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Growing Community in Gouverneur

Ground was broken and tilled last spring for a new community garden in Gouverneur managed by young people. Todd Moe visited the garden as the first seeds were planted.  Go to full article
Horizons participants learn robotics design, programming, strategy and logic. Here they build competing Lego robots.
Horizons participants learn robotics design, programming, strategy and logic. Here they build competing Lego robots.

Science Camp for Girls

Only 12 percent of the nation's jobs in science, engineering and technology are held by women. Clarkson University wants to help change that statistic with its Horizon program, a two-week summer camp that brings middle school girls and science together. Jody Tosti found out kids in the program are not only learning about science but also about teamwork.  Go to full article

Middle School Test Scores: Good News, Bad News

The latest 4th and 8th grade test scores from the state Education Department show that learning in New York's middle schools continues to be a problem. Karen Dewitt reports.  Go to full article
Members of the band "Perserverance", from Norwood-Norfolk High School.
Members of the band "Perserverance", from Norwood-Norfolk High School.

Rockin' at the Green

High school musicians usually get a chance to perform for an audience at school jazz band or orchestra concerts. But aside from parties and the occasional high school dance, there are few opportunities for young rock musicians to test their licks in public. For 7 years now, the Norwood Village Green concert series has provided an outlet for high school bands to rock out. David Sommerstein takes us backstage at the High School Rock Band Festival.  Go to full article

Youth Group Honored for Helping Kids Stay Smoke-free

The Ogdensburg Boys and Girls Club and the Gouverneur Recreation Center were recognized yesterday for their efforts in helping kids stay smoke-free. Martha Foley reports.  Go to full article
Common Ground: Seeds and seedlings are planted in Gouverneur's new community garden.
Common Ground: Seeds and seedlings are planted in Gouverneur's new community garden.

A Place to Grow: Gouverneur's New Community Garden

Ground was broken and tilled late last month for a new community garden in the village of Gouverneur. It's not the first or the only community garden in the North Country, but it's one that will be managed by young people and youth groups. Organizers say it will be a reliable source of fresh vegetables for area families and food pantries, as well as a powerful means to bring people together. Todd Moe visited the garden as the first seeds were planted.  Go to full article

Director Jay Craven on Teens in Film

Martha Foley talks with film director Jay Craven about giving young people a start in film. Craven's credits include "Where Rivers Flow North" and "The Spitfire Grill". He's involved in the teen film forum at the Lake Placid Film Forum this week.  Go to full article

Commentary: Memories of a Teenage Mom

Memories of a teenage mom from commentator Jill Vaughan.  Go to full article

Gateways to Careers

The art of interviewing for a job is a skill that can only be gained by experience. So, again this year, North Country high school students got to so some mock interviews during the eighth annual "Gateways to Careers" event held at Clarkson University. Jody Tosti was there and spoke with some of the students about their future plans.  Go to full article

Potsdam High School Students Offered College Courses

SUNY Potsdam is giving local high school students an opportunity to earn some college credits by taking courses on campus. Jody Tosti reports.  Go to full article

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