Weekly Feature



February 28, 2007 RSS feed / Education

BOT WARS

University at Buffalo students Guy Tuori, Jessica James and David Berquist prepare to battle their remote controlled robots in the student union of North Campus on Friday. More...

Amherst prepares for kindergarten

Next school year may seem a long way off, but the Amherst School District is already thinking about the new kindergarten class for the 2007-08 school year. More...

Amherst High School posts honor roll

The following students have been named to the high honor and honor rolls for Amherst High School during the second quarter: High Honor Roll Ninth Grade Ali Adil, Galia Binder, Cassandra Carr, Laura Caty, William Chan, Nathan Chau, Allison Clac More...

Sweet Home High School names honor students

Sweet Home High School has named the following students to the first and second honor rolls for the second quarter: First Honors Grade 12 Aneela Alamgir, Gregory Alt-Winzig, Chelsea R. Alventosa, Joy E. Arcara, Ann Marie Awad, Katherine H. More...

Youth Police Academy applications due April 1

The Amherst Police Department's Youth Police Academy, an internship program for high school students considering a career in law enforcement at the local, county, state or federal level, is accepting applications. More...

Summer Day Camp registration open through March 9

The Amherst Youth Board will accept applications for its Summer Day Camp programs through March 9. Registration is held from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. weekdays at the the Amherst Youth Board office, 4255 Harlem Road. More...

Covenant Academy names honor roll

The following students have been named to the high honor, honor and merit rolls for the second quarter of the 2006-2007 school year: High Honors Excellence Award: fifth-graders Charles VanDette, Joshua Militello, Mary Pappagallo; sixth-grader Pa More...

On the Campus

The following students have been named to the 2006 fall semester dean's list at the University at Buffalo: Jason Appadu, Seung Su Baek, Kara Bennett, Elise Brooks, Sarah Brown, Janee Dabney, Marisa Dabney, Allison Fisher, Seth Levy, Wing Liu, More...

Students attend leadership conference in Albany

Each year, a state-wide youth leadership conference is held in Albany. More...

Amherst YES volunteers to be recognized

The Amherst Youth Engaged in Service program will honor a number of youth volunteers at an awards gathering on March 2. Eight students will be honored as Volunteers of the Year for volunteering more than 75 hours. More...

SUPPORT SCHOOLS

St. Gregory the Great School third-graders (from left to right) Michael Ferrick, Michael Braun, Liam Cleary and Emma Murphy work in the school's computer lab. More...

Casey Middle School students achieve merit roll

The following seventh and eighth grade students were named the merit roll for the second quarter of the 2006-07 school year: Merit Roll Eighth Grade Marissa Barbalato, Andrew Bauer, Melissa Bennett, Conner Braisted, Kelly Brown, Andrew Contino, More...

Transit Middle School posts honor, merit rolls

The following Transit Middle School students have been named to the honor and merit rolls for the second quarter of the 2006-07 school year: Fifth Grade Honor Roll Noelle Abdallah, Julie Adams, Nicholas Aja, Rachel Anthone, Rebecca Anthone, Jes More...

North seniors look to the future

Williamsville North Student Council proudly recognizes the outstanding achievements of two members of its senior class each month. Students featured in this column are selected by faculty recommendation. More...

Sweet Home Middle School posts honor roll

Sweet Home Middle School has named the following students have achieved honor and merit roll status for the second quarter of the 2006-07 school year: Honor Roll Grade Eight Sarosh H. Ahmed, Summer N. Amoia, Timothy M. Anger, Ashley E. More...

Science teacher selected as a 2006 Presidential Award finalist

Kenneth Huff, a science teacher from Mill Middle School in Williamsville, has been named a state finalist for the 2006 Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching, the nation's highest honor for K-12 teaching in these fiel More...

New U.B. Division seminar to implement career changes

Somewhere along the way, many residents of the Buffalo-Niagara region left their career dreams behind because life got in the way. More...