Monthly Archives: November 2013

Syracuse Peace Council’s 43rd Annual Plowshares Craftsfair and Peace Festival

  Syracuse Peace Council’s 43rd Annual  Plowshares Craftsfair and Peace Festival December 7-8; 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 … Continue reading

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Rachael Ray Show Airdate featuring Scott Family Clip on Dec 6th.

The Scott Family (Kay, Gary, Megan, Molly, and Madeline) will be featured on Friday, December 6, 2013 on the Rachael Ray Show. In mid November, the show solicited viewers to send in a home video of the comfort foods served … Continue reading

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Ed. Smith well-represented at ‘Build’em and Bust’em’ Competition at the MOST

Ed Smith was represented by several teams from Ms. Crossley’s 7th grade Design and Modeling Class at the MOST’s ‘Build’em and Bust’em’ Competition on November 9th. The competition revolves around bridges built by local students out of balsa wood. Out … Continue reading

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White House STEM film contest for K-12

Calling all student filmmakers: Submit your film for the first-ever White House Film Festival. http://wh.gov/FilmFestival Editor’s note: I will have limited access to e-mail beginning Wednesday and up until Sunday evening. As a result, I will post no later than … Continue reading

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Ed. Smith: Westcott Winter Weekend – This Friday and Saturday

Many events planned, including an appearance by the Twin Magicians at 2:30p.m. at Petit Library, Saturday, November 30th. 

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Ed. Smith Common Core Curriculum Night (11/25)

Ed. Smith Common Core Curriculum Nights Ed. Smith families: Common Core Curriculum Nights are on November 25th and December 4th. Tomorrow’s Common Core presentation focuses on grades 3-5 beginning at 6:30p.m. at the school. Please see the attached flyer for … Continue reading

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Raffle Donations for Ed. Smith Craft Fair (press release included)

Dear Vendors, I am looking to start organizing the raffle chart and donations from local businesses as well as my vendors. If you could let me know what you plan on donating I can then begin to map it out. … Continue reading

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Shopping Extravaganza this Sunday, November 24th to benefit Jowonio School!

Email not displaying correctly? View it in your browser. Don’t Forget! Shopping Extravaganza this Sunday November 24th to benefit Jowonio School! 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm 3049 East Genesee Street, Syracuse Complimentary spa treatments & snacks for shoppers ALL ARE … Continue reading

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Arsenic and Old Lace this weekend; Nottingham Wall of Fame

Ed. Smith families: If you’re a theater fan, you’ll want to get to Nottingham this weekend when the Meadowbrook Harlequins stage Arsenic and Old Lace, a classic black comedy.      Here’s the plot:  Drama critic Mortimer Brewster finds he must … Continue reading

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Ed. Smith picture retake day & Inclusion Committee Presentation re-scheduled

Picture Retakes: Please note that the picture retake day is Thursday, Nov. 21st. Lifetouch will begin taking retakes around 9:30a.m. This is also an opportunity to have a picture taken the first time around if your child was sick or … Continue reading

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Wreath Sale LAST CALL/ Curriculum Nights/Moe’s fundraiser/ date change

Ed. Smith families: Tomorrow  (11/20) is the last day to order a holiday wreath. Can’t locate the order form? No worries, as the order form is attached. Ed-Smith-wreath-flyer-2013 Edward Smith Common Core Curriculum Nights begin tomorrow  from 6:30p.m.-8:00p.m. for grades K-2.  … Continue reading

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Ski Club filling up quickly/ I SKI NY program/ Upstate ski helmet prgram

The Ed Smith Ski Club is filling up quickly! As of today (11/19), there are only 16 spaces left on the Ski Club bus. Once the bus is full, students in grades 4-8 can still join the Club, but they … Continue reading

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