The Putnam Central School District pre-k and kindergarten registration will be held Friday, May 8, at the school with no appointment necessary from 9 to 10:30 a.m.
Kindergarten registration and screening for Ticonderoga Elementary School Kindergarten students will take place Tuesday, May 19 through Thursday, May 21.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo said last week's state’s education reforms will be a bedrock of his legacy. But for one powerful union, they’re a disgraceful sham.
The Ticonderoga Central School District Board of Education voted unanimously to let district voters decide on a new capital improvement project to address several issues on its campuses.
The stories and experiences of “the greatest generation” brought a hush over the nearly 300 students at Ticonderoga High School March 26.
Mountainside Christian Academy will be hosting their third annual Lip Sync performance on Friday, April 10.
The Distinguished Young Women Scholarship Program, formerly Junior Miss, will hold a second program this school year as the date of the state program has changed.
Westport Central social studies teacher John "Jack" Thompson has been arrested on a felony charge of unlawful surveillance second degree.
After weeks of rehearsals, Ticonderoga’s 53rd annual Distinguished Young Woman scholarship program will be held Saturday, April 18, 7 p.m., at the Ticonderoga High School auditorium.
Distinguished Young Woman of Crown Point has changed the date of the show from the fall to the spring due to the change in the state program which will held in the summer now.
Adirondack Foundation is offering $113,000 in scholarship opportunities this year to students and families seeking financial aid for higher education.
Following the passage of the state budget on Tuesday, New York’s education system is set to implement some of its most dramatic and fundamental reforms in years.
Hawaiian students visit local school as part of CFES exchange program
On a day when wind chill made the outside temperature feel below zero, six students from Hawaii made their way around the North Country and through the halls of Crown Point Central School.
Moriah Central School eighth grader Jonathan Gibbs made it through the opening rounds of the regional Scripp’s Spelling Bee March 13, watching as others were eliminated through the opening rounds.
A local group of students is hoping to teach their peers about the dangers of bullying and its consequences.