Casey Stanzione, Joey Robinson, Caty Elberth, Robert Burch, Rachel Rebusmen, Thomas Notabartolo Caroline Smith, Avi Robles, Chase Lord, and Josh Stroud
The 7th grade class spent an educational and adventurous day at Howe Caverns. They had the opportunity to go far underground to experience a guided tour of the caverns. While there they learned about geological features unique to such an unusual environment and the awesome ability of water to carve out truly beautiful places deep within the earth. They then spent their afternoon testing their limits with activities such as a rope course, zip line, H2O ball and climbing a rock wall. Everyone came away from the trip with an experience to remember. Thank you Mrs. Bergman for organizing the trip.
Since the sixth grade Social Studies curriculum is based on learning about ancient history, what better way to culminate the year than by going on a field trip to a place that will take you back in time? The sixth graders were fortunate to have the opportunity to visit the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City on June 5 and 6 led by teachers Mr. Herwick and Ms. Bradt. It was a day that will be remembered for a long time and some students are even looking forward to going back soon with their families.
Their generous grant allowed us to visit the 9/11 Museum, Battery Park, the Fearless Girl, and the famous bull! Thank you!
Albert Bushane, Casey Carroll, Justin Caruso, Max Collier, Chase Cooley, Isabella Delvecchio, Gabby Dickson, Michael DiLena, Eero Fleming, Brielle Gorecki, Tony Iamunno, Priscilla Lambert, Scott Lawson, Xander MacDonald-Beaudoin, Madyson Morgan, Tyler Patterson, Micheal Raymond, Rachel Rebusman, Amaya Rulison, Brian Somsky, Paige Swartout, Jasmine VanDyke, Connor Westervelt, Kye Williams & Lauren Winegard.
Sixth graders Priscilla Lambert, Amaya Rulison, Paige Bender and Lauren Winegard organized and presented their first production of The Voice C-A on May 5th. Their purpose was to support The Make A Wish Foundation. In a month's time, these amazing girls held auditions for Middle and HS students, gave positive feedback to over 25 students who tried out, choosing their top four each, decorated the auditorium and held their show with the help of the HS Language Club, led by Charli Silvernail. Their show raised just over $200! Their generosity and spirit are highly commended.
Clara and her fellow scouts helped serve lunch to and otherwise assist visitors at the Legislature's disability awareness day on Monday. These girls have worked together on robotics, workshops, and service for four years. This was their second year at the Capitol.
Danny spoke to the 5th graders about his experiences so far at SUNY Oneonta, what it's like to go to college and major in accounting, and about an astronomy class he took (since the 5th graders just finished studying space).