Students in Toni Pugliano’s Science, Society and You class at Altmar-Parish-Williamstown (APW) High School have continued to care for and nurture the community garden begun last year when the APW Educational Foundation awarded a grant to the science department that covered the initial start-up costs.
Students at Altmar-Parish-Williamstown High School spent several hours working to clean up nearby Riverside Cemetery in Altmar recently in recognition of Earth Day and as part of the community service component of their Social Studies 12 – Economics and Participation in Government class taught by Steve Prusack.
APW Middle School Students Learn to be “SAF KIDS” Students in APW Middle School’s Family and Consumer Science Classes were recently visited by Kristi Taylor and Nikki McDermott, staff members from Oswego County Opportunities Services to Aid Families (SAF) Program. Taylor and McDermott were there to educate and inform students about many of the
Students at Parish Elementary School (PES) in the Altmar-Parish-Williamstown (APW) School District rallied behind the Make-A-Wish Foundation (MAW), and in the process must have developed writer’s cramp with all of the letters they wrote. Cindy Mueller, a parent volunteer who collected the letters from the school will deliver them to Macy’s along with others she
“The Sights, Sounds and Scents of Christmas,” the delightful title of this year’s Altmar Elementary School (AES) Holiday Concert, was a treat for the senses and audiences were left with a gift of Holiday Spirit following the packed performances. AES Principal Denise Penoyer welcomed those attending the concert and thanked the many individuals who worked
The Altmar-Parish-Williamstown High School Science Club is the recipient of a $750.00 grant from the ExxonMobil Educational Alliance Program. Convenience Express in Parish works closely with the Science Club at the high school and helps ensure the initiatives of this group are recognized for the continued enrichment of the students’ scientific experiences at the commencement
Altmar-Parish-Williamstown alumnus and now published childrenâ€™s author Jacqueline (Fitzgerald) Heistman came back to her hometown to share her journey and speak to students at her elementary school alma mater. Fresh off the press, but two years in the making, her book titled The Adventures of Tommy The Tailless Squirrel rings home a very important message
A select group of Altmar-Parish-Williamstown Middle School chorus members sang the National Anthem before a sold out crowd at the Syracuse Crunch Hockey game held at the War Memorial recently. The district has participated in â€œCrunch Nightâ€ for several years where tickets are made available for students in the district for a certain home game.
- A popular activity at the People As Reading Partners event at Parish Elementary School was the LeapMat. The game challenged students to spell words by touching the matâ€™s letters. Pictured are (left to right): McKenzie Kornbluth, Zach Johnson and event volunteer, Cailey Roberts.