Giving Tuxedo students better options


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The future of George F. Baker High School is a very important issue for the success of our children and our community.

As a former teacher I know how important it is for students to have the academic and social opportunities to explore options and be exposed to many choices.

It is the best way for our teenagers to grow into mature adults and find their place in the world.

Giving our Tuxedo students a choice to attend Suffern High School, Ramsey High School or Northern Highlands Regional High School would be the best way to accomplish these goals.

These high schools have larger student populations and offer many more options than the George F. Baker High School.

Let’s give our young adults wings to fly.

Harriet Spevack

Tuxedo Park




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