Bureau Valley news
The Edith I. Boyd Scholarship is open to graduating seniors who have resided in the former Western School District for all four years of high school.
During the most recent Bureau Valley Board of Education meeting, the organization recognized those who contributed to the success of this year’s graduation ceremonies.
Braydon James Higgins received a $20,000 Scholarship, Madison Kate Vick received a $10,000 Scholarship and Grace Patricia Zeman and Kyra Elizabeth Stoller both received $6,000 Scholarships.
Some of the trees planted were of the same variety and 12 of the trees were species that are now new to the arboretum and have unique leaf, flower or fruit characteristics to help identify them.
Students spend one semester in the classroom learning about professional behavior in the workplace, interviewing skills and resume building. The students then apply, interview and work for a local employer.
Bureau Valley FFA Advisor and Teacher, Casselynn Johnston, said that the school’s program is excited to receive this donation that will go directly toward benefiting students.
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A stakeholder meeting will be held at 8:30 a.m. on Thursday, April 21 at the Bureau Valley Manlius District Office.
This project hopes to provide a space that not only benefits the diversity of its tree population, but also can be used to pay tribute to those who have impacted the community.
Local Bureau Valley Art students are set to showcase their work at the annual BVEC Art Show that will take place from noon to 1 p.m. on Saturday, March 12 at the Bureau Valley Manlius campus in the Storm Gym.
During this week’s board meeting, Bureau Valley High School recognized BVHS Ag Teacher Caseelynn Johnston as one of five finalists for the Golden Owl Award.
Doors will open 45 minutes before the show. Tickets are $10 for adults, $5 for students, children and seniors
The scholarship’s proprietors stated that it is an honor to be able to offer these scholarships on behalf of John Switzer and Mae Mungor Switzer and that Switzer’s foresight to offer educational opportunities has grown beyond what he ever imagined due to the growth of the fund ov
The artists featured in the exhibit include Ella Entas, Sterling Horner, Hope Richardson, Tommy Sullivan and Grace Zeman.
The Bureau Valley FFA will host a pancake breakfast Sunday, Feb. 27 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Bureau Valley High School. Dine-in and carry-out options are available.