

Regardless of the learning environment, RA and Landmark students will continue to thrive academically and emotionally because the school's mission to celebrate childhood, pursue excellence, and cultivate kindness informs all that is done in our classrooms - on campus or virtually. Our comprehensive and intellectually inspiring curriculum ensures that students will be prepared for the next challenge, and our talented teachers create a forward-thinking, top-rate educational experience for their students that is rooted in a keen understanding of child development. 

To learn more about Ridgefield Academy (K-8) or Landmark Preschool (2 - 5yrs), contact Suter at dsuter@ridgefieldacademy.org or 203-894-1800 x112 or visit www.ridgefieldacademy.org or www.landmarkpreschool.org

 

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kerry@ducey.org (RA) Places Mon, 27 Jul 2020 08:48:09 -0400
College Admissions, the Holistic Review Process and Community Service in the time of COVID-19 https://news.hamlethub.com/lewisboro/events/2315-college-admissions-the-holistic-review-process-and-community-service-in-the-time-of-covid-192315-college-admissions-the-holistic-review-process-and-community-service-in-the-time-of-covid-19 https://news.hamlethub.com/lewisboro/events/2315-college-admissions-the-holistic-review-process-and-community-service-in-the-time-of-covid-192315-college-admissions-the-holistic-review-process-and-community-service-in-the-time-of-covid-19

College Admissions, the Holistic Review Process and Community Service in the time of COVID-19 on Wednesday, July 29th at 7:00 pm

Ron Feuchs and Jackie Tepper, partners at Stand Out For College, LLC, are giving an updated Zoom presentation hosted by the Lewisboro Library to help families understand how the college admissions landscape is changing due to COVID-19 and what impact it will have on rising Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors.

The college admissions situation is undergoing massive changes this year with many schools going test-optional. All the Ivies, Duke, UVA, Penn State, Ohio State and many other high profile colleges have announced that they are test-optional for this upcoming admissions cycle. (Princeton announced that it is test-optional and will not allow early applications this fall so the situation is fluid and changing daily.)

This means that admissions officers will give more weight to college essays, extracurricular activities, teacher recommendations and community service projects when they review applications as part of the holistic review process which will be explained.

This program covers how admissions officers are handling the current situation and how students can position themselves to develop a compelling narrative to stand out and increase their chances for admission.

Please RSVP to ron@standoutforcollege.com. You will receive a private invitation with a Zoom link in reply. There is no charge for this event.

 

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kerry@ducey.org (HH) Events Mon, 27 Jul 2020 05:33:54 -0400
HomeGoods in Ridgefield on the Horizon https://news.hamlethub.com/lewisboro/places/2314-homegoods-in-ridgefield-on-the-horizon2314-homegoods-in-ridgefield-on-the-horizon https://news.hamlethub.com/lewisboro/places/2314-homegoods-in-ridgefield-on-the-horizon2314-homegoods-in-ridgefield-on-the-horizon

It looks HomeGoods, the popular chain of discount home furnishing store, is headed to Copps Hill Common in Ridgefield. 

"We have executed a lease with HomeGoods to take approx 25,000 sqft of current Kohl's," said Jack deVilliers Vice President, Investments at Regency Centers, the owners of Ridgefield's Copps Hill Common shopping center. 

"We are extremely excited to be able to execute a lease with HomeGoods," de Villiers remarked. "It will certainly create a lot of foot traffic, not only for HomeGoods but for stores that are currently there [in the shopping center]," he added.

Last week, Ridgefield's Architectural Advisory committee asked for a few changes to the plans submitted, including additional brick on the facade that takes on a look similar to Kohl's. "We are trying to work with the existing structure as much as possible but there will be substantial modifications," said deVilliers.

HomeGoods, with a store less than ten miles from Ridgefield in neighboring Danbury, feels they are missing out on customers in the Ridgefield market as well as in communities to the south of Ridgefield, according to deVilliers. 

So what is the timeline? When can we expect to shop at HomeGoods in Ridgefield? "I can't say when they will open. They are hoping for 2021," said deVilliers who added that with the current health crisis, things could be delayed. "It could be 2022."

Kohl's will remain open to shoppers during the construction period, deVilliers said. He told us that Kohl's lease is expiring in 2021 and HomeGoods is working with them to figure out longterm plans. 

deVilliers said that once the architectural plans have been approved, the next hurdle will be the approval process for the addition of a loading dock for HomeGoods, similar to that of Kohl's.

According to Regency Centers website, the company owns 44 properties in Connecticut. deVilliers told us that several HomeGoods stores are part of their portfolio as well as Danbury Greens shopping center at 115 Mill Plain Road, home to Trader Joe's.

 

 

 

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kerry@ducey.org (HH) Places Mon, 20 Jul 2020 08:17:08 -0400
Lewisboro Library Cancels 60th Annual Fair https://news.hamlethub.com/lewisboro/events/2313-lewisboro-library-cancels-60th-annual-fair2313-lewisboro-library-cancels-60th-annual-fair https://news.hamlethub.com/lewisboro/events/2313-lewisboro-library-cancels-60th-annual-fair2313-lewisboro-library-cancels-60th-annual-fair

It is with great regret that Lewisoboro Library is announcing the cancellation of our 60th annual Lewisboro Library Fair which was planned for 9/12/2020 at Onatru Farm.
 
This decision was made out of an abundance of caution for the health and safety of our vendors, volunteers, and patrons during the Covid-19 pandemic.
 
PLEASE DO NOT leave used books, toys or Attic Treasures at Onatru or at the Library. They cannot be stored and will be discarded. There is no dumpster available so it would be a hardship for the Library to discard anything left at Onatru.
 
Library staff and Trustees are planning some fun Fall events that can be conducted with social distancing and will still provide enjoyment for our community.
 
Stay tuned for more information!
 
Visit Lewisboro Library online here.
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kerry@ducey.org (Lewisboro Library) Events Thu, 16 Jul 2020 13:39:53 -0400
LIVE Music and Comedy are Back at The Ridgefield Playhouse https://news.hamlethub.com/lewisboro/events/2310-live-music-and-comedy-are-back-at-the-ridgefield-playhouse2310-live-music-and-comedy-are-back-at-the-ridgefield-playhouse https://news.hamlethub.com/lewisboro/events/2310-live-music-and-comedy-are-back-at-the-ridgefield-playhouse2310-live-music-and-comedy-are-back-at-the-ridgefield-playhouse

Reserve your seat now for the first LIVE performances at  The Ridgefield Playhouse since the pandemic began. Come and enjoy LIVE entertainment once again in a safe and socially distanced setting! These shows will take place outside at The Playhouse.

Keep it "contactless" by purchasing tickets in advance online, and your concessions/bar order via our mobile site. Your order will be ready and waiting for you when you get here! ridgefieldplayhouse.ordernext.com
SATURDAY, JULY 25 AT 7PM
Sponsored by Teed & Brown

Additional support from Tony Goldwyn & Jane Musky and Frank Selvaggi & Bill Shea

Don't miss a night of music and comedy – our first live show since early March will be outdoors – with 2019 “American Idol” finalist Jeremiah Lloyd Harmon and comedian Christine O’Leary. The outdoor concert, will take place on the field adjacent to The Playhouse, with seating under a tent. Harmon and O’Leary will be reuniting after performing at a star-studded gala event in New York City last year.

Bandsintown Emerging Artist Series | Doyle Coffin Architecture Singer Songwriter Series | Barts Tree Service Comedy Series

With Support from Freixenet Prosecco


 

Don't miss the finale to Christine O’Leary’s Stand Up Comedy Workshop here at The Playhouse. STARRING: Aly Teutemacher, Glenn Smith, Melissa Tomey-Streeto, Perry Brown, Chris Greene, Holly Teutemacher, Dave Tarpey, Rebecca Berman, Trey Donoghue, Trish Gernert, Patti D’Agostino, Shaena Mcpadden, & Julia Bruce. The brave, funny, and fabulous students will perform their comedy set that they developed over the 8-week long program.

Barts Tree Service Comedy Series


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kerry@ducey.org (The Ridgefield Playhouse) Events Tue, 14 Jul 2020 09:24:03 -0400
Statement from New York State Fair Director concerning cancellation of this years Fair https://news.hamlethub.com/lewisboro/life/2311-statement-from-new-york-state-fair-director-concerning-cancellation-of-this-years-fair2311-statement-from-new-york-state-fair-director-concerning-cancellation-of-this-years-fair https://news.hamlethub.com/lewisboro/life/2311-statement-from-new-york-state-fair-director-concerning-cancellation-of-this-years-fair2311-statement-from-new-york-state-fair-director-concerning-cancellation-of-this-years-fair

On July 6th, Governor Cuomo announced that the 2020 Great New York State Fair would be canceled to ensure the health and safety of New Yorkers and all fairgoers. This is the second time in the Fair’s long history that it has been necessary to cancel the State Fair: the first was during World War II, and today in 2020, due to the Coronavirus pandemic. In both cases, the cause was just and proper: to protect people.
 
We are proud to put on the Great New York State Fair and provide a showcase for the best of New York agriculture, but our number one concern is always the health and safety of our fairgoers, vendors and staff.
 
Those who bought tickets for this year’s Fair during our special sale will be able to use them next year or get refunds, with details to come on that. Last year’s purchased tickets that would have been honored this year will be honored in 2021. Vendors who sent in deposits will receive full refunds.
 
We dearly wish we could hold the Fair this year and know that one day soon we will come out of the darkness. When we do, the things we enjoy and the people we love will be there. This is a difficult chapter in our history, but it is only one chapter and the next chapter will be our best ever. We will see you next August. Until then, stay safe and be strong.
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commandercarey@gmail.com (Troy Waffner, Director, NY State Fair) Life Tue, 14 Jul 2020 08:22:58 -0400
Katonah Museum of Art to Reopen on Sunday, July 26 https://news.hamlethub.com/lewisboro/places/2312-katonah-museum-of-art-to-reopen-on-sunday-july-262312-katonah-museum-of-art-to-reopen-on-sunday-july-26 https://news.hamlethub.com/lewisboro/places/2312-katonah-museum-of-art-to-reopen-on-sunday-july-262312-katonah-museum-of-art-to-reopen-on-sunday-july-26

We are excited to reopen the Museum to the general public on Sunday, July 26.

To plan your visit, please go to the Visit page on our website to purchase a required timed-entry ticket and secure your admission to see Bisa Butler: Portraits, now on extended view through October 4. Admission to the Katonah Museum of Art is by advance reservation, with timed ticketing to ensure the comfort and safety of visitors and staff.
 
The KMA is also happy to welcome families back to the Museum's Learning Center. Timed tickets for the Learning Center will be available to small family groups (no more than four people) and must be reserved for the same time slot as your main Museum admission. Additional details are available here.
 
Tickets will be sold one month at a time for the foreseeable future. Tuesdays through Saturdays from 10:00 – 11:15 AM and Sundays from 12:00 – 1:00 PM are reserved exclusively for populations at risk. Thank you for your support of the Katonah Museum of Art.
 
Purchase tickets HERE.
 
Please note that we cannot register over the phone as there are documents to comply with COVID-19 regulations that must be completed online.
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kerry@ducey.org (KMA) Places Tue, 14 Jul 2020 07:34:33 -0400
Lewisboro Library Presents: College Admissions, the Holistic Review Process and Community Service in the time of COVID-19 https://news.hamlethub.com/lewisboro/events/2309-lewisboro-library-presents-college-admissions-the-holistic-review-process-and-community-service-in-the-time-of-covid-192309-lewisboro-library-presents-college-admissions-the-holistic-review-process-and-community-service-in-the-time-of-covid-19 https://news.hamlethub.com/lewisboro/events/2309-lewisboro-library-presents-college-admissions-the-holistic-review-process-and-community-service-in-the-time-of-covid-192309-lewisboro-library-presents-college-admissions-the-holistic-review-process-and-community-service-in-the-time-of-covid-19

College Admissions, the Holistic Review Process and Community Service in the time of COVID-19 on Wednesday, July 29th at 7:00 pm

Ron Feuchs and Jackie Tepper, partners at Stand Out For College, LLC, are giving an updated Zoom presentation hosted by the Lewisboro Library to help families understand how the college admissions landscape is changing due to COVID-19 and what impact it will have on rising Seniors, Juniors and Sophomores.

The college admissions situation is undergoing massive changes this year with many schools going test-optional. All the Ivies, Duke, UVA, Penn State, Ohio State and many other high profile colleges have announced that they are test-optional for this upcoming admissions cycle. (Princeton announced that it is test-optional and will not allow early applications this fall so the situation is fluid and changing daily.)

This means that admissions officers will give more weight to college essays, extracurricular activities, teacher recommendations and community service projects when they review applications as part of the holistic review process which will be explained.

This program covers how admissions officers are handling the current situation and how students can position themselves to develop a compelling narrative to stand out and increase their chances for admission.

Please RSVP to ron@standoutforcollege.com. You will receive a private invitation with a Zoom link in reply. There is no charge for this event.

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kerry@ducey.org (submitted) Events Mon, 13 Jul 2020 11:16:50 -0400