Students at Ed Smith created artwork for “Raindrops on the Windshield,’’ an art exhibit at The Warehouse. The students worked with Stephen Mahan, an art professor at Syracuse University who runs the Photography and Literacy (PAL) project and hosted a public viewing last week.
Syracuse City School District parents who have questions about their legal rights can get free confidential advice from one of five legal clinics sponsored by Say Yes to Education and the Onondaga County Bar Association. The clinics are staffed by lawyers who can help with legal issues surrounding housing, public benefits, employment, divorce, custody and child support.
The Institute of Technology will host their Inaugural Alumni Day on Friday, January 11, 2013. All alumni are welcome to attend and visit the newly remodeled school. Building Tours will be from 4:00PM-4:45PM followed by a social hour in the cafeteria with light refreshments from 4:45 PM-5:45.
Boys and girls basketball teams throughout the Syracuse City School
District have already begun the 2012-2013 season. Below is a quick look at the squads from each school with input from coaches on where they hope their teams will be at the end of the season.
Seniors Charise Wilcox, Mary Morgan and Jasmine Davis will lead head coach Jim Marsh’s Corcoran girls this year. The team will again compete in the highly competitive Amsterdam Holiday Classic which features some of the top teams in New York state.
Members of the Corcoran High School hockey team spent a recent Saturday sprucing up the grounds of their school. Many of the students who participated in the cleanup do not attend school at Corcoran but are part of the district-wide hockey team. The students removed several bags of leaves and trash as part of their cleanup efforts.
In addition, Mike Smolnycki donated his landscaping talents and the campus should be dotted with several hundred daffodil blooms next spring at the entrances to the school.