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Fwd: RE-POSTING: Nottingham JV/Varsity Sports Information/Mandatory Parent Meeting

For any Nottingham stragglers or middle schoolers wanting to try JV….

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From: M Giardine <magiardine [at] GMAIL [dot] COM>
Date: August 16, 2017 at 4:49:19 PM EDT
To: NOTTINGHAMHS [at] LISTSERV [dot] SYR [dot] EDU
Subject: RE-POSTING: Nottingham JV/Varsity Sports Information/Mandatory Parent Meeting
Reply-To: M Giardine <magiardine [at] GMAIL [dot] COM>

Nottingham…as a reminder, many school sports start practicing TOMORROW….see memo below if you’d like to review all the information:)

Nottingham,

Attached is the fall sports schedule for JV and Varsity sports, which includes coaches’ names, dates and locations. Please note that there is a mandatory parents meeting for all fall sports on Wednesday, August 23, 2017 at 5:30 pm at Nottingham High School.

Any questions can be directed to Mr. Alton B. Hicks, Athletic Director, Nottingham H.S. 435-4380. You must have a SCSD physical sheet completed and signed by the school nurse to try out. The SCSD no longer provides physicals. Proof of a physical within the past year will be required. The SCSD Academic Eligibility policy and Behavior Code will be in effect for all students.

A nurse will be at Nottingham to sign off on pre- participation forms. Bring in proof of current physical and/ or completed SCSD form.

***FYI–Five Star Urgent Care has $30 walk-in sports physicals available. There are likely other locations that do this as well, but as several parents have passed this tip on from their own personal experiences, I thought I’d share the information.

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Opportunity for young actors

Please see attached information about a short film being produced this month and associated opportunities for kids.

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Nottingham JV/Varsity Sports Information/Mandatory Parent Meeting

In case of anyone has a child trying out for JV or varsitysports, here’s some information:

Attached is the fall sports schedule for JV and Varsity sports, which includes coaches’ names, dates and locations. Please note that there is a mandatory parents meeting for all fall sports on Wednesday, August 23, 2017 at 5:30 pm at Nottingham High School.

Any questions can be directed to Mr. Alton B. Hicks, Athletic Director, Nottingham H.S. 435-4380. You must have a SCSD physical sheet completed and signed by the school nurse to try out. The SCSD no longer provides physicals. Proof of a physical within the past year will be required. The SCSD Academic Eligibility policy and Behavior Code will be in effect for all students.

A nurse will be at Nottingham to sign off on pre- participation forms. Bring in proof of current physical and/ or completed SCSD form.

***FYI–Five Star Urgent Care has $30 walk-in sports physicals available. There are likely other locations that do this as well, but as several parents have passed this tip on from their own personal experiences, I thought I’d share the information.

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Ed Smith: For any 9th grade families still on this list: Nottingham Freshman Orientation on 8/30 @ 3:00 pm

Nottingham,

Freshman Orientation will be on Wednesday, August 30th at 3:00 pm, with a cookout at approximately 5:00 pm for students and their families.

Teachers and administrators will be present to answer questions and welcome the Class of 2021 and their families.

More information will be posted later in the summer.

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Potluck and Reading Challenge Information

Dear Ed Smith,

I hope you and your children are enjoying the summer! Wanted to bring two
things to your attention:

1. There is a potluck dinner at Barry Park tonight at 5:30 pm. Bring a
dish/ drinks to share and paper products will be provided through UNPA/BPA.
It’s a great way to enjoy the beauty of Barry Park, visit with friends and
neighbors, and just hang out. Outdoor games are encouraged, so feel free
to bring a frisbee or two. Attendance is FREE and all are welcome.

2. The SCSD has shared a link to the Scholastic summer reading challenge
that Ed Smith students (and others in the SCSD) are participating in. Karin
Davenport with SCSD says to please feel free to share the link to encourage
other families to join in and keep their children reading over summer
recess! https://www.facebook.com/SyracuseCitySchools/posts/1530006020377472

Melissa

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BOE Work Session Meeting (Ed. Smith Renovation) & BOE Monthly Meeting

There are two Board of Education (BOE) Meetings scheduled this week for those interested in attending.

Today (7/11) at 4:30 pm the BOE Special Operations Work Session will be discussing the JSCB proposed renovations for Ed. Smith K-8, Huntington K-8, and Fowler High School.

Click on the agenda for more details.

Tomorrow (7/12) at 5:30 pm the Board of Education will hold it’s regular monthly meeting. Attendees can share their thoughts with the Board (and publicly speak) if they fill out a card upon arrival.

Both meetings are at district offices (725 Harrison Street).

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School Board Candidates Forum—THURSDAY, July 13, 7PM, Roberts School

Ed Smith families might be interested in this forum.

Help shape the conversation about the future of our city schools!

As we head into election season and the new school year, this is an opportunity to work together to create a community-wide vision for public education in Syracuse. Please check out ACTS announcement below. And note change in date!

“A child without education is like a bird without wings.” Tibetan Proverb | This Candidate Forum is the third in a series of public forums s

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9th grade FREE STEM Camp for High School Girls (Registration Deadline FRIDAY)

From the Nottingham Listserv

See below. Deadline to apply is soon…Friday, July 7th.

AT&T and CNY STEM Hub with Partners For Education & Business are providing a free STEM camp for high school girls in CNY.

Deadline to apply is July 7th.

Camp is July 24-28th at Lemoyne College.

Maura Harling Stefl, MS

Administrative Assistant

SUNY ESF

Outreach Office

235 Gateway Center

1 Forestry Drive

Syracuse, NY 13210

P 315-470-6811

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last day before rays increase – Fall Registration Eastside

East Side Soccer

REGISTER NOW FOR THE 2017 / 2018 SEASON
Dear East Side Soccer Parent,

We are pleased to announce that registration is now open for the Fall 2017 / Spring 2018 season. Please register now to take advantage of Early Registration Discounts!

*June 1 – July 2: $95 for first player, $90 for siblings
After July 2, fees will raise to $115 first player and $110 siblings

**Kindergarten is always $60 per player.

Please register via the Eastside Soccer website.

Please let us know if you have any questions by emailing president [at] eastsidesoccer [dot] org

Sincerely,

East Side Soccer

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PTO last minutes!

From Lesley Porcelli-

Approved May minutes and pending June minutes.

Lesley

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Ed Smith: Reminder: ‘A Parent’s Guide to Social Media Safety’ is coming up Tuesday Morning!

Tuesday at 730AM!

June is Internet Safety Month. We hope you’ll join us for a pertinent topic this coming Tuesday morning.
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A PARENT’S GUIDE TO
SOCIAL MEDIA SAFETY

Tuesday, June 27, 7:30-9 a.m.

Nottingham High School (Cafeteria)
3100 E. Genesee St., Syracuse

For children and their parents, social media can be beneficial in so many ways: helping young people develop self-expression, networking skills, technical expertise and an appreciation of different perspectives. Likewise, without proper oversight and guidance, it has a downside: fostering mood disorders, emotional detachment, social media addiction and oversharing, as well as prompting potentially dangerous issues with cyberbullying and stalking.

What can parents do to help today’s cybergeneration enjoy the benefits and avert the perils of online engagement?

Please join us for an important discussion with moderator Jeremy Cali, Onondaga County senior assistant district attorney and Special Victims Bureau chief, and panelists Chris Brown, superintendent of the West Genesee School District; Tracy Daige, high school counselor for the Syracuse City School District; and Maureen Foran-Mocete, outreach and education program coordinator for the McMahon/Ryan Child Advocacy Center.

Parking, the program and breakfast (provided by Café Kubal, Cathy’s Cookie Kitchen and Original Grain) are all free. R.S.V.P. now: smbsyracuse53.splashthat.com.

Presented by Social Media Breakfast Syracuse, the McMahon/Ryan Child Advocacy Center and F.A.C.E.S. of Nottingham.

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Rising 9th Graders/Families Encouraged to Join Nottingham Listserve

Dear rising 9th graders and their families,

If you are planning to attend Nottingham High School in September, please
consider joining the Nottingham listserve. It is identical to the Ed. Smith
listserve in that it’s a message board that informs students, parents, and
staff members of current district, school, and local events that would be
of interest to the Nottingham community.

If interested in joining, please contact Missy Giardine at
magiardine [at] gmail [dot] com. She will add your email to the Nottingham group.

In addition, there are additional resources to help keep everyone up to
speed regarding school functions, events, and news.

If you are a Facebook user, please bookmark our Nottingham High
School page. The link is the following: www.facebook.com/Notti
ngham.High.School.

Nottingham Friends of the Arts (FANS) also has a Facebook page where you
can see lots of pictures and information about Nottingham musical and
theater performances.

Their link: www.facebook.com/FANS-Friends-of-the-Arts-at-
Nottingham-High-School-199155516850982/

And lastly, please bookmark our FACES website, where you can catch up on
previous posts, schedules, and also learn all about the Nottingham FACES
organization. This link is as follows: www.nottinghamptso.org

Thank you and have a wonderful summer:)

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