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Wayne Central Middle School honors exceptional 7th graders

Wayne Central Middle School honors exceptional 7th graders
Wayne Central Middle School celebrated its 7th graders' academic and personal achievements on March 7 and 8, thanks to the Parent Teacher Organization's sponsored Commended Breakfast. The event recognized students who achieved High Honor Roll, ... more
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Watkins Glen schools to close on Solar Eclipse Day amid traffic concerns

Watkins Glen schools to close on Solar Eclipse Day amid traffic concerns
The Watkins Glen School Board announced a decision to cancel classes on April 8, coinciding with a solar eclipse expected to attract heavy traffic to the area. Superintendent Kai D'Alleva cited concerns over potential traffic ... more
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Unlocking the Secrets to Affordable College Textbooks

Unlocking the Secrets to Affordable College Textbooks
College life could be both interesting and challenging, especially and mainly when the problem of expensive textbooks gets underway. We shall look into the compensatory measures that will curtail the costs without compromising the quality ... more
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Ontario County Youth Court invites students for spring training

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The Ontario County Youth Court is set to commence its annual spring training program, welcoming students in grades 7-12 to learn about the judicial process through a peer-led diversion program. Starting on April 10, the ... more
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Tickets available for ‘Adult Prom’ at South Seneca

Tickets available for ‘Adult Prom’ at South Seneca
South Seneca Student Government will be hosting an Adult Prom on Saturday, April 20, 2024 from 7 - 10 PM at the South Seneca Sportsman's Club. The event will help raise funds for our students ... more
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Macedon Library to host ‘citizen scientist’ event ahead of solar eclipse

Macedon Library to host ‘citizen scientist’ event ahead of solar eclipse
Get ready to become a NASA "citizen scientist" during the upcoming eclipse. The Macedon Library is hosting a special event on April 5 from 1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. Here, you'll learn how you can ... more
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Skaneateles welcomes new principal to elementary school

Task force aims at ensuring physical, emotional safety of students as they return to school this fall
JoAnna Schmeling, a dedicated employee of the Skaneateles Central School District, has been appointed as the new principal of Waterman Elementary School, effective July 1. Schmeling, who is transitioning from her role as the assistant ... more
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Odessa-Montour HS welcomes new principal

Odessa-Montour HS welcomes new principal
The Odessa-Montour Central School District has announced Kelsey Pinette as the new principal of its Junior/Senior High School, starting from June 1. With an impressive educational background that includes a bachelor’s degree from Ithaca College, ... more
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Scholarship honors Rev. Thomas Mull on milestone birthday

Scholarship honors Rev. Thomas Mull on milestone birthday
Reverend Thomas Mull of Our Lady of Peace Parish celebrated his 75th birthday on St. Patrick's Day with a special gift not for him, but for future generations. During an early birthday celebration at St ... more
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Odessa-Montour HS set to bring community “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown”

Odessa-Montour HS set to bring community "You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown"
Odessa-Montour High School students will take to the stage this weekend to perform the beloved Broadway musical "You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown." Shows are scheduled to be held in the school auditorium on Friday ... more
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Clyde-Savannah elementary students head to regional spelling bee

Clyde-Savannah elementary students head to regional spelling bee
In an impressive display of spelling prowess, two students from Clyde-Savannah Elementary School, sixth-grader Owen Liseno and fourth-grader Rembrandt Moore, have earned their spots to represent their school district at the regional spelling bee competition ... more
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Victor middle schooler advances in Civics Bee

Victor middle schooler advances in Civics Bee
In a notable achievement at the Rochester qualifier for the National Civics Bee, Brody Steward, a dedicated middle school student from Victor Central School District, secured first place. The event, organized by the Greater Rochester ... more
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Newark educator receives teacher of the year honor

Newark educator receives teacher of the year honor
Allison Trapasso, a dedicated physical education teacher at Newark High School, was recently celebrated as the Secondary Physical Education Teacher of the Year by the New York State Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and ... more
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Bloomfield drama club brings “The SpongeBob Musical” to life

Bloomfield drama club brings "The SpongeBob Musical" to life
The Bloomfield Drama Club staged a vibrant performance of "The SpongeBob Musical" at the Bloomfield Performing Arts Center, captivating audiences with shows at 7 p.m. on Friday, March 15, and at 2 p.m. and 7 ... more
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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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