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#SASCS Operation Ego Boost Provides Encouragement During Elementary ELA's

On Wednesday, April 11, 2018, Students were overjoyed to receive encouragement from their buddy classrooms leading up to testing this week. Posters, letters, songs, and coloring pages all made the third and fourth graders feel loved and ready for the days ahead. They appreciated the support form the building, knowing that everyone was rooting for them to try their best! 

Elementary Student Council at #SASCS is a Positive Voice for the School

This April #SASCS Elementary student council is working hard to establish themselves and become a strong voice for the building. Some upcoming goals for the student council include surveying peers to show what rewards are most liked for top SGP as a class and individuals, designing and planning the end of the year field days with assistance from Mr. Kiggins, and brainstorming ways to spread kindness among students and staff within the building. The students have big goals and the drive to execute each of these goals. We are excited to see the results! Go Atoms! #SASCS #SASAtoms

First Grade at #SASCS Visits Feats of Clay

On Wednesday, April 4th, 2018 First-grade students from #SASCS dabbled in the fine art at Feats of Clay. By selecting their own clay sculptures and approaching each piece through the eyes of a master painter, students created works to last a lifetime. Go Atoms! #SASCS #SASAtoms

2018 #SASCS Middle School Staff vs Student Basketball Game

On Thursday, March 29th, 2018 the #SASCS Middle School held its 4th Annual Staff vs. Student Basketball Game. Students from the 5th, 6th, and 7th grade pitted their youth and speed against the size and experience of the staff members. Although the staff members proved victorious, the game was fun for all participants and spectators. This annual event is a crowd favorite and is a great way for staff and students to bond. Go Atoms! #SASAtoms #SASCS

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7th Graders Visit RIT

On Tuesday, March 27, 2018, SAS Middle School 7th graders visited the Rochester Institute of Technology RIT). On campus, students took an exploratory tour of several buildings, including, but not limited to, science, business, design, technology and engineering. Students ate lunch and participated in a hands-on group activity in which they built a tower out of paper, index cards and tape. The towers were to be designed with three things in mind: beauty, height and strength. First-place winners received RIT t-shirts and bragging rights. This visit is one among many that are part of our continual commitment to prepare our students for college education. Go ATOMS! #SASAtoms #SASCS

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Syracuse Symphoria Partners with SAS Elementary

SAS Elementary and Symphoria partner together for an exciting project! In the 2018-2019 school year, students at the SAS elementary will have the opportunity to learn how to play a musical instrument. As part of the partnership, Symphoria will provide the teaching staff to teach students one of the following instruments: flute, clarinet, saxophone, trumpet, trombone, violin and cello during an after school program.

On Tuesday, March 27, 2018, as a kick off to the new partnership, Symphoria came to SAS elementary and presented a small concert. The concert was followed by a meet and greet with members of Symphoria and SAS students were invited to a musical instrument “petting zoo” to try the instruments and decide on their choice.

The goal of this partnership is to give students at SAS the opportunity to excel in music alongside science, technology, engineering and math and to continue to build relationships within our community.

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Leadership Panels Inspire High School Girls and Boys

On Tuesday, March 27, 2018, to conclude our speaker series of the female leadership panel, we welcomed Jessica Graham from Infinity Northeast, Inc., Natalie Stetson from the Erie Canal Museum and Maggie Foster of the Mundy branch library. All three speakers provided our 8th and 9th grade girls with personal insight about education, jobs and struggles that led them down their own career paths. The 8th and 9th grade boys met with Vincent Love from 100 Black Men to help them navigate career direction, make goals and work through struggles. We thank all the speakers for their great community support. Go ATOMS! #SASCS #SASAtoms

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Collegiate Guest Speaker Wes Whiteside Visits Middle School

On Monday, March 26, 2018, the middle school kicked off College Week with guest speaker Wes Whiteside from the Newhouse School at Syracuse University. Wes discussed college requirements and the admissions process with all 7th graders, drawing from his work at Syracuse University as an academic adviser and previous experience in college admissions. He offered hands-on activities in which students could state positive things about themselves and provide examples of college admission requirements. Wes explained crucial information about SAT and ACT tests, college admissions essays, self-discipline, time management, organization and plagiarism. At SAS we remain fully committed to our college preparatory mission to create tomorrow’s leaders! Go ATOMS! #SASCS #SASAtoms

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Honors Earned at CNY Science and Engineering Fair

On Sunday, March 25, 2018, several students from SAS Middle School attended the CNY Science and Engineering Fair by MOST Museum at the SRC Arena. Students in 5th, 6th and 7th grade worked very hard to compete at this level. Our school had winners in both 5th and 6th grade. Natalie Shelley and Landon Barfknecht took home Honors level awards for 5th grade, and Morgan Purcell took home an Honors award for 6th grade. We are proud of all our students who went to the fair. They are sterling examples of what we strive to create at SAS: scientists of tomorrow! Go ATOMS! #SASAtoms #SASCS

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Third Graders Visit Cazenovia Sports Bowl

On, Monday, March 26, 2018, third-grade students from SAS Elementary School enjoyed a field trip to Cazenovia Sports Bowl. While bowling together, students worked on team-building skills and sportsmanship--two important aspects of their physical education. The experience provided hands-on learning that was loads of fun for everyone.

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