–Students, faculty, staff and community members collected Band-Aids throughout the month of February and will be donated in person on Thursday, March 11th.–
Syracuse, NY. – Students, faculty and staff at Syracuse Academy of Science and Citizenship elementary school recently collected over 4,000 Band-Aids to benefit the children and families at Upstate Golisano Children’s Hospital. The Band-Aids will be donated to staff at Upstate Golisano Children’s Hospital in person on Thursday, March 11th.
“We are incredibly thankful for everyone’s kindness, and generosity in coming together as a community to help support our neighbors in need. As we all know, it is never fun to be sick … but to a child it is always fun to pick out your own Band-Aid,” said Dominic Frisina, Dean of Elementary, Syracuse Academy of Science and Citizenship elementary school.
Syracuse Academy of Science and Citizenship elementary school is a proud member of The Positivity Project, which empowers America’s youth to build positive relationships and become their best selves. With the Positivity Project, students learn various character strengths such as: kindness, gratitude, teamwork and much more.
Science Academies of New York (SANY) Charter Schools There are three Charter Schools serving under the SANY umbrella, Syracuse and Utica Academy of Science Charter School (SASCS), and Syracuse Academy of Science and Citizenship Charter School which all are nonprofit, tuition-free, public, K-12, college preparatory charter schools in Central New York. The schools prepare students for college, career and citizenship through a STEM based curriculum. SANY seeks to graduate students who can think critically and creatively; who are committed to a lifetime of learning and civic involvement; and who are conscious of local, global and environmental issues.