Weekly Feature



November 7, 2007 RSS feed / Education

Campus News

Montgomery Service recently participated in the fourth annual "Mucho Macho Music" as a member of the Westminster College Men's Chorus. More...

SINGING LESSONS

Students at Buffalo Academy of the Sacred Heart recently received lessons from world-renowned soprano, Laura Aikin, a graduate of Clarence High School. More...

MASTER CARVERS

- Students from Erie 1 BOCES Harkness Career & Technical Center sculpted and donated 30 pumpkins to residents of the Weinberg Campus in Getzville. More...

Buff State seeks public comment on teacher education accreditation

The Teacher Education Unit at Buffalo State College is scheduled for a spring 2008 accreditation review by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education. More...

UB students monitor carcinogens released from school buses

Students from the University at Buffalo's Chapter of Engineering for a Sustainable World have been monitoring buses from seven school districts this past week, including Ken-Ton. More...

New program for children with autism introduced

Buffalo Hearing and Speech Center has introduced a program for children ages 3-5 who are exhibiting characteristics of autism and pervasive developmental disorders. The program embraces the philosophy of Dr. More...

ZEST FOR READING

Buffalo Sabres' goalie Jocelyn Thibault reads "Z is for Zamboni" to pupils at Forest Elementary School on Oct. 30. He is joined by Sabretooth, and Perry's Ice Cream's mascot, Perry Winkle. The reading program, Shoot! Score! More...

Student awarded scholarship

One young man has proven himself among students in Western New York. Fifth-grader Matthias Williams of Amherst was recently named a 2007 Harbourton Scholar at Nichols School. More...

Covenant to host regional spelling bee

Covenant Academy, a nondenominational Christian school on McConkey Drive in the Town of Tonawanda, will host the Association of Christian Schools International WNY Region Spelling Bee at 9 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 13. More...