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Access to the New York State School for the Deaf’s (NYSSD) track by the public is being restricted, in connection with concerns about some people’s behavior when using the facility. The track, … more
Summer school education programs are underway in the Rome school district, involving several hundred students. Compared to a year ago, “there is not really any change to the summer program for the … more
Mohawk Valley Community College has announced the names of students whose high academic performance has qualified them for recognition as members of the college’s vice president’s list for the … more
The Rome school district’s new treasurer will be Jodi L. Haddad, effective Aug. 5. Haddad’s appointment was approved by the Board of Education last week at its annual reorganization meeting, … more
Several Rome school districtwide administrative positions are receiving four-year contracts with raises of between 1 and 3% in certain years and no raises in others, among some of the 29 individual … more
A community schools Summer Drop-in Program for all Rome school district students who have completed grades 2-6 will begin Tuesday and conclude Aug. 22 at Gansevoort Elementary School, 758 W. Liberty … more
UTICA — Utica College has received national recognition as a “College of Distinction,” by the organization Colleges of Distinction, for its individualized and engaging education and goals of … more
UTICA — Two professors at SUNY Polytechnic Institute (SUNY Poly) may be one step closer to finding the source of fecal contamination in areas of the Mohawk River after being awarded a grant funded … more
About 20 spots for students are still available for the fourth annual Project Fibonacci STEAM Leadership Conference on July 28-Aug. 3 at The Beeches, according to a Project Fibonacci representative. … more
The Afro-American Heritage Association (AAHA) has tripled its pledged 2019 Senior Recognition Awards by donating $300 each to three Rome Free Academy seniors. The RFA Senior Award winners are: Sarah … more
A U.S. News and World Report review of over 23,000 public high schools placed Rome Free Academy within approximately the top third in a ranking of over 17,000 of those schools. The recently issued … more
The Board of Education’s new president for the 2019-20 school year is Stephen P. Hampe. Hampe, who was vice president for the 2018-19 year that just concluded, was approved by board members to be … more
VERONA — A therapy dog program, and students’ data safety amid use of digital technology, were among topics for the Vernon-Verona-Sherrill Board of Education this week. Also addressed were … more
The sun burst through during Rome Free Academy’s milestone 150th annual commencement Saturday morning, shining on graduating students’ accomplishments as well as the pride and excitement of … more
“We wanted to commemorate the 150th anniversary” for Rome Free Academy’s commencement and “have a special ceremony,” RFA senior John George said Friday as he stood next to a time capsule to … more
The Board of Education will mark the start of the 2019-20 school year with an annual reorganization meeting Monday which will include choosing a board president plus various other annual approvals. … more
Joyce Long was approved last month by the state Board of Regents as the new superintendent of the New York State School for the Deaf at 401 Turin St. She succeeds David Hubman, who retired effective … more
A Rome school district tenured teaching assistant has been given a last chance to improve her attendance, as part of a disciplinary agreement approved by the Board of Education. The agreement is … more
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