The New York State Museum, WAMC/Northeast Public Radio and Archivist Media are excited to announce the launch of a new podcast, “A New York Minute In History,” (https://wamcpodcasts.org/a-new-york-minute-in-history/(link is external)) which explores the story of New York State and the unique tales of New Yorkers. The podcast is hosted by New York State Historian Devin Lander and Don Wildman, host of Mysteries at the Museum on Travel Channel. It is produced by WAMC’s Associate News Director Jim Levulis.
“‘A New York Minute In History’ is a great collaboration that will help New Yorkers discover more about the Empire State and the important role it and its citizens have played through the engaging audio medium,” said WAMC/Northeast Public Radio’s President and CEO Alan Chartock. “WAMC is proud to be working with The New York State Museum on this project.”
One great way to keep kids engaged is to encourage participation in Summer Reading at New York Libraries. You can find more information about this year's Summer Reading program below. Enjoy summer and happy reading!
DMV Learners Permit are only AVAILABLE WHEN SCHOOL IS IN SESSION
This is a free service, students may sign up to take their exam in the High School Computer Lab. If the test has been passed, the test supervisor will provide the student with a printed receipt and all necessary paperwork to present at any DMV office to complete the process of receiving your learner's permit.
DMV permit fees apply and must be paid at time of DMV office visit.
DMV Manuals are available in the computer lab.
Online practice tests are available to take through the DMV's website :https://dmv.ny.gov/
All Students can learn. With this in mind, the mission of the Oakfield-Alabama Central School District is to ensure all students acquire and develop the skills and work habits to enable them to become productive members of society.