News Categories

Featured News - Current News - Archived News - News Categories

School

Article Title: 

Viewing articles 961 to 1000 of 1657 total.
<< Prev<<
151617181920212223242526272829303132333435
>>Next >>
Village of Lewiston Recreation January, February activities
Tue, Jan 17th 2012 02:00 pm
The Village of Lewiston Recreation Department announces the following activities of interest taking place in the months of January and February. All programs are held in the Village of Lewiston Red Brick Municipal Building, North Fourth and Onondaga streets.
Niagara University again offering free tax preparation assistance to Niagara Falls community
Tue, Jan 17th 2012 01:30 pm
Continuing a tradition that has become almost as inevitable as taxes themselves, accounting students from Niagara University's College of Business Administration will again provide free tax preparation assistance to members of the Niagara Falls community this tax season.
'Betsy Potter: Breaking Nature' opens at CAM
Tue, Jan 17th 2012 07:00 am
The Castellani Art Museum of Niagara University's TopSpin Series of exhibitions for emerging regional artists continues with "Betsy Potter: Breaking Nature."
Learn about emergency preparedness
Mon, Jan 16th 2012 11:55 am
Lewiston-Porter High School Partners in Education is hosting Border Community SERVICE of Niagara University for an emergency preparedness presentation on Monday, Jan. 30, at 7 p.m. in the high school library on Creek Road.
Cyber-bullying presentation at Niagara-Wheatfield
Mon, Jan 16th 2012 07:00 am
The Niagara-Wheatfield counseling staff will present a digital awareness and cyber-bullying presentation in conjunction with Northpointe Council from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 19, in the high school's Adult Learning Center.
Tips to better navigate the financial aid frenzy
Sat, Jan 14th 2012 06:40 am
For 2 million-plus college applicants, how to pay for college is always top-of-mind, particularly during today's tough economic times. Competition for much-coveted financial aid remains as fierce as the college admissions process itself, so it's imperative that applicants and their parents know fact from fiction. Below are three common myths about the college financial process, followed by advice for students and their parents.
5 earn awards at DECA competition
Fri, Jan 13th 2012 06:00 pm
Students from Lewiston-Porter High School tested their business acumen against hundreds of others at the Region 12 DECA competition.
'Les Mis' comes to the GIHS stage
Fri, Jan 13th 2012 05:50 pm
Grand Island students are preparing to bring the international musical sensation "Les Misérables" (school edition) to life on the Grand Island stage.
Appearance by Martin Luther King's nephew highlights MLK Day activities at Niagara University
Fri, Jan 13th 2012 07:05 am
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.
Amherst Christian Academy open house
Thu, Jan 12th 2012 03:10 pm
Amherst Christian Academy hosts an open house from 7 until 8:30 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 2.
N-W Student Government sponsors food drive
Thu, Jan 12th 2012 12:25 pm
The N-W High School Student Government is focusing more projects this year on service learning.
Go back to school
Thu, Jan 12th 2012 12:25 pm
The Niagara-Wheatfield Community Education Program has announced its winter/spring 2012 offerings.
NU tourism major awarded two scholarships from Club Managers Association of America
Wed, Jan 11th 2012 06:00 pm
Niagara University announces Stephanie Harmon, a junior majoring in hospitality and tourism management, recently received a pair of scholarships from the Club Managers Association of America. Harmon, a native of Huntsville, Ala., was awarded club management scholarships from CMAA's National Capital and New York state chapters.
Sold-out health care symposium coming to Niagara University Jan. 13
Tue, Jan 10th 2012 12:50 pm
More than 160 individuals, representing 30 local health care organizations, will convene at Niagara University on Friday, Jan. 13, for a symposium addressing ways that organizations are effectively navigating new regulations in health care reform.
Niagara Catholic offering application for $1,000 St. Thomas More Guild Scholarship
Tue, Jan 10th 2012 12:30 pm
Niagara Catholic High School is providing applications to those students interested in applying for the St. Thomas More Guild Scholarship. The organization is a group of Catholic lawyers in the Diocese of Buffalo seeking to emulate the personal principles of St. Thomas More. These principles include honesty, integrity, dedication to profession, family and Catholic faith.
YMCA 2012 'Strong Kids Campaign' begins this week
Tue, Jan 10th 2012 07:00 am
The Niagara Falls branch of YMCA Buffalo Niagara has begun its fundraising effort for the 2012 "Strong Kids Campaign" under the leadership of co-chairs Donald E. Burns and Albert Parker.
Grisanti is first Western New York lawmaker to co-sponsor and support cyber-bullying bill
Tue, Jan 10th 2012 12:40 am
New York State Sen. Mark Grisanti is the first Western New York lawmaker to co-sponsor and support Sen. Jeffery Klein and his fellow members of the Independent Democrats Conference on legislation to crack down on cyber-bulling in New York state.
Youngstown Lions Club announces Neil Riordan Memorial Scholarship
Sat, Jan 7th 2012 07:05 am
The Youngstown Lions Club announces a scholarship in the amount of $500 will be awarded to a graduating 2012 high school senior by the Youngstown Lions Club in memory of the former mayor of Youngstown, Neil Riordan.
MLK Day kids program offered
Fri, Jan 6th 2012 04:10 pm
Children ages 7 through 12 are invited to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day at the History Center of Niagara County on Monday, Jan. 16, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
NWHS holds 10th Alumni Day
Fri, Jan 6th 2012 11:00 am
The Counseling and Career Center at Niagara-Wheatfield High School recently hosted an Alumni Day at the school's auditorium.
Bell choir entertains shoppers
Thu, Jan 5th 2012 04:20 pm
Shoppers at the Fashion Outlets of Niagara Falls were recently treated to the sounds of the Orleans/Niagara BOCES Life Skills Bell Choir.
BOCES gingerbread house places at competition
Thu, Jan 5th 2012 04:15 pm
Culinary arts students Tiffanie Tisack's and Taylor Brielley's gingerbread house creation took third place at the Gilda's Club Competition.
Students sell artwork for SPCA
Thu, Jan 5th 2012 04:00 pm
Three seventh-grade students at Edward Town Middle School recently held a fundraiser to support the SPCA of Niagara.
DeSales donates to Niagara Hospice
Thu, Jan 5th 2012 01:25 pm
Jessie Miller, a seventh-grader at DeSales Catholic School in Lockport, organized a dress down day at her school to raise money for Niagara Hospice.
Keep kids active
Thu, Jan 5th 2012 09:35 am
The Town of Niagara Recreation Department has announced that two winter gym programs held at Colonial Village Elementary School gym.
SLAPSHOT 2012 provides fun writing experience
Thu, Jan 5th 2012 09:35 am
The Rotary Club of Niagara County Central is seeking young adults interested in attending the Rotary International District 7090 Student Leadership Award Program for Students High on Training (SLAPSHOT 2012).
NU Family Business Center celebrates 9th anniversary
Tue, Jan 3rd 2012 11:45 am
The Niagara University Family Business Center will celebrate its ninth anniversary on Thursday, Jan. 19, with a celebration and awards banquet at Rich's Renaissance. This year's event will honor:

•Kraftwerks Inc. with the Leadership Award

•SoPark Corporation with the Vision Award

BOCES announces safety ed course
Sat, Dec 31st 2011 07:00 am
Orleans/Niagara BOCES will be starting its winter/spring driver and traffic education course on Feb. 6, 2012.
Reality Café celebrates holiday
Fri, Dec 30th 2011 09:30 am
Reality Café is giving a big thanks to Jason Kopenski's family for donating a Christmas tree so the middle-schoolers at the café could decorate it on Thursday, Dec. 22.
Volunteers trained for school bus accidents
Thu, Dec 29th 2011 07:05 am
Mike Dallessandro, the Niagara-Wheatfield Central School District's transportation director, was the guest speaker at the Lewiston No. 2 Volunteer Fire Department recently.
Starpoint sends out holiday treats
Thu, Dec 29th 2011 07:00 am
Fricano Primary School students gathered to decorate more than 250 homemade holiday treats to be shipped to U.S. troops in Afghanistan and at home.
Santa visits BOCES students
Thu, Dec 29th 2011 07:00 am
Santa and Mrs. Claus recently paid a visit to all the good little girls and boys at the Orleans/Niagara BOCES' North Tonawanda Learning Center, sponsored by the Pendleton Lions Club.
Woodlands, Forestview team up with Niagara Charter School
Thu, Dec 29th 2011 07:00 am
Residents of The Woodlands and Forestview teamed up with students from Niagara Charter School to spread the Christmas spirit through "The Giving Tree."
Local author releases kids' book
Sat, Dec 24th 2011 07:00 am
Francesca Baase's new children's book, "Didn't You Hear the Rumor?" has been recently released nationwide.
NWHS welcomes Santa
Fri, Dec 23rd 2011 07:20 am
The holiday spirit is alive and well at Niagara-Wheatfield High School.
Elks announce poster and essay contests
Fri, Dec 23rd 2011 07:00 am
The New York Elks Association has announced this year's drug awareness poster and essay contest and an Americanism essay contest.
Festive holiday atmosphere at Lew-Port BOE session
Fri, Dec 23rd 2011 07:00 am
A festive atmosphere hovered over the Lewiston-Porter Board of Education meeting as students performed, people were recognized, and gifts from donors received.

A group of third-graders performed several traditional Christmas carols and the entire room joined in on "We Wish You a Merry Christmas." Student carolers, under the direction of Nicole Mosier, included Elizabeth Teal, Maya Marcyan, Makenna Barrientos, Emma Sand, Nathan Rhodes, Olivia Naughton, Julia Thomas, Meghan Baio, Graciana Auer, Ciaran Edwards, Alexandra Lee, Ellie Phillips, Jaden Lombardo and Isabella Tolliano. Vicki Mehr accompanied.

College students: How to stay calm during finals week
Tue, Dec 20th 2011 07:15 am
Let's face it: It's finals week - the worst time of the year. You've taken about five or six classes all semester and now have about the same amount of finals; you're pondering to yourself, "What was I thinking!?!"

First, try not to cram. I know at the time it might seem like a good idea, but in the long run it isn't. Finals are an extremely stressful time; no one is denying that. However, for finals, it would be more advisable to study in small increments. In the days before your final, study that subject about a half an hour each day. The material will stick with you better this way rather than studying it all at once at ungodly hours of the night.

Don't worry, you can do this. Just read, and use some of my tips and take a deep breathe, everything is going to be OK.

Free emergency preparedness training available locally
Mon, Dec 19th 2011 10:10 am
Border Community SERVICE of Niagara University will host a free CERT training course beginning Jan. 17, 2012, at the St. Johnsburg Fire Co., located at 7165 Ward Road, in North Tonawanda (Wheatfield).
Stella Niagara hosts Beads of Courage event
Sat, Dec 17th 2011 07:05 am
Jean Baruch, founder of the Tuscon, Ariz.-based Beads of Courage Inc., visited Stella Niagara Education Park to engage students in a prayer-partner activity.
 


Advertise With Us

Subscribe Today

 





Powered by Fission Content Management System | Niagara Falls Web Design by 360PSG