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Eastman Organists' Day at UB on Friday, 1/27.

Eastman Organists' Day at UB on Friday, 1/27.
Campus:
North Campus
Date:
1/27/12
Time:
7:30 p.m.
Cost:
$10 adults/ $5 students, senior citizens, UB faculty, staff & alumni.
Sponsor:
UB Department of Music
Contact:
Concert Office 645-2921 (janus@buffalo.edu)
Web site:
http://www.slee.buffalo.edu Calendar
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New Programs at Nativity of Mary School

New Programs at Nativity of Mary School

Nativity of Mary School, in Clarence, is proud to announce the introduction of new classes to the curriculum. Recognizing the need to prepare our students to be the best in their future careers, the eighth grade students are enrolled in a three part course of study that includes career development, debate and public speaking. The courses cover a wide range of topics including resume writing, skill development in speech delivery and effective listening, and how to set goals to selecting the right personal career choice.

Also introduced this fall was Regents Earth Science which consists of both a lab and lecture component. Lecture time will introduce concepts in geology, astronomy and meteorology. While the laboratory experience provides students with the opportunity to develop the scientific inquiry techniques that coincide with the subject matter.

Come Get Stuck on St. Ben's School

Come Get Stuck on St. Ben's School

On Sunday, January 29, 2012, St. Benedict School invites families with students in grades PK3-8 to come and visit our school in person! Come and see how learning comes alive. You will experience the vitality that comes with a community that cares. In fact, community service is woven into our program at each grade level beginning in PK3.  Our academic performance is excellent as we prepare our students for the academic challenges of High School. We educate the whole person spiritually, academically, physically and socially.

Appearance by MLK’s Nephew Highlights MLK Day Activities at NU

Appearance by MLK’s Nephew Highlights MLK Day Activities at NU

Niagara University will present a full slate of activities on Monday, Jan. 16, in observance of the federal holiday that marks the birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Non-Denominational Preschool Welcomes Visitors

Non-Denominational Preschool Welcomes Visitors

A Statement Released by the Clarence Co-Operative Nursery School

CLARENCE, NY - Space is currently available in our 3- and 4-year-old morning program for the 2012-2013 school year. 

OPEN HOUSE

9675 MAIN STREET

CLARENCE, NEW YORK 14031

Wednesday January 11, 2012

6:30 pm. 

Please call the school at 408-0498 or visit our website if you have any questions.

 

About CCNS
CCNS is a non-denominational preschool located in the upper level of the First Presbyterian Church of Clarence. Our high-quality program provides each child with an opportunity to participate in creative play and learning activities.  Your child will be scaffolded by a wonderful and experienced teacher.  Our class sizes are small with a high adult-to-child ratio.

 

Sweet Home School Board Recognized for Regional Partnership

Sweet Home School Board Recognized for Regional Partnership

The Sweet Home Central School District was recognized for their longstanding efforts to regionally partner with neighboring school districts through a collaborative known as Erie 1 Board of Cooperative Educational Services (BOCES). Board of Education members were present at Erie 1 BOCES Northtowns Academy in Tonawanda as they heard from a Sweet Home resident, Rashaad Rogers, and accepted a plaque on behalf of the district.

Approximately 70 Sweet Home Central School District students attend BOCES instructional programs for alternative education, career and technical education and special education. Through this collaborative partnership, the school district has been able to contain spending while affording students additional opportunities for learning.  Fifty-eight of those students are enrolled in 17 of BOCES' 27 career and technology programs. From dental labs to electrical systems, BOCES provides classes at three, state-of-the-art, regionally-based centers.

Erie 1 BOCES and Amherst Collaborate to Find Cost Efficiencies

Erie 1 BOCES and Amherst Collaborate to Find Cost Efficiencies

School Board Recognized for Regional Partnership

Erie 1 BOCES and Amherst Collaborate to Find Cost Efficiencies

The Amherst Central School District was recognized for their longstanding efforts to regionally partner with neighboring school districts through a collaborative known as Erie 1 Board of Cooperative Educational Services (BOCES). Board of Education members were present at Erie 1 BOCES Northtowns Academy in Tonawanda as they watched a video address from Amherst student, Erin Wos, and accepted a plaque on behalf of the district.

Erin Wos is a senior at Amherst Central High School and is enrolled in Erie 1 BOCES' Introduction to Nursing program at the Harkness Career & Technical Center in Cheektowaga. She spoke to the Amherst School Board about the opportunities afforded to her by attending the regional program.