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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 »»

Science In The Art Room

December 11, 2011 Close your eyes for a moment and imagine traveling beyond our planet’s atmosphere and sailing through the unfamiliar realm of outer space. more »»

Students Show Off Native American Projects

December 11, 2011 Fifth-graders in Ms. Susan Waite’s social studies classes studied four different regions of Native Americans: Northwest Coast, Plains, Southwest and Eastern Woodlands. more »»

Southwestern Elementary Teachers Care And Share

December 11, 2011 The Southwestern Teachers’ Association volunteered their time on Tuesday, Nov. 29 from 4 to 8 p.m. to ring bells at Wal-Mart and Sam’s Club for the Salvation Army’s annual holiday Red Kettle Campaign. more »»

There’s No Business Like ‘Snow Business’

December 11, 2011 With another Western New York winter nearly upon us, we’re reminded that there’s no business like snow busines. more »»

Butterfly Unit Gives Students An Up-Close Look At Life

December 11, 2011 ‘‘Beautiful and graceful, varied and enchanting, small but approachable, butterflies lead you to the sunny side of life. And everyone deserves a little sunshine.’’ — Jeffrey Glassberg. more »»

Students Thriving

December 4, 2011 ‘‘Did you know that Belgrade Square is a real place? Do you know in what country Belgrade is located?’’ asked Suzuki Strings teacher Pete Lindblom to his Bush Elementary School fourth-grade student. more »»

UPK Students Learn More About Opossums

December 4, 2011 “Can you smell the cat food?” asked Bush Elementary School teacher Terry Smith to her Universal Prekindergarten students. more »»

Bush PTA Provides Opportunities For Kids

December 4, 2011 Bush Elementary School third graders from Mary Neumann-Ceminilli’s class recently met Bobby and Buddy, two horses from Crackerjack Farms in Bemus Point. more »»

Special Services Help Bush Elementary School Students With Their Individual Needs

December 4, 2011 “Let’s practice our handwriting,” said Occupational Therapist Jeanine Dearman to a small group of Bush Elementary School students. “Now, watch me. more »»

Discovering Nature

November 20, 2011 If you drove by 100 Acre Park recently you may have seen rabbits, salamanders, deer, cardinals, chipmunks and spiders photographing, writing, observing, graphing and exploring nature. more »»

Foster Grandparents Help Ring Students

November 20, 2011 ‘‘Heard. Say the word first, and then spell it,’’ said Grandma Joyce Fonti to a second-grader. ‘‘I heard it through the grapevine.’’ ‘‘Heard. H-E-A-R-D,’’ said Emma. more »»

Ring Students Learn All About Honey Bees From American Queen

November 20, 2011 “How many eggs does the Queen bee lay a day?” “1,500 eggs! “How many does she lay in her lifetime?” “Two million!” said the Ring Elementary School students during a recent visit by the American... more »»

Ring Kindergartners Use Technology To Assist Learning

November 20, 2011 ‘‘Today we will work with our word wall words,’’ said Ring Elementary School kindergarten teacher Tessa Johnson. ‘‘First, let’s swipe the iPad board clean with your finger. more »»

Advanced Learning

November 6, 2011 “Take a minute with B and B! Welcome to our show. more »»

 
 
 

 

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