Expanding on her Fulton City School District career, Gina Salerno was recently named the new Granby Elementary School principal. With more than 16 years of experience in the school district, Salerno first began her FCSD career teaching kindergarten at Lanigan Elementary School before she taught grades three, five and one.
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Broomsticks lined the entryway, welcoming Fulton City School District’s ninth graders into the magical place of G. Ray Bodley High School. They were welcomed by GRB Principal Donna Parkhurst, who played to the Harry Potter-themed day by wearing a wizard’s hat and utilizing a wand, with one clear message: the high school is a warm, fun place where they will achieve their best with a lot of hard work and perseverance.
Near silence and bare hallways accompanied Oswego High School’s ninth graders during their opening day of the 2018-19 school year.
Fulton City School District staff members were rallied by Superintendent Brian Pulvino during the 2018-19 opening day events to carry their energy, passion and determination throughout the school year.
OSWEGO – The Oswego City School District opened its doors to thousands of smiling faces in pre-kindergarten through ninth grade on Sept.5. The remaining students in grades 10-12 were set to join the 2018-19 school year Sept. 6. Pictured are twins Layla and Sadie Wilson, who held hands as they visited and hugged their kindergarten
The Oswego City School District has welcomed some of its youngest students to the 2018-19 school year with an orientation event to help them become more comfortable as they begin their OCSD educational journey.
District administrators were on hand to greet the new educators during an orientation session held at Emerson J. Dillon Middle School.
Accompanied by their parents, guardians and some siblings, Oswego City School District’s ninth graders flocked to the Oswego High School theater to adapt to the transition of their final four years with the district.
The Fulton City School District recently hosted an orientation event for the 26 new teachers that administrators welcomed just in time for the beginning of the 2018-19 school year.
Principal Stephen Dunn and Assistant Principal Patrick Keefe welcomed students and parents into the building, where they reviewed expectations and graduation requirements.