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ONEIDA — Holy Cross Academy will offer driver education classes from September to November. Students are required to be 16 years old and must complete 24 hours of driving time and 24 hours of … more
During a special meeting of the Rome Board of Education on Thursday night, convened solely to consider – and ultimately unanimously carry - a lone resolution on Staley Elementary School, board … more
The search for a new superintendent of the Holland Patent Central School District is well under way, district officials say, adding that an important part of the process is gathering community input … more
With the recent closure of Staley Elementary School, 620 E. Bloomfield St., because of the August flooding, school district officials have to revamp many of the district’s elementary school bus … more
CLINTON — The following local residents were among award winners at Hamilton College’s annual convocation ceremony that marked the beginning of Hamilton’s 210th academic year on Wednesday, Aug. … more
Madison-Oneida BOCES is offering a Heavy Equipment Operation course, scheduled to run from September 13 through November 3, 2021. The course schedule is Monday through Thursday, 3 p.m. to 8 p.m., and … more
CANASTOTA — The Business Education Department of Canastota Junior-Senior High School has received the Department of the Year Award 2020-2021 from the Business Teachers Association of New York … more
With concerns over the flood damage at Staley Elementary School as well as lingering roof repairs at Rome Free Academy, Paul Hagerty, the longest tenured member of the Rome City School District’s … more
During Thursday’s Rome City School District’s Board of Education meeting, several parents opposed to the state’s requirement for all students in public and private schools to wear face masks in … more
The Rome City School District will no longer utilize Staley Elementary School, closing the facility immediately, according to a letter to parents issued late Monday and posted on the school district … more
CAMP HILL, Pa. — Rite Aid along with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and BioReference Laboratories, Inc., have announced a ‘Back to School’ COVID-19 testing program. The … more
CLINTON — The United Food and Commercial Workers (UFCW) Local One filed a petition of recognition on behalf of Hamilton College student admission workers to the National Labor Relations Board … more
Amid a backdrop of rising COVID-19 cases in the region, school districts and officials say they are taking the necessary steps to keep both children and staff safe with schools set to reopen in less … more
ALBANY — The School Administrators Association of New York State, which represents more than 8,000 school administrators, supervisors and coordinators, issued a statement on Wednesday, saying it … more
REMSEN — Sanya Pelrah has recently been appointed as principal of the Remsen Central Junior/Senior High School. Pelrah has 17 years of experience in education in various roles, including teacher, … more
Earlier this year, several Mohawk Valley Community College faculty and staff members received SUNY Chancellor’s Awards for Excellence, receiving system-wide recognition of their consistently … more
ALBANY — The New York State United Teachers and the NYS American Academy of Pediatrics on Monday launched a new statewide television and digital advertising campaign to highlight the … more
On Tuesday, Aug. 17, the Connected Community Team welcomed the start of the new school year with a community wide Pack Your Pantry Resource Fair, open to all, held in the side parking lot of Staley … more
ORISKANY — Oriskany Central School is in the process of a candidate search for a new principal of N. A. Walbran Elementary School. At a special Board of Education meeting held Aug. 5, it was … more
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