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Fairgrieve students learn about importance of making an effort

Fairgrieve Elementary School Principal Jean Ciesla congratulates students for displaying effort and earning the Virtue of the Month Award for May. In front (from left) are Ty Nesbitt, Natalie Guile, Reese Niver, Autumn Johnson, Adelaide McEachen, Olivia Nesbitt and Elijah Brooks. In the middle row (from left) are John-Paul Murphy, Josalyn Miller, Kaylee Brown, Caleb Dillingham, Logan Murphy, Maddison Schlosser, Ryan Carroll and Shane Seymour. In the back row (from left) are Ciesla, Gavin Brown, Danayza Gaiter, Justice Carvey, Alyssa Paro, Samantha Hoyt and Matthew MacDougall.
Fairgrieve Elementary School Principal Jean Ciesla congratulates students for displaying effort and earning the Virtue of the Month Award for May. In front (from left) are Ty Nesbitt, Natalie Guile, Reese Niver, Autumn Johnson, Adelaide McEachen, Olivia Nesbitt and Elijah Brooks. In the middle row (from left) are John-Paul Murphy, Josalyn Miller, Kaylee Brown, Caleb Dillingham, Logan Murphy, Maddison Schlosser, Ryan Carroll and Shane Seymour. In the back row (from left) are Ciesla, Gavin Brown, Danayza Gaiter, Justice Carvey, Alyssa Paro, Samantha Hoyt and Matthew MacDougall.

Submitted by Oswego County BOCES

Hard work was celebrated during Fairgrieve Elementary School’s Morning Express program Thursday May 22 as nearly two dozen students received recognition.

Principal Jean Ciesla congratulated 22 students for demonstrating effort during the past month and presented the children with Virtue of the Month awards and a button commemorating their achievement.  Continue reading

FFA students flourish at state convention

Two members of the Oswego County BOCES FFA Team captured honors at the 89th Annual New York State FFA Convention. Kayla Munger, second from left, captured fifth place honors and Jennifer Young, second from right, captured fourth place honors in the floriculture competition at the convention. The pair were among 11 teams and 44 individuals to participate in this particular competition at the annual event that draws more than 1,300 FFA members from across the state. Pictured with the two honorees above are fellow BOCES FFA members Austin Williams, left, and Bethany Gregory, right.
Two members of the Oswego County BOCES FFA Team captured honors at the 89th Annual New York State FFA Convention. Kayla Munger, second from left, captured fifth place honors and Jennifer Young, second from right, captured fourth place honors in the floriculture competition at the convention. The pair were among 11 teams and 44 individuals to participate in this particular competition at the annual event that draws more than 1,300 FFA members from across the state. Pictured with the two honorees above are fellow BOCES FFA members Austin Williams, left, and Bethany Gregory, right.

King receives Hadlow Memorial Music Scholarship

Oswego High School Class of 2014 Graduate Emily King has been named the recipient of the 2014 Elmer G. Hadlow Memorial Music Scholarship, which is awarded annually to an Oswego High School student who pursues an education and/or career in music. Shown pictured is King with Hadlow’s grandson, Shane Stepien.
Oswego High School Class of 2014 Graduate Emily King has been named the recipient of the 2014 Elmer G. Hadlow Memorial Music Scholarship, which is awarded annually to an Oswego High School student who pursues an education and/or career in music. Shown pictured is King with Hadlow’s grandson, Shane Stepien.

Oswego High School senior Emily King, who will graduate in June, has received the Elmer G. Hadlow Memorial Music Scholarship, which is awarded annually to an Oswego High School student who pursues an education and/or career in music. Continue reading

Hannibal board member honored by CNYSBA

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Armed with years of experience and knowledge in the educational system, Hannibal Central School District Board of Education member Dale Young will be honored for his service during an upcoming regional meeting.

Young, who has held a school board seat for nearly a decade, has been declared a board member of achievement by the Central New York School Boards Association.  Continue reading

Showcase of art fills the halls at Maroun Elementary

kindergartner Sara Speich used construction paper and crayon to create a scene that featured a castle and hot air balloon. An image of Speich sits in the balloon’s basket.
kindergartner Sara Speich used construction paper and crayon to create a scene that featured a castle and hot air balloon. An image of Speich sits in the balloon’s basket.

The halls of Michael A. Maroun Elementary School in Phoenix look like murals as student artwork was displayed during Friday’s Art Show. 

The show featured art by kindergartners through fourth-graders.

Students took their families and friends through a self-guided tour of the school.  Continue reading

Bodley students win scholarships

Eight seniors at G. Ray Bodley High School received the 2014 Scholarships for Academic Excellence award from John B. King, Jr., the  state Education Commissioner. Students were selected based on an average  using Regents scores in English, Algebra 2 and Trigonometry, U.S. History and three science courses. Winners must attend a college or university in New York state. Pictured from left to right are: Michael Holcomb, Jordyn Stone, Ashley McCann, Tessa LiVoti, Danielle Rupert, Amelia Coakley, Julia Ludington and Noah Sorbello.
Eight seniors at G. Ray Bodley High School received the 2014 Scholarships for Academic Excellence award from John B. King, Jr., the state Education Commissioner. Students were selected based on an average using Regents scores in English, Algebra 2 and Trigonometry, U.S. History and three science courses. Winners must attend a college or university in New York state. Pictured from left to right are: Michael Holcomb, Jordyn Stone, Ashley McCann, Tessa LiVoti, Danielle Rupert, Amelia Coakley, Julia Ludington and Noah Sorbello.

Oswego student-athletes participate in Special Olympics

Submitted by Oswego County BOCES

Students from school districts throughout Central New York showcased their athletic abilities and team spirit during the Special Olympic games held at Cicero-North Syracuse High School May 15.

“Play hard, play smart and have fun,” said emcee Breanna Stewart, former C-NS basketball standout and a star for the University of Connecticut’s national championship hoops team.  Continue reading