On Sunday, March 26th, 2017 SASCS students participated in 38th Central New York Science and Engineering Fair (CNYSEF) today and competed against more than 40 schools and 200 projects. Students are judged by STEM professionals from local businesses and institutions such as Lockheed Martin and Syracuse University.
Our success in this science fair is unique among Syracuse schools as our school received 2 grand prize awards for the first time.
SASCS students from grade 4-12, won 17 (seventeen) awards and scholarship. Based on their performance at CNYSEF, two students (Jamila Eatman (11th grade) and Taha Hayali (6th grade)) won grand prize.
We thank all our students, our teachers and our parents for this success, and we hope to increase our achievements next year. Please congratulate all these students. They had a very long Sunday and they all made us proud.
Morgan Purcell: High Honor CNYSEF Award Medallion
Taha Hayali: Highest Honor CNYSEF Award Medallion
Adam Sheaffer: Honor CNYSEF Award Medallion
Naomi Turner Honor CNYSEF Award Medallion
Jamila Eatman: Highest Honor CNYSEF Award Medallion
SPECIAL AWARDS & SCHOLARSHIPS
SUNY Cortland Science Leadership Scholarship ($10,000): Amela Mujak
IEEE Awards in Electrical and Computer Engineering: Sofia Fanizzi
Suny Oswego Genius Olympiad Awards: Jamila Eatman
Terra Science and Education Award: Amela Mujak, Wah Hee Dar, Amina Andelija, Sophia Sheaffer, Sofia Fanizzi, Dionne Delafe, Morgan Purcell, Taha Hayali, Adam Sheaffer, Naomi Turner.
Association for Women geoscientists award: Jamila Eatman
ASU Walton Sustainability Solutions Initiatives Award: Wah Hee Dar
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Award. Sophia Sheaffer
Ricoh Sustainable Development Award Sofia Fanizzi
Stockholm Junior Water Prize: Amina Andelija -eligible to compete in state competition
US Air Force: Amela Mujak, Jamila Eatman
Broadcom MASTERS: Taha Hayali
New York State Science Congress: Jamila Eatman
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