Morrisville-Eaton Central School District is located in Morrisville, New York, U. S. A, it is located in the center of New York State. It is a small rural village 30 miles southeast of Syracuse and 30 miles southwest of Utica. Morrisville had a population of 2,148 for the 2000 census; the school district consists of the Edward R. Andrews Elementary School and Morrisville-Eaton Junior/Senior High School. Grades K-5 attend the elementary school. High School; the Morrisville-Eaton Central School District serves 15,190 residents in seven townships which are: Eaton, Lebanon, Nelson and Stockbridge. The elementary and high school are host to about 450 students apiece; the elementary school was built in 1935 with a large addition added in 1955. The high school was constructed in 1967 and was first used in March, 1968. In May 1999, voters approved an $11,600,000 renovation project for the high school, in which a large portion of this project included adding onto the school for more classroom space, it added a track and new football field.
This project was completed in 2004. The high school offers a wide range of extra activities for its students. Fall sports include field hockey and girls soccer, football. Winter sports include a wrestling team and girls basketball, a cheerleading squad. Spring sports include track, baseball and tennis. Morrisville is most recognized for their field hockey team, coach Patti Vaughan is 4th on New York State's All-Time wins list; the school's mascot is the Warrior and the school colors are white and scarlet. Official Website
Pinchas Sadeh Pinhas Sadeh, was a Polish-born Israeli novelist and poet. Pinhas Feldman was born in Galicia, his family immigrated to Mandatory Palestine in 1934. He studied in Kibbutz Sarid, he studied in England. Sadeh worked as a shepherd at Kvutzat Kinneret. There he met Yael Sacks, whom he married in 1956 but the union lasted only three months. In 1962-1969, he was married to Yehudit, he began publishing his work in 1945. Sadeh died in Jerusalem at the age of 64. Sadeh's literary output consisted of six collections of verse, two novels, a novella, four books of essays, a children`s book and a collection of Hassidic folktales. Sadeh's work addressed elementary existential issues, he spoke of his writing as "theological" and a "moral act." His first poem translated into English, "Proverbs of the Virgins," appeared in Commentary magazine in August 1950. His collections of poetry included Burden of Dumah, his novels included One Man's Death of Avimelech. He wrote an autobiographical account of his early life, Life as a Parable.
Life as a Parable became his most celebrated work. According to one literary critic, it "expressed a'yearning for religiosity' in a country that sanctified secularism."Sade wrote comic books, which he signed with a pseudonym. He was the author of most of the comics published in Haaretz Shelanu, a children's magazine, using the name "Yariv Amazya." Many of his comics were science-fiction based. Sadeh won the 1990 Bialik Prize for Literature, jointly with Natan Yonatan, he was a 1973 recipient of the Prime Minister's Prize for Hebrew Literary Works. Hebrew literature Israeli literature An Existential Treatment of Biblical Theme: Pinhas Sadeh's "The Death of Abimelech" Pinchas Sadeh’s Religiosity
The Ifugao State University is a government owned and funded university in the Philippines. It was established in 1920 as'Nayon Settlement Farm School' by American educators, it gained its university status under Republic Act 9720 passed by the Philippine Congress and the Senate of the Philippines and duly approved in 2009 by Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo President of the Republic. With the main campus in Lamut, Ifugao, it is mandated to offer course specializations on Agriculture, Nursing, Social Sciences, Teacher Education, Business Administration, Public Administration, Information Technology, Food Science, among others at undergraduate and graduate levels; the Ifugao State University is governed by an 11-member Board of Regents. It is chaired by Hon. Lilian A. De Las Llagas, Commission on Higher Education Commissioner and Chairperson of IFSU'S Board of Regents, its members include: Hon. Eva Marie Codamon-Dugyon, Vice Chairperson Hon. Denis B. Habawel, Representative of Sen. Francis G. Escudero, Chairperson of Senate Committee on Education and Arts Hon. Rosalina L. Bistoyong, Representative of Hon. Paolo Averardo S. Javier, House Committee on Higher & Technical Education Hon. Milagros A. Rimando, Regional Executive Director of NEDA-CAR Hon. Cameron P. Odsey, Regional Executive Director of DA-CAR Hon. Gracelyn L. Tique, President of the Federated Student Association Hon. Laurence H. Nanglegan, Sr.
Private Sector Representative of District I Hon. Donato L. Ngabit Jr. President of the Federated Faculty Association Private Sector Representative of District II President of the Federated Alumni AssociationNote: Hon. Riezelle Auginaya I. Echanova was elected as President of the Federated Alumni Association Gaining international recognition, IFSU sends its students abroad and, at the same time, accommodates foreign students from these areas via exchange programs. International students enrolled at IFSU are accommodated as well. IFSU is accredited/authorized by the Bureau of Immigration of the Philippines to accept foreign students. International partners/linkages include: KOBE Gakuin University, Japan Kanazawa University, Japan Pacific Ocean University, Vietnam Nanyeng International College, Myanmar National Dong Hwa University, Taiwan US Peace Corps Euro College, Macedonia Food and Agriculture Organization National Chengchi University, Taiwan University of California, Los Angeles University Mobility in Asia and the Pacific IFSU's programs are accredited by the Accrediting Agency of Chartered Colleges and Universities in the Philippines.
The AACCUP is a full member of the: National Network of Quality Assurance Agencies, Inc. authorized by the Commission on Higher Education to certify programs duly accredited by accrediting agencies. Asia-Pacific Quality Network with AACCUP as member of the Steering Group based in Hong Kong, China; the APQN is a powerful grouping of accrediting agencies across the Asia Pacific. Among the member countries are Australia, New Zealand, South Korea, India, Malaysia and many other nations. APQN is an international recognized accreditation association, recognized by Council for Higher Education Accreditation. International Network of Quality Assurance Agencies in Higher Education based in The Hague, The Netherlands. Ifugao State University was accredited by International Distance Education Accreditation League on March 18, 2011. IDEAL was a full member of APQN with Head Office in China. IFSU is listed in the IAU database. IAU is a unit of UNESCO. IFSU is listed under universities in the Philippines. Cross Border Campus, Malaysia with Dato Dr. Ben Lee as Coordinator.
Doctor of Business Administration Doctor of Philosophy major inManagement Public Administration Educational ManagementMaster in Business Administration Master of Arts in Education Master of Arts in NursingMain Campus, Lamut, Philippines with Dr. Nancy Ann P. Gonzales, VPAA and Graduate School Coordinator Doctor of Business Administration Doctor of Philosophy major inPublic Administration Educational AdministrationMaster in Business Administration Master in Public Administration Master of Arts in Education Master of Arts in Teaching major in English and Social Sciences Master of Arts in Nursing IFSU in a capsule The history of Ifugao State University chronicles the triumphs of the Ifugao people amidst adversities since its early inception; the history further speaks of the extraordinary and unwavering contributions of its early pioneers that led to the unprecedented and progressive metamorphosis of the University. Today, IFSU continues to flourish and contributes in shaping and improving the socio-economic and political landscape of the province.
The early beginnings In 1920, IFSU started as Nayon Settlement Farm School by American Educators offering general elementary instruction while engaging in agriculture projects vegetable and swine production. It reopened after liberation maintaining its offerings; the substantial success made in these agricultural projects must have provided the ideas for Filipino education officials who took over the leadership of the local education system. Mr. Felix U. Brawner, Sr. District Supervisor of Kiangan, together with Principal Raymundo de Leon conceived a type of instruction based on basic agriculture, for the Nayon Elementary School; when Mr. Brawner was promoted as the Assistant Superintende
Paul Vinsnes was a Norwegian priest and politician. Vinsnes was born at Drammen in Norway, he was the son of his wife Barbara Holm. His father had been a parish priest to Råde in Østfold in Stange in Hedmark, his grandfather had been a Magistrate for the Gudbrandsdalen district of Norddalen in Oppland. He graduated from the University of Copenhagen as cand.theol. With laud in 1814, he first worked for two years as a teacher in Drammen a catechist at Our Saviour's Church in Kristiania before he became chaplain in Vang in Hedmark in 1819. He was appointed as vicar in Trysil in Hedemark in 1820, Hurdal in Akershus in 1822, Aurdal in Nord-Aurdal in 1827, he was assigned to Brunlaugnes in Larvik in 1830 where he was he was the first mayor of the municipality during the period 1838-1846. He was elected to the Norwegian Parliament in 1839, 1842 and 1844, representing the constituency of Jarlsberg og Laurviks Amt, he subsequently returned to the priesthood as dean at Hedemark. He retired in 1870. In 1817, Paul Vinsnes married niece of professor Hans Strøm.
They had several children. Their great-granddaughter, Barbra Ring, was a notable author
The Lechner Spyder SC91 was a sports prototype racing car built by Reynard Motorsport for Walter Lechner and his Walter Lechner Racing School Interserie team in 1991. The car was rebuilt as the Reynard Spyder in 1993, became known as the Reynard Horag in 1997. Throughout its career, it used a Formula 1-derived 3.5-litre Judd V10 engine. One car was built, it proved successful. In 1991, Reynard Motorsport were commissioned by Walter Lechner to build a sports prototype for the Division I class of the Interserie; the car they built was called the Lechner Spyder SC91, used a 3.5-litre Judd V10 engine, similar to one used in Formula One. Lechner drove the car himself under the "Walter Lechner Racing School" banner, gave it its debut at the second round of the 1991 Interserie season, the Nürburgring Supersprint. Two weeks he competed in the next round, held at the Österreichring. Brands Hatch was next, Lechner took third in the first race, repeated the feat in the second race, although he was classified fourth overall.
Lechner returned for the Siegerlandring event. At Siegerlandring, Lechner struggled in the first race, was only able to finish tenth; the final round of the season saw a return to the Österreichring. Lechner finished the season in fourth place, was the most successful non-Porsche 962 driver. Lechner retained the Spyder SC91 for the 1992 season, ran it in the season opener, held at Mugello; the series returned to the Nürburgring, but Lechner retired from the first race once more, did not start the second. Lechner switched to the Lola Horag for the next two races, an attempt at entering the Spyder SC91 in the fifth round of the season, held at Most, was unsuccessful; the Lola was a Division II car. In 1993, the Lechner Spyder SC91 was built with new bodywork, was rechristened as the "Reynard Spyder". Lechner was still the car's driver, however; the rebuilt car's debut was a mixed bag. It was a similar story at Mugello; the Interserie moved to Most, but Lechner retired from both races, although he was classified 14th in the second.
At Siegerlandring, however the car came good again. The penultimate round of the season was held at Donington Park; the Österreichring held the final Interserie race of 1993, where Lechner's third in the first race, second in the second race, secured another second overall. He finished third in the Division I driver's standings, behind both Kremer CK7 Spyders. Lechner would use the Reynard Spyder one last time. Lechner started with a victory in the first race, and, by repeating the feat in the second race, took the overall victory; this would, prove to be the last time that Lechner raced the Reynard Spyder, as he opted to use the Lola Horag HSB for the next couple of years. This one race, was enough for Lechner to take ninth in the Division I championship for 1994. Lechner still retained the Reynard Spyder, ran Josef Neuhauser in it for the 1997 Interserie season; the opening round at Spa saw Neuhauser finish second by just over two hundredths of a second to Karl Hasenbichler, his Penske PC18. At Most, Neuhauser finished fifth in the first race, before a second place in the following race pulled him up to fourth overall.
At the A1-Ring, Neuhauser took his first victory with the car, beating Karl-Heinz Becker's modified Minardi M190 by 21.4 seconds. The fourth and final round of the season was held at the Hungaroring. Neuhauser won the Division I driver's title for 1997. Neuhauser remained in the Reynard Morag for the 1998 Interseries season, but switched to Achleitner Motorsport; the first round of the season, held at Most, saw Neuhauser struggle, finish fifth overall, last. The second round was at Most, here Neuhauser took two victories en route to winning the round outright. Next up was the A1-Ring, where Neuhauser won again, this time by 15.7 seconds from Karl-Heinz Becker. Neuhauser finished the season with this time at the Hungaroring; as a resu