Oswego Health is once again offering free workshops for community members who want to better manage their chronic conditions.
The free, six-week program developed by Stanford University will be held from 9:30 a.m. to noon Tuesdays beginning July 15th in the conference room of the Fulton Medical Center. Continue reading
In this photo, assisting seniors at Fulton’s Towpath Towers complete the medication forms are from left, Tracie DeSantis and Niki Samuels, both of Menter Ambulance. The mediation forms were developed by the local ambulance company and Oswego Health.
Oswego Health and Menter Ambulance Service, along with Lifeline and the Oswego County Falls Prevention Coalition, recently teamed up to offer a safety program for Fulton seniors.
The program was held at senior living facilities, as well as during the senior lunch program at the Fulton Municipal Building. Continue reading
Students play tug-of-war. Shown are, left to right, second-graders Alyssa Sawyer, Ellie Parkhurst, Layne Osborn, Parker Ellis and Nathan Hutchinson of Rauri Downes’ class tugging with all their might to win against the opposing team.
Volney Elementary in the Fulton school district recently spent some fun time outdoors for Game Day, an annual event at the school that features a variety of fun outdoor activities for students to participate in.
Kindergartner Aubree Taber gets soaked by parent volunteer Melinda Wise following a water relay at Volney’s Game Day. Other activities included volleyball, jump rope and scooter races and parachute games.
The annual Oswego Middle School awards ceremony was conducted Friday, June 6 in the gymnasium.
Project Explore students at Oswego County BOCES are pictured above with the beehive boxes they handcrafted as part of a Project Based Learning (PBL) project. Pictured above, left to right, are: Project Explore Teacher Dave Proietti, Zach Bello, Trenton Baker, Cornell Cooperative Extension Agriculture Team Leader Jonathan Schell, Remelo Cason, Richard Norris, and Dalton Sushereba. The students crafted 12 boxes and then donated a portion of them to Cornell Cooperative Extension for local farmers and growers.
Submitted by Oswego County BOCES
Project Explore students at Oswego County BOCES have been busy as bees completing a Project Based Learning initiative to benefit honeybees and local agriculture.