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Events

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.

 
 

#SASCS Cheer Team Wins Third Place at Sectionals

 

On Saturday, February 9, 2019, the Syracuse Academy of Science High School Cheer Team competed in the Co-Ed Division at the New York State Section III Championships held at Chittenango High School. The team made history by placing third -- making them the first #SASCS cheer squad to bring home a Section III title. The following team members were also named All-Stars - Ariana Cunningham, Tatiana Gaines, Beloved Nicholson.

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Team-building the Fun Way

On Thursday, February 7, 2019, sportsmanship and positivity were primary goals for third and fourth graders who recently visited the Ultimate Goal family sports center in Marcellus, NY. Led by coaches, students worked together in teams to complete group activities. One of the favorites was tug-of-war, along with kickball and dodgeball. Diverse athletic activities gave students opportunities to problem solve, practice effective communication skills, and develop a wide range of gross motor skills while enjoying physical exercise. Students and staff agree, it was an exhilarating experience--and a great way to beat the mid-winter blues.

Courting Success

On Wednesday, January 30, 2019, when Honorable Judge Derrek Thomas from Syracuse City Court came to #SASCS Middle School, the community leader spoke to Miss Bittel's 6th grade class about how hard work, dedication, and goal-setting can drive success. He shared examples of his own achievements through personal stories, emphasizing the importance of education. He sent a strong message to the students about the benefits of surrounding themselves with positive peers who make positive choices. Introducing our #SASAtoms to community role models is just one of the ways we are building success one ATOM at a time!

K-1 Student of the Month Ceremony

On Wednesday, January 30, 2019, SAS K-1 students held their student-of-the month ceremony for the second quarter of the school year, this time highlighting students who show fairness inside and outside the classroom. These students know how to take turns, treat others with respect, and recognize that fair doesn’t always mean equal. Students who have shown excellent academic achievement, great citizenship, or improvement in academics were also recognized with awards.

Bowling with a Twist

On Friday, January 25, 2019, kindergarten classes took to the lanes of Cazenovia Sports Bowl. While there, students put their teamwork skills to the test: taking turns; helping each other choose, lift, and sort bowling balls; cheering each other on; and celebrating each time a bowling pin was knocked down. When regular bowling turned into rock and bowl, students showed off their dance moves. They had a blast counting how many pins they needed to knock down and keeping track of their scores. Most important, they worked on strengthening bonds within their classroom community.

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