Submitted by Oswego County BOCES
A state grant is helping Hannibal High teachers provide additional support to students struggling with reading and writing.
The data-driven literacy intervention grant funded the collaboration of six secondary-level teachers for the development of a Response To Intervention plan at Hannibal High. Continue reading
There are seven seats available on the Fulton Public Library’s Board of Trustees and nine candidates running.
They are: Continue reading
Air Force Airman 1st Class Emily T. Kush graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas.
Two Oswego County residents have been named to top positions in Girl Scouts.
Sonia Robinson, of Oswego has been named to the Girl Scouts of NYPENN Pathways board of directors.
Robinson is a public health educator and emergency planning coordinator for Oswego County Health Department. She chairs the council’s Advancement Committee.
She was elected as an at-large member.
Dianne Stancato, of Constantia, has been named to represent the local Girl Scouts organization at the U.S.A. National Council Session in Salt Lake City, UT in October.
Stancato is chief operations officer of Girl Scouts NYPENN. She has been involved in all aspects of Girl Scouting since joining the staff in 2006.
Submitted by SUNY Oswego
A moving study-abroad experience and a world of determination have led to Julie Schofield becoming SUNY Oswego’s first student Fulbright scholar in more than a decade. Continue reading
A group of high school students who have spent their senior year exploring careers in the medical field at Oswego Hospital will share some of what they have learned with members of the community.
At the end of each school year, Oswego Hospital’s New Vision students from this Oswego BOCES program typically complete individual projects requiring them to research a disease. Continue reading
The 33rd annual Fulton Memorial Day Salute celebration will fill the day May 24 with music, fun, food and honoring veterans.
The event at the Fulton Community Center on West Broadway will feature the biggest Saturday morning parade, local music groups, a great food court, drinks, rides and fireworks.
All entertainment is offered free to the public. Continue reading