The Ticonderoga Youth Program will open for the season Monday, July 7, and run the next five weeks through Aug. 8. To help parents get ready for the summer early, the program will be hosting a registration session Tuesday, June 24, from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Armory building.
One by one, members of the Ticonderoga Class of 2014 stood before a panel that held the fate of their last major academic pursuit in their hands.
The summer season kicks off with “Old Friends & New,” a fast-paced concert introducing the 2014 young artists in performances ranging from Broadway to opera, hosted by Artistic Director Darren K. Woods at 8 p.m. at the Oscar Seagle Memorial Theatre.
Graduations, Dean's List Honors
As the days in the 2013-14 school year count down to a close, the Ticonderoga Central School District has announced scheduling for the final two weeks of the year.
In Schroon Lake, the athletic department has been facing this issue, having dropped junior varsity basketball programs and not fielding a modified (typically grades 7-9) baseball team this spring.
Davis has been able to continue to excel in school while dealing with the challenges of being a teenage parent, which led him to decide on what he would do for his senior school project, which is required for each graduate at Ticonderoga Central School.
In a ceremony on May 13, 48 men and women took the stage at the Ticonderoga High School auditorium to make the transition from student to professional.
Ashley Jean Peters and Katie Gagnon
Local business students were part of 11 schools taking part in the 21st Annual High School Business Day at SUNY Adirondack in Queensbury.
It doesn’t matter what you have done in the past, Gov. Andrew Cuomo wants more when it comes to municipalities working together.
The school, in conjunction with the Essex-based College For Every Student, hosted a College Day celebration at the school with several local colleges on hand to enjoy a day of games, events, music and fun - a key word according to CFES staffer Andrea McDonald.
Local school districts received their own passing grades from the community May 20, as all five districts were given approval to move ahead with the school board-adopted 2014-15 budget plans with accompanying tax levies.
National History day ushers collaboration
Moriah Central School history club students ranging from grades 8 to 12 attended the National History Day competition in Cooperstown.
The Ticonderoga Montcalm Street Partnership (TMSP) recently received a grant for $1,000 from the Stewart’s Shops Holiday Match Program.