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C-C Students Win Chili Lions Club Poster Contest
Churchville, NY-Megan Specksgoor, sixth grade student at Churchville-Chili Intermediate School and Devin Flood, eighth grade student at Churchville-Chili Junior High School, each won first place in a local poster competition sponsored by the Churchville Lions Club.
Specksgoor’s and Flood’s poster are among more than 325,000 entries submitted worldwide in the fifteenth annual Lions International Peace Poster Contest. This year’s contest theme, “Dream of Peace”, emphasized the importance of world peace to young people everywhere…More.
Churchville-Chil Intermediate School Receives ExxonMobil Grant
Churchville-Chili Intermediate School received a $500 grant from the ExxonMobil Educational Alliance program. New books and computer equipment for the renovated library were purchased with this grant.
Arrow Marts, Inc. of Churchville worked with Ralph Smith, Assistant Superintendent for Administration for Churchville-Chili Central Schools, to secure this grant. Smith said, “We are pleased to receive this funding, which will support the expansion of the Intermediate School computer lab and purchase new books for the library.” …More.
C-C Announces Superintendent Choice
The Churchville-Chili Board of Education has offered the position of superintendent of schools to Annemarie Spadafora. Spadafora has been superintendent of the Holland School District in Holland NY, just south of Buffalo, since 1998. Before that, she was executive high school principal in the Liverpool (NY) Central School District, with a high school student population of 2700 and a staff of 200. Spadafora has been an educator for 27 years, beginning her career as a teacher in the Marcellus Central School District…More.
Simms Receives National Achievement Scholarship Program Certificate of Merit
Susan Salvaggio, Churchville-Chili Senior High School principal, announced that Ashley Simms, a C-C senior, has placed among the top five percent of more than 115,000 Black Americans who entered the 2003 National Achievement Scholarship Program. He was recognized by Salvaggio and Interim Superintedent of Schools Dr. Larry Pedersen, and presented with a certificate of merit from the National Achievement Scholarship Program…More.
Eight (8) Students Recognized by the National Merit Scholarship Program
Susan Salvaggio, principal of Churchville-Chili Senior High School, recently announced that eight C-C senior students are named Commended Students in the 2003 National Merit Scholarship Program. These students are Jenny Baker, Elizabeth Dombrowski, Matthew George, Kathleen Hastings, Kelly Jakubowski, Matthew Price, Kelli French and Jordan Hicks …More.
Senior High School Band Fruit Sale
The annual Churchville-Chili Senior High School Band Fruit Sale got under way on Wednesday, October 16. This year the band is using a Rochester-based company featuring fresh produce from Florida, California, New York and Hawaii. New selections are available this year, including New York State apples, D’Anjou pears, California navel oranges in 2/5 or 4/5-bushel sizes, and “Jet-Fresh” Hawaiian pineapples. The usual selections of red grapefruit, navel oranges, and juice-oranges in 2/5 and 4/5-bushel sizes are still available. Mixed boxes of oranges and grapefruit, as well as orange-grapefruit-apple and orange-pear-apple gift boxes are also available…More.