Monthly Archives: September 2016

Mini Academy

There is still time to sign up your child for the mini academy; classes start next week! Most classes still have spaces available. Presently only How Things Work and Chess Club are filled. Film making and Exploring Science have a … Continue reading

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Cub Scouts

From the DeWitt area Cub Scout Pack 165 – We are recruiting right now for boys in grades 1-5. The website for more information can be found here: dewitt165.mypack.us/aboutus If anyone is interested they can use the contact section of … Continue reading

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Childcare for age 4 and up available at Open Houses

Limited Childcare will be available for kids 4 and above in the gym during Open House / Curriculum Night, both tonight for elementary from 5:30-7:30 and Thursday for middle school from 5:30-7:30. Please join us at this important event! Open … Continue reading

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Fall mini semester

It’s time for mini-academies! Attached are the course listings as one attachment and the permission slip as a second attachment. Mr.-Barbers-letter-Fall-2016-and-Fall-Schedule.docx permission-slip-Fall-2016.docx

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Supporting Our Scholars Through Parent Partnership – Let’s Talk Over Dinner

From Lisa Neville and SCSD Office of Student Support – Dear Syracuse City School District Families, The Office of Student Support is looking forward to talking with you over dinner on Wednesday, September 28th at 6pm. Join us at White … Continue reading

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Free Baseball Clinic with LeMoyne College Baseball team

Families of 5th-8th graders: *Free baseball clinic with LeMoyne College Baseball team* Syracuse R.B.I. (Reviving Baseball in Inner Cities) presents RBI BASEBALL CLINIC With the LeMoyne College Baseball team! Wednesday, September 28th 4:30-5:45 pm At the LeMoyne College Baseball Field … Continue reading

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Attention Parents & students performing on Sunday at the INUKSUIT at SU

From Ms. Stuetzle: Attention Parents & students performing on Sunday at the INUKSUIT at SU. Please note the schedule below. It’s very exciting. OCC, ESF, Hamilton College, SU, Symphoria, FM, Lemoyne College are among the participants. Is anyone able to … Continue reading

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Meeting Reminders, Speed Skating

Dear Ed Smith Community, Remember: *the PTO meeting is tomorrow night at 7!!* Next week are the *open houses*. Elementary is 9/27 @ 530 and Middle is 9/29 @ 530. And from Emily Hart-Gorman – Please see attached flyer for … Continue reading

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How to be in the Syracuse Festival of Races with your school!

Here’s a reminder about the Festival of Races. The race flyer is attached. This is a fun event. Hope to see you on the 2nd! *Syracuse Festival of Races – 3K Fun and Fitness Run * *Sunday, October 2, 2016 … Continue reading

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Congratulations on STEM achievement

From the District’s Facebook – Congratulations to Ed Smith School student Jackson Marko, selected as a 2016 Broadcom M.A.S.T.E.R.S. Semifinalist, a Science,Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) competition for middleschool students nationwide. Jackson was selected from a pool of more than 6,000 nominees for his … Continue reading

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Meadowbrook Harlequins to perform The Crucible

From Nottingham – Our talented Meadowbrook Harlequins are hard at work, rehearsing for playwright Arthur Miller’s The Crucible, an American classic dramatizing the famous Salem witch trials that took place in the 1600’s. Performances will be held on Thursday, October … Continue reading

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Tuesday Sports at Nottingham

Tomorrow, Tuesday, September 20th, is a great day to check out our local high school sports at Home at Nottingham. At 4:30 p.m. Girls JV Volleyball vs. West Genesee At 6pm, Syracuse United, the SCSD’s citywide Varsity Girls Soccer team, … Continue reading

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