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Superintendents at Potsdam, Canton and Norwood-Norfolk schools say they won’t stop parents who want to keep their third through eighth grade children from taking Common Core assessment tests in April and May. The state Education Department said its policy is that students must take the tests. However, the New York State United Teachers challenged that, saying parents have an innate right to see after their children’s best interests.

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Blood drive in Canton on April 7

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Story from WWNY , Mar 30, 11:59 am

Brasher Girl Scouts visit, donate to Badenhausen Library

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Massena Moose gives to Little League program

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Author, climate-change activist Bill McKibben to speak in Canton April 1

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  • LOST: a single Chrysler remote access key either in Morristown area or Ogdensburg.
  • FOUND: CATS: One black male cat, not fixed, medium hair length, very loveable. Male cat light haired multi color, blue eyes, very large male looks like he's been neutered, very affectionate. One orange male tabby cat with a collar and a bell.
  • LOST: set of Toyota car keys, they are the keyless entry/start keys.
  • LOST: Samsung Galaxy 5 S disappeared from Potsdam school gym locker on 3/24 3:00-4:45pm If you find just drop off at Verizon...
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