Tuesday, November 15th, 2022: Third-grade student representatives enjoyed breakfast with Superintendent Dr. Hayali. Students and Dr. Hayali chatted about what they want to be when they grow up, what they would change in their school, and how to be a good team member and part of our community. Congratulations to these special students, and thank you to Dr. Hayali for spending the morning with them!
Wednesday, November 30th, 2022: Do you have a favorite family recipe? Maybe it's your grandma's gooey chocolate chip cookies or your mom's chicken noodle soup. 5th, 6th, and 7th graders are cooking up something exciting at Syracuse Academy of Science middle school! Atoms shared their family's favorite recipes and maybe even some secret recipes with our Student Council members, who created a book to share with everyone. Atoms can purchase Recipe Books for $5 (cash only). Students can buy them in homeroom or by seeing Ms. Chapman.
Wednesday, November 30th, 2022: Fourth Graders at Syracuse Academy of Science learned all about Central New York’s history during a field trip to the Onondaga Historical Association. Atoms received a guided tour of the museum and watched a sound and light show, all while learning about important historical events like Syracuse’s role in the underground railroad. The museum displayed important artifacts from history for the students to see. They even got to listen to music from a record player!
Thank you to the OHA for hosting us. It was a very informative trip for our students.
Friday, December 2nd, 2022: Citizenship & Science Academy of Syracuse is grieving a tragic loss. On Tuesday, November 22nd, Nezamiyah White unexpectedly passed away in a house fire. Nezamiyah was a sweet student who always had a smile on her face. Her smile was infectious and she radiated positivity wherever she went. Nezamiyah worked hard in school, earning many awards throughout her time at Citizenship. She was a great friend to all and a leader in her class. One of Nezamiyah's passions was gymnastics. At recess it was a guarantee Nezamiyah would be practicing her tumbling and cartwheels with her friends. She wanted to be a gymnastics coach when she grew up. Nezamiyah enjoyed reading and adored art.
We can’t begin to imagine the pain her family is experiencing with this tragic loss. Please join us for a spaghetti dinner fundraiser to benefit the family of Nezamiyah White on Saturday, December 17th at the Syracuse Academy of Science high school cafeteria. Stop by anytime from 5 to 9 pm for dine in or take out. Dinners are $10 each and all proceeds will go to Nezamiyah’s family.
You can also donate on this gofundme organized by Nezamiyah's family.
Thank you for coming together to help out as a community. We are many atoms, one family.
Tuesday, November 22nd, 2022: 7th-grade middle school students exercised their presentation and teamwork skills with the What’s in the Room “sales pitch.” Students were given 20 minutes to choose an item in the room and brainstorm how to sell it to the judges (AKA Mrs. Nickless, Mr. Jan, and Ms. Obrist). Then they had to create a flier including the name of the product, logo/slogan, how much they were selling the item for, and where they could sell it. Students wowed the judges with colorful fliers, website designs, and even a commercial!
Thursday & Friday, November 17th- 18th, 2022: 6th and 7th-grade students combined science with entertainment at WonderWorks inside Destiny USA. With more than 100 unique exhibits and activities, students got hands-on experience making HUGE bubbles, feeling the power of hurricane-force winds, and entering into astronaut training. Students also had a blast with laser tag and braving the multi-level ropes course.
Thursday, November 17th, 2022: Second graders at Syracuse Academy of Science had a guest speaker from OCRRA teach them how recycling works in Onondaga county. Atoms watched a short video on how recyclables are separated, then showed examples of items to recycle or throw away.
It’s important to teach children about sustainability. It’s a skill they will keep with them for the rest of their lives.
Wednesday, November 16th, 2022: The middle school robotics team is gearing up for this year’s Vex IQ competitions. With a foundation built on solid problem-solving and collaboration, teams work together to build a robot that will collect discs and then “shoot” or push them into a goal. The VEX IQ Competition is presented by the Robotics Education & Competition Foundation. It provides elementary and middle school students with exciting, open-ended robotics challenges that enhance their STEM skills.
We are very proud of the SAS middle school robotics team.
Wednesday, November 16th, 2022: Our curriculum focuses on getting students into college, an important part of which is college visits. The Syracuse Academy of Science high school band visited Ithaca College. They rehearsed in a clinic with the director of bands, Dr. Rochford, ate in the cafeteria, toured the campus, had an admissions information session, and observed a wind ensemble rehearsal. They learned a lot about music, band, and college while having a great time.
Tuesday, November 15th, 2022: Fifth, sixth, and seventh grade students from Syracuse Academy of Science middle school had an opportunity to have lunch with SANY superintendent Dr. Tolga Hayali. Students discussed college and career plans for their future, and offered suggestions on how to improve our school! It was a positive and welcoming conversation.
- Class 1C Braves the Wild at Little Ray’s Nature Center
- Congressional Award Students Take on the Windy City
- 2A Class Studies Ancient Greece & Democracy
- SAS HS Student Athletes Score the Ultimate Goal
- SAS ES Families Enjoy Carnival Themed Literacy Night
- A Small Act of Kindness from the SAS ES “Kind Kiddos”
- SAS 2B Atoms Send Letters to Veterans
- OCC President, Dr. Warren Hilton, Addresses SAS HS Atoms
- SAS Elementary Atoms Compete in CNY Bridge Competition
- SAS HS Robotics Team Takes Home Gold in CNY Bridge Building Competition