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Homer Eighth Graders Participate in Career Day:
Eighth grade students at Homer Junior High School were able to connect with dozens of professionals and discuss a variety of job opportunities during a recent career day.
The day was packed full of career advice and opportunities for the students, including a guest speaker from Onondaga Community College (OCC), three workshop sessions at OCM BOCES and a tour of SUNY Cortland’s campus.
The day started with a trip to OCM BOCES, where guest speaker Abigail Baird, Director ...
Homer Sixth Graders Learn Importance of CPR:
Sixth grade students at Homer Junior High School recently learned how to administer life-saving measures during CPR trainings.
The trainings were taught during physical education class by teacher Lynne Renner, in coordination with Nancy Cavellier’s applied-skills classes.
In physical education, students learned how to assess a person for unresponsiveness and then perform chest compressions to pump oxygenated blood to the victim’s body. Students were taught how to ...
Junior High Students Selected for Art Exhibit:
Artwork by sixth graders MacKenzie Golden, Malake’a Bloodworth, Lily Robideau, Jack Bertram and Bailey Dady was recently selected to represent Homer Junior High School at a special exhibit celebrating the artistic achievements of students throughout central New York.
During the month of April, visitors of Beaver Lake Nature Center will enjoy a variety of work relating to nature themes, including animals and landscapes in the form of paintings, drawings, prints, collage and more. ...
Junior High Students go Medieval When Learning Scientific Principles:
Recently, students from Team 6A constructed their own catapults based on the scientific principles energy, force, and motion that they learned about in class!
Students launched tennis balls, cap erasers and plastic fruit down the hallways, and recorded the measurements of the various materials launched. Some students chose to worked collaboratively, while others chose to construct the devices of their imaginations.
Homer Students Visit Albany, Discuss Tobacco Control:
Last month, Homer Junior High School representatives of Cortland County’s “Reality Check” program visited the state Capitol in Albany, where they met with state lawmakers representing our region.
During meetings, Reality Check youth leaders Olivia H. (age 12), Kaden D. (11), Ellie E. (11) and Ginny P. (11) and their Tobacco Control Program partners from around the state educated lawmakers about their tobacco control work they’ve done with local communities and health ...