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Educational celebration

Brown School hits 120

Mission solid through changes of site, staff

Michael DiCocco, left, and his wife Brown School Spanish teacher Monica DiCocco, talk with Tina Versaci at the Brown School Gala at the River Stone Manor in Glenville Saturday.
Photographer: Peter R. Barber
Michael DiCocco, left, and his wife Brown School Spanish teacher Monica DiCocco, talk with Tina Versaci at the Brown School Gala at the River Stone Manor in Glenville Saturday.
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Brown School has experienced a lot in its 120 years. It’s expanded and shrunk and expanded once, twice, three times more. It’s moved from downtown Schenectady to Rugby Road to Van Antwerp back to Rugby and to its current home on Corlaer Avenue. Through all the changes, its core mission has stayed the same: To promote lifelong learning in an atmosphere of acceptance and experimentation. “We’ve done it all,” said Head of School Patti Vitale. ...


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