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October 20, 2018



Literacy Coalition of Oswego County Partners With Weston T. Hyde Foundation

The Literacy Coalition of Oswego County (LCOC) has partnered with the Weston T. Hyde Oswego County Educational Foundation to assist in securing funding for LCOC services, it was announced by Jon Spaulding, president of the LCOC Leadership Council. “By working with the Hyde Foundation, we have the advantages of representation by a tax-exempt 501 (c)

Literacy Coalition of Oswego County Event, Sept. 24, Celebrates ‘One World, Many Stories’

The Literacy Coalition of Oswego County (LCOC), is hosting a free literacy event, “One World, Many Stories,” 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the Oswego YMCA Armory, 265 W. 1st St., it was announced by Jeanne Cieszeski, event planning team chairperson. “The event promises to be a wonderful celebration of literacy and the joy of

Cayuga CC Receives $25k Grant to Develop Learning Communities to Increase Student Retention and Success

The College will use the money to help cover the costs of training and planning time for faculty and campus leaders to create developmental learning communities. Learning communities create a cohort of students who are enrolled in the same course or courses and often focus on a common reading or the same major theme across a variety of academic disciplines.

The Gardens at APW Continue to Benefit Local Food Pantries

Joining Toni Pugliano’s Science, Society and You class are students in Janet Campbell’s Biology class for a little weeding in the community garden. The gardens were relocated from their spot near the transportation department to a sunny location near the science classrooms, due to the capital project construction in and around the High School. Students in Eric Lanious’ photography class took the weeding opportunity to snap a few photos of the students at work.Students in Toni Pugliano’s Science, Society and You class at Altmar-Parish-Williamstown (APW) High School have continued to care for and nurture the community garden begun last year when the APW Educational Foundation awarded a grant to the science department that covered the initial start-up costs.

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