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SCSD Students to Take Part in College Signing Day Activities

Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton held a manufacturing roundtable at the Institute of Technology at Syracuse Central 

Syracuse City School District Students take part in a variety of activities during the academic year. This section highlights some of their events and achievements. School plays, special SCSD activities including school plays, special presentations and social activities.

SCSD Students to Take Part in College Signing Day Activities

In celebration of College Signing Day, students at all five Syracuse City School District high schools will be taking part in activities to commemorate students’ college selection.

George W. Fowler High School

George W. Fowler High School

At Corcoran, PSLA at Fowler, Henninger, Nottingham and the Institute of Technology at Syracuse Central (ITC), students will be able to play college trivia games, win college-related merchandise, enter raffles for larger prizes and decorate paper pennants showing their college of choice. These events will be held in partnership with Hillside Family of Agencies, On Point for College, Say Yes to Education, Syracuse University and Onondaga Community College—the newly formed Syracuse College Access Network (SCAN).

In addition, ITC will host a signing ceremony in which Pathways in Technology Early College High School (P-Tech) students will select their program of study at Onondaga Community College. Modeled after an athletic signing ceremony, students will elect to pursue either Mechanical Technology or Electrical Engineering Technology in their continued studies. Representatives from the ITC P-Tech program, the Syracuse City School District and OCC, including President Casey Crabill and the OCC mascot, are scheduled to be on hand to congratulate students on their decision.

SCSD Hosts Inaugural Student Voices Symposium

Syracuse City School District to receive $3,251,426

The Syracuse City School District hosts its first ‘Student Voices Symposium,’ an opportunity for middle and high school students from throughout the SCSD to provide valuable feedback on their educational experience.

A panel of students took part in a question and answer session addressing all attendees, and then students met in small groups with facilitators representing the larger Syracuse community to respond to a series of questions.

The inaugural ‘Student Voices Symposium,’ was held on Thursday, May 5, 2016 for high school and middle school students. The event was held at the Gateway Events Center on the SUNY ESF Campus

SCSD Students Receive Delta Sigma Theta Scholarships

 

The Syracuse Alumnae Chapter of the Delta Sigma Theta Sorority held the 41st annual May Week Scholarship and Fortitude Awards Celebration at the DoubleTree by Hilton Syracuse. Nelaj Archie of Henninger H.S., right, was one of nine Syracuse City School District seniors were among a dozen young people that received scholarships. Photo by John Berry

The Syracuse Alumnae Chapter of the Delta Sigma Theta Sorority held the 41st annual May Week Scholarship and Fortitude Awards Celebration at the DoubleTree by Hilton Syracuse. Nelaj Archie of Henninger H.S., right, was one of nine Syracuse City School District seniors were among a dozen young people that received scholarships. Photo by John Berry

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 “Aida” performed at Fowler High School

With Julian Gray in the role of Radames beside her, Ahmanee Simmons as Aida sings during the musical "Aida" performed at Fowler High School. Photo by John Berry

With Julian Gray in the role of Radames beside her, Ahmanee Simmons as Aida sings during the musical “Aida” performed at Fowler High School. Photo by John Berry

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                                                                                                                                                                    

Clinton at the Institute of Technology at Syracuse Central

 

Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton held a manufacturing roundtable at the Institute of Technology at Syracuse Central with Syracuse Mayor Stephanie Miner and leaders of local industry. Photo by John Berry

Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton held a manufacturing roundtable at the Institute of Technology at Syracuse Central with Syracuse Mayor Stephanie Miner and leaders of local industry. Photo by John Berry

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton held a manufacturing roundtable at the Institute of Technology at Syracuse Central with Syracuse Mayor Stephanie Miner and leaders of local industry.

Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton held a manufacturing roundtable at the Institute of Technology at Syracuse Central with Syracuse Mayor Stephanie Miner and leaders of local industry. Terrell Miller, left, a senior in the school’s Media Communication program, was covering the event and couldn't resist taking a selfie for himself with Clinton in the background as she was leaving the building. Photo by John Berry

Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton held a manufacturing roundtable at the Institute of Technology at Syracuse Central with Syracuse Mayor Stephanie Miner and leaders of local industry. Terrell Miller, left, a senior in the school’s Media Communication program, was covering the event and couldn’t resist taking a selfie for himself with Clinton in the background as she was leaving the building. Photo by John Berry