Archive for March, 2017
The topic was Agricultural Science in March’s Pathway Panel Discussion. Mike Settle (owner of Settle Family Farms), Shannon and Robbie Dygert (owners of Dygert Farm), Ray Dykeman (owner of Dykeman & Son’s Inc.), and Dr. Eric Ried (Director of Nutrition at Cooperative Feed Dealers) talked about their farms and career decisions and answered question from […]
HFM students Azura Mcguire and Christopher Kosarovich enjoy the outdoors on snowshoes in Karen Edwards Physical Education class at Boulevard Elementary School in Gloversville.
Four PTECH students visited the GlobalFoundries semiconductor fabrication plant in Malta to participate in a job-shadowing opportunity Monday. Juniors Nick Suits and Grant Stevens and sophomores Ann Ballou and Monique Beam spent their school day at GlobalFoundries, where they got a full tour, viewed a presentation on what Mock and her colleagues in the Lithography […]
HFM PTECH hosted another session in this year’s Third Thursday Professional Series on March 16, with business mentors coming in to talk to students about job interviews. Local professionals in attendance were, Gail Breen of FMS Workforce Development, Shawn Czadzeck of Townsend Leather, John Nasso of Catholic Charities of Fulton and Montgomery Counties, Tim O’Brien […]
HFM student Christopher Rumrill, a fourth grader from Northville, won first place for an individual project at the Boulevard Elementary School Science Fair in Gloversville on Wednesday March 8. His project on AM Radio explained about frequencies, transmitting signals and electrical energy. He described what a radio is and how its parts – the antenna, […]
Students in teacher Theresa House’s HFM classroom at Gloversville Middle School work on Adobe Spark projects they created. Adobe Spark gives students a safe creative outlet to express their ideas and share content. A closed system, Spark allows students to create projects from the creative commons library in three forms: a website, an editable image, or […]