UPCOMING Programs:

~ JULY Workshops:

DIGITAL DIRT/COLLEGE TRANSITION
July 23, 2014
This program is full
Registration is now closed.

COLLEGE IS IN YOUR FUTURE
July 31, 2014
This program is full
Meet just inside the
Athletics Facility
NOT
the Main Bldg.

~ AUGUST Workshops:

STUDY SKILLS
August 5-6, 2014
Only a few spots left -please register soon!

COLLEGE VISIT TIPS
August 12, 2014
There is still room -please register soon!
(Parents Welcome)

SCHOOLS OF THOUGHT
August 19, 2014
There is still room -please register soon!
(Parents Welcome)

Check the Newsletter and Calendar for more ACE info.


ACE Office
Cornish Hall, Room 1312B
SUNY Cortland
Cortland, NY  13045
Phone: 607-753-5662
Fax: 607-753-5561
Email: ace@cortland.edu

Carol Clarke,
ACE Coordinator
  carol.clarke@cortland.edu

Lisa Petracca,
ACE Staff
   ace@cortland.edu

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Participating Districts

The following 9 Central NY School Districts will participate in the ACE partnership during 2012-13.
The Liaison for each is listed.
ACE welcomes 2 new districts; Marathon & McGraw joining this semester.

School District
WEBSITES
ACE
LIAISONS
 Phn. Numbers District 2013-2014
CALENDARS (pdf)
Cincinnatus Kim MacDonald Grds.9-10
Jodi Carey Grds.11-12
607-863-3200 Cincinnatus Calendar
Cortland Penny Pomeroy 
Bob Walrath
607-758-4118  Cortland Calendar
DeRuyter Maureen Alger 315-852-3400 #3  DeRuyter Calendar
Homer Darlene Latten 607-749-1209  Homer Calendar
Lansing Cathy Moseley 607-533-3020 x3217  Lansing Calendar
Marathon Michelle Walker 607-849-3251  Marathon Calendar
McGraw Trish Walter 607-836-3610  McGraw Calendar
Newfield Rick Pawlewicz 607-564-9955 x3131  Newfield Calendar
South Seneca Scott Anderson 607-869-9636  South Seneca Calendar

     
OCM BOCES    (607) 758-5100 OCM BOCES  Schools
TST BOCES    (607) 257-1551 TST BOCES  Schools

For driving directions to events that are held at participating school districts, we recommend that you the check the individual district websites above, call the  ACE office at  (607) 753-5662 

Role of The ACE Liaisons:

The Liaison for each school district plays a key role in the overall program.  Liaisons serve as support professionals for participants and spokespersons for the ACE program within their local school districts.  They are the primary contact between the students/parents and the ACE program.

What Liaisons do:

  • Host an "Information Night" each Spring for potential ACE families.
  • Keep track of students' participation and encourage them to attend events.
  • Annually review student's progress in the ACE program.
  • Accompany or arrange supervision for students on ACE Campus Visits and other ACE field trips.
  • Meet with the Coordinator each month and with the Operating Committee once per year.