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Fulton tennis scores

May 7 — Fulton 1, Homer 6

Singles

  • 1S: Jack Stokoe (Homer) defeated Zach Perry (Fulton) 10-3
  • 2S: Drew Potter (Homer) d. Dakota Stoutenger (Fulton) 10-0
  • 3S: Brian Mitchell (Homer) d. Thomas Distin (Fulton) 10-1
  • 4S: Alex Cottrell (Homer) d. Evan Waugh (Fulton) 10-2

Doubles

  • 1D: Jacob Strauss and Benjamin McKay (Fulton) d. Ben Shultis and Tom Natale (Homer) 10-4
  • 2D: Collin Lake and Dan LHommediu (Homer) d. Bayley Raponi and Austin Nairn (Fulton) 10-2
  • 3D: Dylan Gilfilian and Brett Barden (Homer) d. Joshua Hotaling and Zach Vaccaro (Fulton) 10-1

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Fairgrieve Elementary students honored

Fairgrieve Elementary Principal Jean Ciesla is pictured with students following a recent behavioral recognition ceremony. Pictured in back from left is Brian Clark, Annabelle Dickens, Marcus Doran and Caitlyn Warne. Middle row: Brandon Kingsley, Anthony Lucas, Jonah Abt, Abigail Price and Brandi Weindl. Front row: Hayden Carvey, Reese Pierce, Matthew Yawn, Mckenna Lawson, Alyssa Durval, Aidan Call, Annalee Mitchell and Brady Lacey.
Fairgrieve Elementary Principal Jean Ciesla is pictured with students following a recent behavioral recognition ceremony. Pictured in back from left is Brian Clark, Annabelle Dickens, Marcus Doran and Caitlyn Warne. Middle row: Brandon Kingsley, Anthony Lucas, Jonah Abt, Abigail Price and Brandi Weindl. Front row: Hayden Carvey, Reese Pierce, Matthew Yawn, Mckenna Lawson, Alyssa Durval, Aidan Call, Annalee Mitchell and Brady Lacey.

Submitted by Oswego County BOCES

Fairgrieve Elementary School recognized students during a special morning express ceremony for modeling the district’s behavioral expectations for the month of April.

The Fulton City School District’s Behavioral Expectations are: Be Respectful, Be Responsible, Be Safe and Be A Problem Solver. Continue reading

Bodley Bulletins, by Julia Ludington

By Julia Ludington

The student body here at G. Ray Bodley has thought up a creative addition to our busy mornings.

Students have collaborated on a project called “GRB News.” Each morning during Guided Study Hall, a video clip is shown featuring events going on at the high school, the weather, and sports among many other topics.

The students have done a great job so far, as last week was the first round of showings. GRB News also has its very own Twitter page with announcements, and can be found at @GRBNews. Check it out! Continue reading

Local team results from the Tully Spring Invitational track meet

Boys’ and girls’ track and field teams from Hannibal, Phoenix, Mexico and Pulaski took part in the Tully Spring Invitational April 21.

The Hannibal girls’ varsity track and field team had an impressive day. The Lady Warriors came away with first place finishes in several events. Continue reading

Oswego High School inducts new Honor Society members

Oswego High School’s National Honor Society held induction ceremonies recently.

As families, friends and faculty, along with some members of the Board of Education, gathered at the Robinson-Faust Theatre for the Performing Arts, nearly 33 Oswego High School students were inducted.

Addressing the students and audience, Oswego Superintendent of Schools Benjamin Halsey congratulated the newest inductees and expressed appreciation to family, teachers and community for the support  provided over the years. 

He reminded the students they are leaders, but with that comes responsibility. He recognized them for scholarship, leadership, service and character which are the four pillars of the Oswego chapter of the National Honor Society.

“Inductees, your accomplishments, coupled with your commitment and characters makes us all very proud. I encourage you to take time to reflect upon your journey to this point,” Hartwell said.

“Your accomplishments are a compilation of many years of education and certainly a proud day for all of us,” said Oswego High Principal Brian Hartwell.

“It is vital, however, to remember that the first teachers you ever had are your parents who have devoted their lives to you. They were your first teachers and your teachers for life,” Hartwell said.

Chapter had a key part in the ceremony as President Madison Collins, Vice President Allison Moshier, along with Secretary Mallory Gordon were joined on stage by Treasurer Kerrigan Cummins.

 The officers introduced the newest inductees.

 Included as the newest members of the National Honor Society were Ana Alcasid, Victoria Armet, Jenna Ballard, Katie Bradshaw, Trevor Bradshaw, Ayla Busch, Michaela Callen, Amber Canbek, Jordan Crapser, Sean Dain, Maia Delaney, Clare Donovan, Olivia Dowdle, Olivia Flint, Jacob Gerber, Alexander Haessig and Evan James.

 Also inducted were  John Khamis, Sydnie LeRoy, Roman Madlangbayan, Mariah Metcalf, Natasha Mezza, Brooke Morrisseau, Kyra O’Gorman, Emily Oldenburg, Elaina Rando, Kristie Reitz, Claire Richardson, Kelly Skinner, Kelci Somers, Mark Taormina, Christopher Van Gorder and Monica Wilson.

Hartwell praised the academic achievements of the students and stated “our community and eventually your nation will look to you and those like you to lead us deeper into the 21st Century. 

“The commitment and character that you have demonstrated will serve you well as you continue your journey,” he said.