Daily Archives: May 4, 2020

Literacy Volunteers of Sullivan County
Literacy Volunteers of Sullivan County offer a wide range of services, from classes to an affordable bookstore, and they aren’t stopping during the pandemic. In a May 1 interview with WJFF’s Jason Dole, Executive Director Angela Dutcher explains what they’re doing, with classes for English as a second language, high […]

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The Forestburgh Playhouse
After cancelling their mainstage summer season, The Forestburgh Playhouse’s Producing Artistic Director, Franklin Trapp, told WJFF they’re still working hard on possible performances this year, and grateful for the community’s continued backing. “I’m humbled by the huge support that we’re getting,” he told Jason Dole, in an interview on May […]

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It’s official: on May 1, Governor Cuomo announced that all New York public schools and colleges will remain closed for the rest of the year. In this interview with WJFF’s Jason Dole, a rural upstate NY teacher explains what remote teaching is like and the challenges parents face. “If you’re […]

Listen: School Closings From a Teacher’s Perspective