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Events

#SASCS Atoms Visit Rochester

 
Wednesday, May 1, 2019—#SASCS High school students made a trip to the Rochester area to visit the following schools: St. John Fisher, University of Rochester, Rochester Institute of Technology, and Monroe Community College. Students also toured the attractions of the region, including High Falls and the RiverWalk in Corn Hill. Both areas overlook the Genesee River, which runs through the heart of Rochester. These visits help our Atoms gain a better understanding of what specific colleges have to offer, and are just one of the ways we are building success one ATOM at a time.

Spring Art & Concert Show at #SASCS High School

Wednesday, May 1, 2019—The "Music of the Movies" filled the air as students in guitar, band, and chorus performed for the 2019 #SASCS Spring Concert and Art Show. The performance featured the debut of the band's newest instruments, a tenor saxophone, and bass clarinet. Artwork was on display from the eighth-grade art classes along with students from various art electives. Showcasing the visual and performing arts combined for a festive evening full of the sights and sounds of the wonderful talent at #SASCS.

Seniors Discuss First Amendment with United States District Judge

Thursday, May 2, 2019—The Honorable Brenda K. Sannes, a United States District Judge of the United States District Court for the Northern District of New York and former Assistant United States Attorney, and Christina Cagnina, Counsellor at Law, visited Junior and Senior #SASCS classrooms in honor of #LawWeek. Their topic was the US Constitutions Bill of Rights, specifically, the First Amendment. Students were presented with several cases related to the "Right of the People." and were asked to discuss the outcomes. This visit afforded students the opportunity to see and hear what is involved in entering into a legal profession.

#SASCS High School National Honor Society Induction

Thursday, May 2, 2019—We are proud to announce the induction of our 2019 National Honor Society class at #SASCS.

Betul Nur Bektas
Brianna King
Dale Mcmillian Jr.
Antonie Mendez
Melissa Ocejo
Anthony Pham
Daniel Pontello
Nadyia Rivera
Karl Russo
Dianelis Zapata-Perez
 
The National Honor Society (NHS) is the nation’s premier organization established to recognize outstanding high school students. More than just an honor roll, NHS serves to recognize those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of scholarship, service, leadership, and character. Go Atoms! 

Dean's List Dinner at #SASCS High School

Friday, April 26, 2019—Scholars at the Syracuse Academy of Science High School who achieved high honor roll all three quarters were honored at the 2019 Dean's List Dinner. The #SASCS Dean, Jeanine Brand, handed out the honors. We are proud of their accomplishments and look forward to celebrating even more students next year. With friends and families present, we celebrated their amazing work over dinner.

Discussing Labor Unions with Seniors

Wednesday, April 10, 2019—Mark SpadaFore, Upstate New York Political Director, 1199SEIU, visited seniors to discuss labor unions, a subject the students have learned about in their Government and Economics class. The primary objective of the presentation was to explain how labor unions have evolved since their inception and how they impact us today. The dialogue session evoked thought-provoking questions about how people today can start a labor union, the state of current work environments, and job opportunities.

Collaboration, Creativity, Communication and Critical Thinking

Thursday, April 25, 2019—Seven 9th-grade girls attended a STEM workshop at SRC, Inc., a nonprofit research and development company involved in the defense, environment and intelligence industries. During the workshop, students witnessed an inspiring Syracuse Stage performance about Annie Easley, an African American woman who worked for NASA in the early 1960's. A mathematician, Annie figured out the math needed to send a NASA rocket into orbit, which led to the success of the space program. The girls took a tour of the SRC facilities and learned about the company’s various programs, primarily developing technologies for the military. They experienced hands-on team-building exercises in which they had to create something out of two paper bowls, two paper cups, four toothpicks, and ten gummy bears, and then explain to their partners how to reconstruct it. The girls also learned some basic coding. All the activities required them to use the four C's of STEM, Collaboration, Creativity, Communication and Critical Thinking.

Syracuse City Firefighters Visit Kindergarten

Thursday, April 11, 2019—Kindergartners received an exciting visit from some Syracuse City Firefighters. Fire Chief Davis read the book No Dragons for Tea to the students and spoke with them about the importance of fire safety. Students were able to see firefighting gear up close and learn the stop, drop, and roll fire-safety technique. Students were then able to sit inside the fire truck and see its bells and whistles. They enjoyed asking questions and posing for pictures with the fire hose. Each student received a helmet, stickers, pencils, and literature to take home, and they were encouraged to share all they learned with their friends and family. Thank you, Syracuse City Fire Department, for helping us to live safely!

Balancing Mind and Body

Thursday, April 25, 2019—During a field trip to Syracuse Yoga, students learned the importance of the mind/body connection and experienced the positive effects of some yoga poses and breathing techniques. For example, they learned how to perform a downward-facing dog and an upward-facing dog position, reaping the stretching and strengthening benefits of both. In a group exercise, the whole class of students formed a tree pose. Best of all, they relaxed and danced to some awesome yoga music.

Second Grade Dives into the Deep Blue

Wednesday, April 24, 2019—Without visiting the ocean, second graders from Syracuse Academy of Science Elementary School painted their very own baby sharks--doo doo doo doo doo doo. At Painting With a Twist, students created their own works of art in an artist-led workshop and learned new skills. Expressing their creative and artistic sides is one way we are building success one ATOM at a time!

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