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OCAY League explores 'Greek' life

November 17th, 2017
Lani Camp, Public Relations

Classical Greece is said to be the start of Western Civilization. From language to art, theater to geometry, the Greeks left a lasting legacy. Students from eight school districts across Oswego County came together to test their knowledge of “Greek life.” Students were tested on their knowledge of Greek history and mythology in a series of six quizzes, memorized and recited a poem from the ...

Make Sense Shop Hosts Thanksgiving Feast

November 16th, 2017
Lani Camp, Public Relations

Students and staff at the Make Sense Shop held their annual Thanksgiving Feast to say ‘thank you’ to the districts and their staff who support the program and to provide students an opportunity to showcase their shop and café to district personnel and invited guests. The Make Sense Shop is a learning center operated by the Pulaski Academy and Central Schools, in cooperation with the Cam...

Sandy Creek Students are On Fire for Chemistry

November 1st, 2017
Naomi Himes

Sandy Creek High School students won’t soon forget a recent chemistry class that demonstrated scientific concepts of dehydration, combustion, decomposition and redox. Following appropriate safety procedures, students volunteered to hold bubbles lit on fire and not get burned. This combustion reaction involves the chemical methane and bubbles produced by water vapor and oxygen gas mixed wit...

Fire Safety Presentation at Sandy Creek Elementary School

October 23rd, 2017
Lani Camp, Public Relations

Members of a local fire department visited Sandy Creek Elementary School where they spoke to students about fire safety. The students learned to stop, drop, cover your face and roll if they ever catch fire. The volunteers from the Sandy Creek Fire Department also talked with students about the importance of establishing a safe meeting place in the event that their house caught fire and the...

Sandy Creek Elementary Open House Draws Huge Numbers

September 25th, 2017
Lani Camp, Public Relations

The annual Sandy Creek Elementary Open House drew large numbers of students and their families to the school on Sept. 21. Visitors toured the building, visited classrooms and viewed student work in classes and throughout the hallways. Superintendent of Schools, Kyle Faulkner greets the Pecha family at the entrance to the school. Pictured, left to right are: Faulkner, Kyle Pecha holding youngest...



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