The Junior Prom is set for Friday, May 29, from 7-10 pm at the Sheraton University. Tickets are now on sale. Note that students attending the Junior Prom will be able to park in the Sheraton University parking garage. Prom-goers who are driving to the Sheraton University can park for free They will take a ticket when they enter and leave it in the box when they exit. The garage typically isn’t staffed late in the evening.
Information about the prom and a photo order form are here: Junior Prom info and picture order form Students paying for prom tickets with a check should make the check to Class of 2016 – Nottingham High School.
Contact junior class advisor Gwen Raeford at graeford [at] scsd [dot] us if you have questions.
Dancers in the community may be interested in the upcoming Nottingham Dance Festival, scheduled for Sunday, May 31. Registration begins at 8:30, with classes running from 9 am to 4 pm at Nottingham.
Contact p.e. teacher Alissa DeBie for more information. Registration form is here: Nottingham Dance Festival 2015 Info Sheet
Get your spirit fingers ready for the SCSD summer musical Bring It On, based on the popular movie about high school cheerleading competitions.
Nottingham will host the show this summer. Show times are August 7 and 8 at 7 pm and August 9 at 2 pm.
The production team this year is Director – Bill Ralbovsky Music Director – Fred Willard Sets/Tech Director – Eveny Parker Choreographer – Alissa DeBie Production Manager – Leigh Parry-Benedict
Information about auditions will be announced soon. Incoming 9th graders (this year’s 8th graders) as well as members of the Class of 2015 are welcome to audition or volunteer to work as part of the crew.
The Nottingham football team is gearing up for summer workouts and a great fall season and invites the Nottingham community to an Applebee’s Pancake Breakfast on Sunday, May 31, from 8-10 am at the Applebee’s on Erie Blvd in Dewitt.
Tickets are $7 and can be purchased from football players and coaches. You can also pay at the door on May 31.
This summer Nottingham is offering a Summer Writing Institute at Nottingham to incoming 9th graders. The institute is not mandatory, but it is a great way for students to get some challenging academic work in over the summer while meeting members of the English and Social Studies departments. The Institute will include many students making their way to Nottingham, and will be taught in an engaging and entertaining style–with snacks!
Name: Summer Writing Institute Date: July 6 – July 24 Availability: For Nottingham’s Incoming 9th Graders Location: Nottingham High School Time: 9 am – 12 pm (weekdays only) Transportation: Provided Cost: 0 To register: Go to http://goo.gl/forms/zWcsmtUijm and fill out the form or call Nottingham at (315) 435-4380.
Congratulations to Nottingham students Audria Payne and Natalia Montilla-Acosta, recently recognized by Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Onondaga County! Audria received the Michael P. Yeomans Scholarship for her dedication to her “Little” Imari (a student at Seymour Dual Language Academy). Natalia received the High School Big Sister of the Year Award for her dedication to her “Little” Gerardo, also a Seymour student.
If you are planning to attend a Say Yes to Education school you MUST complete the online certification form to receive your tuition scholarship. Go to: https://www.grantinterface.com/sayyestoeducation/Common/LogOn.aspx
The link can also be found on the sayyessyracuse.org website on the tab College Scholarships > Overview or College Scholarships > How to apply or College Scholarships > Frequently Asked Questions.
Nottingham Theater is one of 24 central NY schools participating in the first annual Syracuse HS Music Awards on Saturday, May 30, at the Landmark Theater. Fourteen awards will be presented to area performers.
Tickets are $10, available by phone or at the box office, but if you order by phone you will be charged $12 per order. Phone is 315-475-7979. The Box Office is open Monday-Friday 10-5.
Check out the Facebook page at Syracuse High School Theatre Awards.