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Recent Good News Items:

  • Four SOTA Students Win Geva Young Playwrights' Contest

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    Brad Craddock’s creative writing students – Olivia Spenard, Clara O’Connor, Austin Hammond, and Cameron Bennett – will have their original plays produced at Geva Theater this weekend, Saturday and Sunday at 3:00, on the Next Stage. 

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  • DRUMLine Performs at the American Diabetes 5K Run

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    RCSD DrumLine performed for runners at the start and finish of the American Diabetes Associations “Step Out: Walk to Stop Diabetes/Rock the Red 5K Run.”

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  • Nathaniel Hawthorne School No. 25 Student Selected as “Fuel Up to Play” Kick Off Kid

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    Jaylen Jordan was recognized at the Bills vs. Vikings game last Sunday.

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  • Henry Hudson School No. 28 Participated in the Pinwheels for Peace Project

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    Students created a visual statement on PEACE by participating in the project on International Day of Peace, September 21.

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  • International Walk to School Day

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    Clara Barton School No. 2 and Dr. Charles T. Lunsford School No.19 were among the schools that participated.
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  • AAVia Foundation Sponsors Bolivian Artist's School Visits

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    Roberto Mamani worked with students at Monroe High, Integrated Arts & Technology, Vanguard Collegiate, and World of Inquiry
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  • 97% SBHC Enrollment at School No. 9

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    Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. School No. 9 achieved 97% enrollment in their school-based health center in the first month of school. This school-based health center is a Rochester General Hospital affiliated center.

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  • Recipients of First Niagara's 2014 Mentoring Matters Grants Announced

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    Recipients include Junior Achievement, Monroe Community College, and St. John Fisher College, in partnership with World of Inquiry School No. 58
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  • Dennis Costanza Receives Golden Apple Award

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    News 8's first Golden Apple winner of the school year goes to teacher at School No. 20
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  • Dr. Walter Cooper Academy School No. 10 Receives Gift

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    Dr. Everett Williams presents gift to Rochester Education Foundation
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  • School of the Arts Students Participate in Take A Seat, Make A Difference Fundraiser

    by Carmen Iris Hernandez

    Visual Arts students from School of the Arts painted 1940’s vintage auditorium chairs that are now being auctioned to raise money for the Friendship Children’s Center.

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  • Rochester International Academy Recognized by Imagine Nation

    by Carmen Iris Hernandez
    Rochester International Academy has been selected as a 2013-2014 Imagine Nation Super School for above-and-beyond enthusiasm and innovative use of Imagine Learning.
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  • Monroe High School’s Latin American Literature Course Breaks New Ground

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    English teacher Alexci Reyes recognized for creating Latin American literature curriculum at Monroe.
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  • Wilson Magnet High School Administrator Saves the Day

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    When Rebecca Scott saw that one of her students was having trouble swallowing and breathing in the cafeteria, she acted quickly and performed the Heimlich maneuver on the young man.
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  • East High School Stars

    by Carmen Iris Hernandez
    This dynamic group of girls recently debuted a film at the Little Theatre called "You're Not Alone."On August 6th they received the Phillip Seymour Hoffman award for best of festival at the Rochester Teen Film Festival, sponsored by the Little Theatre, Nazareth College and WXXI.
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  • East High Counselor Awarded Advanced Certificate in Mental Health Counseling

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    The Wegmans School of Nursing awarded its very first Advanced Certificate in Mental Health Counseling to Stephanie Bliss, school counselor at East High. She completed the program in just three semesters.
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  • School No. 3’s New Expanded Learning Time Program Includes Adult Community Education

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    Two School No. 3 parents, Patisha Tisdale and Adrienne General, attained their NYS GED credential through our Parent ELT program. Parent ELT, in partnership with the Office of School Innovation, OACES, and Nathaniel Rochester Community School #3, is a new K-12 school-based adult education program.

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  • Two District Students RACPC Scholarship Winners

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    Marilyan Romero and Luis Maldonado are the recent Rochester Area Colored Pencil Club scholarship winners

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  • Dr. Charles T. Lunsford School No. 19 Community Supports Ovarian Cancer Walk

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    School No. 19 staff participated in the walk on September 7 to celebrate Britanny Dippel’s life

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  • Clara Barton Student Wins Art Scholarship

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    JazMonya Allen was awarded a scholarship for a Creative Workshop Art Class in the Ceramics Studio at the Memorial Art Gallery.

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  • School of the Arts Student Photo Exhibit Opens

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    "Beginnings" Photo Display Created by SOTA Students Runs Sept. 17 through October 17 at School of the Arts.
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  • SOTA Grad Participates on Panel with Arne Duncan

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    Charlesvester Wims, a graduate of School of the Arts and former student of School No. 33, participated in a recent panel discussion with the United States Secretary of Education Arne Duncan in Huntsville, Alabama. A computer science major at Alabama A&M University, Wims discussed the benefits and challenges of selecting a discipline related to science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).
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  • Mark Phinney, Music Teacher at School No. 33, Applauded by AOSA

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    The American Orff Schulwerk Association recognized Mark Phinney as an outstanding volunteer, who works countless hours organizing, communicating, and coordinating local workshops to educate and inspire music teachers in the New York area.
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  • First Football Game at New East High Athletic Complex

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    East High School Wins First Football Game Against Edison.
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  • First Day at World of Inquiry School

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    World of Inquiry School had 92 percent attendance on the first day of school, and 95 percent on the second.
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