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High School Tours Lockheed Martin

On Friday, October 5, 2018, Lockheed Martin, an American global aerospace, defense, security and advanced technologies company, hosted #SASCS high school 11th and 12th grade students. Students toured the facility located in Liverpool, New York learning about the advanced technologies which makes the company the world's largest defense contractor. Exposing our #SASAtoms to advanced technologies is just one of the ways we are building success one ATOM at a time.

Mentorship Success at #SASCS

 
The #SASCS mentoring program recruits, trains, and matches high school students to mentor elementary students located at the Syracuse Academy of Science Elementary School. #SASAtom mentors spend at least one hour every two weeks with their student. This relationship helps youth build basic life skills, enhance their self-esteem and gives the youth ongoing encouragement to accomplish long-term goals for both the high school and elementary student. This program is just one of the ways we are building success one ATOM at a time.
 

First Grade Gets Creative at Feats of Clay

On Monday, November 5, 2018, first grade #SASAtoms asked, "How is clay made?" and more while visiting Feats of Clay in Manlius, NY. During their visit, our #SASAtoms chose a custom piece of pottery to decorate from options of race cars, emojis, dragons, lizards, snails, puzzle pieces, and more. When selecting the perfect color to paint their pottery, our #SASAtoms learned about mixing colors and why pottery must be glazed before firing. As our first graders expressed themselves creatively, they asked questions about the process. The finished masterpieces will be ready in just a few short weeks! Teaching our #SASAtoms the value of creative expression and scientific inquiry is just one of the ways we are building success one ATOM at a time.

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October Student of the Month Ceremony at #SASCS Elementary

 
On Tuesday, October 30, The #SASCS Elementary October Student of the Month Ceremony awarded students for their trustworthiness. The students who received this award are honest and lead by example every day in their classrooms.
 
Our ceremony included dress down passes for students who received the most DOJO's and a fun PBIS game where a student from each kindergarten class dug through a spooky bucket of spaghetti to try and extract as many plastic eyeballs out as they could in 10 seconds. All three kindergarten classes were winners in this game, and earned a dress down pass for their whole class! Terra also joined us for our ceremony, and handed out scholarships to our now 4th grade students who performed at a level 3 or 4 on their New York State assessment. Great job, #SASAtoms! Celebrating our students is just one of the ways we are building success one ATOM at a time.
 

#SASAtoms Get an Out of This World Presentation

On Thursday, October 25, 2018 the Syracuse Astronomical Society visited the #SASCS fourth graders and did a telescope presentation. #SASAtoms learned about three different types of telescopes, how telescopes can help us see, and how they work. The students had some great questions about how to use them, and what they can tell us about our solar system. Exposure to the sciences at an early age is one of the ways we are building success one ATOM at a time.

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Fall Festival at #SASCS Elementary

On Wednesday, October 31, 2018, our #SASAtoms celebrated Fall in style. Our #SASCS classrooms were filled with laughter and treats, followed by a costume parade to spooky music around the school for their parents. If students didn't want to participate in the parade, they enjoyed an afternoon of fun in the gym with Mr. Albert! Some classes got a special visit and guest reading from Ms. Georgiadis who dressed as Camilla Cream from the book A Bad Case of Stripes by David Shannon.

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#SASAtoms Wear Orange to End Bullying

On Wednesday, October 24, 2018, the #SASCS high school community came together against bullying. Our #SASAtoms wore orange to represent their desire to be UNITED for kindness, acceptance, and inclusion in honor of anti-bullying day.
 
If you or someone you know is being bullied, reach out to your Dean of Students or a staff member at the school. The #SASCS believes that no student should ever experience bullying, and creating a safe learning environment is one of the ways we are building success one ATOM at a time.
 

Abbott Farm Field Trip with #SASCS Fourth Grade

On Thursday, October 25, 2018, the fourth grade #SASAtoms took a trip to Abbott's farm. They picked both pumpkins and apples, took a wagon ride, and visited with the many animals that call the farm home. Students were given a tour and learned about the apple orchard, pumpkins, crops, the cider press operation, the farm animals, and the farm's history.

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Howe Cavern Field Trip for #SASCS Sixth Grade

On Friday, October 19, 2018, sixth grade #SASAtoms went on a field trip to Howe Caverns. #SASCS students spent their time learning about how the cave system formed millions of years ago, how it was rediscovered, and how it got to be what it is today. The trip included a 90 minute guided tour of the underground cave system and a boat ride. To leave the cave system, #SASAtoms had to traverse through the Winding Way. Both students and staff had a great time on this underground adventure.

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2018 - 2019 #SASCS Volleyball Season

 
JV SEASON
The JV girls volleyball team had a rebuilding year. The program welcomed nine new athletes who made up the team. K-Ghiana Brinson, Naomi Garcia, Janet Ginarte, Janiah Robinson, Nadia Hollis, Thalia Penix, Sariyha Richards, Arieanna Crouch, and A’mour Derby were all first-year players, having never played the sport before. These girls worked hard and improved throughout the season, managing to win a few sets towards the end. They show great promise to our program and will be leaders for our up-and-coming volleyball athletes. 
 
-Coach Nicole Clark
 
 
 
VARSITY SEASON
Coaching this season with an entirely new team was difficult at first. Despite these challenges, The lady Atoms came far as a team and as a family. Their hard work and effort allowed them to grow as a unit and win a few sets throughout the season. Winning those sets throughout the season built enough confidence in the lady Atoms to end this season with a major victory against Hamilton High School. This season was a learning experience, and I hope the Lady Atoms will enter next Season ready to succeed. 
 
-Coach Carrie Blunt

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