Sandy Creek Central School District

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Kerry Tarolli, a partner with King & King Architects discusses components of the Sandy Creek Central School District proposed capital project at a recent community forum at the school.

Sandy Creek’s community forum discusses proposed Capital Project

January 22nd, 2018
Lani Camp, Public Relations

The Sandy Creek Central School District held a community forum on Jan. 17 to share information regarding their proposed Capital Improvement Project. During the forum, Superintendent Kyle Faulkner explained the need to put forth a project saying, “A building project is no different than your house, you have to put money into it to keep it from deteriorating.” The process began in January...

Staff and student council at Sandy Creek Elementary were inspired to donate to Golisano Children’s Hospital after learning of Lynn Dumas’ generosity when she used the money she had raised to buy gifts for patients at the hospital. Pictured following a presentation at the school are Lynn Dumas with William “Bill” Benedict, a teacher at Sandy Creek Elementary School who coordinated the donation for Lynn’s cause.

Generosity to Golisano Grows in Sandy Creek District

December 8th, 2017
Lani Camp, Public Relations

Lynn Dumas, a third grade student at Sandy Creek Elementary was looking for a way to raise money, so she created what she called fidgets: flour filled balloons that students could squeeze to ease stress or anxiety and help them focus in the classroom. She created the fidgets at home and sold them to her friends and classmates, earning about $20 for her efforts. It’s what she did with the mone...

Gage Ward, Jaz McGrath, Chace Lasell and Paxton Roberts pose following the annual Thanksgiving Feast at Sandy Creek Elementary School. The first and second graders host their own take on Thanksgiving, complete with lots of singing and of course, feasting.

Thanksgiving Feast celebrates kindness

November 22nd, 2017
Lani Camp, Public Relations

For decades the last day of school before Thanksgiving Break, first and second graders at Sandy Creek Elementary School have held a Thanksgiving Feast where students can sample some of the foods served at a typical Thanksgiving table. In a celebration of kindness and cooperation, the students dress as Pilgrims and Native Americans to symbolize the first Thanksgiving celebration. The fir...

Following the lesson by practicum student teacher, Alex Koval, Earth Science students study the phases of the moon.

Hands-on Lesson in Moon Phases

November 21st, 2017
Lani Camp, Public Relations

Alex Koval, at top of photo, is a practicum student from SUNY Oswego. He has been working in Katherine Sheehan’s Earth Science class at Sandy Creek High School and recently presented a lesson on moon phases. Participating in the hands-on lesson, from left to right are: Tiaira Copenhaver, Aden Goodnough and Roselyn Sprague.

Cyprus Liszewski and Brayden Metott were the first recipients of the ‘Leadership Award’ presented by Sandy Creek Elementary School Principal Tim Filiatrault. The school held a special awards ceremony where students were recognized for exhibiting the character traits of the seven habits of the Leader in Me.

First Quarter Principal Awards at Sandy Creek Elementary

November 20th, 2017
Lani Camp, Public Relations

Sandy Creek Elementary School presented first quarter awards to students at the school based on the Leader in Me seven habits: be proactive, begin with the end in mind, put first things first, think win-win, seek first to understand then to be understood, synergize and sharpen the saw. The awards were presented by Principal Tim Filiatrault to students in two separate ceremonies with parents and...

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