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Beikirch named Scholar-Athlete of the Year

Sage’s junior utility player Kristen Beikirch   has been selected as the 2013-2014 Eastern College Athletic Conference Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year. She was honored in conjunction with the ECAC Honors Dinner on Sunday, September 28, at the Sea Crest Beach Hotel in North Falmouth, Massachusetts. Beikirch becomes the third Sage student-athlete Continue reading →

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Kendall Breaks Ground on Capital Improvement Project

Under a double rainbow on Oct. 15, 2014, the Kendall Board of Education broke ground on their capital improvement project. The groundbreaking took place outside the Junior/Senior High School near the soccer fields where the new cafeteria and kitchen area will be constructed. Inside the existing cafeteria were boards showing Continue reading →

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New Superintendent Search Underway

The Fairport Central School District has started the search process, for the second time, to hire a superintendent. The Fairport Board of Education ultimately decided that, while the first search during the 2013-2014 school year produced many good candidates, none of the candidates from that search were the best fit Continue reading →

Red Ribbon Week

‘Red Ribbon Week’ celebrations with Fairport school community, Oct. 19-25

In partnership with the Chemical Prevention Advisory Council (CPAC), the Fairport Central School District celebrates Red Ribbon Week, Oct. 19-25, to present a unified and visible commitment toward the creation of a drug-free community. Red Ribbon Week is the most successful drug prevention event ever held nationwide. Wearing red ribbons Continue reading →

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The wasteful fraud of sorting for youth meritocracy

By Seth Godin “Sorry, you didn’t make the team. We did the cuts today.” “We did play auditions all day yesterday, and so many people turned out, there just wasn’t a role for you. We picked people who were more talented.” “You’re on the bench until your skills improve. We Continue reading →