Monthly Archives: June 2013

Ed. Smith 8th grade graduates: FREE Science Camp for 9th/10th graders

Thank you to Annegret Schubert for forwarding this opportunity on behalf of SU organizers. FREE Science Camp at SU–looking for 9th, 10th graders (but mature middle school students may be considered as well–see info. below). A two week science institute … Continue reading

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Eastside Soccer–register NOW to take advantage of discount

Just a reminder to register NOW for the 2013-2014 soccer season for grades Kindergarten-8th! Be a part of the world’s most played sport in a non-competitive outdoor league. Register on-line at our website www.eastsidesoccer.org. Register by July 1 for $75.00 … Continue reading

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The Westcott Neighborhood Bulb Project–August 1 deadline

Please help spread the word. Aug. 1 deadline to order. Live in the city of Syracuse? Interested in beautifying your front yard, block or neighborhood? The Westcott Neighborhood Bulb project started ten years ago. In 2012 we passed the 100,000 … Continue reading

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Required Immunizations for 6th graders/11 year old students

Parent Reminder: There is a required Immunization for students who have turned 11 or are going into the 6th grade. It is Tdap or Pertussis. It is to help prevent Whooping Cough. I have sent out several letters and haven’t … Continue reading

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Summer Teen Classes at the Everson

For those still booking summer activities, here is an available opportunity… Recycled to Wearable Art (Teens) July 15 – 19th, 9.30am – 4.00pm Members $230, Non-Members $290 Taught by artist Anne Cofer this one-week workshop will explore a variety of … Continue reading

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8th Grade Families: Summer Bridge Orientation Dates/ Nottingham listserv sign-up

Hello rising 9th grader! We know that coming in to 9th grade from middle school can be a challenging time. As part of the Syracuse City School District High School Graduation Initiative we are offering you a great opportunity to … Continue reading

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LAST CHANCE to purchase Ed. Smith Yearbook

Dear Ed Smith families, This is your LAST CHANCE to purchase a yearbook! Deliver your payment to the PTO mailbox in the main office. Place payment in envelope labeled with Child’s Name AND Teacher’s Name or Homeroom Number Pay with … Continue reading

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New Parent Training on Challenging Behavior

Ed. Smith families might be interested in this series…thanks to Lisa Neville for forwarding it along. Begin forwarded message: The Central ECDC is pleased to be sponsoring a LOCAL Parent’s Training this summer on understanding and modifying difficult behavior. This … Continue reading

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Last Week of School–Year End Wrap-Up

Hard to believe that it will be the last week of school! Here is a brief summary of what is going on, and what ‘last minute’ tasks need to be completed: Monday, June 17th–Yearbooks will begin to be distributed to … Continue reading

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Thank you, Ed. Smith families & friends, for a terrific carnival!

The carnival was a success! We had a really great turnout. I want to thank all of the volunteers and people for coming out to the carnival. We made the best of the weather and did it in style. Thank … Continue reading

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FW: Sherman Park BB Picnic info, RBI baseball info

Dear Sherman Park Baseball/T-ball Families – Attached is a flyer regarding the picnic on 6/20/13 from 6-8 pm at Sherman Park. Also is attached a flyer for Reviving Baseball in the Inner city (RBI). This is a city summer league … Continue reading

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Ed. Smith Carnival is tomorrow-5:30-7:30p.m./’cake walk’ donations needed

Yes, the great Ed. Smith Carnival will take place tomorrow, June 13th, between 5:30-7:30p.m. Donations for the ‘cake walk’ can be brought to the teacher’s lounge. Please see the attached flyer for more details. Volunteers were contacted. If you were … Continue reading

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