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REMSEN — Sanya Pelrah has recently been appointed as principal of the Remsen Central Junior/Senior High School. Pelrah has 17 years of experience in education in various roles, including teacher, … more
Earlier this year, several Mohawk Valley Community College faculty and staff members received SUNY Chancellor’s Awards for Excellence, receiving system-wide recognition of their consistently … more
ALBANY — The New York State United Teachers and the NYS American Academy of Pediatrics on Monday launched a new statewide television and digital advertising campaign to highlight the … more
On Tuesday, Aug. 17, the Connected Community Team welcomed the start of the new school year with a community wide Pack Your Pantry Resource Fair, open to all, held in the side parking lot of Staley … more
ORISKANY — Oriskany Central School is in the process of a candidate search for a new principal of N. A. Walbran Elementary School. At a special Board of Education meeting held Aug. 5, it was … more
NEW HARTFORD — The Oneida-Herkimer-Madison BOCES Pathways in Technology Early College High School (P-TECH) program recently announced a new articulation agreement with SUNY Polytechnic Institute … more
The Stanwix Veterans & Men’s Club in Rome has announced that it has awarded $5,500 among 16 students representing nine different high schools as part of its 2021 scholarship program. Since … more
HERKIMER — Herkimer County Community College has appointed Matthew J. Babula, of Marcy, and Charlotte R. Whitney, of Utica, as specialists in the Academic Advisement Center. Babula comes to the … more
In three weeks, bus-loads of children will be arriving at their neighborhood schools — ready to meet new teachers, new concepts and new friends — in person. It is unclear, however, what … more
BUFFALO (AP) — New York education officials on Thursday released a COVID-19 reopening guide for school districts that were caught off guard when the state's health commissioner said he would not … more
On May 18, incumbent Donald Dawes defeated Jason Cooper to retain his, the only seat expiring on Utica’s Board of Education. When Dawes began his new term on July 1, he entered into his 19th year … more
UTICA — Mohawk Valley Community College’s Center for Corporate and Community Education (CCED) has launched its Fall 2021 non-credit course schedule. The catalog, MVCConnect, highlights the … more
The Connected Community Team will welcome the start of a new school year with a community “Pack Your Pantry Resource Fair,” which will be open to all, according to an announcement by the … more
The following are appointed Committee Chairs for the 2021-22 school year, together with meeting days/times/frequencies: Facilites Committee: Paul Hagerty, chair; committee members Anna Megerell and … more
In September 2019, Rome City School District Superintendent, Peter C. Blake, partnered with district consultant Dr. Shanelle Benson Reid to form and co-chair the district’s Equity Task Force, … more
A district parent and local small business owner, Sarita Ruiz, rose to address the Board during the Public Comments portion of the meeting to shine a light on what she called “frankly disgusting” … more
The Herb Geller Memorial Scholarships Concert Series will premiere its second virtual PREformance of 2021 on Thursday, Aug. 12, at 7 p.m. “The CenterStage Sessions: A Little Summer Music” … more
TURIN — The South Lewis Middle School will host an “Open Registration Day” on Wednesday, Aug. 18, to provide families with an opportunity to enroll their students and to become familiar with … more
HERKIMER — Herkimer County Community College has been awarded a grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to better serve underrepresented minority students pursuing a science, technology, … more
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