Education

BULLYING
12:44 pm
Fri February 28, 2014

Nottingham HS Seniors Hope to Take "Bully Proof" Public Relations Campaign Nationally

An anti-bullying campaign created by Claire Breed and Deasia Hawkins.

Two Nottingham High School Seniors are waiting to see if their “Bully Proof” campaign to shield and stop others from bullying will advance from the State level to a national competition.

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Tax Tips
4:48 pm
Thu February 27, 2014

Tax Tips for Parents, Self-Employed, the AMT and more

Listen to any of the 2014 Tax Tips you might have missed from the week of Feb 24-28...or those you want to hear again. 

Lots of joys and frustrations come from being a parent.  Well at tax time, you want to use your mom or dad status to your advantage.

Dependents, Deductions, Credits, Schedules – all figure into Tax Time.  But there could be an alternative thing to think about – here’s a ‘head-up’.

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BLACK HISTORY MONTH
1:36 pm
Thu February 27, 2014

Porter Elementary Students Celebrate MLK Through Acts of Kindness

Porter Primary Select Chorus performs "We Are the World."
Credit John Smith/WAER News

Porter Elementary students performed a song today in remembrance of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.  The school’s first ever Peace Assembly was held as Black History Month comes to a close.

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2014 Tax Tips
2:18 pm
Wed February 19, 2014

2014 Tax Tips (archive) on: Who Should File, Tax Help, E-file and more

TAX TIP #1:  Some of us gotta…and some of us wanna.  The reasons why you have to – or should – be filing a tax return.

TAX TIP #2:  Tax Filing Season can be a bit mysterious to many.  It can raise a lot of questions…but you have to solve one first.

TAX TIP #3: Some people dread tax time – finding receipts, collecting forms, THE MATH!  How about if we told you how to find a Tax Angel?

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African-American Panel Discussion
6:50 pm
Fri February 7, 2014

Black History Month Is a Time for Learning

Cammie Nash, a seventh-grader at Ed Smith K-8 School in Syracuse, NY, asks district Superintendent Sharon Contreras a question about reaching success at the school's Black History Month panel on Friday, Jan. 7, 2014.
Credit Valerie Crowder, WAER News

Around 300 students packed the cafeteria at Syracuse’s Ed Smith K-8 School on Friday to hear two African-American public leaders share their paths to success.  

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