Oswego County BOCES students enrolled in the New Vision Allied Health program recently showcased their diabetes knowledge by developing a website and creating informational literature about the disease. Continue reading
Several dozen high school students will gather July 7 to 11 at SUNY Oswego to learn about robots from the college’s engineering faculty. Continue reading
Second-graders from Lanigan Elementary School studied plants and animals in their natural habitat during a recent field trip to Beaver Lake Nature Center.
The students were given guided and self-guided tours of the trails and displays in the center. They were able to spot a wide variety of animals, insects, reptiles and more during their day-long trip and enjoyed the many signposts detailing unique natural wonders along the trails and at the water’s edge.
Submitted by Oswego County BOCES
Fulton schools’ character trait for May was effort.
Students at Granby Elementary School, selected at best representing that character trait, were treated to a special breakfast with Principal Heather Perry. Continue reading
The Makes Sense Shop, located in the business district in Pulaski, is an interesting mix of life-skills teaching and job-training program for students with special needs.
The students are central to running a combined gift shop, café and used book store. Continue reading
Granby Elementary School students put away their history books for a firsthand account of life during World War II.
Holocaust survivor and author Marion Blumenthal Lazan spoke to fifth- and sixth-grade students at the school about life as a Jewish person in Nazi Germany. Continue reading