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The course offerings of Oneida-Herkimer-Madison BOCES take students beyond their traditional books and classrooms and into actual applications of what they are learning. See the video clip in article. more
Jason Cooper has announced his candidacy for the May 16 election for the Utica City School District Board of Education.  more
Two committee meetings for the Rome City School District Board of Education have had their times changed. more
The Utica/Rome Chapter of the League of Women Voters has selected two area students to participate in this year’s Students Inside Albany program. more
The Rome Academy of Sciences will host the presentation “Space-Based Solar Power” at 6 p.m. on Thursday, March 23, in the Rome Historical Society Auditorium, 200 Church St. more
The Madison-Oneida BOCES Art Professional Learning Group (PLG) opened its eighth annual “Art: The Common Thread” teacher-student exhibit Saturday, March 4, at the Kirkland Town Library. more
Mohawk Valley Community College is a longtime supporter of dual credit course offerings, said Timothy Thomas, MVCC’s assistant vice president for learning and academic affairs. more
MVILR is a non-profit organization that offers educational programming for local seniors to help them “learn, live, grow, move, think, socialize and create.” more
Kasper A. Cuda, of Herkimer, has been appointed as grant administrator at Herkimer College, according to an announcement Thursday by college officials. more
Sen. Joseph Griffo, is encouraging area high school seniors and current college students to apply for the 2023 New York Conference of Italian-American State Legislators Academic and Athletic Scholarships.  more
The Herkimer Region College & Career Scholarship Foundation’s Spring Bulb Sale is coming back for a second year as a way for people to support local students by purchasing flowers. more
Herkimer County Community College has appointed a new campus peace officer, according to an announcement Wednesday by college officials. more
Members of the Zonta Club of Rome gathered on Wednesday at Rome Free Academy to honor guidance counselor Maureen Nash for her outstanding education and community volunteer contributions. more
Camden High School Principal Christopher Centner has announced that Connor Perrotta and Jacey Hinds have been named the valedictorian and salutatorian, respectively. more
More than 60 employers from various industries across the region will be on hand at Herkimer College’s annual Career Fair. more
A public hearing has been scheduled Monday, March 20, at the Town Justice Building on Mechanic Street, Port Leyden. more
Mohawk Valley Community College’s Career Development Center is hosting an Exploring Careers in the Mohawk Valley event from 5 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, March 21. more
Louis V. Denti Elementary School is being removed from the New York State Education Department’s list of schools in need of improvement. more
Hamilton College will conduct a test of their outdoor emergency siren on Thursday afternoon, according to college officials. more
The State University of New York Polytechnic Institute has been awarded more than $1.4 million from the New York State Department of Education. more
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