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  • Featured Story

    May 31, 2013
    School Nutrition

    The AuguPicture1sta School Nutrition Program Serves Up Nutritious Meals When School is out!

    The Augusta School Nutrition Program is once again participating in the Summer Food Service Program.  We will be providing free lunches at area playgrounds and recreation programs from June 17 through August 16, 2013.  Area children, ages 18 and younger are welcome to attend, no paperwork needed!

    Location Serving Time:

    Buker Recreation Center & Playground     11:00
    North St. Playground – North Street           11:25
    Calumet Playground - Northern Avenue    11:45
    Williams Playground - Bangor Street         12:15
    McCall’s Playground - Eastern Avenue       12:40

     

  • May 31, 2013
    8th Grade Speeches

    IMGFourteen students in Mr. Maines and Ms. Rideout-Dawes gave speeches about the person or event who they believed made the biggest impact in the 21st Century.  The students gave speeches about Albert Einstein, IMGBonnie and Clyde, Walt Disney and Henry Ford, among others. 

    Emma Whitney was selected as the winner of the contest.  The fourteen students were selected from all of the 8th grade class students who made speeches and created display boards about their selection of change agents. 

    Special thanks to Senator Roger Katz, Mayor Bill Stokes, Superintendent Anastasio for serving as judges for the event.

     

  • May 31, 2013
    CSPAN Comes to Cony

    IMGCony Middle and High School hosted C-SPAN this month as they recogniIMGzed Peter Ackerman, a junior at Cony.  Peter created a documentary about the high cost of college and submitted it to CSPAN and was selected 4th out of 1,800 submissions throughout the country.  Cony and CSPAN, along with CTV 7 and Time Warner Cable, hosted an assembly celebrating Peter's IMGaccomplishments.  CSPAN brought their multi-media bus to Cony and allowed students to tour it as well as view their delivery of the news.

  • May 28, 2013
    Bridge Dedication

    BridgeA Time to Remember, A Time to Say: Thank You! Redman, Rodrigue, Rugan

    There are many people who do exemplary things for our community.  During my five years as athletic director, I have been very fortunate to know three very special people who have made long lasting impressions with not only me but the city of Augusta, the Augusta school system and the various community organizations that they have been involved with.

    The Cony community and the city of Augusta lost two of these very special people in the spring of 2011; Mr. Robert Redman and his daughter, Maureen Redman Rodrigue.  Both passed away within one month of each other and the loss was felt city-wide.  It was a difficult time for everyone but the loss also led to an inspiration.

    Mr. Redman and Maureen were a significant part of our Augusta community and loyal to the Cony family.  

    Robert Redman graduated from Cony in 1944 and during his career at Cony he was a captain of the track team and baseball team and earned eleven varsity letters. After he left the Cony community he continued with even greater contributions to the Augusta East Little League and Augusta Babe Ruth League organizations; in addition to the time put into helping to organize and manage these groups he coached an Augusta East Little League team to a state championship in 1960.  If that wasn’t enough, Mr. Redman played a significant role in the development of Augusta’s CARA project and we know what a facility that has become.

     



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