“The S-STEM program will offer a wide variety of experiences and opportunities to help students graduate in their major, in four years, as engaged scientists and mathematicians, while helping to reduce their debt burden,” he said.
We look forward to the opportunities this grant will bring for students at the college.
To the community service work performed by Laurens Central School students during their spring break.
While we don’t doubt there was plenty of time for fun in the sun during the Caribbean cruise that 25 students took in late March, we’re also proud to see that the group took time to bring donations to the Grand Bahama Children’s Home.
School Superintendent Romona Wenck said the stop was part of a larger initiative to emphasize community service. And it seems to have made an impression on some students.
The cruise was a lot of fun, Eric Ericson said, but the orphanage stop made it special.
“It will be something we always remember,” he said.
We commend the students and the school for their efforts.