Monday, February 13th, 2023: Syracuse Academy of Science has been working with Upstate Medical University for two years to develop a medical pathway for our students. Through the program called UMU @ SANY, our Syracuse Academy of Science high school students have been able to meet with future doctors and medical professionals. After months of these meetings and solving case studies, #SASAtoms finally visited Upstate Medical University! Participants in this program will not have to take the MCAT if they attend UMU.
Friday, February 10th, 2023: Syracuse Academy of Science high school is paying it forward in a time of tragedy. Atoms organized a fundraiser for earthquake victims in Turkey and Syria. They raised a total of $1123, which will all be used to support the families and victims affected by this devastation.
Wednesday, February 8th, 2023: Colonel Thomas Carello from the Civil Air Patrol, Mary Wood, Charles Garland, and Abdul Shakir from the Onondaga County chapter of the Rotary Club spoke with our 6th and 7th-grade students about Civil Air Patrol. Syracuse Academy of Science Atoms learned about the opportunity to experience the flight simulator at Hancock airport and how to obtain their private pilot's license by age 16! Our Atoms were very engaged in the conversation and asked insightful questions. The program Colonel Carello talked about starts at age 12 and is free to any of our students who wish to participate. If you would like more information, don't hesitate to contact the main office.
Wednesday, February 1st, 2023: On your mark, get set, go! The Syracuse Academy of Science indoor track team raced to the top in a League Meet. The girl's team came in 6th place, and the boy's team got 4th place!
Please congratulate our student-athletes for these individual accomplishments:
Amir Taylor: 1st Place in 55 Hurdles
1st Place & New PR in Triple Jump
Entered Top 50 in New York State for Triple Jump
Andre McClain: 2nd place & new PR in 55 Hurdles
Zion Rivera: 2nd in Weigh Throwing (Setting a New PR)
The following student-athletes won sectionals and will be participating in the State Qualifiers on February 15th at OCC at 4:30pm.
Amir Taylor: First place in Triple Jump , 1st Place in 55 hurdle
Jahmarion Clarke: 1st Place in the 55m dash
The SAS Boys Track Team finished the season, tied for 3rd place overall.
Congratulations to our two Section 3 Champions; Amir Taylor, Jahmarion Clarke, and coach Terry. Good luck at State Qualifiers!
Tuesday, January 31st, 2023: It was Kindergarten's turn to roll on to Caz Sports Bowl and Strike up some fun! Syracuse Academy of Science kindergarteners, teachers, and even some parents had a blast learning about forces and motion and just getting out of the classroom for some fun. Thanks, Caz Sports Bowl, for hosting us again!
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Tuesday, February 7th, 2023: It doesn't HAVE to be a snowman! Each month, Syracuse Academy of Science elementary sends home projects for students to complete with their families. The projects are voluntary but encouraged so we can all glimpse each student’s family culture, traditions, and stories. We had some fun with January’s project! Families were tasked with taking an ordinary snowman outline and turning it into something else.
Take a look at the “Disguise a Snowman” family project. Thank you to all the families that participated!
Monday, January 6th, 2023: Syracuse Academy of Science 4th graders are making food sculptures out of toilet paper! The artists added color, details, and decorations to their masterpieces.
Sculpture teaches students to think beyond the flat 2nd dimension and bring real-life problem-solving into their artwork. Sculpting also aids in developing observational skills. Students will learn how to watch the world in full detail. They will be more considerate in looking at each part of an object. Besides learning sculpture, scholars will learn to picture the world more realistically.
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Friday, January 27th, 2023: Syracuse Academy of Science third graders had a fun-filled day at wonderworks. They experienced hurricane wind stimulation, played mind games, rode a virtual roller coaster, and even laid on a bed of nails (ouch!). The students worked hard the last couple of weeks learning how to tell time and all about Vikings. So, this was a well-deserved “break” to enjoy each other’s company!
Tuesday, January 17th, 2023: Syracuse Academy of Science elementary school's 1A Class was so fortunate to have SANY Superintendent, Dr. Hayali, visit! We discussed what a Superintendent does and why his job is so important. He also took the time to answer all kinds of questions, and our atoms learned all about him! Dr. Hayali left them with a special message to always remember: You are amazing!
- SAS Elementary Atoms Wear Yellow to Celebrate National School Choice Week
- SAS 3rd Graders Receive Nutrition Education
- SAS 2nd Graders Spend the Day at Little Ray’s Nature Centre
- SAS ES Atoms Complete Share the Warmth Donation Drive
- SAS Elementary School Celebrates National School Choice Week
- Congressional Award Students Visit Philadelphia, PA
- SAS Elementary Hosting Open Houses for New Families
- Teacher Spotlight: Ms. Alonso-Bergevin
- SAS 3rd Grade Atoms Learn how to be Zen
- SAS 3rd Graders Have Enough Fun to Spare