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Congrats to Acadia 8th grade PE Leadership Award winners Carter Phoenix, Calvin Hicks, Aliza Adil, and Jay Oh (not pictured Georgia Greene, Madeline DeNisco).

Congrats to Acadia 8th grade PE Leadership Award winners Carter Phoenix, Calvin Hicks, Aliza Adil, and Jay Oh (not pictured Georgia Greene, Madeline DeNisco).

Written by on May 16, 2018 in Photos

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Gowana and Acadia gr. 7 students in technology build electric cars and soldering circuits. More photos…

Gowana and Acadia gr. 7 students in technology build electric cars and soldering circuits. More photos…

Written by on May 14, 2018 in Photos

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The Tri-building Olympics of the Visual Arts teams competed in a state wide art competition and brought home several awards for the Shenendehowa Middle schools.  More photos…

The Tri-building Olympics of the Visual Arts teams competed in a state wide art competition and brought home several awards for the Shenendehowa Middle schools.  More photos…

Written by on May 4, 2018 in Photos

The Tri-building Olympics of the Visual Arts teams competed in a state wide art competition and brought home several awards for the Shenendehowa Middle schools.   Congratulations to Sculpture and Illustration for taking home First Place and Architecture, Photography, and Drawing for taking Second Place!  

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The Middle School Tri-building Latin Club celebrated Rome’s birthday by creating edible mosaics.

The Middle School Tri-building Latin Club celebrated Rome’s birthday by creating edible mosaics.

Written by on May 4, 2018 in Photos

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Tri-building art students in Mrs. Wheeler and Mrs. Clermont’s class worked together with the Gowana Library to create puzzle pieces in support of autism awareness month and school library month! More photos…

Tri-building art students in Mrs. Wheeler and Mrs. Clermont’s class worked together with the Gowana Library to create puzzle pieces in support of autism awareness month and school library month! More photos…

Written by on May 4, 2018 in Photos

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Tri-building Middle School students created a memorial honoring the victims of school shootings from past to present. More photos…

Tri-building Middle School students created a memorial honoring the victims of school shootings from past to present. More photos…

Written by on May 4, 2018 in Photos

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Every year, Acadia team 8-2 brings a group of 8th grade girls to RPI to meet with the Society of Women Engineers for a tour of campus and some activities related to building interest in STEM careers.  More info…

Every year, Acadia team 8-2 brings a group of 8th grade girls to RPI to meet with the Society of Women Engineers for a tour of campus and some activities related to building interest in STEM careers.  More info…

Written by on April 23, 2018 in Photos

Every year, Acadia team 8-2 brings a group of 8th grade girls to RPI to meet with the Society of Women Engineers for a tour of campus and some activities related to building interest in STEM careers.  This year they were able to bring all of the girls on the team on the trip as […]

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Students have a blast coding Acadia Library’s programmable robots! More photos…

Students have a blast coding Acadia Library’s programmable robots! More photos…

Written by on April 19, 2018 in Photos

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Acadia Middle School students enjoy the Royal Treatment during lunch periods for their outstanding behaviors and positive role modeling during cafeteria time. More photos…

Acadia Middle School students enjoy the Royal Treatment during lunch periods for their outstanding behaviors and positive role modeling during cafeteria time. More photos…

Written by on April 13, 2018 in Photos

Acadia Middle School students enjoy the Royal Treatment during lunch periods for their outstanding behaviors and positive role modeling during cafeteria time – kudos to all those recognized!

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Acadia accelerated earth science students went over to Mrs. Banagan’ s second grade class to teach the students about the different agents of erosion. More info and photos…

Acadia accelerated earth science students went over to Mrs. Banagan’ s second grade class to teach the students about the different agents of erosion. More info and photos…

Written by on March 29, 2018 in Photos

Acadia accelerated earth science students went over to Mrs. Banagan’ s second grade class to teach the students about the different agents of erosion.  The 8th graders taught about glaciers, waves, rivers, mass movement, soil type, and cave formations.  They finished off the lesson with a flip grid summary about erosion!  They had a great […]

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