Colonie Central grad and cellist inducted into school's Hall of Fame
Kenneth Olsen has been the assistant principal cellist for the symphony for the past eight years. Because of his accomplishments, Olsen is joining two other alumni to be inducted in the Colonie Central High School Hall of Fame this year.
Eight-month search yields Maureen Long, currently at Scotia-Glenville
The Menands School District Board of Education has selected Maureen A. Long as superintendent after an eight-month search.
Steve O’Connor performed Heimlich maneuver on Roessleville first-grader
Last Wednesday seemed like just a typical day for Roessleville Elementary School Custodian Steve O’Connor. Students were packed into the school’s cafeteria, enjoying their food and talking with one another. O’Connor was dumping some of the lunchroom’s garbage when he noticed one of the first-graders jumping up and grabbing her throat.
Project at county offices will cost $87k more due to delay
Renovations paving the way for Schenectady County Community College to fill a floor at the Albany County’s offices can now officially begin, after some lawmakers questioned the contractor’s legitimacy.
Learning tool eight years in the making
On Tuesday, June 4, faculty, students and parents gathered at RCS High School for a dedication ceremony and open house to showcase the school’s new greenhouse.
Guilderland students bring historical figures to life at Living Museum
Stepping into a museum and having the famous faces come to life isn’t just a Hollywood fantasy for the silver screen. Guilderland High School students offered a chance to step into the fantasy.
Guilderland veteran receives his high school diploma 50 years later
Guilderland Central School District awarded Robert Lynch, a 69-year-old Vietnam veteran, his high school diploma through Operation Recognition, which is a program allowing certain veterans to apply to receive a diploma if they didn't graduate from high school.
RCS students build floating creations for second Recyclable Boat Regatta
Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk High School students in Scott Peck’s Design and Drawing for Production course constructed boats complete with oars or paddles capable of powering an operator 75 yards across Lawson Lake for the district's Recyclable Boat Regatta.
‘Composer to Center Stage’ brings songwriting to students, courtesy Albany Symphony Orchestra
It isn’t always an easy task to get kids excited about literacy, but one local school recently teamed up with the Albany Symphony Orchestra to combine reading with the medium of music.
Announcement comes day after school budget, board vote
The Bethlehem Central School District’s Board of Education is a member short after the sudden departure of one of its members.
Colonie Central High School senior Josh Murphy’s design placed on billboard
Murphy’s slogan “Don’t Text and Drive - It Can Wait” and an image of the iconic iPhone text message symbol was chosen as the winning design for an anti-distracted driving billboard contest sponsored by the CCHS Art Department and Lamar Graphics.
Guilderland students helping to expand Pine Bush habitat
Students from Farnsworth Middle School are helping to monitor an area near the Albany Pine Bush Preserve. Guilderland seventh-grade students were brought just past the City of Albany’s Rapp Road Landfill, where they looked for signs of life native to the Pine Bush at restored portions of land.
School district seeks to overturn decision that halted property sale
The Bethlehem Central School District is suing the town Zoning Board of Appeals over a decision that halted the sale of its 90 Adams Place property to daycare provider School’s Out, Inc.
Environmental Fair at Five Rivers explores the present and past
Five Rivers Environmental Education Center hosted more than 600 students from around 10 Capital District elementary schools during the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation’s three-day Environmental Fair.
Spur-of-moment snapshot to be displayed in halls of U.S. Capitol
For the next year, Shaker High School senior Mitchell Aragona's photo will be on display at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C., after being chosen as the winner of the 2013 Congressional Art Competition for the 20th District of New York through Congressman Paul Tonko.
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