Students: June 20, 2013
Academic achievements by students from around the North Country.
Tupper Lake, Minerva, Newcomb school budgets pass
Second tries proved successful, though a bus proposition failed for Tupper.
City teens uncowed by rural visit
Some of the College for Every Student scholars from New York City visited a farm, touching a bovine for the first time; they also visited the SUNY Plattsburgh and Clinton Community College campuses.
Durnin wins open seat on NACS board
Will fill unexpired term that runs through June 2015
- Students: June 18, 2013 Academic achievements by students from the North Country.
Forum airs state-test frustrations
Area teachers, parents and school officials gathered recently at AuSable Valley Central to discuss the state's new controversial assessments and related mandates.
Test forum panelists call for action
Panelists at AuSable Valley Central School's recent forum on state testing urged the public to voice their concerns to the State Education Department.
Essex County tourism shows effective marketing
More visitors are coming to the region in response to Internet information and social media than ever before.
Locals join Albany rally against testing, data collection
Proposed law would require parental consent for schools to share individual student information.
Two seek one NAC Board seat
Claire Bosley Lambert and Shirley Durnin are vying for the unexpired seat of Stephen Peryea on the Northern Adirondack Central School Board; a special election takes place Monday.
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- Students: June 20, 2013