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HERKIMER—Herkimer County Community College has appointed Elizabeth M. Pogonowski, PT, DPT, as an assistant professor in the Physical Therapy Assistant Program. She will also serve as the … more
Financial aid totals for the Rome school district that are in Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s proposed 2021-22 state budget might be “good news,” says district Superintendent Peter C. Blake, but there are … more
A parent group has been formed in objection to Rome school district Superintendent Peter C. Blake’s recent statement that he anticipates the district’s next school year will again be a hybrid … more
The Rome school district is reviewing a situation with legal counsel and the state Education Department involving a district teacher’s social media post against “white privileged Trump … more
If Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. were alive today, what would he say? Local middle school, high school, college students and community members are invited to participate in an oratory contest to honor … more
CLINTON — Clinton Central School is accepting kindergarten registrations in the elementary school main office between the hours of 8 a.m. and 3 p.m. The child does not need to be present. … more
Tara Anne Baker, of Rome, has earned a Doctor of Education degree with a specialization in reading, literacy and assessment, from Walden University, Minneapolis, Minn. While attending Walden … more
HERKIMER — Herkimer County Community College has added an associate of arts degree program in psychology, designed to provide a solid foundation in psychological studies by familiarizing students … more
Mohawk Valley Community College announces the following new appointments, employee title changes, and promotions as approved by the Board of Trustees at its Oct. 19, Nov. 16, and Dec. 14 meetings: … more
VERONA — The Vernon-Verona-Sherrill school district is showcasing its newly completed STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, math) wing and middle school/high school media center, as among … more
Extensions of all-remote learning formats past previously targeted dates, because of impacts from COVID-19, were announced by the Rome and Oriskany school districts. • Rome — Instead of a … more
Rome school district Superintendent Peter C. Blake says he believes the district’s next school year will again include a hybrid schedule combining in-person and remote instruction, due to continued … more
The Holland Patent and Westmoreland school districts are extending their all-remote instructional formats due to COVID-19 factors, replacing previous plans for Jan. 19 resumptions of hybrid schedules … more
The graduation rate for Rome Free Academy’s Class of 2020 including summer graduates was 83%, up from 78% for the Class of 2019, among statewide results announced Thursday by the state Education … more
Utica College is delaying the start of its spring semester one week to Feb. 1 from Jan. 25. College President Laura Casemento announced the change last week in a letter to students, faculty, staff … more
Revisions in two pay agreements, one involving school security officers (SSOs) through the City of Rome and the other involving a union contract, will be considered at the Board of Education’s … more
The Camden school district today was set to host a COVID-19 vaccination clinic, working with Rome Memorial Hospital and Utica Family Health Center to bring a first round of vaccinations to 100 … more
The board of the Madison-Oneida Board of Cooperative Educational Services (MOBOCES) will hold its regular monthly meeting tonight, beginning at 5 p.m., the Verona-based agency announced. The meeting … more
Assemblywoman Marianne Buttenschon, D-119, Marcy, has been appointed to the state Assembly Committee on Education, her office announced. As a member of the committee, said Buttenschon, “I’m ready … more
The state Board of Regents on Monday elected Dr. Lester W. Young Jr. as the new Chancellor for the board, and he is the first African-American to serve in the position. Young, a Regent member since … more
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