Phoenix Central School District student Mike Sadoski recently was the recipient of the National Football Foundation Scholar Athlete Award. This award was recognized at an annual dinner sponsored by the National Football Foundation.
Students from the Center for Instruction, Technology and Innovation are working together to renovate the gazebo that resides at Pulaski’s South Park.
Starting February 29, the Fulton Amateur Radio Club will host a 10-week General license class. It is for those holding a Technician license.
“Best for Vets: Business Schools,” a ranking compiled by Military Times publications, recently named SUNY Oswego’s School of Business to the list for 2016. Oswego came in at 47th among only 77 schools of business that made the list nationwide. Military Times considered only colleges and universities offering graduate business degrees.
The Oswego County Humane Society will hold its “Be Mine” Adoption Day on February 14 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Oswego PetSmart store in Lowe’s Plaza.
The top academic students at Fulton Junior High School are as follows:
The Afiara Quartet, a dynamic and award-winning strings ensemble, will perform as part of SUNY Oswego’s Ke-Nekt Chamber Music Series at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 24, in Sheldon Hall ballroom.
Students in grades one through six lined the school halls as they saluted and cheered the kindergarten royalty during the annual Kings and Queens parade. The kindergartners dazzled in crowns, robes and sashes as they waved to their kingdom before heading back to their classrooms.
The Center for Instruction, Technology and Innovation recently announced the “Top Three” students from each Career and Technical Education program.
Students are awarded a gold star for achieving a quarterly report card average of 90 or higher. A silver star is earned for a quarterly average of 85 to 89.99.