Explore ideas and techniques related to drawing in this week long course with artist and teacher Anne Cofer. Participants will experiment with a variety of materials to develop an understanding of the elements and principles of art and design. Learn concepts relating to drawing as a form of expression and a method of communicating information. Multiple approaches will be used including alternative drawing tools, creating drawings with printed line and employing theories of visual perception to create a wide variety of images.
Ages 13-18; February 18-21 (Tues-Fri) during Mid-winter recess; 9:30 am – 3:30 pm; Members $140; Non-members $175
To register or find out more information visit www.everson.org or contact Qiana Williams, qwilliams [at] everson [dot] org, 315 474 6064 x303
Congratulations to Syracuse Scorpions Girls Soccer players named to the CNY Girls Soccer All-League Team. The Scorpions is a district-wide varsity team with players representing all city high schools.
First Team Ella Neville, senior – Nottingham High School
Second Team Karen Boronczyk, senior – Corcoran High School
Honorable Mention Rachel Hidek, freshman – Nottingham High School
Congratulations to Nottingham Boys Soccer Players named to Central New York Boys Soccer All-League Teams
First Team Nermin Ajsic, Nottingham, senior; Jerome Ntakirutimana, Nottingham, junior; Ismet Suljic, Nottingham, junior;
Second Team Valentine Juma, Nottingham, senior; Sylvere Nshimiye, Nottingham, junior; Amir Smajlovic, Nottingham, junior
Congratulations to senior Amir Begovich, juniors Alec Harris and Sydney Schwab, and senior Ian Montgomery who participated in the Vex Regional Robotics competition at Baldwinsville High School on Saturday, December 7. Both Nottingham teams qualified to move on to the state competition in January.
Thanks to teacher Bryan English, STEM Club Advisor and Vex Robotics Coach, for his work with the students and his leadership coordinating this event. Special shout out to the Ed Smith team who competed against the older students and went all the way to the semi-finals!
Congratulations to Nottingham guidance counselor Debbie Holden, named an Education Hero by Le Moyne College. Debbie works many, many hours helping Nottingham students prepare their college applications, and she also has served as choreographer for Nottingham’s musicals. http://lemoyne.edu/LeMoyne101/MeetSomeDolphins/DolphinStories/tabid/1997/articleType/CategoryView/categoryId/68/Admission-Success.aspx
See the Post-Standard link below for information about the Say Yes announcement that it is adding 11 schools to its list of participating colleges and universities: Yale University; Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Washington University in St. Louis; Brown University; Williams College; Smith College; Trinity College; Kenyon College; Muhlenberg College; and Northeastern University. http://www.syracuse.com/news/index.ssf/2013/12/say_yes_to_education_adds_yale_mit_eight_more_private_colleges_to_free-tuition_l.html#comments
You can get detailed information about Say Yes at www.sayyessyracuse.org We have found scholarship director Ahmeed Turner particularly knowledgeable and helpful; he can be contacted at ahturner [at] syr [dot] edu
If you have a Nottingham alum (or soon-to-be alum) in your family, consider a Bulldog Brick as a holiday gift. The brick will be added to the bricked area around the Nottingham Bulldog at the main entrance, a great memory for a Nottingham grad.
Click on the Bulldog Brick Project link above.