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Persell Middle School Holds Family Expo

June 2, 2013 “If we put dry ice in the sink, it is more dense than the air we breathe, so it hovers like you see in the movies or at concerts,” said Mary Maggio, Persell Middle School teacher. more »»

Visual Exercises

May 19, 2013 At a recent Washington Middle School Family Literacy Night, teacher Amy Anderson recited the poem, “Deliver Me,” to Washington familie. more »»

JHS 11th-Graders Find Out What Would Happen If Jay Gatsby Met ...

May 19, 2013 “Are you Jay Gatsby?” Nervously, he replied, “Yes, and who might you be, old sport?” “My name’s Connie,” replied the gir. more »»

Bush School First-Graders Combine ELA With Animal Habitats

May 19, 2013 “In a freshwater habitat, what is animal adaptation?” asked Bush Elementary School first-grade teacher Amanda Sischo. more »»

Character Counts

May 13, 2013 This spring Southwestern High School launched a new phase of a character education program. more »»

Geometry Class Plays With Polygons

May 13, 2013 Mrs. McKotch’s Applied Geometry class recently completed a unit on polygons with a quilt project. more »»

Area Students Perform In All-Eastern Honors Choir

May 13, 2013 Three area students, Kennadee Woods (Panama), Amie Adams (Maple Grove), and Shelby Maberry, a Southwestern High School senior, performed in the All-Eastern Honors Choir at the NAfME Eastern Division... more »»

SWHS Launches Artist Of The Month Honor

May 13, 2013 Southwestern High School art students have a new honor to reach for. Beginning this year, the art teachers are choosing a Student Artist of the Month. more »»

Learning At Lincoln

May 5, 2013 Lincoln Elementary School third-graders in Kim Pannes’ class are busy preparing for a schoolwide Town Meeting presentation on their interdisciplinary unit, “Our Global Family. more »»

Lincoln Elementary School’s PARP Combines Reading With Travel

May 5, 2013 Lincoln Elementary School recently held their PARP (Parents as Reading Partners) Program. more »»

Lincoln Fourth Graders Study Shakespeare

May 5, 2013 Bright costumes, brilliant scenery, hours of practice and students reciting Shakespeare ... sounds like something high school students might do during English clas. more »»

Lincoln Second Graders Use Cow Eyes To Explore More About Their Own Eyes

May 5, 2013 “Today is an exciting day. We are going to examine cow eyes in order to better understand our own eyes,” said Lincoln Elementary School teacher Laura Burstrom to second-graders in Mary Cook’s class. more »»

‘Read Like A Rock Star’

April 21, 2013 We all know it takes a village to raise a child and Fletcher Elementary School has taken that to heart with this year’s Parents as Reading Partners (PARP) program. more »»

Chautauqua Children’s Safety Village Representatives Visit Fletcher Elementary

April 21, 2013 Representatives from the Chautauqua Children’s Safety Education Village visited Fletcher Elementary School students to promote safety in the community. more »»

Fletcher Elementary School Collaborates With Local Agencies To Benefit Students

April 21, 2013 On a typical Thursday at Fletcher Elementary School, you will see students performing science experiments, calculating math problems, reading books, creating art and moving in physical education but... more »»

Education Eruption

April 7, 2013 “What is the purpose of our experiment?” asked Bush Elementary School teacher Tiffany MacCallum to a group of fourth-grade Advanced Learning Program students. more »»

JPS, BOCES Collaborate To Help English Language Learners Excel

April 7, 2013 Washington Middle School seventh- and eighth-grade math teacher DeeDee Schuver is using new strategies in her classroom to help English Language Learners (ELL) excel. more »»

Jefferson, Washington Students Learn About Flight Dynamics

April 7, 2013 Energy, force, lift, drag, thrust, stability, aspect ratio, aeronautics design and flight simulation are all terms Jefferson and Washington Afterschool Program students are now experts in, thanks to... more »»

‘It’s Elementary’

March 17, 2013 “I need you to make predictions on how many drops of water a coin can hold. Put it in writing like this: ‘I think ____ drops for a quarter, ____ drops for a dime and ___ drops for a penny. more »»

Jefferson Teachers Take Leadership Role In Academics

March 17, 2013 “Something I had not thought of before we met in the English Language Arts Super PLCs was to provide Lexile scores to the exploratory groups like music, art, FACS and physical education,” said Norm... more »»



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