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kendall groundbreaking

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 →

Marybeth Farchione  homemade Italian meal

Students learn to make a homemade Italian meal from local families

Eighth graders at Martha Brown Middle School recently learned how to make a homemade Italian meal, thanks to the Farchione family and Interim Superintendent William Cala, Ed.D. as part of the Home and Career Skills course curriculum. According to Family and Consumer Science Teacher Marcy Plandowski, in an effort to Continue reading →

Aaliyah Zenelovic

Wayne County resident to compete in National American Miss Pageant

Aaliyah Zenelovic, a fourth grader in the Wayne Central School District, was named first runner up out of 104 girls who competed in the Junior Pre-teen Division of the National American Miss Contest. She will travel to Disneyland in Anaheim, California, during Thanksgiving week to compete in the National Pageant. Continue reading →

Adam Swapceinski

Students design, build lamps out of recycled materials

Seventh-graders at Byron-Bergen Jr./Sr. High School recently designed and built a lamp – from discarded or used items from around their home – as their culminating technology classroom project. Technology Teacher Jay Wolcott said he teaches students about recycling, electricity basics, components of a lamp, and how to assemble a Continue reading →