Monthly Archives: April 2013

One-Act Plays performed this weekend; events/deadlines May 1-3

One-Acts On Stage This Weekend Nottingham High School theater is back with its annual May One-Act Weekend. Students will be staging 13 Ways to Screw Up Your College Interview, My Homework Ate My Dog and Wait, Wait, Bo Bait. Shows … Continue reading

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STEM Family Fun Evening–May 1st

Just a reminder that the Edward Smith K-8 PTO is holding a Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) Family Fun Evening on Wednesday, May 1, 2013 from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.. We plan to actively engage children and their … Continue reading

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Jowonio Gardening Day

Tomorrow is supposed to be a gorgeous day, and what better way to spend it by supporting one of our local pre-schools, Jowonio, in cleaning up their playground space, April 28th from 12-4p.m. Please see the attachment for more information … Continue reading

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Erwin Nursery School hosts annual silent auction tomorrow, April 28th

ERWIN NURSERY SCHOOL HOLDS 15th ANNUAL BOUNTIFUL BASKETS SILENT AUCTION, April 28, 2013 Erwin Nursery School (ENS), a cornerstone of the Westcott/Syracuse University Neighborhood for over half a century, is holding its fifteenth annual “Bountiful Baskets” silent auction, Sunday, April … Continue reading

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Operation Soapdish deadline is now Monday, April 29th

Operation Soapdish is still going on and the current deadline to bring in toiletry items is now Monday, April 29th. Can’t recall what is on the list? Please see the attachment for the specific items that we are looking to … Continue reading

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Superintendent Sharon Contreras proposes selective ‘Syracuse Latin’ school | syracuse.com

This link was forwarded to me by many parents–interesting reading! Thanks to everyone who brought this to my attention. http://www.syracuse.com/news/index.ssf/2013/04/superintendent_sharon_contrera.html

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Regents website for Algebra/Living Environment students

Attention 8th grade students: If you are currently taking the two Regents classes offered at Ed. Smith, Living Environment and/or Algebra, you might want to check out the following link: http://www.regentsreviewlive.net/ Lots of helpful tips and sample questions can be … Continue reading

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Nottingham Summer Writing Institute

This is a wonderful opportunity for rising 9th graders to hone their writing skills, learn how to create a digital story, and connect with Nottingham teachers. In its fourth year, this opportunity has proven to be an annual favorite. As … Continue reading

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STEM Family Fun Evening–May 1st

The Edward Smith K-8 PTO is holding a Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) Family Fun Evening on Wednesday, May 1, 2013 from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.. We plan to actively engage children and their families with hands-on engineering … Continue reading

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Ed. Smith 8th graders: two additional summer academic programs

Forwarded from the Nottingham listserv. Opportunities exist for graduating 8th graders attending Nottingham next year. Attached is an information sheet about two additional summer opportunities for Nottingham students, and previously posted information is listed again below: Nottingham Early College High … Continue reading

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Thanks for enhancing the playground

The Ed Smith PTO would like to thank everyone who helped make our playground enhancement project such a success. Many people have noticed the “spinner” that was installed on the playground Friday. The spinner is the first of new inclusive … Continue reading

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Ed Smith News April 22-April 26

Here is the quick summary of what is going on at Ed. Smith this week. Monday, April 22nd–Student Council recognizes Earth Day–Please wear shirts/jerseys that have slogans about our planet, the animals residing on Earth, recycling, etc. Wednesday, April 24th–Friday, … Continue reading

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