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Events

Manufacturing Careers Day at Lockheed Martin!

Some of SAS high school students visited Lockheed Martin to attend Manufacturing Careers Day. Students were able to see the work that manufacturers do on a daily basis and learned how important manufacturing is to the local, national, and global economy. Students had a wonderful time and we are excited to be invited to this valuable learning experience again next year! 

 

 

Lady Atoms Play in Charity Tournament!

On Saturday, November 7th, the Lady Atoms played in the Marsh Madness Charity Tournament to benefit former Corcoran Cougars Coach, Jim Marsha, who is battling Cancer. There were 32 teams in attendance and it was a single game elimination tournament. The Lady Atoms defeated CBA in the first game and lost to CNS in the second round of play. Money raised from the event went to treatment costs and travel expenses to and from NYC for the former Coach, raising over $10,000! Imani Watts participated in the 3 point contest for the Lady Atoms and did very well. We are very proud of our girls for playing their hearts out for such a wonderful cause!

High School Academic Awards for Quarter 1

On Friday, November 6th, the high school recognized students for their academic success during the first quarter by achieving Honor Roll or Dean's List. Students were also recognized for Outstanding Achievement for guitar, piano, and band as well as students that participated in the SUNY Oswego Summer Research Program. 

Congratulations to all of our students that were honored. We are very proud of your accomplishments! 

 

Read more: High School Academic Awards for Quarter 1

Atoms Cheerleaders take 3rd place at Section III Fall Championships

Atoms Cheerleaders take 3rd place at Section III Fall Championships. Congratulations.

Read more on Syracuse.com

 

 

 

Ms. Brandi Williams visited 7th grade ELA classes to present Writing Our Lives Annual Conference

On Friday, October 30th, 2015, Ms. Brandi Williams visited our 7th grade ELA classes. She is a doctoral student at Syracuse University and a parent of a SASCS elementary student. She is coming to speak to our middle school students about a FREE youth writing conference that is being hosted by "Writing Our Lives" on Saturday November 7, 2015 from 9am-1pm at Danforth Middle School. 

Writing Our Lives is an annual conference that brings together community members, Syracuse University affiliates and employees, as well as students to facilitate multimodal writing workshops for youth ages 12-18. The annual writing centered conference is free for all registered youth and includes 2 hour workshops such as comic book creation, spoken word poetry, autobiographical writing, fiction writing, poetry and much more! Registration includes a light breakfast, lunch, participation in workshops, all materials included, and a chance for students to share their work! The first 25 students also receive a free t-shirt!

Read more: Ms. Brandi Williams visited 7th grade ELA classes to present Writing Our Lives Annual Conference

Middle School Fall Dance was a blast

On Thursday, October 29th, 2015, the Student Leadership Club at the middle school hosted a Fall dance. They worked together with the Art Club to design and make decorations. Staff and parents were present to help monitor the dance and serve food. The Student Leaders raised money for future events. Students from all middle school grades attended and had a blast!

 

 

Read more: Middle School Fall Dance was a blast

Mr. Giuseppe Passucci visited 5th & 6th Grade Science Classes

On Monday, October 26th, 2015, Mr. Giuseppe Passucci was a guest speaker at the 5th and 6th grade science classes at the Syracuse Academy of Science Middle School. He is currently in the physics doctoral program at Syracuse University.  Mr. Passucci spoke to the 5th grade about the study of physics. For the 6th grade, he spoke about the many careers in the science field including his own and the many roles of the professional scientist. This was Mr. Passucci’s second time guest speaking in the building and we look forward to including him in future events.

Read more: Mr. Giuseppe Passucci visited 5th & 6th Grade Science Classes

Middle School held our Olweus Anti-Bullying program kickoff event

On Friday, October 23rd, 2015 the SAS Middle School held our Olweus Anti-Bullying program kickoff event. This research based program has been utilized in many schools throughout the world to help address bullying and bring its devastation out of the shadows. Students participated in activities in the classroom as well as team-builders in the gymnasium.

A role-playing activity was the beginning of the kickoff in the classrooms. Each student had the chance to play roles such as the bully, the bullied, possible defenders, as well as others. The intent of the activity is to illustrate how students are often presented with the opportunity to stand up to bullying throughout their school careers. In addition to the role play, students were given the opportunity to write anti-bullying essays or create posters to illustrate the program and our focus on ending bullying in our building.

Read more: Middle School held our Olweus Anti-Bullying program kickoff event

Dr. Lebel visits the High School

On October 26, 2015 Dr. Lebel came to visit SAS for the second time to speak with the 10th grade about his career. Dr. Lebel is the Chief Medical Geneticist at Upstate and is also a Professor in the departments of Pediatrics, Internal Medicine, Obstetrics and Gynecology, and Pathology and a Lecturer in the department of Bioethics and the Humanities. Dr. Lebel shared his background with the students, what it took to get where he is today, and also shared some stories about work. Students asked excellent questions and were really interested in learning about the rare diseases and disorders Dr. Lebel experiences at work. We appreciate the time Dr. Lebel took out of his schedule to come and speak with our students about the work he does and about helping his patients. 

Read more: Dr. Lebel visits the High School

Murder Mystery Dinner Play

The high school Drama Club has been working very hard on their Murder Mystery Dinner for this weekend on Friday and Saturday night, both at 7pm. Here is a sneak-peek of the rehearsal that went on last night. It is a show you won't want to miss! If you are interested in purchasing tickets for the play, please contact Ms. McGinnis at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

 

Read more: Murder Mystery Dinner Play

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