Fifty educators and students from the Adirondack region played a prominent role at the College For Every Student (CFES) National Conference in Burlington, VT. The two-day event gathered 430 educators, students, community and corporate leaders representing 78 schools and 32 colleges across the United States and Ireland. The event, titled “One Million More,” focused on strategies to help one million more low-income students attain post-secondary education and become workforce ready by 2025.
CVES students received a firsthand look at history with the excavation of a time capsule.
Two local schools recently changed out of their traditional colors and went pink to help support cancer awareness and research.
The Willsboro Drama Club (WDC) will present the classic musical “Peter Pan” in a series of four performances this month.
On Oct. 17th the Peru Lions Club, in cooperation with the Keeseville Elementary School, held a free eye screening for children in kindergarten.
The Dollar General Literacy Foundation has awarded the Saranac Lake High School Library Media Center a $3,000 grant to support youth literacy.
At a recent school board meeting, the Elizabethtown-Lewis Central School District Board of Education received positive news regarding the school’s roof renovation currently underway.
As the North Country comes alive with the sound of gunshots, the state’s Department of Conservation has launched a publicity campaign to remind the public of a pair of hunting-related initiatives designed to broaden interest in the state’s sporting industry.
The Common Core has been a controversial topic for educators, parents, students, and political leaders.
This July, approximately 120 teachers from across the North Country gathered at Champlain Valley Educational Services (CVES), Beekmantown and Willsboro schools to participate in one or more summer institutes with their colleagues.
This will be the last call for volunteers to assist Elizabethtown-Lewis Central School with the construction of their new green classroom.
Adirondack Community Action Programs, Inc. (ACAP) is pleased to announce that its Advantage After School program has received funding.
Students, families and community members, mark your calendars to join ELCS on Sept. 27 and 28 for the actual construction of the school’s Green Classroom.
As students go back to school with stories about what they did over the summer break, nine students from the Adirondacks will return with much more than a story.
Notice is hereby given that the annual Fire Inspection for 2014 of the Elizabethtown-Lewis Central School...