A project in the Herkimer Central School District sent teachers into students’ homes to build relationships between families and educators.
New educational opportunities are available starting this fall for Herkimer Jr./Sr. High School students, thanks to a shared services agreement with Frankfort-Schuyler Central School District. Six Herkimer students will be the first to travel to Frankfort-Schuyler to participate in Project Lead The Way, a rigorous and innovative science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) program offering … Continue reading “Herkimer students to join Project Lead The Way”
Beginning in the fall of 2016, Herkimer County Community College will require high school students to pay $53 per credit (or $159 per three-credit course) to receive college credit for College Now courses. For the past two years, the college has offered these courses at no charge to students. Prior to that, students paid tuition … Continue reading “Reduced tuition available for College Now courses”
Applications are being taken for the 2016-17 school year for free and reduced-price lunches. Parents are encouraged to apply to determine if their children are eligible for this benefit.
A native of the Mohawk Valley, John Krause has been following a love of music and theater since a young age. This fall marks his 20th year teaching at HHS.