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A Rome school district tenured social studies teacher has been given a letter of reprimand from the superintendent and a “last-chance” agreement, in relation to her comments to a student class … more
Further in-person instruction opportunities for Holland Patent, reaction by Vernon-Verona-Sherrill (VVS) to revised federal guidelines for schools, and a student case for Westmoreland were among … more
For the first time this school year, Rome school district students soon will have the chance to be back in classrooms five days a week instead of hybrid/remote schedules that have been driven by … more
Results are not yet in for determining where voters in the Rome school district’s Third Ward will cast their ballots in the upcoming district election on May 18. The district has been reviewing … more
Updated federal guidelines for physical distance between grade K-12 students in classrooms recommend that, with universal masking, a distance of at least three feet should be maintained instead of … more
The Oriskany school district is preparing to offer in-person learning five days a week for its students, and effective April 12 will no longer offer a hybrid format combining in-person and remote … more
While they appreciate large amounts of new federal funding announced for schools, some local superintendents are wary the purse strings might be attached to state control over how much money they … more
VERONA — Vernon-Verona-Sherrill Middle School’s inaugural activity for its new STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, math) wing included students competing in a “Drag Racing Cups … more
Potential moves toward more in-person learning for Oriskany, Oneida and Whitesboro, plus new COVID-19 student cases for Oneida and Westmoreland, were among school district updates relating to the … more
Students in the New Visions Law, Government and Public Administration program at Madison-Oneida BOCES are staffing a COVID-19 vaccine call center for Madison County to assist local residents, … more
Social distancing of at least three feet, use of clear barriers or face shields along with masks, and open windows when air temperatures are above 45 degrees are part of suggested strategies by … more
For the first time, the 64th annual Rome Science Fair for students was conducted virtually by the Rome Academy of Sciences due to COVID-19 restrictions, according to an academy announcement. “This … more
A new Rome school district survey of families is seeking to determine how many want students to have full in-person learning, as the district continues planning for a potential return to that … more
One more Board of Education budget retreat workshop session has been added to the schedule before the Rome school district’s proposed 2021-22 budget is presented publicly. Another retreat session … more
Scaled-down plans for June 2021 Regents exams and for grades 3-8 assessments were approved Monday by the state Board of Regents, in the event that the U.S. Department of Education (USDE) denies a … more
The Holland Patent and Remsen school districts are teaming up in a "CANdemic contest" versus the Poland and West Canada Valley districts on March 13-20 for bringing in food and other essentials to … more
A full commencement is anticipated for Rome Free Academy graduates, while additional in-person instruction opportunities were announced for Camden, Holland Patent and Westmoreland, as school … more
CAMDEN — Halie Lago is valedictorian for the Class of 2021 at Camden Central High School, and Autumn Kahler is the salutatorian. The school’s academic Top Ten, for the highest ranking students in … more
John E. Joy Elementary School fourth-grader Parker Emery was congratulated by the Rome school district for his winning essay in a contest sponsored by Tops Friendly Markets in conjunction with … more
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