POLAND — The Poland Central School District’s involvement with the American Heart Association’s indoor walk event at Sangertown Square as part of America’s Greatest Heart Run and Walk dates back 16 years.
HERKIMER — Students in the Information Technology Academy at Herkimer-Fulton-Hamilton-Otsego BOCES combined to win 32 medals in a recent Future Business Leaders of America competition.
ST. JOHNSVILLE — David H. Robbins Elementary School students concluded the school’s Jump Rope For Heart program on Feb. 24, raising approximately $2,700 for the American Heart Association.
POLAND — Poland Central School District students Taylor Cockey and Alec Hart participated in the regional Poetry Out Loud competition on Feb. 4 at SUNY Oneonta.
HERKIMER — Students were named to the honor roll for the second quarter of the 2013 - 2014 school year at Herkimer Junior-Senior High School.Grade 7:9 Honors: Madeline Peyton.
Tip of the WeekCareer growth, job stability and employee benefits have increased the pursuit of a college education, and with it, the cost of earning a degree.
UTICA — Utica College’s School of Business and Justice Studies recently welcomed James Brown and Raymond Philo as professors of practice in criminal justice.
NEW YORK — More public high school graduates in New York and around the country are taking Advanced Placement exams than a decade ago, according to a report.
ST. JOHNSVILLE — More than a dozen community volunteers demonstrated what it takes to pursue a successful career in a variety of fields, ranging from arson investigation to tree surgery, at Oppenheim-Ephratah-St. Johnsville Middle School on Feb.
UTICA — Some junior-high students from a Herkimer-Fulton-Hamilton-Otsego BOCES 12:1:1 class recently volunteered on a Saturday at the Masonic Care Community’s annual Children’s Christmas Party.
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