Syracuse STEM at Blodgett Middle School
Harry Valentin, Ph.D.
Deans of Students
|School-Based Health Center
7:25 AM - 1:55 PM
312 Oswego Street |
Syracuse, New York 13204
SYRACUSE STEM AT BLODGETT'S NEW ACADEMIC SCHOOL MODEL
Syracuse STEM at Blodgett will be partnering with Le Moyne College to implement STEM programming. Students who successfully complete eighth grade at Syracuse STEM at Blodgett will be prepared to enter any high school or CTE program and begin studies as a freshman.
Rigorous academic program that offers students STEM-based technical learning and the opportunity to participate in project based learning experiences. Starting in sixth grade, students will be enrolled in various introductory STEM classes, such as:
Teaching methods will be inquiry based and student-centered as students engage in solving engineering challenges using an engineering design process. Students have the freedom to think critically, creatively, and innovatively, as well as have opportunities to fail and try again in safe environments.
There will also be a character education component delivery through a Leadership Development course, and numerous opportunities to work in collaborative groups will help develop cooperative learning skills.
Here are some important dates to remember for the month of February.
Feb. 1st - First Day of Black History Month
Feb. 8th - Washington D. C. Gala from 4 - 5 pm, Room 418
Feb. 10th - All City Band at 2 pm, Grant Middle School
Feb. 12th - 100th Day of School
Feb 14th - Valentine's Day
- Board of Education Meeting at 5:30 pm, Livestreamed/Central Office
Feb. 15th - All City Orchestra at 6 pm, Nottingham High School
Feb. 19th - President's Day (No School for Students and Staff)
Feb. 19th - 23rd - Winter Recess (No School for Students and Staff)
The SCSD has many academic, social, emotional and mental health supports available to students. School social workers can help connect you and your child to in school and/or out of school supports that meet your needs. Please call us at (315) 435-4386 and ask to speak with a Social Worker for more information and assistance.