First Grade Sits Down with Everson's Curator of Education

On Wednesday, March 13, 2019, Kimberly Griffiths the Curator of Education at the Everson Museum sat down with first-graders at #SASCS. She spoke to the students about the role of an Education Curator, showed them pictures of some of the art pieces that are currently at the museum, and read them a short story titled "Meet me at the Art Museum" by David Goldin. The students enjoyed the visit, discussed the meaning behind various pieces currently at the museum, and asked some fantastic follow up questions about the museum. Thank you, Ms. Griffith, for your knowledge and time today. We can't wait to come to visit you at the Everson!

Fourth Grade Steps Into a World of Wonder

On Tuesday, March 12, 2019, our 4th-grade Atoms were all smiles at WonderWorks Destiny USA. Students had a fun-filled day letting out some energy with games like virtual sports, basketball, giant connect four, crazy roller coasters, and so much more. The “space” and “weather” rooms were especially interesting as they correlate perfectly with our Atoms' current science curriculum. Students made deep connections to prior learning through the hands-on, interactive exhibits the Wonderworks Museum offers.

Celebrating the Sounds of Music in Our Schools

On Friday, March 8, 2019, students in the SAS high school band and choir performed as part of the Music in Our Schools Month festival in Albany, NY. Students played musical instruments and sang for elected officials, other students, and passersby in the busy concourse. While visiting Albany, students got to take a guided tour of the capitol building.

What do Rosa Parks, Origami and Beyoncé Have in Common? The Middle School Science and Academic Fair!

On Friday, March 1, 2019, the #SASCS Middle School held its 2nd Annual Science and Academic Fair. Under the direction of science teachers Mr. Carter and Miss Chapman, students presented results of extensive research on diverse scientific and biographic projects. Student work on salt-water purification, Egyptian hieratic numerals, the mathematics of origami, and the lives of NASA astronaut Mae Jemison, Spanish surrealist artist Salvador Dalí and inventor Thomas Edison enlightened all who attended--from parents to students and school staff. Terra Science recognized outstanding student efforts and accomplishments in an awards ceremony that concluded the fair.

Career Decisions at #SASCS High School

On Thursday, February 28, 2019, #SASCS High School held a career fair. We believe seeing is believing, so we asked working professionals from over twenty industries to visit our school and share their experiences with our students. These visits help expand our students' understanding of the types of careers they could pursue. Which in turn helps our educators demonstrate how the concepts they are teaching in class could apply to potential career paths. Thank you to our guidance team for pulling this event together, and to all the working professionals for donating your time to this event. Together, we are building success one ATOM at a time. 

We had over 20 employers from the following industries represented:
Architect/Architectural Design
Research Lab/Radar for Navy Planes
Graphic/Web Design/Marketing/Business
Electrician -Training Director
Law Firm
FBI/Law Enforcement
Law Enforcement
Forensic Science
Theater/ Performing Arts
Journalist/Public Affairs
Talent/Community Engagement Manager
Public Relations
Business Development Office
Licensed Real Estate Agent
Governor’s Special Assistant for Labor Affairs
Emergency Medicine/ MD's
Medical Imaging, Radiation Therapy or Clinical Lab Sciences
Chiropractic Medicine
Veterinarian / Vet Tech
Mental Health Crisis Counselor

Problem-solving, Perception, Memory — Minecraft for Education

On Thursday, February 28, 2019, the students of Mrs. Wolff’s classroom were the first #SASCS class to test the Minecraft for Education program for our school. This popular gaming platform integrates lessons in computer coding, math, and the visual arts into the curriculum. Infusing our classrooms with modern technologies advances our never-ending commitment to delivering a 21st-century education to students at the Syracuse Academy of Science.  Go ATOMS!  #SASAtoms #SASCS

Celebrating Achievement at #SASCS Elementary

On Tuesday, February 26, 2019, after a restful break, Grades 2-4 celebrated positive character strengths along with academic success at the Science Fair during our Student of the Month Award ceremony. The character trait for February was ambition, and all the students awarded work hard toward their goals in the classroom each and every day. In addition, 4th Grade students were commended for their hard work on their individual Science Fair projects which were presented before February Break. 
Congratulations to all of our 4th Grade students for their hard work with the Science Fair this year. A special thank you to our judging panel which featured astronomers, college professors, hospital personnel, lab professionals, and engineers among many others. By supporting positive character development and hard work, we are building leaders one Atom at a time!

Celebrating Black History Month

Paying special tribute to Martin Luther King, Jr., the SHEHOOP club invited all high school students to take time out of their History or Social Studies classes for an opportunity to sign their names on posters displaying favorite quotes by the inspirational American leader. The signed posters will remain on display and continue to inspire students and visitors by reminding us of the importance of honoring Martin Luther King, Jr., and his efforts to promote compassion and equality for all.

Honoring Senior Athletes

On Friday, February 8, 2019, the Syracuse Academy of Science High School held it's annual Senior Night. Thank you, Zevion Derby, Anthony Butera, Atong Lual, and Ariana Cunningham for your dedication and commitment to the Syracuse Academy of Science class of 2019.

Indoor Track Team Brings Home Four Sectional Medals

SECTION III CHAMPIONS (Class C/D Our Indoor Track Team showed Section III what the Atoms are made of last Friday. Congratulations to Terrance & Justine for the following FIRST place finishes!
Terrance Blatche ?
55M Hurdles 8.13a PR
Long Jump 21-04.50 PR
Triple Jump 43-02.00 PR
Justine Bell ?
55 M Dash 7.59a

OHSL 2 League Championship Results

SAS First Place Finishes
Triple Jump - Womens, Justine Bell, 34-02.00 PR
Long Jump - Mens, Terrance Blatche, 20-04.00 PR
Long Jump - Womens, Justine Bell, 17-07.00 PR

SAS Second Place Finishes
55 M Dash - Womens, Justine Bell, 7.73a
55 M Dash - Mens, Terrance Blatche, 6.87a PR
55M Hurdles - Mens, Terrance Blatche, 8.34a

Top 10 Finishes
55 M Hurdles - Womens, Dominique Owen, 11.58a (7th) (Pictured above)
Long Jump, Dominique Owen, 13-02.50 PR (5th)
Triple Jump, Dominique Owen, 28-09.00 (5th)

Shotput 4kg - Womens, Ermine Reddoc, 23-07.50 PR (5th)
Weight Throw - 20lb, Ermine Reddoc, 29-07.25 PR, (3rd)

Shotput 12lb - Mens, Keishiem Boatman, 26-07.00 (10th)
Weight throw 25lb, mens, Keishiem Boatman, 22-06.00 (8th)

Thank you, Coach Thompson & Coach Scharvella, for supporting our #SASAtoms this season.



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SAS Elementary School

4837 S. Salina St. Syracuse, NY 13205
Phone: 315-469-9404
Fax: 315-469-9408

SAS Middle School

200 West High Ter. Syracuse, NY 13219
Phone: 315-487-5986
Fax: 315-487-5824

SAS High School

1001 Park Ave. Syracuse, NY 13204
Phone: 315-428-8997
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