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Events

28 Speakers in 28 Days: Higher Education

Syracuse Academy of Science and Citizenship welcomed Syracuse University Law Professor, Lavonda Reed and Lincoln University Senior Tamara Chalmers for its 28 Speakers in 28 Days event.

Monday, February 8th, 2021In early February, Syracuse Academy of Science and Citizenship elementary school welcomed two higher education virtual guest speakers for its 28 Speakers in 28 Days event. The guest speakers included Syracuse University Law Professor, Lavonda Reed and a Lincoln University student, Tamara Chalmers.

Lavonda and Tamara were both fountains of wisdom and knowledge. They shared with the Atoms the value and importance of education and more specifically college education. They also shared why it is important to keep and open-mind when trying new things and never taking time for granted.

Thank you, Lavonda and Tamara for taking time out of your busy schedule to speak with the Atoms for being such inspirational leaders.

28 Speakers in 28 Days: CNY Central

Syracuse Academy of Science and Citizenship welcomed CNY Central’s news and broadcast team as virtual guest speakers for its 28 Speakers in 28 Days event.

Monday, February 8th, 2021In February, Syracuse Academy of Science and Citizenship elementary school welcomed three CNY Central news and broadcast team as virtual guest speakers for its 28 Speakers in 28 Days event. The virtual guest speakers included:

  • Faith Cane - News Team Producer
  • Mr. Frankie Jupiter - News Anchor
  • Melanie Johnson - News Anchor

The CNY Central News team shared with the Atoms the importance of staying dedicated to school, education and having passion for community involvement and giving back to others, and of course a behind the scene look at broadcasting the daily news.

Thank you, CNY Central news team, I think we might have some future news producers and anchors in the making! We appreciate you all taking time out of your schedule to speak with the Atoms for our 28 Speakers in 28 Days event.

28 Speakers in 28 Days: First Responders

Syracuse Academy of Science and Citizenship welcomed two first responders who spoke virtually to the Atoms for its 28 Speakers in 28 Days event. Speakers included: Army Sergeant Aaron Lamontagne and Ranette Releford

Wednesday, February 11th, 2021Continuing with Syracuse Academy of Science and Citizenship elementary school's 28 Speakers in 28 Days event, Atoms welcomed two first responder virtual guest speakers -Army Sergeant Aaron Lamontagne and Ranette Releford.

Sergeant Aaron Lamontagne spoke with the 3rd grade Atoms about his career in the military, various duties, training with the military and the roles and responsibilities he had while serving with the Army. Thank you, Sergeant Aaron for your service!

Ranette Releford  spoke with our students about her career working closely with the police department during investigations and ensuring that all parties involved uphold their job responsibilities. Ms. Releford also shared her experience of running for Onondaga County Legislature.

Thank you, to both of our virtual guest speakers for taking the time out of their busy schedules to share valuable wisdom and insight with the Atoms.

28 Speakers in 28 Days: SASCS Alumni

Syracuse Academy of Science and Citizenship welcomes three Syracuse Academy of Science Charter School Alumni to be virtual guest speakers for its 28 Speakers in 28 Days event.

Thursday, February 11th, 2021During the month of February, Syracuse Academy of Science and Citizenship elementary school hosted a virtual event called, 28 Speakers in 28 Days. In this event, we welcomed various business professionals, community leaders, Syracuse Academy of Science alumni, thought leaders and more to virtually speak with the Atoms.

Today, we share with you three Syracuse Academy of Science Alumni who expressed the value and importance of education, wisdom into their career field, and insight into college and being a student athlete. Our virtual guest speakers included:

Thank you, Atoms for being a part of our special program and for taking the time out of your busy schedule to speak with the students!

First Grade Atoms Solve Many Math Equations

Syracuse Academy of Science and Citizenship first grade Atoms practice their strategic thinking skills when solving various subtraction problems on their math worksheet.

Monday, February 22nd, 2021The Syracuse Academy of Science and Citizenship first grade mathematicians were busy at work practicing their problem solving and strategic thinking skills. Students used various hands-on, minds-on tools such as counters and mini whiteboards to solve the subtraction problems on their math worksheet. Keep up the great work, Atoms!

Over 4,000 Band-Aids Collected during Band-Aid Drive

Syracuse Academy of Science and Citizenship elementary collected 4,532 Band-Aids that will benefit the children and families at Upstate Golisano Children’s Hospital.

Friday, February 26th, 2021During the month of February, Syracuse Academy of Science and Citizenship elementary school hosted a Band-Aid Drive in efforts to collect fun Band-Aids to donate to Upstate Golisano Children’s Hospital. It’s with everyone’s efforts, generosity and kindness that we are happy to share that we collected 212 boxes of Band-Aids (or 4,532 Band-Aids). These Band-Aids will benefit the children and their families at Upstate Golisano Children’s Hospital. Now this is what we call, positivity in action! Thank you to everyone who helped make this event possible and successful. Please give yourself a round of applause!

28 Speakers in 28 Days: Tykemia Carman

Syracuse Academy of Science and Citizenship elementary school welcomes virtual guest speaker, Crave Dessert Studio owner Tykemia Carman for its 28 Speakers in 28 Days project.

Wednesday, February 24th, 2021Syracuse Academy of Science and Citizenship elementary school had the sweet pleasure of welcoming Tykemia Carman as its next virtual guest speaker for the 28 Speakers in 28 Days project. Tykemia Carman is the proud business owner of Crave Dessert Studio, was featured on the Food Network’s Christmas Cookie Challenge, and is also a Syracuse Academy of Science alumna. Tykemia shared with the Atoms the important role education played in her life, as well as, her most recent dessert project. Thank you, Tykemia for taking the time out of your busy schedule to speak with the Atoms! You left us all craving something sweet.

Building Successful Atoms, One Sound at a Time

Syracuse Academy of Science and Citizenship kindergarten Atoms practice their vowel and consonant sounds using Amplify’s Chaining Folders.

Monday, February 22nd, 2021The Syracuse Academy of Science and Citizenship kindergarten Atoms participate in a hands-on, minds-on activity using Amplify’s Chaining Folders. In this activity, students practice saying, hearing and learning vowel and consonant sounds to better understand how words are formed. Keep up the great work, Atoms!

Atoms Stretch into a New Gym Class Unit - Yoga

Syracuse Academy of Science and Citizenship elementary school Atoms started a new Gym Class unit, Yoga, where the students will practice their flexibility, coordination and connecting their minds and bodies.

Monday, February 22nd, 2021Namaste, Atoms! The Syracuse Academy of Science and Citizenship elementary school Atoms started a new PE unit, Yoga, on Monday, February 22nd. In this unit, Mr. E will teach the Atoms various stretches and moves such as Downward Dog, Happy Baby, Cat, and Cow just to name a few. With the Yoga practice, Atoms will have a better understanding and opportunity to practice their flexibility, coordination and connecting their minds and bodies.

Mrs. Badman's Mathematicians

Syracuse Academy of Science and Citizenship 2nd grade Atoms in Mrs. Badman’s class practiced their Fact Fluency skills where they were tasked with solving math equations.

Monday, February 22nd, 2021The second grade Atoms in Mrs. Badman’s class are welcomed back from their Mid-Winter Break with a fun Fact Fluency activity. In this ‘popcorn style’ game, Mrs. Badman asks the Atoms various math problems to solve, and the students shout out the answers. Click here to watch this very cute, short video. Welcome back, Atoms!

3rd Grade Atoms Level Up their Reading Skills

Syracuse Academy of Science and Citizenship 3rd graders use Lexia Learning to practice their reading and comprehension skills.

Thursday, February 4th, 2021Syracuse Academy of Science and Citizenship 3rd grade Atoms were busy at work practicing their reading and comprehension skills while using Lexia Learning. Each student navigates at their own pace through various levels all while building and enhancing their phonics skills. Keep up the good work, Atoms!

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