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From Ms. Mahan –
The Link Gallery at the Warehouse
*PAL Project collaboration with *
*Edward Smith School*
Public Reception: Thursday, December 8th, 4:30-6:00pm
Location: Nancy Cantor Warehouse, 350 West Fayette Street
*Using My Power For Good*
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Central New York Community Foundation
The Fay Slover Fund at The Boston Foundation
Edward Smith School
Syracuse City School District
Joy of Giving Something, Inc.
The Reisman Foundation
The Gifford Foundation
Coalition of Museum and Art Centers
The College of Visual and Performing Arts
*THE LINK GALLERY* is an art venue of SUArt Galleries at Syracuse
University. It has been a member of the Coalition of Museum and Art Centers
(CMAC) since July 2010. The gallery’s mission is to present collaborative
exhibitions and programs by Syracuse University students enrolled in PAL
Project’s TRM 310/610 “Literacy, Community and Media” class. PAL Project
engages the community in a dialogue regarding the role the digital arts can
play in enriching education and illuminating critical issues of
*ACCESSIBILITY*: The Link Gallery is accessible to wheelchair users via a
street-level power-assist door adjacent to The Window Projects Gallery on
W. Fayette St. For more information or groups with special needs please
contact PAL Project staff at (315) 443-0463.
*EVENT PARKING*: Limited parking is available in The Warehouse Lot (WHSE);
call SU Parking Services for details (315) 443-4652. The gallery is on the
Connective Corridor Free Shuttle Route, see Centro #543.
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From the Nottingham Listserv–
The Freshman Class of 2020 is sponsoring a Winter Clothing Drive. We are looking to outfit NHS students in need of winter coats, boots, scarves, gloves, hats, etc. Donations of all sizes (mainly adult sizes/ junior sizes) and styles will be greatly appreciated. Students can drop off their new or gently used items with the following staff: Mrs. Farrell in 108, Ms. Kendrick in the Library, Ms. Byrne in 123, and Mr. Seyam in 247. Collection starts immediately and will run until the week before vacation, when items will be distributed.
Please feel free to forward this e-mail to family, friends, neighbors and others who may wish to help.
Any questions can be directed to Freshman Class Advisor, Rebekah Farrell, at
rfarrell2 [at] scsd [dot] us.
Nottingham HS Class of 2020
Please see attached flyer- a paper copy will go home with all 6th, 7th and
8th grade students this week.
Mrs. Wilson Lion-King-Audition-Meeting-info.docx
From Lesley Porcelli –
You can pick up wreaths you ordered between 3pm and 430pm on Tuesday in the
Ed Smith parking lot.
Thanks to all who participated in this fundraiser!
From Ms. Kraemer –
ED SMITH 2017 SKI CLUB
Attention all interested skiers and snowboarders! We are
hoping to start Ski Club on Thursday, January 5th,
providing we have both enough students and enough snow!
Please see Mr. Gaynor in room 206 for more information
and the required paperwork. If you have already picked up
a packet, please turn it in ASAP (along with at least the bus
payment of $92.00), so that the bus can be confirmed. Mrs. Kraemer
and Mr. Gaynor (along with the other chaperones) are looking
forward to seeing you on the slopes! Please call the main office, if you
have any questions. THINK SNOW!! [image: ❄][image: 🎿][image: 🏂]
From Ms Cheney.
Just in case anyone didn’t get this note that went home last Tuesday- the 4th and 5th grade concert is THIS Thursday evening and Friday morning! We look forward to seeing you there!
Syracuse Peace Council’s 46th Annual
Plowshares Craftsfair and Peace Festival
December 3-4; Sat. 10-5, Sun. 11-5
Nottingham High School, 3100 E. Genesee St., Syracuse
$2-5 sliding scale. Under 16 and over 65 FREE
Please join us at Plowshares Craftsfair on December 3-4 at Nottingham High School (3100 E. Genesee St., Syracuse – map). Central New York’s premier multicultural craftsfair, Plowshares celebrates a world where people enjoy their work and have control over it. With 130 area craftspeople and community groups, it is a marketplace of ideas and beautifully diverse, hand made items.
More than a craftsfair, it is a peace festival, with music, food and a spirit of fellowship, creating a weekend of grassroots commerce and community. It’s a wonderful opportunity to connect at year’s end with old and new friends and share in the life of a village marketplace that has no corporate headquarters.
We need this always, but especially this year.
Share Plowshares’ facebook page
Download the beautiful flyers (8.5×11 flyer, four to a page handouts).
Check out the Silent Auction and raffle items
Delight in the food menu
Enjoy a full slate of entertainment, including music and dance, throughout the day
If you’ve never been, watch a 2-minute walk through a small piece of Plowshares (2014)
For more information, contact Carol 315.472.5478, carol [at] peacecouncil [dot] net
“And they shall beat their swords into plowshares and their spears into pruning hooks; nation shall not lift up sword against nation, neither shall they learn war anymore.” -Isaiah 1:4
From Sarah Stephens –
Wreaths will not be available to pick up tomorrow.
Wreaths can be picked up NEXT week. Monday and Tuesday from 3-6 November 28th and 29th
From the Nottingham Listserv-
Attention all teachers and interested STEM students…here is a fabulous opportunity to win a field trip to the MOST for your classroom. Please click on the link for more information.
Syracuse Cultural Workers is offering locally-made calendars, holiday
cards, posters, t-shirts, buttons, stickers and more *as a fundraiser for
the Ed Smith PTO*. A full 40-50% of all items sold will go to the PTO. You
can look at the full selection of over 1,500 products available at
If you would like your order to benefit the PTO, *fill out the attached
form* *instead* of ordering online. Return the form and a check made out to
Ed Smith PTO to the school by *Tuesday, November 22*. You can send the
order form in with your child or drop it off at the main office. Orders
will be available for pickup beginning Friday, December 2.
Family, friends and colleagues are welcome to participate using the
attached form to support the Ed Smith PTO.
From Ms. Louis –
Dismissal will begin tomorrow, November 15, at 10:45am. Assuming all of
the busses arrive on time, the busses will depart Ed Smith at 11:00am (see
page 5 of the SCSD school calendar). Thank you!
Edward Smith PreK-8 School