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#UASCS Middle School 3rd Quarter Awards Ceremony & Student v Teacher Olympics.

On Friday, May 4th, 2018, the 3rd Quarter Award Ceremony took the place at UASCS MS. The awards were given to students that excelled or showed substantial progress academically. In addition, they were acknowledged for their citizenship performance. This was an opportunity to acknowledge teachers for their superb performance. The event concluded with the Students vs. Teachers Olympics where students challenged their teachers in basketball and volleyball.

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2018 #UASCS High School Prom

On Friday, May 4th, 2018 #UASCS had their first prom at Daniele's Banquet Specialists in New Hartford. Students and staff enjoyed it very much. Go Atoms!

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#UAS High School Students Walkout Against Gun Violence

 

On Friday, April 20, 2018, students at Utica Academy of Science, participated in the National School Walkout commemorating the 19th Anniversary of the Columbine tragedy. We are very proud of our scholars for organizing this meaningful event and exercising their right to have their voices heard.

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#UAS High School Field Trip to Citizenship

On Wednesday, April 18, 2018, a group of ELL students, Ms. Dowling, and Mrs. Grabovica visited the Utica Federal Building to attend a U.S Citizenship Ceremony. It was a remarkable learning experience to see some of our #UASAtoms students and parents getting their citizenship.

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#UASCS Spread the Motivation

On Tuesday, April 10th, 2018 students etched inspiring messages on the sidewalks at the #UASCS middle school. Students wrote these notes to our scholars for the New York State ELA test. This activity not only created freestyle avant-garde works of art but also helped students to relieve pressure in a colorful way.

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#UASCS Students at the 40th Annual Utica College Science Fair

On Saturday, March 24th, 2018, Utica College hosted the 40th Annual Regional Science Fair. UASCS Scholars participated with eight projects in this important event. The #UASCS scholars presented competitive projects in several disciplines. UASCS students, Zerina Tricic and Clifton Rogers received certificates for their projects. The UASCS will continue to contribute to the development STEAM in the Mohawk Valley by expanding the UASCS Annual Science Fair, and through participation in local, regional, and national science fairs.

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Students Visit Hamilton College

On Friday, March 30, 2018, UASCS students visited Hamilton College, enjoying the opportunity to attend on international day, a day in which students from various countries are prominently recognized. Students toured the college and had lunch with college students currently attending Hamilton. UAS students learned about campus life firsthand and what it takes to become a Hamilton College student. #UASCS #UASAtoms

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Field Trip to NYS Museum in Albany Brings History to Life

On Thursday, March 29, 2018, Utica Academy of Science students visited the New York State Museum in Albany, NY. Students enjoyed the opportunity to learn about New York State historical events in an enriching way. The museum explores and expresses the empire state’s significant natural and cultural diversity, past and present. #UASCS #UASAtoms

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Parents and Students Attend Information Session for New UAS Elementary School

On Wednesday, March 28, 2018, Utica Academy of Science held an information session for parents and students eager to learn about the new elementary school slated to open in the fall of 2018. Our superintendent Dr. Hayali attended and was available to meet with parents of future students, as well as future students themselves. #UASCS #UASAtoms

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Staff Receive Professional Development in Building Safety and Emergency Planning

On Monday, March 26, 2018, Utica Academy of Science Charter School (UASCS) provided its staff with professional development dedicated to building safety and emergency planning. Presentations about safety and emergency response were provided for each building level. In addition, the Utica Police Department provided training on how to respond to an active shooter. Teachers asked questions and learned about possible scenarios in which an active shooter might occur. Captain Cinque and his colleague gave teachers instruction in how to respond to the threat of an active shooter. UASCS will continue to revise and improve its safety and security policies by working with local agencies and providing training for staff.

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