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Annunciation Pre-K Program Seeks Part-time Teaching Assistant

Annunciation Pre-K Program Seeks Part-time Teaching Assistant

The Strong Start Early Childhood Learning Academy at the Church of the Annunciation, 7580 Clinton St., Elma, has experienced a larger than expected enrollment for the 2016-17 school year and is looking for an additional part-time teaching assistant. 

The teaching assistant will provide assistance and service to the Strong Start staff and students. This is a part-time position requiring approximately 15 to 19 hours per week. Requirements include a bachelor's degree in education, or working toward an education degree from an accredited college or university in the areas of early childhood, childhood development or a closely related field. Experience working in a preschool environment is preferred.

It’s Your World! Develop It! Powered by AT&T and WNY STEM Hub

It’s Your World! Develop It! Powered by AT&T and WNY STEM Hub

 

WNY STEM Hub, SUNY Buffalo State and the Girls Scouts of America Teams up with AT&T to Launch the Region’s First All Girls Coding Program to Close the Tech Gender Gap 

 

AT&T, WNY STEM Hub, SUNY Buffalo State and the Girls Scouts of Western New York have partnered to create the region’s first computer coding program exclusively for girls, It’s Your World! Develop It! Powered by AT&T, to encourage more women to enter the field of technology, specifically coding, an industry that is alarmingly male-dominant.

It’s Your World! Develop It! Powered by AT&T and WNY STEM Hub

It’s Your World! Develop It! Powered by AT&T and WNY STEM Hub

 

WNY STEM Hub, SUNY Buffalo State and the Girls Scouts of America Teams up with AT&T to Launch the Region’s First All Girls Coding Program to Close the Tech Gender Gap 

 

AT&T, WNY STEM Hub, SUNY Buffalo State and the Girls Scouts of Western New York have partnered to create the region’s first computer coding program exclusively for girls, It’s Your World! Develop It! Powered by AT&T, to encourage more women to enter the field of technology, specifically coding, an industry that is alarmingly male-dominant.

Dog Ears Bookstore to Offer Summer Reading and Writing Camps for Kids and Teens

Dog Ears Bookstore to Offer Summer Reading and Writing Camps for Kids and Teens

Summer reading and writing camps for kids and teens will be offered this summer by Dog Ears Bookstore & The Enlightenment Literacy Arts Center, located at 688 Abbott Road, Buffalo.

A free Summer Reading & Writing Camp for Kids begins on June 27. Sponsored by South District Councilman Chris Scanlon, this camp will feature reading and writing activities, games and more, with all activities aligned with Common Core and New York State Standards in Education. Participants must reside in Councilman Scanlon’s district.

Held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily, this camp will be offered from June 27 through July 1 for 7 and 8 year olds, July 11-15 for students ages 9 to 11, and July 18-22 for students ages 12 and 13.

Daemen Selected as National College of Distinction

Daemen Selected as National College of Distinction

For the ninth consecutive year, Daemen College has earned national recognition as a College of Distinction in honor of the institution’s excellence in undergraduate higher education and innovative application of high impact educational practices.

“We are proud to receive once again this national distinction and to be cited as one of the best colleges in the nation,” said Daemen President Gary A. Olson. “This prestigious honor reaffirms our steadfast commitment to providing exceptional academic programs and a distinctive college experience that prepares our students for future professional success.”

MQA Students Reach for the Stars ... and the Moon!

MQA Students Reach for the Stars ... and the Moon!

At Mary Queen of Angels Regional Catholic School in Cheektowaga, teachers and staff are always looking for creative ways to encourage students to “reach for the stars!” Those words were put into action recently when the school’s STREAM coordinator and fourth grade teacher, Stephany Nalley, invited the Buffalo Astronomical Association (BAA) to visit for a hands-on Astronomy Night as part of the STREAM science curriculum. 

The BAA is a local organization composed of people from all walks of life who share a passion for the night sky and the science of astronomy. While the group’s individual interests are diverse, the membership has a common goal to foster science education and an appreciation of astronomy.

Teen Built House to be Auctioned to the Highest Bidder

Teen Built House to be Auctioned to the Highest Bidder

Cash Realty & Auctions will auction a student built modular home on Friday, June 10 at 9:30 a.m. The three bedroom, one bathroom, 1,242 square-foot ranch was built by the high school students enrolled in Erie 1 BOCES building trades program.

For the past 15 years, students have built a home as part of a hands-on learning experience offered by public education via Erie 1 BOCES. The house has been inspected and meets building code. Updates to the floor plan include a larger common bath, a larger master bedroom, an electric fireplace, built-in computer work station and buffet, and a security system donated by Casco Security Systems.