The following students received honors...
The schoolyard and halls were filled with excitement of community and school members coming together for the annual Family and Community Night at Westport Central School on May 9.
Crown Point Central School has named its third quarter honor roll.
Black Watch to be honored June 15
Scotland’s role at Fort Ticonderoga and Scottish heritage will be on display during the sixth annual Scots Day. The event will be held at Fort Ti Saturday, June 15, 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Students at Westport Central School spent a day on the town May 23 learning how to give back to their community.
The Lake Placid Elementary School Drama Club will bring the colorful story of a young boy living as an animal in the wildly zany story of the Disney play the Jungle Book Kids.
Question of the Month
The school participated in an Adopt Your Town Day throughout the town, a program that was expanded from a previous cleanup day at Ballard Park by students in third through sixth grades.
Students qualify for national tournament
Schroon Lake students aim to please. In fact, their aim is so good, a quintet is among the best in the state. Shannon Garland, Sam Foote, Dawson DeZalia, Derek DeZalia and Megan Hall have distinguished themselves as archers.
Willsboro Central School students will give an intimate performance with the audience taking to the stage for their portrayal of modern-day Reginald Rose’s Emmy Award-Winning Classic Drama “12 Angry Jurors.”
Two finalists for the job of Warrensburg Central School District Superintendent have been chosen, and the public is invited to hear their presentations this next week on their initial plans for the school system.
“I had centered my whole life in basketball,” Johnson said to those who attended the grand opening of the College For Every Student Center in Essex May 10. “CFES helped me to re-direct my path and made me focus on school and getting my grades up.”
Members of the Westport Lady Eagles and Elizabethtown-Lewis Lady Lions joined for a Coaches v. Cancer game in Elizabethtown that day, raising $1,000 to go toward cancer research.
An 11th grader from Adirondack NY has been described as possessing an exceptional work ethic, outstanding academic focus and dedication to community service. Recently, he was chosen to attend the West Point Leaders Experience, a precursor to attending the renowned military college.