Say Yes to Education Info session for
ALL Syracuse City School Families
Say Yes Syracuse Scholarships Director Ahmeed Turner
Wednesday, December 9 at 6:30 pm
This information session will give families the opportunity to learn about Say Yes to Education and the opportunities and scholarships it provides to students who graduate from Syracuse City Schools with at least three years of attendance.
• What schools are now on the Say Yes list
• How does the Say Yes scholarship work at different schools
• What do families have to do to ensure their student qualifies
• How are SCSD students faring in college
This information session is free; no registration necessary
Nottingham High School Cafeteria
3100 East Genesee Street
Syracuse, NY 13224
Sponsored by Nottingham F.A.C.E.S.
For additional Say Yes information: http://www.sayyessyracuse.org
For additional FACES information: http://www.nottinghamptso.org
Nottingham’s 2015 School Report Card: 2015 Nottingham report card
SCSD’s 2015 School Report Card: 2015 SCSD report card
Nottingham theater presents The Tempest on Friday and Saturday, November 20 and 21, at 7 pm, and Sunday, November 22, at 2 pm.
Tickets are $8 general admission. Students and 65+ pay $5. Tickets available at the door.
Take a look at the new Nottingham newsletter: October newsletter
It’s Hell Weekend for the cast and crew of The Tempest.
Tech will be at Nottingham on Saturday and Sunday, and actors will be there on Sunday.
We need families to help us provide a potluck lunch for the techies and the actors on both days:
A-H: Appetizers — chips, crackers and cheese, veggies, fruit, etc
I-M: Main Courses (some vegetarian always appreciated)
Lunch is at noon in Room 100, so we appreciate having food there just ahead of noon; please label bowls and serving utensils. If any parents can help with set up (11:30-12) or clean up (12:30-1), it would be greatly appreciated. Contact Marjorie Purnine at purnine [at] earthlink [dot] net
Nottingham’s Key Club is collecting socks through the end of November to donate to members of the homeless community in Syracuse.
All donations of socks to this drive will be given to a local organization called In My Father’s Kitchen, which works to provide food and other supplies to people in need, and especially to the homeless during the wintertime.
Donations of packaged socks are welcome, as are individual pairs of socks, as long as they have not been used previously. There is a donation box in T. Little’s room, and donations will be accepted through the end of November.
If anyone has questions about the drive, they can contact Sophie May at maysophia [at] gmail [dot] com.
All donations are greatly appreciated!
Nottingham’s theater troupe the Meadowbrook Harlequins invite you to place an ad or congratulatory note in the playbill for the fall play, The Tempest. The play is set for Friday and Saturday, November 20 and 21, at 7 pm; and Sunday, November 22, at 2 pm. Tickets are $5 for students and senior citizens; $8 for adults.
Use this form to place an ad in the playbill: theater donors fall 2015
Teacher conferences are set for Tuesday, November 3, and Thursday, November 19, both half days for Nottingham students (dismissal at 11:15).
If you wish to speak with a teacher, call Bonnie Shultz at 435-4391 and she will ask for a phone number and the teacher(s) you would like to meet with. The teacher(s) will call you back to set up a time.
Please note that if you have a concern about your student’s work in a class, you can check the Home Access Center and email or call a teacher at any time.
Nottingham Key Club is hosting a movie night in the Nottingham auditorium on Friday, November 6, from 6:30 to 8:45. The group will be showing Back to the Future, and candy, chips, and bottled water will be for sale. Key Club is suggesting a $2 donation at the door, with proceeds going to The Eliminate Project, an organization seeking to eliminate maternal/neonatal tetanus, a deadly disease.
All are invited to come to the movie night.