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  1. MaryAnn Carr sails to victory in Bedford board race

  2. Language lab, support program among KLSD budget additions

  3. Wanted: new members for Pound Ridge town pool

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Avoiding water woes

Is access to clean water a basic human right? In the wake of the months-long water crisis in Flint, Michigan, and similar problems in many other municipalities around the country, some activist groups are pressing that argument, likening mismanagement of local water resources to a criminal act. It’s hardly a new position.

In 2010, the United Nations passed a resolution, approved by 121 countries, declaring “safe and clean drinking water” an international human right. But in 2016, one doesn’t have to look very far to find compromised or failing water systems.

The news is filled with such reports, from drinking fountains in the Newark, New Jersey, schools, where aging infrastructure is causing lead to seep into the pipes, to private wells in North Bennington, Vermont, where chemical contamination in the drinking water has been traced to a factory that shut down more than a decade ago, a lingering health problem that state officials were slow to acknowledge and address.

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PRES: Young scientific minds at work

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3rd grader Jack Cristiano loads marbles into his marble sorting machine at the PRES Science Fair last Wednesday evening.

 

The Pound Ridge Elementary School Science Fair was buzzing Wednesday. In fact, it has become such a popular event that it needed space in both the cafeteria and gym to show all of the students’ scientific exhibits.

The fair has become a major school event since Stacey Cleveland became PTA chairwoman. She brought back the fair three years ago after it had been dormant for about 10 years. Ms. Cleveland is a scientist of sorts herself — a physician’s assistant qualified to work in an emergency room.

The fair has grown each year. In 2013, only 12 students exhibited at the fair. Over the next two years, the number of participants jumped to 40 and then to 62.

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Ready, set, scramble!

Three year-old Mason Borstelmann loading up his turtle “basket” at the annual Egg Scramble at Pound Ridge Elementary School on March 12.

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