The village of East Syracuse Parks and Recreation Department has announced it will offer the following programs during spring break for school-aged children.
Learning to volunteer their time to help others is an important part of the curriculum for students at Bishop Grimes Sr./Jr. School — so much so that it’s even a requirement for graduation.
The Enders Road Elementary School gymnasium was recently transformed into a gymnastics center, outfitted with thick, cushy mats covering much of the hardwood floors and climbing ropes dangling from the ceiling.
Dr. John Endres, owner of Compassionate Care Veterinary Hospital of Manlius, will present an American Red Cross Pet First Aid/CPR/Emergency Preparedness course from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, March 28, at the Fayetteville Fire Department, 425 E. Genesee St., Fayetteville.
Christian Brothers Academy presents “Hello Dolly” on Friday, March 27 and Saturday, March 28 at 7 p.m. at Nottingham High School.
Jamesville-DeWitt and Fayetteville-Manlius school districts have been recognized for being in the top 100 school districts in New York state, according to a list developed by research analyst company Niche.
Superintendent says project is about $82,000 under budget so far
The Jamesville-DeWitt school district has approved the bids for the general construction and electrical phases of the $3.1 million capital project that will add a turf field and replace stadium lights to the main athletic facility at the high school.
Onondaga County Parks is offering an American Red Cross lifeguard training and certification course beginning with a pre-screening skills evaluation on Saturday April 4, with classes to start on Monday April 6 at Jamesville-DeWitt Middle School.
Onondaga Community College announced that it has appointed Lisa R. Moore as vice president of development and executive director of the OCC Foundation.
District officials said no decision has been made regarding boys' basketball program
More than 200 Jamesville-DeWitt community residents, students and former players attended the March 16 meeting of the J-D Board of Education to show their support of Bob McKenney, the varsity boys' basketball coach who is reportedly being forced to leave his position. Mark Schulman, president of the board of education, made a statement in the beginning of the meeting, which was moved to the high school auditorium because of the expected large turnout, that the board would take comments from the public, but would not make any decisions regarding the boys' basketball program that night.
A former high school and college athlete will share with the Fayetteville-Manlius community how his use of drugs and alcohol negatively impacted the choices he made as a student and later in life as an adult.
Fayetteville-Manlius High School students to hold dance marathon to raise money for Camp Good Days and Special Times
On Saturday, March 21, from 4 to 8 p.m., Fayetteville-Manlius High School, along with campers from Camp Good Days and Special Times, will collaborate for Dance Marathon 2015 (FM DM).
Petition gains more than 1450 signatures in one day
A change.org petition in support of Bob McKenney, the varsity coach for the Jamesville-DeWitt boys basketball team, has gained more than 1450 signatures over the course of one day.
The Onondaga County Sheriff Office reports that detectives assigned to the Sheriff’s Abused Persons Unit have charged the Jamesville-DeWitt substitute teacher Paul Haley again after additional victims came forward.
Jamesville-DeWitt High School has announced that students Tal Shahar Frieden, Marion K. Maxwell and Andrew Bryant McVearry have been selected as finalists in the 2015 National Merit Scholarship program.