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Events

SAS High School Play Alice in Wonderland : Urban Edition

Friday May 5th and Saturday May 6th, the student directed play Alice in Wonderland: Urban Edition, took place at the High School. The evening's events totaled about an hour long, including an opening short skit that was student written and directed. The story starts with Alice and her sister at the Park. While her sister is on her cellphone Alice follows Rabbit down a subway tunnel and encounters a host of strange urban-type characters, including a Rat, a Caterpillar, a Cook, the Queen of Hearts, and a Grinning Cat. These characters each offer Alice advice on her journey.

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SAS High School Visited by Alfred University Representative

On Wednesday, April 26th, 2017, high school juniors and accepted seniors were visited  by a representative from Alfred University. Mr.Cooper spoke to students about the programs and opportunities Alfred University offers. Some of the seniors had an interview regarding their new grant program.

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SAS Elementary Bottle and Can Drive

On Wednesday, April 12th, 2017, the SAS Elementary Celebtrated their Earth Day Celebration! Prior to April break in celebration of Earth Day, SASCS Elementary hosted a school-wide bottle and can drive.  Students, families, teachers, and staff all helped the cause by donating bottles and cans.  Each classroom competed for a pizza party to collect the most cans! The 4th grade students helped to collect all 13,000 bottles and cans into the box truck to bring them to the redemption center. As a community, we raised over $700 in bottle and can donations!

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SAS Elementary Annual Cultural Cruise

On Friday, April 9th, 2017, SAS Elementary participated in their annual CUltural Cruise. Throughout the morning, the students circulated around the school into different classes to learn about different countries around the world! Students are able to make connections to their own lives, as well as share any cultural experiences they have themselves!

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SAS Elementary 4-H Tap Trees

On Thursday, March 30th, 2017, members of the SASCS-ES 4-H Club had the unique opportunity to implement the skills taught in 4-H club into real-world scenarios. This included the tapping of maple trees in the Elementary School’s very own front yard!  Students handled tools, tapped the trees, and were able to taste the natural sap from the maple trees themselves.  This provided students with firsthand experience with one of New York’s oldest traditions, and exposure to the natural world!

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SAS Elementary Celebrates Dr. Seuss' Birthday!

On Thursday, March 2nd, 2017, SAS Elementary Dropped Everything And Read (DEAR)! To celebrate Dr. Seuss' birthday, the whole school took 15 minutes out of their busy day to grab a great book and read. Students and staff all participated, spending time diving into their favorite stories! Happy Birthday, Dr. Seuss!

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High School Students Travel to Europe

From April 14-April 20, 10 students from Syracuse Academy of Science High School, through a trip put together by Mr. Yaman and Ms. Bornot, the high school's Turkish and Spanish teachers, traveled to Europe for a cultural immersion trip.  The students, chaperoned by Ms. Rybak, high school social studies teacher, and a couple of parent volunteers, traveled to Amsterdam and Rotterdam in The Netherlands and Paris in France over spring break.  While in The Netherlands, students visited the Cubist Homes of Rotterdam (one of only 2 such structures in the world), Anne Frank House, and a working historical village where they learned about the production of clogs and cheese, 2 major products of the Netherlands, as well as the importance of wind power and windmills to the industry of the area.  The students also explored the city of Amsterdam on the city's canals.  On the first day in Paris, students got to take in the sights of the Sacre Coeur Basilica, the Artist District, and Notre Dame. On day two, visits were made to the Arc de Triomphe, Le Grand Roue (Ferris Wheel), The Louvre, Champs Elysees, and the Eiffel Tower.  Day 3 was spent at Disneyland Paris, checking out the European version of the American classic vacation spot.  Many miles were covered, both on foot and in the air, and the students had an unforgettable spring break immersing themselves in foreign culture. 

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8th annual LAT Fair


On Thursday April 13th, 2017 The Syracuse Academy of Science Charter School held the 8th annual Liberal Arts and Tunnel Fair. The students worked hard to create boards showing their knowledge on significant individuals in history. 

The LAT fair was started at Syracuse Academy of Science in December of 2009. The goal of the fair was have students in the liberal arts display and present projects associated with an annual theme. Since this is a liberal arts fair the teachers from the Social Studies, English, and Art and Music departments collaborate with each other and students to show off their many talents. Each fair has a theme and within that theme students work with their teachers to create projects of many different subjects within the theme to display and present. Themes from the past include turning points, the theme of the 2017 fair significant individual contributions in history.

Preparation for the fair is a multifaceted task that takes many months to prepare for. Once the theme for the fair is decided upon the student will work with teachers on researching their selected topic under the banner of the theme.  Teachers will then take a great deal of time and look through the student’s initial research and choose the very best ones to transfer their information to a display board. Once those students are chosen to present and display their projects teachers work one on one with each student helping them to gain a greater understanding of their project and the best way to present it.  After weeks of research, project board displays and practicing presenting, the students set their projects up in the Gym of the school and present to judges from the community.

Project categories included the following: Significant individuals in Global History, Significant individuals in U.S History, Turning points in Global History, Turning points in U.S. History, Exploration, Encounter and Exchange of the Global and new worlds. In addition students will also presented projects about concerns in the community and their solutions to solve them.

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Staff vs. Students Volleyball Game at the Middle School

On Thursday, April 20th, 2017, the SAS Middle School held the 4th event in a series of Staff vs. Students competitions. Volleyball was the name of the game this time. The building staff pitted their skills against students from all three grades. Although the staff prevailed in this competition, fun was had for all participants and spectators. Look for the Staff vs. Students V in the near future! Dodgeball is coming! Go ATOMS!

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SAS High School Girls attend Seminar

On Friday, March 24th, 2017, 27 young ladies from the High school in grades 9-12 attended The Sisters Empowering Sisters Conference in Syracuse, NY. This two day conference was full of information, empowerment and inspiration. Friday, the girls sat in workshops where the following topics dealt with women in politics, and women fighting for social justice. The highlights of this day were equally shared between the Keynote Speaker, Serena Dunn (Photo with girls) and the Sister Circle: two dynamic presentations full of powerful testimonies of strength and encouragement. On Saturday, the girls participated in workshops on depression,conflict and choices, and hair care. The highlight of this day was the Syracuse's Got Talent workshops where the girls were put into different groups and learned a variety of dance routines. This was SAS's first time attending the conference! 27 young ladies from the High School grades 9-12 were able to attend this conference! The reviews we received from the conference host on our students behaviors and contribution to the conference is simple amazing! We are proud of all of our conference attendees!

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