JoAnne Iovoli applies the principles of Green Chemistry in her AP Biology, chemistry, and electives plant science and landscaping classes. Why go green? Because it reduces the use of chemicals used and chemical waste generated; teaches each student a safe sustainable way to learn a lesson; it’s safer for all; and prevents pollution and exposure to toxins.
Fourteen (14) students from the Eastern Monroe Career Center (EMCC) placed in the New York State SkillsUSA Conference at the New York State Fairgrounds April 24-26, 2019. Of these, three first place place winners will be attending the National SkillsUSA Leadership Conference and Skills USA Championships in Louisville, KY, June 24-28.
For the first time since Junior Achievement of Central Upstate New York began hosting the JA Titan of Business Challenge here a decade ago, a Rochester City School District school took top honors in the annual contest. It also was the first time each of the team members from the top three teams was female.
The New York State Council of School Superintendents (NYSCOSS) and its Commission on Diversity and Inclusivity is committed to ensuring schools and school districts foster an environment that embraces diversity and inclusiveness.