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Rome Free Academy on Thursday cited exceptional students in its junior class who received various awards such as potential annual scholarships to college as well as special recognition from … more
VERONA — Upcoming new special patrol officers for schools, and an update on communications strategies and programs, were among topics addressed last week by the Vernon-Verona-Sherrill Board of … more
AT&T Coding and Tech Camp, which provides 45 students in grades 9 through 12 from across the Mohawk Valley a chance to gain coding skills and experience over two weeks in July, is taking … more
A group of 33 soon-to-graduate seniors at Rome Free Academy were celebrated for achievements in conjunction with the Hillside Work-Scholarship Connection program during an event last week at the … more
Potentially expanding an energy-performance contract to several more Rome school district buildings, for energy system improvements geared to generate annual cost savings, is being weighed by the … more
Utica College’s master’s degree program in cybersecurity has been designated by the National Security Agency and the Department of Homeland Security as a national Center of Academic Excellence … more
VERONA — Nine Vernon-Verona-Sherrill FFA students and two chaperones attended the New York State FFA Convention and Expo in Syracuse, participating in various workshops plus competing in events … more
VERONA — Vernon-Verona-Sherrill High School will host its first-ever Senior Showcase, featuring senior students and faculty from chorus, band, orchestra, and the Entertainment Industries class, on … more
Differing views on PILOT (payment-in-lieu-of-taxes) programs for businesses and tax exemptions for energy system projects were aired by Board of Education members before approving two resolutions in … more
VERONA — A Vernon-Verona-Sherrill Middle School student team hosted a World War II museum display last week, the VVS school district said. Students worked for weeks planning intricate displays, … more
The annual Rome Free Academy JROTC Award Ceremony Thursday night included an unexpected guest for one of the graduating cadets. Cadet William Almas was surprised to see his big brother, Army Sgt. … more
Allowing varsity sports to count for physical education requirements, seeking business and community funding to renovate Rome Free Academy Stadium, and maintaining an AP (advanced placement) Physics … more
Tanya Davis, who was elected Tuesday to the Board of Education, was sworn in Wednesday to immediately begin serving on the board. Davis will fill a vacant seat to complete a term that expires June … more
School districts in the Oneida-Herkimer-Madison BOCES Food Service program as well as Holland Patent and Whitesboro will participate in a New York Food Day on Thursday, May 30. The semiannual New … more
John Matthew Ritchie, son of John Ritchie, Rome, and Carol Ritchie, Utica, has earned a bachelor’s degree in community and behavioral health from SUNY Polytechnic Institute, Utica. more
A King’s Kids Christian Pre-School representative told the Board of Education she was surprised and saddened at the Rome school district’s upcoming elimination of the facility as a community … more
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