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The Last of Sherlock Holmes

    On April 10th 2014 the Schenevus Central School Drama Club Presented. The Last of Sherlock Holmes by Tim Kelly. Produced by special arrangement with Baker's Plays. Directed by Darcy Gibson, Produced by Jackie Cypress and Costume design by JoAnn Fredette. to see the video click on the video. or go to the video gallery.

Interview with Mr Oberacker, Town of Maryland Supervisor.

   On Friday January 17th the Schenevus Journal interviewed Mr Peter Oberacker, Supervisor of Maryland New York. Mr Oberacker talked about the Phoenix Project and his vision for the Town of Maryland. To watch the interview click on the video or go to the video gallery.


Town of Worcester New York, Supervisor Elect.

      On December 9, 2013 the Schenevus Journal interviewed Ms Diane Addesso, Town of Worcester New York, Supervisor Elect. Ms Diane Addesso spoke about some of her goals as Supervisor for the Town of Worcester. To see a video of the interview go to the video gallery or click on the video below.

Alice in Wonderland

     On Friday, November 1 and on Saturday, November 2, the Schenevus Central School drama club presented Alice in Wonderland. The play was directed by Darcy Gibson and Jacqueline Cypress; Adapted by Michele L. Vacca and it was Produced by special arrangement with Classics On Stage of Chicago. The pit band was directed by William Gilchrest., Costumes design by JoAnn Fredette and the sets were designed and painted by the Schenevus Central School art club. To see Pictures of the play go to the Photo Gallery or to see  video clips of the play go to the Video Gallery.

Schenevus Central School, A School of Distinction

      College For Every Student (www.collegefes.org), a national nonprofit that helps underserved students prepare for, gain access to, and succeed in college, is honoring 25 schools in 11 states as “Schools of Distinction” for their efforts in creating high levels of college readiness and for raising aspirations among their students.

    The CFES “School of Distinction” award recognizes schools that have exemplary programs incorporating the three CFES core practices: Leadership through Service, Mentoring, and Pathways to College. These schools provide intensive exposure to the three practices for targeted students, known as CFES Scholars, and also create a college-going culture that promotes college readiness and success for their entire student body.

   The 2012-2013 “Schools of Distinction” are:

· Audubon Technology & Communication Center, Milwaukee, WI
· Bayard Middle School, Wilmington, DE
· Collegiate Institute For Math & Science, Bronx, NY
· Cloonan Middle School, Stamford, CT
· Crown Point Central School, Crown Point, NY
· Delta Middle School, Delta, CO
· Diehl Elementary School, Erie, PA
· Dole Middle School, Honolulu, HI
· Frederick Douglass Elementary School, Cincinnati, OH
· H.W. Longfellow School, Milwaukee, WI
· Jackson County Middle School, McKee, KY
· King Elementary School, Kansas City, MO
· Knox County Middle School, Barborville, KY
· Lincoln Center of the Arts, Milwaukee, WI
· Lynn Camp Middle/High School, Corbin, KY
· Morse Marshall Middle School, Milwaukee, WI
· Northwest Secondary School, Milwaukee, WI
· Page Elementary School Center, Pineville, KY
· Plattsburgh High School, Plattsburgh, NY
· Port St. Joe Elementary School, Port St. Joe, FL
· Schenevus Central School, Schenevus, NY
· Ticonderoga Middle School, Ticonderoga, NY
· Willsboro Central School, Willsboro, NY
· Wilson Middle School, Erie, PA
· Yellow Creek School Center, Middlesboro, KY