Riverside High School’s Spanish club, moderated by Angela Mozda, are, from left, front row: Morgannn Williams, Kelly Miller, Christina Smith, Olivia Sokolowsky, Amanda Talipski, Kayla Johnson, Hunter Talipski and Anthony DeFrancesco. Back row: Destianna E
January Devil PRIDE Elementary students were chosen based on their outstanding demonstrations of Devil PRIDE, which stands for Prepared, Respectful, Independent, Dependable and Example to others. From left, seated: Ava Arnold, grade two; Jason Kissolovege
Members of Riverside High School’s audio-visual club, moderated by Christine McDermott, are, from left: Tom Hufford, Aggie Miles, Kiersten Royce, Abby Fairclough and Kerilyn Pon.
The Old Forge School District took part in National Signing Day recently. Three Football Players, Michael Cantarella, Armando Sallavanti and Cooper Califano signed with the colleges of their choice. Michael Cantarella will attend Hamilton College, Armando
Old Forge junior Ben Grochowski is tired of feeling like a yo-yo. He knows that when the yo-yo comes to a stop, the Blue Devils are ready to roll. The junior has seen those signs, and is ready to go. “We’ve had some ups and some downs,” Grochowski said. “
The Vikings Read Book Club Skyped with author Jackson Pearce recently. Jackson Pearce writes books for young adult and middle-grade readers. Skyping from Atlanta, she spoke with the Vikings Read Book Club after club members read several of her retold fair
These students from Riverside Elementary West School were chosen as Role Models for the month. From left, first row: Addison Smith, Payton Oustrich, Cooper Borowski, Anthony Aragon, Blake Hill, Kenielys Fernandez-Rivera, Quinn Coyle and Annabelle Laskowsk
The Old Forge Junior High life skills class is reaching out to the community for help. This classroom is new this year in the Junior High School. Teacher Nicole Warnek and the staff in the classroom need help in obtaining items, so that they could teach d