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Members of the 7th and 8th grade Chorus. Members of the 7th and 8th Grade Band perform. Student art was on display in the hallways outside the concert auditorium Tuesday night. Among the No greater award sadd essay pieces were the two above -- by Melanie Wysocki left and Kai Pittman.
The award is presented each year to a graduating senior who is a resident of Schuyler County or attends Bradford, Odessa-Montour, or Watkins Glen high school.
She is also captain of the varsity basketball team. She was the recipient of the Rotary Student of the Month award in September John Fisher College in Rochester, where she will major in pre-law with a minor in sociology. The program is scheduled from July We look forward to hearing about her experience.
The goal of the program is to help students to better understand democratic ideals and the part we as individuals play in carrying out these ideals. Schuyler, Chemung, Broome, Tioga and Tompkins County Soil and Water Conservation Districts combine efforts each year to provide high schools in the five counties with this regional, Southern Tier Envirothon to determine county champions.
Odessa-Montour had five teams, and Bradford Central School had five. Rebecca Schrader is the coach for the Bradford teams. The Soil and Water Conservation Districts help to organize the Envirothon, and essential support is provided by the school science teachers, the school districts and also local businesses and service organizations who donate funds for financial support.
The Schuyler County Soil and Water Conservation District provides programs and services to help residents and communities manage and protect the natural resources of Schuyler County. It recounts her experience at the recent March for Our Lives in Ithaca.
Although the largest march was held in Washington D. In schools alone, there have been at least 17 instances of shootings in Because youth are being directly affected by this problem, they are actively participating in protests such as March for Our Lives.
Due to this restriction, many of those being affected by mass instances of gun violence cannot have their voice heard in the typical way of many Americans, by voting. Instead, students are allowing their voices to be heard by creating their own forums, and protesting and marching across the country.
The key is that youth across the country are speaking out, not just in the major cities. In order for the youth to make a change, there must be a huge movement, and local students in the Finger Lakes Region were provided with the valuable opportunity to participate.
Students from surrounding schools in Ithaca, Watkins Glen and Trumansburg all participated in this event.
The event, taking place on March 24,involved students and adults from surrounding areas meeting up on the Ithaca Commons, and holding signs up while listening to various speakers.
Speakers included local students, parents, and community leaders. Speeches were about changes that need to be made on both national and state levels; issues such as the gun violence against blacks were brought up, as well.
The movement against gun violence is gaining momentum, and now is the time for the youth in the U. The problem of gun violence is not exclusive to large schools or big cities, and must be solved before the issue grows.
With a local platform for their voices to be heard, many attending the protest hoped for change to take place in New York State in the future.
Young people are the future of the U. Local movements build to create national movements, and the pieces must all come together to create a larger opportunity for change.
With many local youth participating in this student-led movement, we are creating an active generation that will fight to have its voices heard, and fight to create change for the better. Scenes from the Ithaca March for Our Lives. He delivered a presentation on state government.
Palmesano outlined the respective roles each of the three branches of government play in serving New Yorkers and explained the process by which a bill becomes a law.
Additionally, he detailed his role as an assemblyman. I know they have bright futures ahead of them, and I want to thank all of the faculty and staff for hosting me.
Applications may be found on-line at www.Classic SADD Chapter Activities to Raise Awareness for Important Issues. Chain of Life. The Chain of Life is a great activity to start off the school year.
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Learn about SADD, Students Against Destructive Decisions to help fight teenage substance abuse and promote support groups. No Greater Award: SADD The moment the telephone rang, I k naked as a jaybird something was wrong. throughout the evening, I had a faint-hearted premonition that.
Carly Meholic, Greater Latrobe Senior High School Presentation for Scholarship Application “Friends Don’t Let Friends Drink and Drive” I am a Senior at Greater Latrobe High School.