Bridget Simpson of Mineville received a master of business administration degree.
Group to visit Europe in 2014
A Crown Point teacher recently led a group of local students and adults on a tour of Costa Rica. Jayna Andersen led the nine-day Education First adventure.
Burgoyne Grill to aid Ticonderoga, Crown Point
The Best Western Burgoyne Grill in Ticonderoga will assist a pair of local schools this summer.
Performances May 17-19
The Moriah Central School Drama Club will present “The Princess Who Had No Name” Friday, May 17, at 7 p.m., Saturday, May 18, at 7 p.m. and Sunday, May 19, at 2:30 p.m.
St. Mary’s School in Ticonderoga is now registering students for the 2013-2014 school year in grades pre-k through 8.
Fort Ticonderoga recently received a GO Grant enabling Director of Education Rich Strum to present at the New York State Council for the Social Studies 75th Annual Conference held in Rye Brook.
Essex County is looking to better help parents keep their young children safe while on the roads.
25 positions eliminated or reduced
Facing a $540,000 budget gap, the Ticonderoga Central School board of education was forced to make tough decisions when preparing the proposed 2013-14 budget. The spending plan calls for the elimination of 11.6 full-time equivalent jobs and cuts in academic programs.
Michael Badger a sophomore homeland security major from Moriah, was honored for excelling academically at SUNY Canton’s 2013 Honors Convocation.
Spending plan similar to current budget
Difficult choices the past five years are now paying dividends for the Crown Point Central School District. The proposed 2013-14 Crown Point budget maintains all existing programs and staff. There are no cuts.
Teaching positions restored in proposed plan
Schroon Lake Central School’s proposed 2013-14 budget meets the state-mandated tax cap while restoring teaching positions cut a year ago.
Increased state aid, retired debt help proposed budget
After several years of struggling to meet the state-mandated tax cap, Moriah Central School caught a break as it prepared its proposed 2013-14 budget. Moriah’s state aid for next academic year is up $318,520.
Spending plan maintains programs, staff
Thanks to a reprieve from New York State, the proposed 2013-14 Putnam Central School budget meets the state-mandated tax cap.
Students, adults make western trek
A group of Ticonderoga students and adults made a trip through the western U.S. during the school’s April break. While it was a vacation, there was little time to rest.
Schroon Lake also among the nation’s best, magazine reports
Ticonderoga High School has again been ranked as one of the best in the nation. Ti High was awarded a silver medal by U.S. News and World Report magazine in its annual ranking of the country’s best schools. It’s the fourth straight year the school has been honored.