On March 19, a distinguished group of 23 students from Byron-Bergen Jr. High School was welcomed into the National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) by its President, Lauren Burke. Ms. Burke addressed the audience with a challenge: Continue to excel in the five qualities that members of National Junior Honor Society Continue reading →
Fourth graders at Byron-Bergen Elementary School are on track to making a substantial economic impact on their state and their community. The class has created a well-researched rationale for designating yogurt as the Official New York State Snack, based on job creation and promoting healthy eating. They sent handwritten letters Continue reading →
Officer Phillips and his partner Chip from the Greece Police Department talked with students at Ready, Set, Grow! Preschool about how he and Chip help people in the community.
Byron-Bergen Elementary School students had a close encounter with 50,000 year-old glacial ice, courtesy of Dr. Vasilii Petrenko, assistant professor of earth and environmental sciences at the . Petrenko, a specialist in ice core research and winner of the prestigious Packard Foundation Fellowship, gave students the rare opportunity to examine Continue reading →
Seventh-graders at Fairport’s Johanna Perrin and Martha Brown Middle Schools learned about life skills – in the kitchen – March 14. A representative from King Arthur Flour taught the students how to bake bread as part of the King Arthur Flour Life Skills Bread Baking Program. Life Skills teaches students Continue reading →