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SAS High School Awards Ceremony

On Thursday, November 9th, 2017, SAS high school is proud of all its students and the hard work they apply. Students received awards marking their academic achievements during the first marking period this year. Students were called up by grade level to receive their certificates of achievement. Students were awarded for honor roll & high honor roll.

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Le Moyne College Visit

On Thursday, November 9th, 2017, A representative from Le Moyne College visited our high school. Le Moyne is a private college located in Syracuse. NY. Le Moyne has a 13:1 student to faculty ratio and over 30 majors. The average class size is just 20 students.Our Juniors and Seniors learned about academics, student life and admissions. Students asked questions about the college.

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Gerald Veasley Master Class

On Friday, October 26th, 2017 Jazz player Gerald Veasley had a masterclass with the high school music band class. Students in the band class had a once in a lifetime opportunity to play music with Mr. Veasley. All the students learned about the music industry and what it is like to be a performing artist. Students enjoyed a chance to play a blues riff with Mr.Vealey. Students were also able to ask Mr.Veasley questions and received advice form the jazz artist.

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3-4 New & Noteworthy Student Achievement

On Thursday, October 26th, 2017, SAS elementary school is proud of all its students and the hard work they apply. For the month of October, several students in grades 3-4 earned special recognition for their achievements.

Class 3A celebrated a very trustworthy student who exudes an honest relationship with his peers and teachers, is always kind, and is someone who can be trusted to do the right thing, even when no one is looking. Class 3A’s student of the month is Evan O’Neill. Three other students earned the following quarterly awards: for High Academics, Irene Garcia; Most Improved, Christian Loften; and Best Citizenship, Iyanna Leary. 
            The student of the month in class 3B was Jayden MacKool. Most Improved was Juelz Burgos, Best Citizenship was Kymari Cunningham, and Best Academics was Ashton Barfknecht.
Justin Boland was October’s student of the month in class 3C was, whileJoshua Jamison earned Best Academics. Caden Labereck earned Most Improved and Isabella Desito earned Best Citizenship. The student of the month in class 4A was Hunter Payne. Best Academics was awarded to Wajih Hassan, Most Improved was earned by Antonio Maddox, and Best Citizenship was awarded to Jefmarie Muniz.
        Be sure to congratulate all these students on their outstanding achievements.

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K-2 New & Noteworthy Student Achievement

On Wednesday, October 25th, SAS elementary school is proud of all its students and the hard work they apply. For the month of October, several students in grades K-2 earned special recognition for their achievements.
            In Kindergarten class K-B, the student of the month was Javahe Perry. Quarterly awards were given as follows: Best Academics went to Bahanii Everett-Dahlke, Most Improved was earned by Key’Vell Sallard, and Best Citizenship went to Sa’Nazja Hickey.
            In Kindergarten class K-A, Rahaf Alomeri was student of the month. Rahaf can always be counted on to be caring and helpful in the classroom. She gives each task her best effort, encouraging others to do the same. Rahaf includes others and is genuinely happy for the achievement of her classmates. She is a role model and a pleasure to have in class.
            Students in Class1B established trustworthiness as their character trait of the month, which means being honest and telling the truth. That's exactly what student of the month Amelia Destito did and does! Amelia is hard working and a role model for others. We are proud of her accomplishments. Best Academics went to Gemil Camby, Best Citizenship was awarded to Seham Tanya, and Most Improved was Navy'An King.

Be sure to congratulate all these students on their outstanding achievements.

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First Graders Visit Tim’s Pumpkin Pacth

On Tuesday, October 24th, 2017, first graders went to Tim's Pumpkin Patch. First graders picked pumpkins, apples and had a great time.

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Wells College Visit

On Monday, October 23rd, 2017, A representative from Wells College visited our high school. Wells college is located in Aurora, NY. Offering 27 majors and 48 minors Wells is just over an hour drive from Syracuse. Our Juniors and Seniors learned about academics, student life and admissions. Students were able to ask questions about the college.

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Medaille College Visit

On October 19th, 2017, A representative from Medaille College visited our high school. Medaille College is located in Rochester, NY with a 16:1 student to faculty ratio. Medaille offers 37 academic programs. Our Juniors and Seniors learned about academics, student life and admissions. Students asked questions about the college.

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SAS Robotics Team attended the CNY Build 'Em and Bust 'Em bridge building competition

SAS Robotics Team attended the CNY Build 'Em and Bust 'Em bridge building competition at the MOST museum on Saturday, November 11. We went to the competition with 7 teams which consist of 14 students.

Lalita Dahal, Umesh Dahal, Karl Russo, Jade Regner, Brenden Reilly, Joseph Capra, Wah Hee Dar, Moo Ra Say, Huda Ali, Zakaria Ali, Riley Phuc, Azamat Karimov, Natalia Amado and Benjamin Cameron. 

Lalita and Umesh received first place.Benjamin and Natalia received second place.And also Ben and Natalia received the Best Bridge Team Name award, "Bridge to Ethiopia".Robotics Team members received the First Place and Second Place in category 3 CNY Build 'Em and Bust 'Em bridge building competition.

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5th & 6th Graders went to Everson Museum of Art

Starting on Wednesday, November 8th, 2017, the 5th and 6th grade students of the Syracuse Academy of Science had the opportunity of traveling to the Everson Museum of Art, located in downtown Syracuse. The Everson is home to approximately 11,000 works of art such as paintings, sculptures, drawings, videos, graphics, and one of the largest holdings of international ceramics in the nation. The students were broken up into small groups and each group had a docent that took them on a tour of the museum, explaining the artwork and history of each piece Our SAS atoms made us very proud with their knowledge of art, their kindness, and ambition to learn

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