Brown bear, brown bear what do you see? A videoconference connection at Minetto Elementary.
Mary Hirsch’s students wanted their concert etiquette lessons to reach far beyond their classroom.
At CiTi, alternative education students had fun launching pumpkins into the air, all in the name of science.
Students in CiTi's Project Explore Program have been trained and are now producing quality work with a new Melco embroidery machine.
The “Central New York Deaf/HH Teens” magazine has become a driving force of self-advocacy for deaf teenagers in CNY.
Local reigning national milk carton construction champions hope to hold onto their title, this time with a top-place finish in the fall 2016 contest.
In just one year, the successes of the Credit Accrual & Recovery for Everyone (CARE) program have spoken for themselves.
Congratulations to the CARE program for their recent recognition by Dr. Steven Bickmore on his national YA Wednesday Blog.
Students enrolled in the Culinary Arts program at CiTi have not wasted any time getting hands-on experience in the kitchen.
The CiTi main campus' Breakfast, Lunch for Weekends (BLFW) program is growing, thanks to a grant received by the Oswego County Community Foundation.
The Instructional Support Services Department at CiTi facilitated a poverty simulation experience at the Pulaski Academy and Central School District.
Exceptional Education students at the Center for Instruction, Technology & Innovation are creating a sustainable garden community, one collaboration at a time.
Students at the Bridges to Success program are cooking up success.