The dates and times for the 2011-12 graduation ceremonies are available below. In addition to the five traditional high school graduation ceremonies taking place there will also be an adult education graduation ceremony, a ceremony for the graduates of the LPN program and the August summer graduation. The ceremony schedule is:
Students from three Syracuse City School District high schools spent a recent Saturday mingling with some of the best young adult authors in the business at the 2012 Greater Rochester Teen Book Festival.
Students from Nottingham High School’s DECA program spent some time in Salt Lake City, Utah, this spring competing at Nationals.
Nastacia Marks, Serafina Parus, Emily Carlson, Jenyia Wilson, Natalie Mooney, Julianna Matthews and Oona O’Brien were joined by Thomas Azzolino, the club’s advisor and a business education teacher at Nottingham High School. While the students did not make it past the preliminary rounds of the competition they all were thrilled to have the opportunity to meet other DECA students from around the world, meet business leaders and get in some sightseeing.
Teams from Fowler and Nottingham high schools joined with 396 teams from more than 20 countries at the VEX Robotics Competition World Championship at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, Calif.
Fowler’s team of Tuyen Q Huynh and Tuyen Huynh finished 88th in the competition. The students had a few mechanical issues and Robert Woolery, the team’s advisor, and a science teacher at Fowler, said the duo narrowly missed finishing in the top 25.
Please bring your family, and a dish to share to this event to celebrate the diversity of our school. In order to get a head count for this event please complete this form and return it via email to Tanika Jones-Cole firstname.lastname@example.org, please let us know what treat you will be bringing. This event will take place on Thursday May 17th, 2012 at 6PM in the Nottingham Cafe.
The Fowler and Nottingham VeX Robotics Teams are competing in the VeX Robotics World Championships in Anaheim, California. Nottingham team advisor Bryan English has created a Twitter account so friends and family can follow the teams progress throughout the four days of competition.
You can follow the team's account here. There is a page set up that Mr. English will be updating every day for the remainder of the competition.
Nottingham teacher Eveny Parker was featured on Syracuse.com for her work with students to improve their knowledge and appreciation of music. A member of Nottingham's 2005 graduating class she told Syracuse.com that, “I want kids who look like me and have been through things I’ve been through to know that it’s possible for them to be successful, and it doesn’t take forever to do it,”.