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Congratulations to these Acadia gr. 8 students moving up to the high school.

Congratulations to these Acadia gr. 8 students moving up to the high school.

Written by on July 10, 2019

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Student members of the newly formed Acadia Recognition Committee recently presented information about the group’s work to faculty and staff. More photos…

Student members of the newly formed Acadia Recognition Committee recently presented information about the group’s work to faculty and staff. More photos…

Written by on June 21, 2019

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Middle school administrators host a vaping presentation by the Prevention Council

Middle school administrators host a vaping presentation by the Prevention Council

Written by on June 21, 2019

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Acadia students in Randy Symonds’ tech class engineered dragster cars using a design process in Autodesk Inventor a computer drawing program. With this they were able to identify the cars weight, projected frontal area, and anticipate an average speed.  One car went 40′ in .3 seconds  that’s 108 mph. More photos…

Acadia students in Randy Symonds’ tech class engineered dragster cars using a design process in Autodesk Inventor a computer drawing program. With this they were able to identify the cars weight, projected frontal area, and anticipate an average speed.  One car went 40′ in .3 seconds  that’s 108 mph. More photos…

Written by on June 21, 2019

 

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Holocaust Survivor Johanna Reiss visits with the Acadia, Gowana and Koda middle schools students.

Holocaust Survivor Johanna Reiss visits with the Acadia, Gowana and Koda middle schools students.

Written by on June 5, 2019

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Four Shenendehowa students received recognition awards at the School Administrators Association of New York State (SAANYS) Student Leadership Breakfast. More info and photos…

Four Shenendehowa students received recognition awards at the School Administrators Association of New York State (SAANYS) Student Leadership Breakfast. More info and photos…

Written by on June 5, 2019

Four Shenendehowa students received recognition awards at the School Administrators Association of New York State (SAANYS) Student Leadership Breakfast.  Courtney Golden (senior) was awarded an academic scholarship.  Courtney will attend Cornell University in the fall, where she will be majoring in electrical and computer engineering.  Three middle school students were recognized as well.  Paige Dahn […]

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Acadia students in Ms. Sutherland’s and Ms. DeCerbo’s program recently presented to peers about a topic of their choosing. More info and photos…

Acadia students in Ms. Sutherland’s and Ms. DeCerbo’s program recently presented to peers about a topic of their choosing. More info and photos…

Written by on June 5, 2019

Acadia students in Ms. Sutherland’s and Ms. DeCerbo’s program recently presented to peers about a topic of their choosing.  Students completed interest surveys to self-select their topic.  Once the topic was selected, they used graphic organizers and internet resources to research their topics.  Next, they put their information onto Google Slides and added picture and […]

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Acadia 7-8th grade students and staff (141 students and 15 teachers) hiked Washington DC to visit museums, monuments, parks and social interest points. More photos…

Acadia 7-8th grade students and staff (141 students and 15 teachers) hiked Washington DC to visit museums, monuments, parks and social interest points. More photos…

Written by on May 30, 2019

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Acadia 6th grade students earned an egg relay race in Jessica Clermont’s art class. Mrs. Clermont is counting down the school days  using the alphabet and fun activities to keep students motivated and working hard!

Acadia 6th grade students earned an egg relay race in Jessica Clermont’s art class. Mrs. Clermont is counting down the school days using the alphabet and fun activities to keep students motivated and working hard!

Written by on May 30, 2019

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Acadia 8th grader Forrest Gao competed in the National Mathcounts competition in Orlando, Florida last week and helped New York State place in the top ten!  Congratulations Forrest!  More photos…

Acadia 8th grader Forrest Gao competed in the National Mathcounts competition in Orlando, Florida last week and helped New York State place in the top ten! Congratulations Forrest! More photos…

Written by on May 30, 2019

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