Girl Scout Claudia Chetney and sixth graders throughout the Oswego City School District are asking seniors at Bishop’s Commons “Are you smarter than a sixth grader?” The event taking place on Oct. 9, is part of Chetney’s Bronze Service Award and is modeled after the popular game show on TV. It’s open to the public and will collect canned or non-perishable goods at the door for donation to the local Human Concerns Center and Salvation Army.
Minetto Elementary School sixth graders were in the spotlight at the annual honors program conducted before a cafeteria-packed with parents, friends, family and staff members.
The school year has ended at the Frederick Leighton Elementary School, but as the days wound down the administration and faculty took time to recognize the contributions of many students.
Olivia Flint and Katrina Sharkey were recipients of the Minetto Elementary School â€œPrincipalâ€™s American Citizenship Award.â€
Mariah Metcalf was the recipient of the â€œPrincipalâ€™s American Citizenship Awardâ€ as Charles E. Riley Principal Dr. Randy Richards recognized sixth grade students at the year end ceremony.
One of Trinity Catholic Schoolâ€™s smallest sixth grade classes graduated Tuesday night during a commencement celebration and mass at St. Joseph’s Church. The ceremony marked a stop along one part of the 12 students’ journey, but was also the starting point to the next part of their journey â€“ middle schools in Oswego and other parts of the county.
Kingsford Park Elementary School sixth graders are heading to Oswego Middle School.