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Oswego High School helps alumnus

The Oswego High School Student Council raised $2,500 organizing a faculty dodge ball tournament in which all proceeds went to Cooper Levine, an Oswego High graduate who was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia Sept. 9, 2013 at the age of 18 and during his first year at Ithaca College. Gathering for the check presentation were, in front (left to right), Cooper’s mother Trish Levine, Student Council Secretary Allison Smith and Cooper’s father Al Levine. In back were Student Council Co-Aadviser Holley D’Angelo, Treasurer Evan Davis and Co-Adviser Kimberly Nihoff. The Levine family said, ”The support of our community has been overwhelming. The continued kindness and generosity of Cooper’s former teachers, fellow students and friends in the Oswego City School District has lifted our spirits during this time. We thank the students, advisors and participants for the OHS student council dodge ball tournament for keeping Cooper in their thoughts.”
The Oswego High School Student Council raised $2,500 organizing a faculty dodge ball tournament in which all proceeds went to Cooper Levine, an Oswego High graduate who was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia Sept. 9, 2013 at the age of 18 and during his first year at Ithaca College. Gathering for the check presentation were, in front (left to right), Cooper’s mother Trish Levine, Student Council Secretary Allison Smith and Cooper’s father Al Levine. In back were Student Council Co-Aadviser Holley D’Angelo, Treasurer Evan Davis and Co-Adviser Kimberly Nihoff. The Levine family said, ”The support of our community has been overwhelming. The continued kindness and generosity of Cooper’s former teachers, fellow students and friends in the Oswego City School District has lifted our spirits during this time. We thank the students, advisors and participants for the OHS student council dodge ball tournament for keeping Cooper in their thoughts.”

Fairgrieve artwork available for all the world to see

Submitted by Oswego County BOCES

Now parents of students at Fulton’s Fairgrieve Elementary don’t have to wait until a special school event to see their children’s artwork.

Kelly Allen, Fairgrieve art teacher, has teamed with Artsonia, artsonia.com — the world’s largest online kids’ art museum — to display the students’ artwork.  Continue reading

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