At the FCSD board meeting held in late October, the Board of Education officially addressed and unanimously passed the resignation of current Superintendent of Schools, William Lynch for the purpose of retirement. After serving 11 years as superintendent for Fulton school district, Lynch will be replaced starting July 1, 2016.
During a recent assembly, Volney Elementary School celebrated students who exemplified the character trait of gratitude throughout the month of November. Principal Todd Terpening encouraged all students to show appreciation for things and people.
Fairgrieve Elementary School students who have exemplified all expectations of respect, responsibility, safety and problem solving throughout the first marking period recently received a Principal’s Award during a Morning Express program.
Students’ lessons on Native American cultures throughout both special and core areas, including English Language Arts, social studies, music and art, culminated with the creation of handcrafted instruments, small-scale longhouses and masks.
“SUNY Oswego stands ready to assist our community,” Stanley said. “The direct loss of jobs if the James A. FitzPatrick Nuclear Power Plant closes would be one blow, but as it rippled through our economy, many other jobs would be threatened as the salaries and taxes associated with the mothballed plant and its employees disappeared.”
On Nov. 28 at 2:12 a.m., Joshua O. Kranz, 27, of 386 Bull Run Road, Altmar, was arrested following a multi-county pursuit. The chase began after an incident on US Route 11 in the town of Richland when the vehicle Kranz was operating nearly struck a Pulaski Village Police Officer. It ended on State Route 69 in the town of Camden, Oneida County.
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