Studio drawing and painting course students along with SUNY 104 Albany college credit Spanish classes attended a cultural presentation designed by foreign exchange student Laura Pérez Maquedano.
Ticonderoga High teachers Brittney Shaw and Lynne Lenhart recently developed an interdisciplinary unit encompassing art and Hispanic culture.
Jay Berube a biology major from Putnam, was a member of the 2013 SUNY Oneonta men’s cross country team.
The Royal Winter Pageant will be held Friday, Dec. 6, at 7 p.m. at the Ticonderoga High School auditorium.
The Learning Arts performs, teaches
Ticonderoga students got a taste of Broadway recently. The Learning Arts, a collaboration of music and education professionals, recently presented “Broadway and Carnegie Hall” to students.
Dec. 7 ceremony set for old Mineville, Moriah bells
A pair of bells — from the old Mineville and Moriah schools — will toll at Moriah Central School thanks to a local Girl Scout. A dedication ceremony for the bells will be held Saturday, Dec. 7, at 1 p.m. at the school. Refreshments will follow in the school cafeteria.
Ticonderoga Central School and St. Mary’s School will dismiss early Tuesday, Dec. 3, because of staff development activities.
Ti, St. Mary’s students selling historic calendars
As Ticonderoga residents look forward to the community’s 250th anniversary, they’re calling on history to help finance the celebration. The First 250 Years Committee is selling 2014 historical calendars. Proceeds from the sale will help pay for the group’s “signature event” during the 2014 celebration.
St. Mary’s School in Ticonderoga has named its Winner’s Card winners for the months of September and October.
Registration open for Jan. 25-26 event
Fort Ticonderoga will present its fourth annual “Material Matters: It’s in the Details” seminar the weekend of Jan. 25-26, 2014.
New SUNY Adirondack president KRistine Duffy talks of launching new career-oriented programs at the region's leading community college — minute before Warren County leaders approved a grant application to build a $30 milliion new science and nursing building for the institution.
State officials hear complaints from parents, teachers, school leaders
The Common Core learning standards are not popular in the North Country. About 300 people attended a forum on the education program with state officials in Schroon Lake Nov. 20, delivering a clear message — they don’t like efforts to standardize learning across the country.
The Ticonderoga Federal Credit Union is again offering local high school seniors the opportunity to win several scholarships toward tuition at a two or four-year accredited college.
Public school instructors from Ticonderoga, Whitehall, Putnam, Fort Ann, Queensbury, Lake George, and Bolton are now trained and equipped to teach Project WILD (Wildlife in Learning Design) in their classrooms.
Shelby Spaulding has been named a Commended Student in the 2014 National Merit Scholarship Program.