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Efforts to avoid “overservicing” special education students who may not need extra support in all subjects, plus the Food Services program’s ability to run profitably, were part of reports by … more
The Rome Free Academy chapter of the National Honor Society recognized 53 students for induction during a program Tuesday night at RFA. Among eligibility standards are a cumulative grade point … more
MARCY — An opening reception for artist and author Robert Shetterly’s traveling exhibit, “Americans Who Tell The Truth,” will be Thursday at 4:30 p.m. at SUNY Polytechnic Institute at Kunsela … more
Two residents expressed opposition to the Board of Education about school district bonding referendums, citing what they said were continual elementary school repairs and financial burdens posed for … more
After debating the dollar amount and work to be conducted, the Board of Education is moving forward to seek public approval Dec. 18 for a $14.2 million bonding referendum that school district … more
The Rome Free Academy Marching Black Knights will host a community performance of their 2019 program “A Night at the Symphony” on Monday at 7:30 p.m. at RFA Stadium. Admission is free and the … more
Setting a Dec. 18 public voting date for a $14.23 million bonding referendum including repairs at Rome Free Academy Stadium and RFA school, plus energy performance improvements at all school district … more
MARCY — Three professors from SUNY Polytechnic Institutes’s College of Engineering have received a funding award from the Virginia Transportation Research Council (VTRC) to develop a pavement … more
VERONA — Vernon-Verona-Sherrill school district alumnus Matt Pelicano, the author of three children’s books, will be visiting VVS schools and the community on Monday and Tuesday, the district … more
An Assembly public forum for feedback on proposed legislation for a Learning for Work program and its role in addressing the state’s “middle-skills gap” will be Tuesday from 6-8 p.m. at Mohawk … more
Utica College has received the largest bequest in its history, $2.35 million from the Lotis B. Howland trust, college President Laura Casamento announced Wednesday. Not only is it the largest bequest … more
Best practices for creating and implementing policies, plus Board of Education members’ roles, were among topics during a board “retreat” workshop session Monday, said board President Stephen … more
A new Rome school district policy to address issues with students attending elementary schools outside their regular attendance zones is being considered by the Board of Education. Residency … more
Nearly 60 percent of school board members in a statewide poll favor a later daily start for high schools, but they also acknowledge the logistical challenges that would need to be overcome. In the … more
The Mohawk Valley Small Business Development Center (SBDC) will host three QuickBooks for Desktop office hour sessions in collaboration with Colgate University's entrepreneurship program Thought Into … more
The Oneida Indian Nation announced a partnership with the Vernon-Verona-Sherrill school district to co-host a cultural educational program at VVS High School. The Oct. 17 program is geared toward … more
SHERRILL — Students at E.A. McAllister Elementary School in Sherrill were treated to a visit Tuesday by firefighters from the Sherrill-Kenwood Fire Department for a fire safety day program, the … more
Persons using social media to express concerns about a Rome school classroom math question without knowing the full context hopefully will not hinder teachers’ instructional efforts, school … more
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