BAKER STUDENTS LEARN FINANCIAL LITERACY THROUGH MAD CITY MONEY
C.W. Baker High School students tested their financial literacy Tuesday with Mad City Money, a hands-on simulation.
Mad City Money, gives youth a taste of the real world complete with occupation, salary, spouse, student loan debt, credit card debt and more. The students take on the role as an adult as they navigate Mad City and distinguish the difference between wants and needs.
DURGEE HONORS 22 STUDENTS
AT ACADEMIC GROWTH RECOGNITION CEREMONY
Durgee Junior High School honored 22 students who improved their GPA by 4 or more points from the first quarter to the second quarter.
The Academic Growth Recognition Ceremony was held Tuesday morning for students and their families. Coffee and donuts were served and each student was presented with a certificate.
“This is no small feat,” Durgee Principal T.J. Fraher said. “I am proud of each and every one of you.” Continue reading...
BOARD SPOTLIGHT: MARCHING BAND HONORED FOR OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE AT ROSE PARADE
The Baldwinsville Marching Band was honored Monday night with the Board of Education Spotlight for an outstanding performance at the 131st annual Tournament of Roses Parade on January 1, 2020 in Pasadena, California.
Joseph DeBarbieri, acting superintendent, presented the band with the district’s Excellence Award.
“This group represented our district, our state and our country in an unbelievable event,” DeBarbieri said at the meeting. “One hundred and thirty-three students participated in the parade. They fundraised, they practiced … unbelievable time, energy and effort was put forth in making this a reality.” Continue reading...
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WHAT DO YOU NEED KNOW
ABOUT THE CORONAVIRUS?
In everything we do, the safety and health of our students and staff is our top priority. In light of that, we want to share an important message about Coronavirus, COVID-19.
The most recent information from New York State has more than 30 confirmed cases of the virus.
The District is collaborating and coordinating with county and state healthcare officials in order to monitor and plan for any impact the Coronavirus may have on our school community, as well as reviewing the District’s Emergency Response Plans.