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Congratulations to the Acadia students who were honored with the Sandra G. Morley Physical Education Student Leadership Awards at Hudson Valley Community College sponsored by NYSAHPERD Capital Zone.

Congratulations to the Acadia students who were honored with the Sandra G. Morley Physical Education Student Leadership Awards at Hudson Valley Community College sponsored by NYSAHPERD Capital Zone.

Written by on May 13, 2019

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Acadia Student Council sponsored an event called Pennies for Patients.   The donations collected during this fundraiser will be used toward research and finding cures for patients who have blood cancer diseases. More info and photos…

Acadia Student Council sponsored an event called Pennies for Patients.   The donations collected during this fundraiser will be used toward research and finding cures for patients who have blood cancer diseases. More info and photos…

Written by on May 3, 2019

Acadia Student Council sponsored an event called Pennies for Patients.   The donations collected during this fundraiser will be used toward research and finding cures for patients who have blood cancer diseases.   Jacqueline Bove, the Campaign Specialist from the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, recognized Acadia Student Council representatives for their dedication in supporting cancer families and […]

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Acadia girls on team 8-2 recently visited RPI and spent time with members of the Society of Women Engineers.  More info and photos…

Acadia girls on team 8-2 recently visited RPI and spent time with members of the Society of Women Engineers.  More info and photos…

Written by on May 3, 2019

Acadia girls on team 8-2 recently visited RPI and spent time with members of the Society of Women Engineers.  Following a presentation about opportunities for young women at RPI, students toured the campus and participated in a liquid nitrogen demonstration.  The morning concluded with lunch at the Olive Garden.

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Congressman Tonko presented books from the Library Of Congress to the Acadia library and he spoke to the students for and answered questions. More info…

Congressman Tonko presented books from the Library Of Congress to the Acadia library and he spoke to the students for and answered questions. More info…

Written by on May 3, 2019

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Students from Mrs. Perno’s accelerated earth science class visited students in Mrs. Hickock’s 4th-grade class at Tesago to teach the younger students about weathering and erosion through the use of home-made models. More info and photos…

Students from Mrs. Perno’s accelerated earth science class visited students in Mrs. Hickock’s 4th-grade class at Tesago to teach the younger students about weathering and erosion through the use of home-made models. More info and photos…

Written by on May 1, 2019

Students from Mrs. Perno’s accelerated earth science class visited students in Mrs. Hickock’s 4th-grade class at Tesago to teach the younger students about weathering and erosion through the use of home-made models.  Students learned how to read contour maps and how rivers affect the shape of the land. It was a great learning experience for […]

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Acadia students in Crystal Perno’s science class discovered how static electricity works by having soda can races.  Students used static electricity to move the cans across the finish line. More photos…

Acadia students in Crystal Perno’s science class discovered how static electricity works by having soda can races.  Students used static electricity to move the cans across the finish line. More photos…

Written by on May 1, 2019

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Mrs. Irwin treated her structured study hall students to homemade cookies and hot chocolate in recognition of their academic success during the third quarter.  All of these students made the high honor roll and shared their appreciation for Mrs. Irwin’s guidance, support, and encouragement along the way.

Mrs. Irwin treated her structured study hall students to homemade cookies and hot chocolate in recognition of their academic success during the third quarter. All of these students made the high honor roll and shared their appreciation for Mrs. Irwin’s guidance, support, and encouragement along the way.

Written by on May 1, 2019

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Shen high school students who are World of Difference peer trainers visited middle school Family and Consumer Science classes to promote diversity, respect and acceptance of all in our school community. Students were very engaged and thoroughly enjoyed this important learning opportunity. More photos…

Shen high school students who are World of Difference peer trainers visited middle school Family and Consumer Science classes to promote diversity, respect and acceptance of all in our school community. Students were very engaged and thoroughly enjoyed this important learning opportunity. More photos…

Written by on May 1, 2019

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Mrs. MacLaughlin’s tri-building math classes hosted a probability carnival where they compared the theoretical and experimental probabilities of their games. More photos…

Mrs. MacLaughlin’s tri-building math classes hosted a probability carnival where they compared the theoretical and experimental probabilities of their games. More photos…

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The Acadia Board Game Club recently hosted an extended game night. Students had a great time playing board and video games with their friends. More photos…

The Acadia Board Game Club recently hosted an extended game night. Students had a great time playing board and video games with their friends. More photos…

Written by on April 17, 2019

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