Category: Schools

Shortsville resident honored with recognition at Finger Lakes Community College

Shortsville resident honored with recognition at Finger Lakes Community College

A Shortsville student at Finger Lakes Community College received the 2020 Norman R. McConney Jr. Award. Gabrielle Young received the honor which recognizes excellence in the SUNY Educational Opportunity Program. She was nominated by Lisa Thomas who serves as director of the ... MORE
Students push to honor Tubman by naming Auburn HS after historic figure

Students push to honor Tubman by naming Auburn HS after historic figure

Students in Auburn are pushing to change the name of its high school to celebrate one of the most-important figures in American history. A student representative on the Board of Education in the Auburn Enlarged City School District brought up the idea ... MORE
What drives students to continue using essay writing services?

What drives students to continue using essay writing services?

Essay writing is an integral part of a student’s life in the university. Students who cannot write excellent essays by the time they complete their course are not considered good by any standard. Students have realized the importance of using essay writing ... MORE
Schools
Shane Dehn appointed Marion Junior-Senior High School Principal

Shane Dehn appointed Marion Junior-Senior High School Principal

Shane Dehn has been named the new principal at Marion Junior-Senior High School. Dehn’s appointment was approved by the Board of Education at its regular meeting on Jan. 4, 2021. Dehn, who had been serving as interim principal since October, originally came ... MORE
10 tips to balance academic productivity and self care in grad school

10 tips to balance academic productivity and self care in grad school

The high school level of life is easy for many students as they do not have any burden on themselves. But, the graduation level of academics is pretty tough for students to carry on with their work since they are equipped with ... MORE
Schools
Culinary center run by Cayuga Community College set to open in Auburn

Culinary center run by Cayuga Community College set to open in Auburn

Cayuga Community College is targeting a February 1st opening of its culinary center, which is located in downtown Auburn. The opening aligns with when SUNY colleges across the state anticipate seeing in-person learning resume. Specifically, the center will be located on the ... MORE
6 benefits you get if you pay for essay

6 benefits you get if you pay for essay

College years are a hard time for all students: numerous new subjects and many written assignments on almost each of them. Writing an academic paper takes lots of attention, patience, and time. The prime problem is that the majority of students lack ... MORE
Life, Schools
Tips for leading a stress-free life in college

Tips for leading a stress-free life in college

Modern college life is hectic for many students. Full-time and part-time students face similar challenges that stress their minds. They face mountains of homework, parental duties, job responsibilities, and more. All of these factors make college studies stressful.   Fortunately, stress shouldn’t have ... MORE
Life, Schools
Education Life: Top 6 tips for improving your college experience

Education Life: Top 6 tips for improving your college experience

When you go to college, the goal is that you should focus on your academic work. However, you are also likely to face different challenges. The hurdles that you should know how to handle include the pressure to perform well, financial difficulties, ... MORE
Life, Schools
Private Tutor vs School Program

Private Tutor vs School Program

In earlier times, private tutoring has been looked down upon as something that is needed by only those who are not capable of competing with the world. However, times have changed now. More and more people have realized that school curriculums are ... MORE
Schools
Newark juniors win Outstanding Youth Award

Newark juniors win Outstanding Youth Award for building pedestrian bridges

Newark High School juniors Broden Haltiner and Michael Oberdorf built two pedestrian bridges over the summer in Silver Hill Technology Park for their Eagle Scout projects. Both recently received the Outstanding Youth Award from the Newark Chamber of Commerce during a virtual ... MORE
Life, Newark, Schools, Wayne County
5 benefits of choosing a career in criminal justice

5 benefits of choosing a career in criminal justice

Deciding on a career path can be very exciting and overwhelming. One of the in-demand career paths today is a career in the criminal justice system. If you’re interested in having a career in law enforcement or the justice system, getting a ... MORE
Life, Schools
SUNY Cortland offers global literacy conference to virtually connect American, Egyptian teachers

SUNY Cortland offers global literacy conference to virtually connect American, Egyptian teachers

Teaching a child who struggles how to read can be challenging under the best of circumstances. But the COVID-19 pandemic really put global literacy efforts to the test, and educators find themselves evaluating the useful qualities of various online platforms, apps, hardware ... MORE
Bloomfield HS decorates storefronts instead of floats for homecoming week festivities

Bloomfield HS decorates storefronts instead of floats for homecoming week festivities

Homecoming will be celebrated in the Bloomfield Central School District. While the Coronavirus Pandemic has prevented traditional festivities from taking place – the high school there has found a unique way to increase school spirit. Normally, floats would be decorated for a ... MORE
When to get started on your coursework & how to actually write it

When to get started on your coursework & how to actually write it

If you were assigned to prepare a coursework, especially for the first time in your life, you might be asking yourself all kinds of questions. When and where to start? How to handle this task?  In fact, there are several ways to ... MORE
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