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Natalia Baage-Lord

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Natalia Baage-Lord is the Public Relations Specialist for the Valhalla Union Free School District and the Greenburgh Central School District. She has a decade of experience as a newspaper reporter and editor in Westchester County, and has extensive knowledge of social media, feature writing and online publications. She is originally from Belgium, and earned her Master's degree from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism.

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  1. Valhalla Students Hear Bedtime Stories, Wear Pajamas, At School Event

    Valhalla Students Hear Bedtime Stories, Wear Pajamas, At School Event

    VALHALLA, N.Y. -- Laying on the floor in their pajamas, Virginia Road Elementary School students in the Valhalla Union Free School District listened to author LuAnn Adams read books aloud. On Nov. 13, VRES students and their parents returned to school in the evening for the "Bedtime Stories" event. All of the children -- and even some parents, donned comfy clothing, bathrobes ...

  2. Valhalla High School Students Receive Sports Honors

    Valhalla High School Students Receive Sports Honors

    VALHALLA, N.Y. -- Congratulations to our sports teams for a great fall 2015 season.Many of our student-athletes were recognized with All-Section and All-League honors. The team coaches and the Valhalla community are proud of the students’ accomplishments throughout the season and look forward to next fall. Here are the names of the athletes who have received honors: All-League and ...

  3. Valhalla School District Hosts Monster Bash

    Valhalla School District Hosts Monster Bash

    VALHALLA, N.Y. -- The Valhalla School District hosted a Monster Bash earlier this month.Kids at the Kensico School celebration came to the gymnasium dressed as superheroes, cheerleaders, cheeseheads and more.

  4. Valhalla Seventh-Graders Travel Back To Colonial Period

    Valhalla Seventh-Graders Travel Back To Colonial Period

    SLEEPY HOLLOW, N.Y. -- Seventh-grade students at Valhalla Middle School were transported back to the Colonial Era on their recent visit to Philipsburg Manor in Sleepy Hollow.To further enrich their unit on Colonial America, the social studies classes visited the historic house and estate based in Sleepy Hollow. The trip’s main goal was for the students to learn how people lived in New ...

  5. Astorino Visits Kensico Elementary School In Valhalla

    Astorino Visits Kensico Elementary School In Valhalla

    VALHALLA, N.Y. – Westchester County Executive Rob Astorino visited Kensico Elementary School in Valhalla for a special assembly for students A group of fourth graders from the school visited Albany earlier this month, and after Astorino met with them, teacher Sharon Kleinbaum and principal Matt Curran asked if he would be willing to visit the school to help deepen the students' ...

  6. Partners Program Plays Around At Pumpkin Party

    Partners Program Plays Around At Pumpkin Party

    VALHALLA, N.Y. -- Valhalla Middle School's Partners Program participated in its first-ever Pumpkin Extravaganza Oct. 23. Teams of students and staff carved pumpkins, ate Halloween treats and discussed school and hobbies throughout the afternoon gathering. The pumpkins were painted, lit from within using cell phone flashlights and judged by Assistant Principal Kevin McLeod.Art teacher ...

  7. 100-Year-Old Valhalla School Volunteer Receives Lifetime Achievement Award

    100-Year-Old Valhalla School Volunteer Receives Lifetime Achievement Award

    VALHALLA, N.Y. -- Lillian Spiegler, a 100-year-old volunteer, was recognized with a special honor from the Valhalla Board of Education for her years of dedication to the district. Spiegler was honored Oct. 20 with a Lifetime Achievement Award for nearly 15 years of volunteering at Virginia Road Elementary School. The special occasion was part of the Valhalla Volunteer Service Award ...

  8. Valhalla Boys Soccer Team Wins League Championship, Continues To Sectionals

    Valhalla Boys Soccer Team Wins League Championship, Continues To Sectionals

    VALHALLA, N.Y. -- Congratulations to the Valhalla High School boys varsity soccer team for winning the League Championship for the second year in a row. The team capped off a remarkable 2015 fall season with a win over Westlake High School in mid-October. Valhalla finished the year as the third-ranked team in New York State, boasting a record of 14 wins with one loss and one tie . The ...

  9. Valhalla PTA Honors School Board Members

    Valhalla PTA Honors School Board Members

    MOUNT PLEASANT, N.Y. -- Valhalla school district staff, administration, and members of the PTA thanked the members of the Valhalla Board of Education for their dedication.The seven Board members are all volunteers who are elected for a three-year term.“The district is really fortunate to have a group like you who are really committed to the students,” said Steve Reich, president of the ...

  10. Fathers Turn Out In Droves For Students In Valhalla

    Fathers Turn Out In Droves For Students In Valhalla

    VALHALLA, N.Y. -- More than 200 fathers and male family members attended Dads Take Your Child to School Day. “I’m blown away by how many people showed up,” said Matt Curran, principal of Kensico School. “This is a really great turnout. It shows how special our families are in the community.For the first ever Dads Take Your Child to School Day on Sept. 22, Valhalla's Virginia Road School ...

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