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Getting a Head Start on College

July 14, 2014

At the conclusion of each school year, we conduct graduate surveys to solicit feedback from our former students related to what we have done well to prepare them for their future and what we could have done to better prepare them for their . . . read more

2014-2015 Cheer Camp a Great Success!

June 30, 2014

The Syracuse Rockets cheerleaders represented their school at NCA cheer camp from June 23 to June 26 at Nebraska Wesleyan University, experiencing their most successful year as a team yet.   While there, the cheerleaders learned . . . read more

Madalynne Stubbendick Selected to Attend UNO Code Crush

February 28, 2014

Madalynne Stubbendick was recently selected to attend the UNO Code Crush camp held at the Peter Kewitt Center at UNO.  After completing an application with letters of recommendation and meeting the academic criteria, Madeline and her IT . . . read more Feedback

SDA Dominates at Peru State College District History Day

Record number of state qualifiers this year!

February 27, 2014

Congratulations to the High School History Day State Qualifiers! 1st place includes- Wyatt Petersen, Samantha Young, Rachael Nordhues, Turner Moore, Sydney Paden, Jordan Shanks, and Kaylee Meyer 2nd place includes- Emma Hammond, Cheyenne . . . read more Feedback

Throwing a "Perfect Pitch" for State Wrestling

February 20, 2014

They are members of choir and they are members of the wrestling team - combined, they are members of a perfect pitch at the state wrestling tournament held at the Century Link Center in Omaha.  After submitting an audition tape and . . . read more

National Honor Society and Student Council Sponsor Blood Drive March 11

March is Red Cross Month - Blood Drive to Run 11:15-5:15 at Syracuse High School

February 13, 2014

The Power of a Blood Donation - Christian Dexter Late one summer night, Brad and Janelle Dexter took their then-2-year-old son, Christian, to an urgent care center because he had a rash and some bruises.  What they thought would be . . . read more

Give Kids a Chance to Solve Problems

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Carolyn O'Laughlin | January 7, 2014

A new moniker, snowplow parents, refers to those who not only hover like helicopter parents but also plow ahead to preemptively eliminate any obstacles from their child’s path.      These are the folks who . . . read more

Speakers Provide Unique Insight to Government Issues

December 20, 2013

Brent Harsin spoke with the American Government class for their Age of Majority Unit recently.  He discussed insurance options with the seniors.  Also, Senator Dan Watermeier offered his perspective on how our government works. read more

Junior Class Spaghetti Feed

December 17 During Nebraska City Basketball Games

December 13, 2013

Junior Class Spaghetti Supper will be held on Tuesday, December 17, from 5 - 7 pm in the Middle School Commons area. The menu includes spaghetti with sauce, a salad, a slice of garlic bread, dessert, and a drink for $5. Proceeds to fund the . . . read more

SOS Group Serving Those In Need

November 15, 2013

The SOS Club is now in Chicago completing community service projects and will return Sunday, November 17th.  Check the slide show to see what they are doing right now.   read more

Veteran's Day Observed at Syracuse High School

November 14, 2013

Student Council hosted the annual Veteran's Day program.  Mitchell Stilmock and Shelby Burr, Co-Presidents, introduced the honored speaker for the program, Tomas Ortiz. Ortiz spoke about his experiences serving in the military and what . . . read more

Syracuse Students Serve Others

October 22, 2013

The Syracuse High School Homeroom groups completed their 2013 community service projects on Monday, October 21 (after a week-long weather delay.)  The purpose of this project is to teach students the value of community . . . read more

Jameson Bennett to National History Day

June 28, 2013

Jameson Bennett qualified for the National History Day competition in Washington D.C. in June and was selected to be the representative for Nebraska to display his project at the Smithsonian Museum of American History.  Congratulations, . . . read more

Sociology Class Visits the Amish Culture

March 14, 2013

The dual credit SDA/PSC Sociology class took a trip March 13 to Jamesport Missouri to visit the largest Old Order Amish settlement west of the Mississippi River.  The class took a tour of an Amish farm and home as well as visiting several . . . read more Feedback

On Parenting A College Student

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Vicki Fisher | January 9, 2013

As I was heading to the airport in New York City this August, I felt a profound sense of sadness. Looking out at the city, I couldn’t shake the feeling that I was leaving behind something important. In reality, it was someone important. I . . . read more

An Evening of Singing

Morgan Mueller | December 13, 2012

                  Nothing rings in the holiday season like the winter vocal music concert, and this year’s offering did not disappoint.  . . . read more

FCCLA Chickenfest Tailgate for Cancer Awareness

November 27, 2012

On Tuesday, December 18th at the double header basketball games against Lincoln Christian, Syracuse FCCLA will be hosting a tailgate supper feed. The menu for the event will be roasted chicken sandwiches, garlic-herb mashed potatoes, corn, a . . . read more

SDA Takes Conference One-Act Championship!!

November 20, 2012

The cast and crew members of this year’s one-act play were rewarded for their hard work when they were introduced as the 2012 Conference Play Production champions at Wahoo High School Monday. The play, “How to Succeed in Medicine . . . read more

Wilhelm Guest Speakers at Veteran’s Program

Taylor Trones | November 12, 2012

 The Veterans who fought for our country were welcomed to our school to celebrate the 59 th anniversary of Veteran’s Day on Monday, November 12th.  The program began with the audience reciting the Pledge of Allegiance, after . . . read more

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