Graduation rates for students who entered ninth grade in 2015 in the five northern Franklin County high schools matched or exceeded the statewide average, according to figures released Thursday by the state Education Department.
MALONE –– The Malone Winter Carnival parade –– which was resurrected in 2012 after a decade-long absence, went on hiatus in 2018 and returned in 2019 –– will not take place this year, or in the foreseeable future.
BRUSHTON –– Work on the capital project at the Bushton-Moira Central School District is on schedule, according to C&S Construction Area Manager Patrick Hourihan. But the weather forecast for the remainder of the week may have something to say about whether the project remains that way.
MALONE –– An old bowling alley at the Knights of Columbus Hall in Malone is packed with toys. From Power Rangers to My Little Pony, there are toys for kids of all ages. They have all been donated as part of the Holiday Helpers Toys for Tots toy drive.
SARANAC LAKE –– North County Community College is projecting a $330,000 deficit for this year, according to Vice President for Administration & Fiscal Operations Robert Farmer. He says part of the problem is that there is not enough revenue coming in to meet the expenses.
ST. REGIS FALLS –– The removal of part of a heating unit is causing St. Regis Falls Central School Superintendent Timothy Seymour to sweat a little, but he insist the school district’s capital improvement project is on schedule.
MALONE –– North Country Community College students, faculty and staff came together on the Malone campus Wednesday to provide support for victims of sexual assault and domestic violence as part of the “SUNY’s Got Your Back” project.