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Atoms Celebrated their First Week of Spirit Days

Syracuse Academy of Science and Citizenship elementary school students dress as Disney’s Aladdin characters for their Spirit Day theme of Disney Day.

Friday, June 11th, 2021Today concludes the first week of Syracuse Academy of Science and Citizenship elementary school's month long Spirit Day celebrations. This past week, Atoms had an opportunity to:

  • Wear their favorite hat on Monday for Hat Day
  • Dress to impress on Tuesday
  • Dress as their favorite Disney character on Thursday
  • Wear Red, White or Blue on Friday

We invite you to click here to visit our Facebook page, and to check out our Spirit Days 2021 photo album where you can view even more pictures from the first week of June's Spirit Day themes. Tune in each Friday as we add more pictures from the week to the Spirit Days photo album.

A Behind the Scenes look at the Diaper Drive Event

Throughout the months of April and May, Syracuse Academy of Science and Citizenship elementary school students, faculty, staff and community members recently collected over 3,700 diapers to benefit the families at CNY Diaper Bank. The diapers were donated to CNY Diaper Bank in person on Thursday, May 27th, 2021.

The generosity of the Atoms caught the attention of many news stations across Central New York. To name a few, their story was featured twice on Central New York’s radio station and its 93Q Ted and Amy in the Morning show. In addition, this story was also shared by Local SYR news station, and Urban CNY.

We invite you to watch this short video that captures the generosity of the Atoms, and highlights the importance of giving back to the community to help those in need. This video also includes events that led up to the delivery of the diapers such as the ‘Pie in the Face’ event, and much more! Congratulations Atoms, this is an incredible effort and monumental achievement, we are so proud of you!

Atoms’ Donation of Diapers Featured on Local SYR

Syracuse Academy of Science and Citizenship elementary school teachers Hayley Merritt and Meghan Ward donated 3,773 diapers that were collected throughout the months of April and May from their students, teachers, faculty and staff, to the CNY Diaper Bank.

Thursday, May 27th, 2021Over the months of April and May Syracuse Academy of Science and Citizenship elementary school students, faculty, staff and community members collected and donated 3,773 diapers to CNY Diaper Bank on Thursday, May 27th. This incredible effort and hard work did not go unnoticed and was in fact featured on News Channel 9!

“The idea for the Diaper Drive came about after a discussion among several staff members who were looking for innovative ways to give back to the local community that our students would feel passionate about,” said Hayley Merritt, Kindergarten teacher at Syracuse Academy of Science and Citizenship elementary school. “Many students welcomed siblings into the world this year and were excited about helping collect diapers for babies. As a result, our first annual Diaper Drive was launched. We selected the CNY Diaper Bank because of the large scale work they do to aid the community.”

Click here to read the full article from News Channel 9 and to view a gallery of images. Stay tuned throughout this week as we share additional pictures of this event. Keep up the great work, Atoms!

Atoms donate over 3,000 Diapers for CNY Diaper Bank

Syracuse Academy of Science and Citizenship elementary school students are giving back to the greater Syracuse community by donating 3,773 diapers to the CNY Diaper Bank.

Tuesday, May 25th, 2021Syracuse Academy of Science and Citizenship elementary school Atoms are back and donating more than ever to help business, organizations and communities in the greater Syracuse area. Throughout the months of April and May, students, faculty, staff and community members all joined in together to collect over 3,773 diapers which will be donated to CNY Diaper Bank on Thursday, May 27th.

To incentivize Atoms to donate diapers, students who donated had an opportunity to participate in a fun ‘Pie in the Face’ event. Students could select which Syracuse Academy of Science and Citizenship teacher they would like to pie in the face. Click here to read Urban CNY’s incredible story about the Atoms in their Diaper Drive event. Please stay tuned for an exclusive behind the scenes look at this event and the donation of over 3,000 diapers to CNY Diaper Bank. Keep up the great work, Atoms we are so proud of you!

STEM-to-Go: Pea Plants

Syracuse Academy of Science and Citizenship elementary school learn about photosynthesis through a hands-on application of growing their own pea plants in May’s STEM-to-Go kit.

Monday, May 10th, 2021STEM-to-Go kits and Atoms are like two peas in a pod! In May’s STEM-to-Go kit Syracuse Academy of Science and Citizenship elementary school students will learn about photosynthesis through a hands-on, minds-on application of growing their own pea plant. The supplies for this month’s STEM-to-Go kit include the following:

  • Pea seeds
  • Planter
  • Dirt Pellets

Click here to watch a video from Mr. Roney and Ms. Badman as they explain this STEM-to-Go kit and how to successfully grow your own pea plant. Please note, pea plants grow best in sunny areas, and they will need to be watered daily. Once the pea plants sprout and are thriving, they can be transplanted into a larger indoor pot or container, or in a home garden. Have fun watching your pea plant grow, Atoms and remember to take pictures!

SASCS Recognizes Kindergarten Teacher Ms. Cosgrove

The Syracuse Academy of Science and Citizenship elementary school recognizes Kindergarten teacher, Ms. Cosgrove for her enthusiasm, creativity and passion for education.

Tuesday, May 4th, 2021 Syracuse Academy of Science and Citizenship elementary school recognizes kindergarten teacher Ms. Cosgrove who notoriously brings her creativity, enthusiasm and passion to the classroom each and every day! Always willing to go above and beyond, Ms. Cosgrove is a team player who is always there to lend a helping hand to those in need. Syracuse Academy of Science and Citizenship elementary school is beyond excited to have Ms. Cosgrove as part of their team and family and we thank her for all that she does and continues to do not only for the Atoms but for her fellow coworkers as well. Please click here to watch a short video highlighting Ms. Cosgrove’s creativity inside the classroom!

School Nurse Day 2021

In honor of National School Nurse Day, SANY would like to thank our school nurses for playing a vital role in making sure that our schools remain a safe, and healthy place where students can feel included and encouraged to learn especially during this unprecedented time in our nation's history.

Wednesday, May 12th, 2021—In honor of National School Nurse Day, Syracuse Academy of Science and Citizenship elementary school would like to take this moment to thank our school nurse for playing such a vital role not only this past school year but each and every day. These healthcare heroes make sure that our school remains a safe, and healthy place where all students feel included and encouraged to learn especially during this unprecedented time in our nation's history. School nurses make a difference! Thank you for your hard work, dedication, and selfless commitment to the Atoms, teachers, faculty and staff. Happy School Nurse Day!

The Fourth Was Strong with the Jedi Master Atoms

May the Fourth it was, celebrate the Atoms did. Mr. Cognetti and a young Jedi Master in Training helped defend Syracuse Academy of Science and Citizenship from Jedi Master McGriff.

Tuesday, May 4th, 2021A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away there were Atoms or should we say Jedi Masters in Training celebrating May Fourth - a Star Wars inspired day. Mr. Cognetti attempted to defend the school from Jedi Master McGriff, but he needed help from a young Jedi Master to help save the day. May the Fourth be with you!

First Grade Atoms Become Published Authors

Syracuse Academy of Science and Citizenship first grade students celebrate the success of their first published work.

Friday, April 30th, 2021It’s official, Syracuse Academy of Science and Citizenship first grade Atoms in Miss Cutrone and Mr. Martin's 1st grade class have officially become published authors. As any published author knows, this significant feat doesn’t happen overnight. There are many steps involved in this process. Thanks to the help of Amplify Education students work through the various steps in the writing process. These steps include drafting, writing, and editing their research on their topic. Their topic was to write about their favorite animal.

These best selling short stories are of course autographed by the author themselves, and we are sure in due time they will make the New York Times bestsellers list. Congratulations, Atoms a job well done!

Teacher Spotlight: 1st Grade Teacher, Ms. Mays

First grade teacher Ms. Mays utilizes her creativity by designing lesson plans that foster high student engagement.

Tuesday, April 20th, 2021Syracuse Academy of Science and Citizenship elementary school would like to recognize first grade teacher, Ms. Mays for its Teacher Spotlight. Going above and beyond the call of duty, Ms. Mays utilizes her creativity by designing lesson plans that are not only fun, exciting and creative but they also foster high student engagement. Each and every day, Ms. Mays strives to challenge the Atoms and ensures everyone is supported and can have a successful academic career. Words cannot express how grateful and thankful Syracuse Academy of Science and Citizenship is for having Ms. Mays as a first grade teacher! Thank you, Ms. Mays for all that you do (and continue to do) for the Atoms, their families, and your fellow teachers.

Hard Work Pays Off for the 2nd Grade Atoms

The Syracuse Academy of Science and Citizenship 2nd grade students read to their stuffed animals as a reward for achieving their classroom goal set earlier this year.

Friday, April 16th, 2021Earlier this year, the Syracuse Academy of Science and Citizenship students in Mrs. Badman’s 2nd grade class set a goal for them to achieve this school year. With hard work, dedication and perseverance the Atoms reached their goal earlier this month. The reward for reaching their goal was being able to invite a furry, squishy, fluffy stuffed animal friend to join them for Drop Everything And Read (DEAR) time. DEAR time is a favorite amongst the Atoms, as they practice their reading fluency skills, and they have an opportunity to explore a variety of children's books and novels. Plus, who doesn’t love reading aloud to a stuffed animal friend. Keep up the great work, Atoms!

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