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Sandy Creek Elementary School Principal Tim Filiatrault dressed as the Cat in the Hat and read a Dr. Seuss book, “Green Eggs  and Ham” to the student classes who won the top reading spot for the month.

Cat in the Hat reading reward for Pre-K classes

April 17th, 2018
Lani Camp, Public Relations

Students in the morning and afternoon pre-kindergarten program at Sandy Creek Elementary earned a Dr. Seuss-themed reading reward when Principal Tim Filiatrault dressed as the Cat in the Hat and read “Green Eggs and Ham” to the winning classes. The students were excited for the reward and teacher Julie McNitt praised the students for their online reading in class which she said boosted them...

Team members from Sandy Creek for this competition included: Giusepe DiMario, Chris Blount, Nic Potter, Alex Sawchuck, Emily Smith, Cassidy Carnes, Emily Kehoe, Faith Bachar, Joe Metott and Dustin Bryant. Coach for the Comets team is Caitlin White.

Final OCAY League competition also names Overall Champion

April 10th, 2018
Lani Camp, Public Relations

The fourth and final Oswego County Academic Youth (OCAY) League competition tested teams from area high schools with their ability to solve a series of puzzling tasks. Titled “The Puzzler’s Quest,” the final event featured a break out box where teams had 30 minutes to solve several “language” clues to determine the combinations for five locks in order to successfully enter the bre...

Two of the three recipients of the Leadership Award for outstanding fifth graders who show leadership every day in their school, are pictured with Sandy Creek Elementary Principal Timothy Filiatrault, at right. At left is Colton Killam and Seth La Celle, center received the award presented by last quarter’s recipients. A third recipient or the leadership award was Jesiah Curry, who was unable to attend the ceremony.

Third Quarter Awards Ceremony at Sandy Creek Elementary School

April 10th, 2018
Lani Camp, Public Relations

Students at Sandy Creek Elementary School were recognized for their outstanding character in following and exhibiting the seven habits through the Leader in Me. The seven habits include: 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. Two student assemblies were held to present t...

Pictured, left to right are active members of the Co.R.E. 34000 Robotics team at Sandy Creek: Crystal Palmer, Alexia Phillips, Kendra Poyneer, Hailey McNitt, Jessica Graham, Ashleigh Rosenbaum, Garrett LaPointe, Emily Ward, Margery Yousey, Alex Olin, Sadie Lurcock and Coach John DeGone following their championship win to advance the team to the VEX Robotics World Championship for the third straight year. Not pictured is Logan Hatch, inactive member of the team.

Sandy Creek’s Co.R.E. team earns third straight trip to VEX Worlds

March 15th, 2018
Lani Camp, Public Relations

For the third time in as many years, the Sandy Creek Co.R.E. VEX Robotics team has won the Northern New York Championship to advance to the VEX World Competition in April. The team is coached by John DeGone, technology instructor in the district, who organized a small group of students into a robotics team three years ago. This year 255 teams competed across New York State in VEX robotics co...

Project has been approved by the voters.

Capital Project Passes With Large Majority

March 6th, 2018
Lani Camp, Public Relations

The Sandy Creek Central School District proposed Capital Improvement Project vote results are in! The project has passed with 236 yes votes and 71 no votes. Thank you voters for your continued support of our students and district.



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