#SASCS Celebrates Mother's Day with Muffins for Mom Event
On Thursday and Friday, May 10th and 11th, 2018, the #SASCS Middle and Elementary schools were proud to host their Annual Muffins for Mom events. These wonderful moments were organized to celebrate the many great female influences that are in our students' lives. In attendance at the middle school were visitors from nearly eighty families. Mothers, sisters, aunts, cousins, and grandmothers all were able to sit and enjoy some delicious muffins and some great conversations. Our elementary students worked hard on decorating their classrooms and making gifts to show their mom how loved and appreciated they are this Mother's day. Moms joined their children in their classroom for a special presentation. It was a fun and loving afternoon for everyone involved. Thank you for all that you do for our students. Go Atoms! #SASCS #SASAtoms
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Fifth-Grade #SASAtoms visit the Great Law of Peace Center
On Tuesday, May 8th, 2018 fifth-grade students from #SASCS Middle School visited the Great Law of Peace Center in Liverpool. There they learned about New York State history, Native American history, culture, traditions, and language. Students also toured model exhibits outside and got to see how Native Americans lived. The trip enriched the social studies curriculum through hands-on real-life experiences. Go Atoms!
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#SASCS Sophomores Visit Nazareth College
On Wednesday, May 2nd, 2018 #SASCS Sophomores visited Nazareth College in Rochester, New York. Nazareth College held an information session with speakers from their admissions and financial aid departments along with the student support programs. This exposure to the full college experience provides our #SASAtoms with a realistic look at what college entails. Several Nazareth students shared their own college experience with our students. The Program concluded with a campus tour and lunch. Thank you, Nazareth College, for preparing our #SASAtoms for their future. Go atoms!
#SASAtoms take a WILD Field Trip
On Thursday, May 10th, 2018 the fourth-graders took a field trip to The Wild Animal Park in Chittenango. #SASAtoms pet and fed animals, such as llamas, deer, goats, giraffes, and even a bull. The Wild offers different animal demonstrations every day. We were able to learn about alligators, black bears, and tigers. We learned that The Wild has the only white Bengal tiger in New York State! The students really enjoyed being up close and personal with these beautiful animals and made connections to our animal adaptations unit as we made our way through the exhibits. Go Atoms!
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SUNY ESF Hosts #SASCS Students
On Monday, Apr 9th 2018, Syracuse Academy of Science High School (SASCS-HS) students; Joseph Capra (10), Jade Regner (10), and Dianelis Zapata-Perez (10) visited SUNY-ESF. The trip was coordinated by the outreach program and hosted by Dr. Neal Abrams, Jacob O'Connell and Maura H. Stefl. The campus visit started with a brief visit to Gateway Center where students had an opportunity to learn different aspects of the building that uses renewable energy. After the arrival of other high schools, Dr. Abrams gave an entertaining presentation. SASCS-HS students joined their peers from other high schools and worked on a group activity, building system diagram on a product they had on that day. Following the activity, students had lunch and left the campus. The trip was very valuable and informative for students. They learned about future career opportunities related to renewable energies. Thank you SUNY ESF. Go Atoms! #SASCS #SASAtoms
Talking about feelings with #SASCS Elementary Students
On Thursday, May 3rd, 2018 students discussed the important topic of feelings. Mr. Derek from the McMahon/Ryan Child Advocacy Center came and read
"Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good Very Bad Day"
to Ms. Peryea's class. Mr. Derek discussed feelings and who our "feelings helpers" can be at home and at school. We strive to teach students to communicate their feelings in a healthy and productive way. To teach them to differentiate between good and bad feelings, and how to handle the bad feelings, so that they can then turn into good ones with positive outcomes. Students were sent home with a feelings coloring book to fill in and discuss with their parents. Thank you, Mr. Derek, for a wonderful presentation. Go Atoms! #SASAtoms#SASAtoms
Atoms Abroad! #SASCS High School Students Travel to Canada
On Wednesday, May 2nd, 2018 #SASCS high school students took a break from Turkish language class to explore Niagara Falls and the city of Toronto in Canada. For many students, it was their first experience crossing the border into another country. The #SASAtoms visited the Canadian side of Niagara Falls. Students had to earn their meal and practice their Turkish language skills by ordering their lunch in another language at a local Turkish restaurant. Go Atoms!
High School #SASCS Atoms Field Trip to NYC
On April, 22nd, 2018 #SASCS students from Turkish and Spanish classes traveled to Queens and Manhattan to attend a Language & Culture Fair. Students enjoyed the program prepared by fellow students from all over the world, learned about global cultures, and celebrated diversity. They also visited New York City and Times Square. Go Atoms! #SASAtoms
Spring Concert & Art Show at #SASCS High School
On Wednesday, May 2nd, 2018 students from #SASCS showcased work from art and music classes. Students performed on guitar, piano, voice, and in the band. We celebrated the year with awards and a reception following the concert for students and families. Go Atoms! and Art Show. #SASAtoms
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#SASCS Middle School students attend the Girls in Math Competition
On Sunday, April 29th, 2018, students from the #SASCS Middle School traveled to Cornell University to attend the Girls in Math competition. Students there enjoyed different layers of competition as they pitted themselves against young ladies from districts across New York State. Additionally, attendees learned about the female trailblazers in the field of Mathematics. These competitions help exemplify our commitment to opening the doors to STEM careers for the amazing young ladies in our school! Go ATOMS! #SASAtoms