January Student of the Month
Monday, February 25, 2020—We love celebrating student success. This week #UASCS Elementary Atoms were celebrated for their "Student of the Month" status. Scholars were recognized for their hard work and persistent effort. Way to go, Atoms!
Now Accepting Applications!
Saturday, February 15, 2020—Utica Academy of Science Charter School is now accepting applications for the 2020-2021 school year. As a part of our school promotional events, school staff and alumni organized a table and digital display event at the Sangertown Square Mall. It was wonderful to see so many interested parents obtain information about school and enrollment procedures. Missed us at the mall but still want to apply? No problem! Application Link 👉 apply.sany.org
First Grade is Booked Solid
Wednesday, February 12, 2020—Our Atoms may be booked solid with winter vacation plans this week, but we can't stop ourselves from sharing pics from their most recent field trip to the Utica Public Library. First-grade #UASAtoms explored the library, set up their library cards, and enjoyed a Pete The Cat storytime. Don't you just love the library?
The Golden Sneaker Award
Monday, February 3, 2020—It's a race to the Golden Sneaker Award! In all #UASCS Elementary Physical Education classes, students are working as a team to achieve the Golden Sneaker Award. The Golden Sneaker Award goes to the grade level classes that earn the most points as a team. Each class can earn up to five points a class. This award started this January and will be given out monthly to those that show great cooperation, effort, participation, attitude, and preparation. We have been working really hard on the importance of teamwork and how to become a great teammate. **Congratulations to our January Winners: Kindergarten: Ms. Monahans Class, First Grade: Mrs. Shibley’s Class and Second Grade: Mrs. Muhic’s Class.
Why Play Matters
Friday, January 31, 2020—The Power of Play. At #UASCS we know that play is absolutely critical to developing confident and thoughtful citizens. In order to provide some hands-on play, Kindergartners took a field trip to Utica Children's Museum. We all had a great time trying on various dress-up outfits, and playing pretend! There was a pretend kitchen area, grocery store area, hardware store, veterinarian clinic, car garage, and so much more! We were also able to explore and learn about dinosaurs, as well as try out some musical instruments. On one of the upper floors, we were able to play with life-size foam tinkertoys. A fantastic time was had by all!
Working Together at #UASCS Middle School
Friday, January 31, 2020—Collaboration matters. At Utica Academy of Science, we want to hear from our parents, which is why we host Coffee & Conversations sessions. Our last meeting, held on January 31, served as an opportunity for parents and school administrators to connect. Discussions ranged from utilizing school tool, potential school problems, and community building. Way to go, Atoms!
Middle School Award Ceremony
Friday, January 31, 2020—Middle School #UASAtoms Celebrate Success during the winter award ceremony. While the staff celebrated student success, our Atoms took a moment to acknowledge a Staff Member of the Month. After careful consideration, our Atoms chose Mr. Velic. Atoms wanted Mr. Velic, the first UAS-MS Employee, to know how much they appreciate his hard work and dedication. Way to go, Atoms!
Second Grade Strike!
Wednesday, January 29, 2020—Second Grade Atoms rolled over to AMF Pin-O-Rama Lanes for a field trip to learn a little about bowling, a little about sportsmanship, and a lot about fun.
Student of the Month Ceremony
Monday, January 27, 2020—#UASCS Elementary honored select Atoms during the January Student of the Month ceremony. It was a wonderful opportunity to celebrate our #UASAtoms for their growth with parents and staff. Go Atoms!
#UASAtoms Attend 15th Annual Legislative Breakfast
Friday, January 24, 2020— A rounded education emphasizes the importance of civic engagement. At #UASCS it is a part of our core charter to graduate college-ready and civic-minded students. Two #UASAtoms attended the 15th Annual Legislative Breakfast Forum in Utica, New York. Local elected officials laid out their plans for the upcoming year and answered questions from the audience. Officials who took part in the event included Congressman Rep. Anthony Brindisi Senator Joseph A. Griffo Oneida County Executive Anthony J. Picente Jr. and Utica Mayor Robert M. Palmieri Herkimer County Legislature Chairman Vincent Bono and Assembly members Assemblywoman Marianne Buttenschon Assemblyman Brian Miller and Assemblyman Robert Smullen.