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SMS - Babysitting Course
Students learning to cook for babysitting and supplies for babysitting
Humane Club
Students from Ms. Parisi and Mrs. Ford's 2nd and 3rd grade Humane Education Club spent 10 weeks learning about the importance of Humane Education. Students learned about topics relating to dogs' wants and needs, proper care and treatment of dogs, over population of shelters, and the negative impacts of puppy mills. In a 3 week collaboration with Cuse Pit Crew, students learned about dog safety and how to appropriately approach dogs. We even had a special visit from our 4 legged friend, Elsa! As a culminating activity, students created a district-wide donation drive, with all donations going to help the dogs at Second Chance Canine Adoption Shelter in Jamesville.
students posing with humane society dog and workers
 
students pose with dogs from humane society
students wearing hats presenting with dog

After-School Roman Art Projects
students working on pottery at solvay elementary
students working on art/pottery

Finished Pots:
students holding pink pots


SES Young Musicians Club
Students playing music instruments
Students playing instruments
 
  SES Ancient Roman Art Class -  Roman frescoes, columns & mosaics!   


AM Students completed their Animal Research Projects! Great job!
 
Student with animal project


 
Kindergarten STEM program students planning and constructing an alternative plan for the Gingerbread Man to cross the river without falling in.  In the book he rides on the back of a fox - pretty dangerous!    

   


Science Club
On Saturday, May 12th, Science Club braved a rainy forecast took a hiking trip to Buttermilk Falls in Ithaca and then to Fillmore Glen in Moravia.  On this all-day field trip we hiked up through 2 gorges, exploring local geology and the signs of spring as the streams' rushing waters flowed past newly leafed-out trees with spring plants blanketing the forest floor.  Students turned over rocks in search of bugs and backboned creatures alike.  A fun time was had by all.




Solvay H.S. Students Visit Darco Manufacturing



 
Two students and 1 teacher pose for a photograph about vegetarian cooking.
The “Beyond Salad” class concluded on Dec. 15 with a dinner party, hosted by Mrs. Russell and her family. At the party, students dined on homemade pizzas, snacks, and dessert, while chatting about future plans and reminiscing about their time at the Solvay UFSD – including the good old days at Solvay Middle School.

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PO Box 980
299 Bury Drive
Syracuse, New York 13209
Phone: (315) 468-1111


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