Stakeholders from 33 school districts will converge on West Genesee High School in Camillus on Wednesday, March 12, to draw attention to the ongoing fiscal crisis facing public schools. Those attending also will develop a firm understanding of the key issues and learn how to be effective advocates for their children, schools and communities. The(…)
Fairgrieve Elementary School Principal Jean Ciesla recently recognized 118 students with Academic Excellence Awards. The students were nominated by their classroom teachers based on their academic standing and outstanding behavior and attitude in the classroom. The following kindergarten students received the Academic Excellence Award: Cayley Cunningham, William Duso, Benjamin Renfrew, Penelope Taylor, Julia Frataccia-Wavle, Casandra(…)
Submitted by Oswego County BOCES The 100th day of school is more than just a milestone worth noting – it’s the perfect time to have fun with the number 100. Robyn Yorker’s Blue Team at Oswego County BOCES Stepping Stones Day Program participated in 100-day activities that provided opportunities for the students to practice English (…)
Submitted by Oswego County BOCES Notable Hannibal High School alumni, staff members and community members will have a chance to shine in the public spotlight as Distinguished Hannibal Warriors during an event in June. The nomination deadline is quickly approaching. The public has until March 15 to nominate an individual for the inaugural recognition, essentially(…)
FitzGibbons Insurance owner John FitzGibbons sponsors the “FitzGibbons Insurance Athletes of the Month” in cooperation with the Oswego Buc Boosters Club. Oswego High School “Athletes of the Month” for January were hockey players Zach Zerrahn, senior, boys hockey and Allie Rodgers, freshman, girls hockey. Each received a $25 gift certificate for rivers end bookstore.
By Rob Tetro Phoenix boys’ varsity indoor track coach Keith Walberger considers this past season to be quite successful. Phoenix placed highly in nearly every small school meet they took part in. Walberger and his team had smaller expectations going into the season while anticipating struggles with depth issues. However, Walberger’s team proved him wrong.(…)
By Rob Tetro The Fulton boys’ varsity basketball team’s season came to an end with four losses to finish the season at 5-13. Fulton needed to win one of its final 4 games to qualify for Sectional Play. On Jan. 31, Cortland cruised past the Red Raiders, 73-52. Christian Brothers Academy rolled past Fulton, 77-53(…)
Submitted by Oswego County BOCES Random acts of kindness are committed on a daily basis in the Phoenix Central School District and those efforts were recognized Thursday (Feb. 27) morning. Emerson J. Dillon fifth-grade teacher Sandy Silky nominated Ashlyn Wallace for the recognition, which is a joint initiative between the district and SUNY Oswego’s Office(…)