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8th Graders Experience Career Day: PHOTO - Skaneateles Middle School 8th graders enjoy a video presentation by New York State Trooper Kylie Black about their special K9 unit.  (Dan Kapuscinski photo) SKANEATELES, NY (June 2, 2017) – The Skaneateles Middle School 8 th grade class took part in Career Day on Friday, as students were introduced to different careers through energetic community members. Following a group meeting in the Skaneateles High School Auditorium, where high school principal Gregory Santoro addressed all students as their future principal, the students broke up into several groups to visit and learn what several community members do for their careers. As a part of the meetings, students also gained knowledge on how each individual got to this point in their ... more >>
SCS Honors Veterans with Memorial Day Assemblies: SKANEATELES, NY (May 31, 2017) – Skaneateles Central Schools honored our country’s veterans on Friday of Memorial Day Weekend, with two separate assemblies held during the day. The day started on Friday morning at Waterman Primary School as Skaneateles veterans Jack Moran and Bill Knoll joined the school’s morning meeting. Moran and Knoll were invited to speak to students about the significance of Memorial Day and its origins.  The duo also explained what members of the American Legion do to honor our service people and how Skaneateles remembers the day with a parade and ceremony. Later in the afternoon the annual Skaneateles Middle School Memorial Day Assembly took place in the Skaneateles High School auditorium, honoring more than 30 Skaneateles ... more >>
2021 Tour Addresses No Tax Impact, Building Needs: PHOTO - Skaneateles Central School District Superintendent Ken Slentz provided tours to district residents wishing to learn more about the district's proposed capital improvement project known as Project 2021. SKANEATELES, NY (May 26, 2017) – The Skaneateles Central School District held a Project 2021 Community Forum and Tour on Thursday evening in the Skaneateles Middle School gym to provide a firsthand look into the project’s progress, financial implications, and building needs. Skaneateles Central School District Superintendent Ken Slentz presented on the proposed project, which will go to a district wide vote on November 14. “The timing of the forum is sequential,” said Slentz.  “We will continue to do this into the fall, ... more >>
A Capella Choir Invitational Festival Friday Night:     more >>
Sixth Grade Book Fair Kickstarts Summer Reading: SKANEATELES, NY (May 25, 2017) – The Skaneateles Middle School sixth grade class got a jumpstart on their summer reading plans by taking part in this year’s book fair in the middle school library on May 24-25. Approximately 100 book fair projects were on display in the library over the course of a two day period. “The book fair is a perfect way to end our Language Arts program for the sixth grade,” said sixth grade Language Arts teacher, Liz Hyatt.  “At this point the students have been working on and need to be able to identify plot summaries, so choosing a book and working through these projects helps with that.  Plus, by presenting the books to other students, the entire group gets to learn about a series of new books so that ... more >>
High School CIM Class Builds Electric Mandolins: SKANEATELES, NY (May 24, 2017) – Matthew Slauson’s Computer Integrated Manufacturing class at Skaneateles High School recently constructed a series of electric mandolins, utilizing a host of manufacturing and design techniques. Computer Integrated Manufacturing is a part of Project Lead the Way, a class taught for college credit through the Rochester Institute of Technology. The mandolins took several hours to design and produce while also learning about manufacturing techniques, costs of manufacturing, computer design, 3D printing, CNC programming, electronics, and craftsmanship. “The students take a great deal of pride in producing these,” said Slauson.  “Each year I try to give the students a new learning experience by making ... more >>
New Members Inducted into Art Honor Society: PHOTO - Lawrence Gray, Isabella Kroon, Meg Benedict, Abbie Scala, Kao Howard, and Mary Lambdin are the six new members of Skaneateles High School's National Art Honor Society. (Jessica Sawchuk photo)   SKANEATELES, NY (May 24, 2017) – A total of six new members were inducted into Skaneateles High School’s National Art Honor Society on Tuesday, May 23 in the high school library. Students Meg Benedict, Lawrence Gray, Kao Howard, Abbie Scala, Mary Lambdin, and Isabella Kroon were honored as new inductees at the ceremony which featured a small art show with work of the inductees as well as refreshments. The National Art Honor Society recognizes the commitment of students to make art and creativity part of their lives.  In order to be inducted ... more >>
Honors Convocation Recognizes High School Students: SKANEATELES, NY (May 19, 2017) – The accomplishments of more than 80 juniors and seniors were celebrated at the annual Honors Convocation at Skaneateles High School on Monday, May 15. Seniors received a variety of awards, including senior distinction awards in every subject area.  Forty-nine seniors who will graduate with Honors and Honors with Distinction were congratulated and presented with the special cords they will wear at graduation. Eight juniors were recognized for their recent induction into the National Technical Honor Society.  In addition, more than 30 juniors received plaques, certificates, books, and scholarships from colleges and universities that recognize fine Skaneateles students each year. Skaneateles High School Principal Gregory ... more >>
20 Years of Envirothon at Skaneateles High School: SKANEATELES, NY (May 19, 2017) – Skaneateles High School is celebrating 20 years of participation in the New York State Envirothon competition this month as five students will take part in the annual gathering which will take place May 24-25 at Hobart & William Smith Colleges in Geneva, NY. Biology and Ecology teacher Rick Garrett serves as the Envirothon advisor and guided Skaneateles High School into the competition back in 1997. “We first entered the program back in 1997 and the regional competition was held at Filmore Glen State Park,” said Garrett.  “It was highly memorable because we did not know what to expect and were surprised to perform so well.  That spurred our enthusiasm for the program and we began a long run of success ... more >>
VIDEO: 5th Grade 3D Printing Challenge: