CiTi construction technology students are helping to build ramps for the ARISE Oswego County Ramp Program. The ramps will be built individually in sections and then assembled later on the site of qualified applicant homes belonging to persons with disabilities.
Seventeen Pulaski High School students received honors from the Scholastic Art Competition of Central New York. “I am thrilled to have seventeen artworks selected from Pulaski in this year’s award show,” said art teacher Karen Backus. “This is an unprecedented number of talented students.”
The newest residents of the town of Mexico received quite the introduction to the community during a ceremony held Saturday at Mexico Middle School. United States Army SFC Jeffery Hackett and his family were greeted by dozens family members, friends, local politicians and soon-to-be neighbors who thanked Hackett for his military service, which has left the veteran permanently injured.
Music, dancing, lights, and squeals of delight filled the Altmar-Parish-Williamstown Elementary School gymnasium as the APW Parent/Teacher/Student Association sponsored Glow-in-the-dark Dance lit up the night on Jan. 23.