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SFCSD Proud -  Weekly Highlights for January 30 - February 3, 2023

Good morning, Families and Staff, 

February has arrived! Students are now into the third quarter of the school year. It seems like minutes since it was September, and now, here we are. This week's highlights are a range of academic, extracurricular and SEL ​work being conducted in the district.

Enjoy!

Frank Knight
We filled our building bucket for the fourth time and earned a B.L.U.E. Frozen Day as our building reward! This special reward included dressing in blue or in wintry theme clothing, watching Frozen during lunch in the cafeteria, and a dance party in the afternoon. We are so proud of our students for  B.L.U.E.

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Cady Stanton
Each Thursday morning, teachers can drop-in to work with our student support team of coaches and coordinators. This is a great way for teachers to share knowledge and expertise as we all try to do what’s best for students’ academic, social, emotional and behavioral growth. It’s a team approach working for the whole child at Cady Stanton!

Each Thursday morning, teachers can drop-in to work with our student support team of coaches and coordinators. This is a great way for teachers to share knowledge and expertise as we all try to do what’s best for students’ academic, social, emotional and behavioral growth. It’s a team approach working for the whole child at Cady Stanton!

Middle School
SFMS Student Council is kicking off their “Souperbowl of Caring” can food drive for Seneca County House of Concern.  Students are competing in a grade level pickleball tournament.  Our 3rd quarter is off to a great start.

Photos from All County held this past weekend at Mynderse Academy

Mynderse
Samantha Jacobs and Kyle James were honored again for their artwork in the Scholastic Art Show! Both students won honorable mention in the drawing and illustration category for their pieces titled “Digital World” and “Sunny.” Samantha also won a Silvery Key Award for her piece, “Washing Machine.” Silver Keys are only given to about 7% of pieces submitted! Congratulations to both Sam and Kyle!

Curriculum and Instruction
Building foundational literacy skills is a district priority. Recognizing, writing, building and using a magnifying glass to “really see the word” are all strategies being utilized to support skill development. 

Special Programs 
In addition to her primary students, Mrs. Terpolilli has been hosting two other students for observation and fieldwork experiences. Julia Trickler [left], our very own Senior at Mynderse Academy and student in the New Vision program at WFL BOCES completed an observation at Frank Knight Elementary School with Mrs. Terpolilli this week. She is planning on attending Nazareth College in the Fall after her graduation pursuing a career in Occupational Therapy. Dakota Temple [right] is a Masters level OT student from Keuka College who is completing her 3 month Level II fieldwork with Mrs. T. The fieldwork program allows Dakota the opportunity for hands-on experience as she pursues her program studies. 

Athletics
Congratulations to our modified girls team for their win against Pal-Mac on Wednesday. The JV and Varsity boys beat Red Creek Monday night. 

Also at home this week, our senior girl’s basketball players beat Wayne on their senior night Wednesday.

The wrestling team is competing in sectional play at Wayne on Saturday, good luck to our wrestlers!!!! Indoor Track & Field is headed to Nazareth College and Hockey to Iroquois High School.

Have a great weekend, and thank you for supporting our schools!

Sincerely,
Dr. Michelle Reed
Superintendent of Schools

“Alone, we can do so little; together, we can do so much” -Helen Keller

 

Dr. Michelle Reed

 

Dr. Michelle Reed
Superintendent

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