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Sandy Creek Central School District

Sandy Creek Central School District

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The mission of the Sandy Creek Central School District is to provide all students the knowledge and skills necessary to be self-directed, life-long learners by providing the highest quality education in partnership with parents, staff, and community.

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Sandy Creek Central School Receives Grant from the New York Life Foundation to be a Grief Sensitive School Community
December 6th, 2022 by Jordan Finnerty

The New York Life Grief-Sensitive School Initiative (GSSI) was created in 2018. Sandy Creek Central School became a designated Grief-Sensitive School in 2022, As a result of agreeing to strive to become grief sensitive, the school received $500 that was used to fund grief counseling and other grief management efforts. GSSI aims to better equip educators and other school personnel to support...
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Best-Selling Author Visits Sandy Creek
November 16th, 2022 by Jordan Finnerty

Award-winning author Dusti Bowling recently visited Sandy Creek Elementary to speak to students about her life and journey as a writer. Bowling, best known for her book Insignificant Events in the Life of a Cactus, delivered an inspiring presentation to students, as well as met with them and signed their books. "I use my own life experiences and surroundings as the creative basis for a lot...
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Sandy Creek Students Travel Back to Ancient Mesopotamia
October 27th, 2022 by Jordan Finnerty

Sixth grade students in Sandy Creeks Ancient Cultures class recently put themselves in the shoes of ancient Mesopotamians for a class assignment. For this assignment, students learned about architecture and ancient structures commonly found in ancient Mesopotamia. Students were then given the option to draw or create a 3D model of a Sumerian Ziggurat. "Ziggurats were very important in...
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Fire Prevention Week in Sandy Creek
October 13th, 2022 by Jordan Finnerty

Elementary students at Sandy Creek Central School recently learned the importance of fire safety during National Fire Prevention Week. Local firefighters visited the districts elementary school to teach students about the importance of fire safety and prevention. There were hands-on demonstrations of equipment, instructional videos, and students even got to go inside fire trucks and see...
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Sandy Creek Students Become Teachers for a Day
October 13th, 2022 by Jordan Finnerty

Roles were reversed recently when fifth grade students at Sandy Creek Elementary took on the role of teacher, and taught their peers about science. As part of a recent science assignment, fifth grade students were tasked with teaching their younger peers. Students were responsible for creating their own lesson plans, assignments, presentations, and had to dress appropriately for the role. Sandy...
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