Category Archives: Fulton News

Local students achieve honors, degrees at colleges, universities

Union College – Evan States, of Phoenix, graduated with a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering.

Clarkson University – Will attend this fall, Nicholas Robert Baxter of Central Square, a mechanical engineering major, who previously attended SUNY Canton; Dana L. Rowe of Mexico, a civil engineering major, who previously attended SUNY Potsdam.

Buena Vista University – Alyssa Stout, of Pulaski, graduated cum laude with a bachelor’s degree in athletic training and exercise science.  Continue reading

Longley Brothers honored by Chrysler

Members of the Longley family at Longley Bros. Inc. in Fulton, N.Y., pictured above, received a 50-year award for Dodge from Chrysler Group’s Northeast Business Center. Pictured seated, from left, are founders Harold Longley and Earl Longley. Pictured standing, from left, are John Longley; Gene Longley, general manager; Dennis Longley, dealer principal; and Doug Longley, sales manager.
Members of the Longley family at Longley Bros. Inc. in Fulton, N.Y., pictured above, received a 50-year award for Dodge from Chrysler Group’s Northeast Business Center. Pictured seated, from left, are founders Harold Longley and Earl Longley. Pictured standing, from left, are John Longley; Gene Longley, general manager; Dennis Longley, dealer principal; and Doug Longley, sales manager.

Granby fourth-graders end year with fiesta

Students in first-year teacher Danielle Bovay’s class at Granby Elementary in Fulton recently celebrated the end of the year with a fiesta themed party. The fourth-graders and their families enjoyed Mexican food, dancing and spent time looking over portfolios that showcased student work. Bovay gifted a polished stone to every student in her class, picking each one carefully to fit his or her personality. Pictured from left are Breanna Ouderick, Zachary Ouderick, Hailie Hotaling, Jillian Crandall, Bovay, Justin Blake and Anthony Velez. In front are: Ethan Bardin, Jaden Harrington, Landen Oakley and Monica Schuyler.
Students in first-year teacher Danielle Bovay’s class at Granby Elementary in Fulton recently celebrated the end of the year with a fiesta themed party. The fourth-graders and their families enjoyed Mexican food, dancing and spent time looking over portfolios that showcased student work. Bovay gifted a polished stone to every student in her class, picking each one carefully to fit his or her personality. Pictured from left are Breanna Ouderick, Zachary Ouderick, Hailie Hotaling, Jillian Crandall, Bovay, Justin Blake and Anthony Velez. In front are: Ethan Bardin, Jaden Harrington, Landen Oakley and Monica Schuyler.

Bodley students present research

Bodley senior Tevin Simard removes macro invertebrates from a water sample he tests as part of a research project. He and his lab partner, MacKenzie Grow, presented their findings recently at an annual environmental summit in Syracuse.

Bodley senior Tevin Simard removes macro invertebrates from a water sample he tests as part of a research project. He and his lab partner, MacKenzie Grow, presented their findings recently at an annual environmental summit in Syracuse.

Submitted by Oswego County BOCES

Eleven students from G. Ray Bodley High School in Fulton used the knowledge acquired in Dan Mainville’s global environment course as part of their research for a recent environmental summit sponsored by SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry. Continue reading

Parents find out how their children complete those math problems

Fulton City School District instructional math coach Lynnette DePoint (left) reviews array and area models with parents Elizabeth Thompson and Toby McCleery, who have a first-grader in the district.
Fulton City School District instructional math coach Lynnette DePoint (left) reviews array and area models with parents Elizabeth Thompson and Toby McCleery, who have a first-grader in the district.

Submitted by Oswego County BOCES

The Fulton school district recently hosted an information night to help parents better understand the math curriculum and strategies implemented as part of the Common Core. Continue reading