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Thompson Health launches tuition scholarship for nursing students

Thompson Health launches tuition scholarship for nursing students
UR Medicine Thompson Health announced a new scholarship program for second-year nursing students, offering to cover a full year's tuition at Finger Lakes Community College (FLCC) in exchange for a commitment to work at the ... more
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What are boarding schools in Switzerland?

What are boarding schools in Switzerland?
Boarding schools in Switzerland are renowned for their high-quality education, multicultural environment, and emphasis on personal development and extracurricular activities. These institutions cater to students from all over the world, offering a diverse and inclusive ... more
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Wayne students shine at prestigious choral event in Rhode Island

Wayne students shine at prestigious choral event in Rhode Island
Three high school students from the Wayne Central School District, Courtney Buss, Zoë Cook, and Liam Keeney, were celebrated for their musical achievements as they performed at the esteemed American Choral Directors Association Eastern Division ... more
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“You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown” charms at Odessa-Montour High School

"You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown" charms at Odessa-Montour High School
Odessa-Montour High School's auditorium came alive as the students performed the beloved Broadway musical "You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown." The show ran on Friday and Saturday, March 15 and 16, at 7 p.m., and ... more
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Notary Law Exam Prep on March 14 at Alfred State led by Law Scholar Alfred Piombino

Notary Law Exam Prep on March 14 at Alfred State led by Law Scholar Alfred Piombino
Alfred E. Piombino will teach an in-person seminar at Alfred State College for those interested in becoming a New York State Notary Public. The seminar on Thursday, March 14, 2024 and runs from 9:00 a.m ... more
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Watkins Glen School Board accepts Athletic Director’s retirement

Watkins Glen graduation moved to Father’s Day after parents complain about schedule change
The Watkins Glen School District's School Board recently approved the retirement of Rod Weeden, a dedicated administrator serving as Athletic Director, Communications Director, and District Data Coordinator, effective August 15. Weeden, who began his journey ... more
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Thompson Health Guild scholarship deadline set for April 12

Police: Violent incident at F.F. Thompson Hospital leads to several charges against Rochester man
High school seniors in the Finger Lakes region with aspirations in healthcare have until April 12 to apply for the Thompson Health Guild Scholarship. This year, up to five students will be awarded $2,000 each ... more
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TALKING COLLEGE: With So Many Colleges Being Test-Optional, Do I Really Need to Bother Taking an SAT or ACT? (podcast)

LIVE AT 4 PM: With So Many Colleges Being Test-Optional, Do I Really Need to Bother Taking an SAT or ACT? (podcast)
Talking College with John Dragone returns to tackle one of the more recent developments in the college planning process. With many institutions moving to being test-optional, should the SAT or ACT tests be taken? John ... more
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Mary Porcari Brady Fund contributes $20K to FLCC

FLCC celebrates opening of $7.2M Sands Family Center for Allied Health at main campus
The Mary Porcari Brady Fund has contributed another $20,000 to the Finger Lakes Community College (FLCC) Foundation, marking its third donation to assist nursing students with unexpected financial burdens. Since its inception in 2022, the ... more
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“The Lightning Thief: The Percy Jackson Musical” lights up Pal-Mac stage

“The Lightning Thief: The Percy Jackson Musical” lights up Pal-Mac stage
The Pal-Mac High School Drama Club is set to enchant audiences with "The Lightning Thief: The Percy Jackson Musical," running from March 8 to March 10 at the Pal-Mac Performing Arts Center. This fantasy-themed musical ... more
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“Growing Hope” event to inspire careers in agriculture and address hunger

"Growing Hope" event to inspire careers in agriculture and address hunger
The Southern Cayuga Future Farmers of America (FFA) is set to launch their 2024 Growing Hope Globally project at an event scheduled for March 8, 2024, at the Cayuga-Onondaga BOCES. This initiative aims to shed ... more
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Newark school celebrates annual Valentine’s ball with community spirit

Newark school celebrates annual Valentine’s ball with community spirit
Lincoln School's annual Valentine’s Ball, held on February 10, once again brought together 115 students, their families, and friends for a night of festivity and fun. Dressed in semi-formal attire, attendees from Pre-K through second ... more
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Corning-Painted Post HS hosts robotics tournament

Corning-Painted Post HS hosts robotics tournament
Over twenty high school robotics teams gathered at Corning-Painted Post High School for the Corning Qualifying Robotics Tournament, vying for a spot in the regional championships of the FIRST Tech Challenge. Teams from across upstate ... more
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Clyde-Savannah HS students connect with Holocaust survivors’ descendants

Clyde-Savannah HS students connect with Holocaust survivors' descendants
In observance of International Holocaust Remembrance Day on January 27, Clyde-Savannah Senior High School's 10th-grade students had the unique opportunity to engage with descendants of Holocaust survivors through a Zoom session. This educational initiative was ... more
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Odessa-Montour school board supports cross country teams, bids farewell to principal

Odessa-Montour school board supports cross country teams, bids farewell to principal
The Odessa-Montour School Board has given the green light for the establishment of boys and girls cross country teams starting next fall, following the advocacy of 7th grader Lexi Strobel. Strobel, who previously ran as ... more
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Wayne Central students shine at county vocal music festival

Wayne Central students shine at county vocal music festival
Students from Wayne Central School District displayed their vocal talents at the 2024 Wayne All-County Junior and Senior High School Vocal Music Festival held on January 27 at Williamson High School. Under the direction of ... more
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Victor educator joins Geneva schools as principal

Victor educator joins Geneva schools as principal
Kyle Pecora, a Victor Central School District educator, has joined Geneva Middle School as the new assistant principal. Mr. Pecora replaces Nicole Campbell, who accepted a position as the district's new director of information technology and ... more
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Catholic schools in Canandaigua, Geneva, and Penn Yan celebrate honorary week

Catholic schools in Canandaigua, Geneva, and Penn Yan celebrate honorary week
In New York, the remaining three Catholic schools are observing Catholic Schools Week, a tradition that has significantly dwindled since the mid-1960s when there were Catholic elementary schools in Clyde, Seneca Falls, Waterloo, Newark, Penn ... more
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Waterloo CSD seeks community input for superintendent search

Waterloo CSD seeks community input for superintendent search
The Waterloo Central School District is inviting public participation in the selection of its next superintendent, with an online survey open until February 13. This initiative, led by search consultant Mike Ford, aims to gather ... more
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