COVID-19 Update: Fall Reopening Plan - Important Survey

COVID-19 Update: Fall Reopening Plan - Important Survey

COVID-19 Update: Fall Reopening Plan




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Approved Dual College Credit Courses at SANY

Following approved dual college credit courses are offered at our SANY Schools.

Mohawk Valley Community College:

  • EN 101 - English I - Composition
  • EN 102 - English II - Ides and Values in Literature
  • EN 110 - Oral and Writing Communication
  • EN 150 - Effective Speech
  • FA 100 - Creativity in Art
  • FA 101 - General Drawing
  • HI 103 - History of Western Civilization: Early Civilization to 1453
  • HI 104 - History of Western Civilization: 1453 to Present
  • HI 111 - American History 1492-1850
  • HI 112 - American History 1850-Present
  • PS 101 - American National Government
  • MA 110 - Elementary Statistics
  • MA 115 - Intermediate Mathematics
  • CH 111 - Chemistry I
  • CH 112 - Chemistry II

Onondaga Community College:

  • EN 103 - Fresh/Composition I
  • EN 104 - Fresh/Composition II
  • MAT 143 - PreCalculus
  • MAT 161 - Calculus I
  • MUS 160 - Intro to Music Theory

SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry:

  • EFB - 120 The Global Environment and the Evolution of Human Society
  • FCH - 496 Intro to Renewable Energy

College Connection

  • Early OCC and Utica College ( Bridge Programs are also available for SANY students.

For detailed information please see your College Guidance.

Welcome Back SAS Atoms

Welcome back students, parents, and staff to #SASCS for 2020-21 school year. Stay safe and healthy #SASAtoms

New Meal Ordering Process

Dear Parent/Guardian,

The SANY mission is to provide support, challenges and opportunities for its students through education. It also remains critical that our students continue to receive safe, healthy, and nutritious food. In an effort to bridge the access to nutritious food SANY has utilized as a way for families to “order” meals.

If your student is new to SANY or you have not set up a account you will need your student(s) school ID. Should you need your student’s ID please contact the main office of the school your student attends. Reference enclosed instructions for more assistance with account set up.

Once you log into you will be on the parent home page, select the Events & Activities. You will see a list of available activities for your student, look for Remote Learning Meals (this is for students that are remote learning only), Mon/Tues Students (this is for students attending in person classes on Mondays and Tuesdays) or Thurs/Friday Students (this is for students attending in person classes on Thursday and Fridays). Look for “How To Pre-Order Meals” video on all SANY social media platforms.

Please note that Remote Learning Meals will be used until your student starts to attend in-person classes.

Should you need meals starting September 8th, the order must be in by NOON September 4th.

After September 4th, the cut-off for ordering will be every Wednesday by midnight, the week prior to when the meals will be needed.

Please watch the provided video below on how to register and/or how to order meals.

Please see link below for the my payments plus website:

In order to ensure that families have enough storage space pick up will be Tuesdays and Thursdays. Tuesday will provide breakfast and lunch for Wednesday and Thursday; Thursday will provide breakfast and lunch for Friday, Monday and Tuesday.

We are in this together and together we will get through this interesting time.

We wish you a healthy and safe school year.

Class of 2020 Graduation Ceremony

Thursday, July 16, 2020—Dear Students, Parents, Guardians, and Friends of the Class of 2020,
Congratulations! Thank you for your patience throughout this process as we have worked to create the most exceptional way to celebrate you under these extraordinary circumstances. We know that you have been eager to hear more details about our graduation plan. We are excited to share in the success of your scholars with a safe and socially responsible graduation ceremony.

Rehearsal Details

Graduation rehearsal is MANDATORY. Rehearsal will take place 8/3 at 1:30 PM at the Orange Lot of the NYS Fairgrounds. Please wear a mask, and practice social distancing. Purchased yearbooks and senior shirts will be handed out during rehearsal.

Ceremony Details

• On Monday, August 3rd 2020, seniors and their families are invited to the NYS Fairgrounds Orange Lot Drive-In Movie Theater. The ceremony will begin at 7:00 PM.
**All families must remain in their vehicles during this entire event. **
• Students will be seated up front 6ft. apart and asked to wear a mask.
• This in person graduation with a drive-in twist which will allow parents to see their students walk across the stage from their vehicles and on the big screen.
• Required rehearsal will take place, the afternoon of August 3rd, time will be announced.
• This is a rain or shine event.

We are incredibly proud of our Class of 2020! During a difficult time, we have witnessed your resilience and strength. We look forward to honoring your achievements and celebrating with you!
If you have questions email, Andrea Hahn, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Pam Smith
Dean of the School

If you are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, please DO NOT attend the SAS graduation event.

2020-21 School Uniform Reminder

Friday, July 10, 2020—Due to supply chain interruptions caused by the global pandemic, all #SASCS uniform orders must be placed by July 31. All orders must be placed online and shipped directly. Order Now ➡️

Meals for Kids

Monday, July 6, 2020—All kids and teens welcome to get a healthy, delicious meal in a safe place. Text 'FOOD' to 877-877 to find the @USDA free summer meal closest to you or call 211 or visit to find a location near you.

Summer Job Working Papers Application

Monday, June 29, 2020—Does your student need working papers for their summer job? Contact Syracuse City Schools Student Services at (315) 435-4131. They will need a current physical and a completed version of the attached form. New York State Working Papers Application

Elementary School Material Pick-up

Monday, June 22, 2020—#SASCS Elementary Scholars can pick up materials Monday, 6/22 between 8-10 a.m. & 3-5 p.m. Pickup will take place in the #SASCS elementary parking lot, and will be coordinated as a drive-up service. Please contact your home-room teacher with questions.

Class of 2020 Graduation Save The Date

Thursday, June 17, 2020—#ClassOf2020 Atoms, please join us in saving the date for YOUR graduation. We have a ceremony planned for August 3rd, 2020 from 4-8:00 p.m. Seating will be extremely limited, and we will announce the location closer to the date and based on current social distancing guidelines.

Staying Safe This Summer

Monday, June 15, 2020—The Mohawk Valley Frontiers, Jr. Frontiers, and Jr. Frontiers Alumni Impact Coalition would like to invite the SANY student body to be part of a virtual Town Hall meeting that will be educational and possibly a lifesaving event to address relationships between Law Enforcement personnel and students of color. This is a collective effort in conjunction with the Community Foundation of Herkimer and Oneida Counties. The projected date and time are Monday, June 15, 2020, 10:00 – 11:30 am.

With the senseless murder of George Floyd and other recent injustices against Ahmaud Arbery, Christian Cooper, and Breonna Taylor to name a few, this event is considered timely and critical for the safety of our youth given the end of the school year, start of the summer months, and increased frustrations and anger. This virtual event will be facilitated by members of the Frontier Organization and the guest panelists will include Officers of color who are in command and have authority over Law Enforcement personnel.

The purpose of the Town Hall is threefold:
1) To allow children of color to see Black people (people of color) who are in Law Enforcement, let them know that Law Enforcement and its mission can become community friendly with communities of color, and the two can find a way to work for the benefit of the students.
2) To address the fears and frustration of students about being a target for unnecessary police action against them.
3) To have the Officers give tips and advice on how students can conduct themselves when they are stopped or pulled over by Law Enforcement and ultimately get home safe.

Meeting Information

Monday, June 15, 10 a.m.
Phone: 1-646-876-9923
Zoom Meeting ID: 81360811004



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