Students at Fairgrieve Elementary School in the Fulton City School District are expected to remain on their best behavior throughout the year as part of the school’s list of behavioral expectations. This week, as part of the school’s daily Morning Express assembly, students have been learning what their behavioral expectations are throughout different areas of the school.
Al Roker, SUNY Oswego’s most visible alumnus, plans to bring his NBC “Today” show segments to campus Oct. 16. Long an ardent and generous supporter of his alma mater, the “Today” co-anchor and weather and feature anchor also plans to take part in the college’s 10th annual Lewis B. O’Donnell Media Summit at 2:30 p.m. Oct. 16 in the Marano Campus Center arena and convocation hall.
Today (Sept. 18), the Hon. Daniel King, Acting Oswego County Court Judge, issued a scheduling letter permitting the Oswego County District Attorney’s Office to file a full and complete response to the CPL 440.30 motion filed by Gary Thibodeau on or before October 10, 2014. The court is permitting the People to respond to both the original motion filed by Thibodeau’s attorneys on July 30, 2014, as well as the Supplemental Affirmations filed on August 26, 2014.
Catholic Charities of Oswego County is hosting “Grape Expectations,” a wine tasting fundraiser on Sept. 28, from 3 to 6 p.m. at the River Vista Center, 810 S. First St., Fulton.
Actor and director Milton Loayza of SUNY Oswego’s modern languages and literatures faculty will join forces with video/lighting designer Barry Steele to bring to life the stories of influential Argentine writer Julio Cortázar in a performance at 7:30 p.m. Sept. 30, in the Sheldon Hall ballroom. In “Don’t Blame Anyone” — the presentation shares the title of one of Cortázar’s short stories — Loayza and Steele will work together to show the audience Cortázar tales that Time Magazine says “can induce the kind of chilling unease that strikes like a sound in the night.”