Edward Smith K-8 School Supply List

     Published on 9/2/21   Tagged under:    Ed Smith   

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SCSD Students Celebrate Juneteenth with Essay Contest, Book Readings and More SCSD Students Celebrate Juneteenth with Essay Contest, Book Readings and More: June 19 th , known as Juneteenth and Emancipation Day, marked the end of slavery in the United States in 1865. Today, it serves as a way to honor Black History and reflect on how we can each promote and work for equality for all.   Throughout the SCSD, students and staff engaged in activities to celebrate Juneteenth and learn about the importance of advocating for social justice. Reading Celebration “Who is Opal Lee?” STEAM at Dr. King 4th grade teacher Cynthia Pace asked ... more >>
SCSD Students Receive New York State Lifestyle and Leadership Award SCSD Students Receive New York State Lifestyle and Leadership Award: Eleven SCSD students were recently recognized as exemplary physical education students!   These students were all selected by the New York State Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance Central North Zone as winners of the Ideal Health & Physical Education Award. The award recognizes students who demonstrate literacy in physical and sports skills, attendance, perseverance, leadership and positive influence on peers, sportsmanship and citizenship, and more.   ... more >>
Ed Smith School Presents Its 2022 Spring Musical: Shrek, Jr. Ed Smith School Presents Its 2022 Spring Musical: Shrek, Jr.: It's a "big bright beautiful world" as everyone's favorite ogre, Shrek, leads a cast of fairytale misfits on an adventure to rescue a princess and find true acceptance.  Part romance and part twisted fairy tale, Shrek Jr. is an irreverently fun show with a powerful message for the whole family.   Don’t miss Shrek, Jr., which will be presented by Ed Smith students on Thursday, May 12 th and Friday, May 13 th at 7 pm. Admission is free!   We hope to ... more >>
Ed Smith Student to Compete at Scripps National Spelling Bee Ed Smith Student to Compete at Scripps National Spelling Bee: Perorate. P-E-R-O-R-A-T-E.   It’s a verb meaning to speak at length.   And for Ed Smith 8 th grader Nagi Aitbayeva, it’s the word that won her the local Syracuse.com/The Post-Standard Spelling Bee, advancing her to represent Central New York at the Scripps National Spelling Bee in Maryland this spring!   “I already knew it,” Nagi explained of perorate, her spelling challenge. “It wasn’t the most challenging word I’ve ever come ... more >>
SCSD Teachers Meet Their Goals Thanks to New Impact Coaches SCSD Teachers Meet Their Goals Thanks to New Impact Coaches: In Molli Brown’s classroom at Delaware Primary, first graders complete a timed math fluency test – called a math sprint – three or four times a week.   When they finish, they run to the front of the room, grab a crayon, and shade in how many questions they got right on their personal goal tracker.   When they reach their math goal – which each student sets for himself or herself each month – they get to ring a special bell to celebrate their progress. ... more >>


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