The Chateaugay Central School Alumni Fund awarded $500 scholarships to Alexis Beach, daughter of Jane and Scott Beach of Burke, and Corey Hill, son of Laura Hill of Chateaugay. Beach is a member of the National Honor Society and an Academic All-Northern in basketball and soccer, being a team member with the players who made it to New York finals her sophomore year. She is attending SUNY Potsdam, majoring in business administration. Hill earned second-team All-Northern recognition his junior year for baseball and is attending Gainesville State in Georgia, majoring in exercise science. Both received the Deserving Senior Award at graduation.
NY's Common Core corrections under scrutiny locally
Some in the North Country feel the latest recommendations won't fix the issues.
Students to rally for social change
A racial slur on a frat-party list has prompted SUNY Plattsburgh students to respond.
Mountainside Christian Academy Honor Rolls
2013-14 second-quarter Honor Rolls for Mountainside Christian Academy, Schroon Lake.
Keeseville Elementary School Honor Roll.
Second-quarter honor roll for 2013-14 for Keeseville Elementary School
Beekmantown Central School Honor Rolls
Beekmantown Central School Honor Rolls for the second quarter of 2013-14.
School officials say close the Gap
Now that the state boasts a $300 million surplus, it's time to restore aid that was called a one-time cut four years ago, Saranac Lake Central School and others are saying.
Cuomo budget includes education initiatives
Along with partial elimination of the Gap Adjustment, his proposed spending plan would add Universal Pre-K programs and institute a property-tax freeze.
Underage-drinking prevention and enforcement a joint effort
Liquor and Wine Warehouse uses a scanner that detects most fake IDs, but the technology is getting better and better, the owner says.
Most fake IDs come from college students, liquor store owner says
In 2013, 36 SUNY Plattsburgh students were taken to a hospital for treatment resulting from alcohol intoxication, University Police Assistant Chief Jerry Lottie said.
Local developer to chair foundation
Erin M. Hynes takes lead role on Clinton Community College fundraising group.
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