Category Archives: Fulton News

Volney 1st graders in Reader’s Theater

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Library Media Specialist Sarah Fay is pictured with Volney’s Reader’s Theater group following their recent performance at the school. Front from left are Colton Norton, Shana Zupancic, Cassie Clarke and Grace Parry. Back are Hayden Bogart, Ava Pelky, Fay, Carter Zimmerman and Audrey White.

Submitted by Oswego County BOCES

Eight talented first-grade students starred in a Reader’s Theater production during a recent character education assembly held at Volney Elementary School. Continue reading

Volney Elementary students cited for being role models

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Volney monthly Classroom Role Models are, front from left: Mikaylee Vail, Nathanial Casler-West, Shana Zupancic, Ava Pelky, Kelly Hayden, Olivia Ruzekowicz, Teddy Pederson and Ashley Taplin. Middle: Elena Ruzekowicz, Zach Watkins, Trinity Valentin-Fragale, Ethan Frank, Durbin Dygert, Deven Searor and Naomi Roberts. Back: Dominic Abbott, Alex Hollenbeck, Angel Ortiz, Brittney Baum, Brayden Howard and Jason Riebel. Missing from the photo is Destiny Newton.
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The Volney Elementary monthly On a Roll students are, front from left: Kendra Runge, Armando Vosseller, Adam Johnson, Audrey White, Jasmine Heywood, Nathan Hutchinson, Hailey Lischak, Anna Lund and Jesse Weber. Middle: Chris Clarke, Kameron Przychodzen, Lucas Learned, Dominick Mason, Ethan Jacobson and Destiny Miller. Back: Alex Knapp, Ethan Caruana, Sebastian Spann, Camran Andreotta, Autumn Kennedy and Joshua Barnum. Missing from the photo is Brandon Garner.

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Volney Elementary School students attended a special assembly to recognize positive behavior and those who are role models. Continue reading

Fairgrieve students meet expectations

Fairgrieve Elementary School recognized students during a special morning express ceremony for modeling the district’s behavioral expectations for the month of May. The Fulton City School District’s Behavioral Expectations are: Be Respectful, Be Responsible, Be Safe and Be A Problem Solver. Students were chosen for the awards by their classroom teachers and were presented with pencils and certificates. Pictured are students at Fairgrieve Elementary following a recent behavioral recognition ceremony. In back from left are Seth Bourlier, Adrianan Santizo, Samantha Perkins, Olivia Hawthorne, Sammantha McLoughlin, Bailey Reed and Patrick McInnis. Middle: April Regan, David Maglione Jr., Dakota Cook, Ryan Carroll, Skyy Smith, Ciara Dillingham and Kaiden Jardin. Front: Emilee Dorgan, Abigail Renner, Ciara Price, Micah Collins, Abby Miner, Aden Bentley and Jai Seymour. Missing are Caleb Dickens and Vera Butchko.
Fairgrieve Elementary School recognized students during a special morning express ceremony for modeling the district’s behavioral expectations for the month of May. The Fulton City School District’s Behavioral Expectations are: Be Respectful, Be Responsible, Be Safe and Be A Problem Solver. Students were chosen for the awards by their classroom teachers and were presented with pencils and certificates. Pictured are students at Fairgrieve Elementary following a recent behavioral recognition ceremony. In back from left are Seth Bourlier, Adrianan Santizo, Samantha Perkins, Olivia Hawthorne, Sammantha McLoughlin, Bailey Reed and Patrick McInnis. Middle: April Regan, David Maglione Jr., Dakota Cook, Ryan Carroll, Skyy Smith, Ciara Dillingham and Kaiden Jardin. Front: Emilee Dorgan, Abigail Renner, Ciara Price, Micah Collins, Abby Miner, Aden Bentley and Jai Seymour. Missing are Caleb Dickens and Vera Butchko.

Bodley students receive awards

The 2014 recipients of the Math Club Award were Jordyn Stone, Maureen McCann and Paige Havener. Stone, McCann and Havener are math club champions, their team, Tan 90 placed first in this year’s competition. Stone also placed first in the single category.
The 2014 recipients of the Math Club Award were Jordyn Stone, Maureen McCann and Paige Havener. Stone, McCann and Havener are math club champions, their team, Tan 90 placed first in this year’s competition. Stone also placed first in the single category.

G. Ray Bodley students Michael Holcomb, MaKenna Cealie, Megan Nicholson and Caleb Almeter were presented with thea President’s Award for Educational Excellence at the 32nd annual Academic Awards Night held at the school on June 2.
G. Ray Bodley students Michael Holcomb, MaKenna Cealie, Megan Nicholson and Caleb Almeter were presented with thea President’s Award for Educational Excellence at the 32nd annual Academic Awards Night held at the school on June 2.

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The 32nd Annual Academic Awards Night was held June 2 at G. Ray Bodley High School. Continue reading

Waldby interns at Chirello agency

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Kristin Waldby, a junior communication and sociology double major at the University at Buffalo,  has joined Steve Chirello Advertising this summer as an intern.

Waldby, of Phoenix, will work on market research, various publicity and news writing, and advertising and television production for clients in retail, service, financial and educational fields, Chirello said.  Continue reading

Fulton Rotary learns about workforce program

Fulton Rotary Club member, Steve Osborne, right, introduced Chad Whelsky from Workforce New York, at a recent Rotary Club meeting. Whelsky said the purpose of  Workforce New York is to put people to work and keep them in Oswego County. They try to tailor training to what companies in Oswego County need. They train the unemployed, the underemployed and those not happy in their line of work. There are tax dollars available to local private businesses through grants. The tax incentives include people on assistance, veterans, ex-felons and the disabled. Whelsky reported that Workforce New York has many ideas and plans to get people employed. One of the techniques that works very well is the Mock Interview. Once an unemployed person has mastered the techniques of the interview, they are much more at ease when talking to a prospective employer about a job.
Fulton Rotary Club member, Steve Osborne, right, introduced Chad Whelsky from Workforce New York, at a recent Rotary Club meeting. Whelsky said the purpose of Workforce New York is to put people to work and keep them in Oswego County. They try to tailor training to what companies in Oswego County need. They train the unemployed, the underemployed and those not happy in their line of work. There are tax dollars available to local private businesses through grants. The tax incentives include people on assistance, veterans, ex-felons and the disabled. Whelsky reported that Workforce New York has many ideas and plans to get people employed. One of the techniques that works very well is the Mock Interview. Once an unemployed person has mastered the techniques of the interview, they are much more at ease when talking to a prospective employer about a job.