Visit the Amboy 4-H Environmental Education Center, located at 748 State Route 183 near Williamstown, on July 29 at 2 p.m. for an afternoon wildflower program, Blooming Summer Blossoms.
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This summer, the Fulton Family YMCA is empowering young girls through the popular Girls Rock Camp! This program is designed for tween girls to learn values and positive behaviors, in order to make positive life choices.
Mexico High School celebrated the top academic students of each grade level during the 2018 Top 100 Dinner, held recently at the school. The event honored the top 25 students from the 9th, 10th, 11th and 12th grades, with a banquet-style dinner and cake in their honor.
The Mexico Academy and Central School District is embarking on a 1:1 student laptop program to help its students increase their digital literacy and core competencies. MACS Director of Technology Steven Roux said the district will roll out laptops for students in grades two through 12 at the beginning of the 2018-19 school year.
Split into teams of 16, the fourth graders held designated jobs related to preparation, measurements, data analytics and leadership as they worked toward assembling the low-friction vehicles.
The Universal Pre-Kindergarten students showcased their literacy, fine-motor, verbal and social skills during a recent UPK graduation celebration in front of a packed multi-purpose room.
Fulton Community School Summer School will be offered from 9 a.m. to noon July 9 to Aug. 3 at the Fulton Junior High School. The theme this year is “Sweet History, Rich Future,” focusing on the history of chocolate locally and around the world.
The Amboy 4-H Environmental Education Center will present a public program, Frolicking with Frogs on July 11, at 10 a.m. Kids of all ages are invited to get their feet wet, wander in the water and woods, and clack, trill, twang, and grunt with the frog people.
Several Mexico Middle School students were recently honored for their academic, social and behavioral achievements.
“After high school, chemo was a piece of cake.” That message that was found atop of Alicia Carroll’s graduation cap also served as a reminder for her to never give up when things are tough. Her battle with Hodgkin’s lymphoma may have stopped her from walking across the stage this weekend with her fellow G. Ray Bodley High School Class of 2018 graduates, but it has never held her back in becoming successful.