Herkimer High School senior Brandan Parks was chosen as one of 25 high school seniors throughout the region honored in the Utica Observer-Dispatch’s “Teen All-Stars” recognition. Read more: “25 honored as O-D Teen All-Stars” Parks and his fellow All-Stars were honored with a breakfast on May 23 at Hart’s Hill Inn. The program recognizes students … Continue reading “Herkimer senior chosen as 2017 Teen All-Star”
Herkimer Central School District voters on Tuesday approved a $24,414,000 budget for the 2017-18 school year (260-100) and elected Diann Fischer and Scott Petucci to the board of education. A proposition to create a capital reserve fund was also approved, 273-88. Fischer and Scott Petucci were each elected to three-year terms expiring June 30, 2020. … Continue reading “Voters approve 2017-18 budget, capital reserve fund”
Students are invited to sign up now for participation in fall sports, including varsity and modified soccer, football and field hockey. Students are asked to fill out a secure Google Form to provide their information about interest in athletics for the fall season.
Herkimer High School performing arts groups took top honors at the WorldStrides On-Stage Toronto Music Festival, held April 28-29. The WorldStrides mission is to ignite personal growth for students, through travel and study abroad at every stage of development. Vocal and music groups from Herkimer performed three selections and were graded on tone, intonation, balance, blend, … Continue reading “Music groups excel at WorldStrides festival”
Q: What do topographical maps, dinosaur bones, ceramic stamps and the Millennium Falcon have in common? A: These are all objects replicated by 3D printers at Herkimer Central Schools. The district obtained four MakerBot 3D printers over the winter, purchasing three machines for about $7,000 and winning a fourth machine as a contest prize. The … Continue reading “3D printing adds new dimension to education”