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Honor Society Open To CAHF Middle-Schoolers

January 29, 2012 CAHF has a Junior Honor Society that is open to middle school students who have maintained a 90 percent average or above for two consecutive marking periods. more »»

Kindergarten, First, Second Grades Combined At CAHF

January 29, 2012 This year has been quite different at CAHF as we have combined the kindergarten, first and second grades. It has been a positive experience for both the teachers and students. more »»

Pre-K Students Take Nature Walks

January 29, 2012 The Pre-K class at CAHF has been exploring our neighborhood and observing the changes that take place in nature when the seasons change. more »»

Students Learn Computer Technology From Early Age

January 29, 2012 All students at CAHF in grades K-8 attend a variety of specials all year long. Along with physical education, Spanish, art and music, students take technology once per week. more »»

Hispanic Mentoring On The Move

January 15, 2012 Jamestown High School siblings Antonio and Nancheska Torres recently spent time afterschool mentoring Ring Elementary School third-grader Manuely Martinez and Lincoln Elementary School first-grader... more »»

Afterschool Program Students ‘Train Like An Astronaut’

January 15, 2012 ‘‘Hi, I’m Dottie and this is Kjell. We are NASA astronauts. We spend a lot of time in the gym working out to prepare for our time in space. more »»

Family Fun Night At Bush

January 15, 2012 Bush Elementary School student Solanzje Jones and her mom, April Pollaro, join Juilana Yanik and Bush Advantage After School staff member Yosiris Vargas to show off their Turkey Hats created during ... more »»

JPS Afterschool Staff Are Skilled And Talented Professionals

January 15, 2012 More than 100 skilled and talented Jamestown After School Program staff, representing JPS and a dozen community-based organizations, serves nearly 1,000 K-12 students and families every day during... more »»

Third-Graders Study Human Body Systems

January 8, 2012 Third-graders have been working hard at many subjects. In December, they focused on the human body. more »»

Kindergarten Through Second-Grade Students Learn About Pond Life

January 8, 2012 The K-1-2 class has had an exciting fall working on many science projects. more »»

Students Learn About Sandy Shores Of California

January 8, 2012 Have you ever wondered where a grain of sand comes from or what types of organisms are found under the surface of a sandy beach? Mrs. more »»

Montessori Students Learn About Planets

January 8, 2012 Montessori K-3 has been working on the solar system. Students learned that there are nine planets in our solar system; however, one of the planets is a dwarf plane. more »»

CAHF, JCC Students Join Forces To Travel To Mars

January 8, 2012 CAHF middle school students and the physics students at JCC went on a field trip together to the Challenger Center in Olean. more »»

Pre-K Students Use Kit To Learn About Patterns

January 8, 2012 Students in Montessori Pre-K have been learning about tessellations using the GEMS Build-It-Kit. Tessellations are a pattern of figures that fill a space with no overlaps or gaps. more »»

Hands-On Application

January 1, 2012 Jamestown High School graduate Casey Love, a third-year electrical engineering major at RIT, recently worked with a Rochester company developing new technologies that will shape the future of many... more »»

The Afterschool Technology Connection

January 1, 2012 For those students who can’t take a robotics course during the school day, or are just looking for an afterschool activity, JHS offers a Robotics Clu. more »»

Beautifying Downtown

December 18, 2011 Washington Middle School fifth- and sixth-grade students helped decorate their community by painting sport-orientated toy soldiers in the windows of the Chautauqua County Sports Hall of Fame. more »»

Washington Seventh-Graders Mentor Younger Math Students

December 18, 2011 Washington Middle School seventh-grader Klandya Mettler rolled the dice as she played “Multiplication Roll ‘Em” with fifth-grader Andrea Hayes during supervisory period in Jill Smeraldo’s class. more »»

Washington Students Benefit From Orchestra

December 18, 2011 “We are going to start off tonight’s performance with the backline playin. more »»

Science Teachers Collaborate To Benefit Students

December 18, 2011 “Today we are learning about thermal expansion. What does thermal expansion mean?” asked Washington Middle School science teacher Sebastian DiNapol. more »»

 
 
 

 

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