Hundreds of taxpayers showed up Tuesday at a Spencerport School Board meeting to voice their opinions about a proposal to allow Rochester students to attend Spencerport Schools.
The program is called "Every Minute Matters."
The "3 to 3" program hopes to develop both social and academic skills in young children.
Wednesday was the first day of school for city students, but the line of parents just registering their children was nearly out the door at the district's central office. The district encourages parents to sign up as soon as possible because it can't change bus routes on such short notice.
The offer is only available to incoming freshman.
Guests will have to pass through a new security system.
The schools have been given a $3.4 million dollar grant.
The class of 2014 will have an orientation day of service.
Dr. John Halstead has held that position since 2005.
Today, they put on a show for their parents.
Watkins is the teacher accused of carrying a loaded gun while on a school field trip.
This is part of the USDA summer food service program.
Organizers say working with the animals helps students learn new skills.
The Mayor's appearance was part of the school's guest reader program.
Carmen Gumina will start the post on August 1st.
Vicky Ramos returns to lead troubled school.
The program helps mentor young people to pursue a future in college or a career.
84% of the students go on to college or a trade program.
The balloon reached an elevation of 90,000 feet.
Steven DeRooy spent 29 years coaching at Greece Olympia.