New York schoolchildren would learn about Lyme Disease under a bill before Governor  Andrew Cuomo.  Dutchess County Senator Sue Serino says legislation she sponsored would require state health, education and environmental officials to collaborate on developing age-appropriate materials to teach students how to prevent the tick-borne disease. The Senate and Assembly passed the bill last week. Serino says the legislation is needed because children are vulnerable to contracting Lyme and other tick-borne diseases but may not know how to identify a tick or what to do if they find one.