2015-2016 National Junior Honor Society Officers Elected
5th Grade- Isabella Luvera & Brayden Valentino, 6th Grade- Ava Hubert & Daniel VanDam, 7th Grade- Alyssa Pouget & Edwin VanWagner, 8th Grade- Sage Murphy & Zarib Alam
Clara asked the question "Are Fingerprints Inherited?" in her award winning science experiment
Brooke Betke and Amaya Rulison won with their science experiment "How Color Affects Taste?"
6th Graders in Mrs. Seekamp’s science classes created informational brochures detailing the many characteristics of a wide range of invertebrates. To further sharpen their critical analysis of the information gathered and shared, students were then asked to grade each other’s work. Students not only learned about invertebrates but they also gained experience in designing and publishing informational resources.
On March 16th Albert Bushane took part in St. Baldrick’s Day and shaved his head to raise money and awareness for childhood cancer. St. Baldrick’s Day is an annual event sponsored by the St. Baldrick’s Foundation. The first St. Baldrick’s Day was held on March 17, 2000 and since then people have been shaving their heads and raising money to support childhood cancer research. Albert was able to raise over $750 that was donated to such an amazing cause.
Mrs. Brown's 5th grade classes donated a total of $70 to the Mohawk Hudson Humane Society. The money they raised went toward the care of a young cat named Sushi, who now has a home in part because of their generous donation.
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EMBHSSC is organized to provide activities, experiments, projects, and field experiences for students entering 6th, 7th, or 8th grade. The camp promotes science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education. The EMBHSSC is a two-week, academic, residential camp that emphasizes increasing students’ mathematics and science knowledge and skills while introducing them to college life and stimulating their interest in science and engineering as a potential career path.
If selected, each student will spend one week at Clarkson University studying science and technology through hands-on activities. The Horizons Program is intended to help young women embrace the excitement of Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts and Mathematics (STEAM), and to better understand and communicate its everyday use and importance.Through fun and challenging hands-on projects, the Horizons curriculum uses an integrated instructional module in mathematics, science, and engineering, supported by the arts and technology.
7:00 PM MS Festival of the Arts
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM 8th Grade Panoramic
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM 4th to 5th Grade Orientation- Band Orientation to Follow 7-8pm
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM 4th to 5th Grade Band Orientation
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM 5th Grade "Just for Girls Night" with Mrs. Dombroski- MS Room 112