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FBLA Awards Banquet

May 20, 2015

Trevor Lockman, 2014-2015 Nebraska State FBLA Vice President, was the guest speaker at the 39 th Annual Syracuse FBLA Awards Banquet on May 11. Lockman talked about leadership, brought greetings from the state officers and also assisted with . . . read more

Final Staff Development Day

May 14, 2015

The early release of students on May 13th marked the final teacher staff development activitiy for the 2014-2015 school year.  The teachers wrapped up their work on power standard goals for students.  These goals ranged from the . . . read more

Junior High Math Contests

May 6, 2015

The 8 th grade math students competed in a national math contest in November.  The AMC 8 (American Mathematics Contest) is a 25 question, multiple choice test.  The test covers a wide variety of math topics as well as logic and . . . read more

Syracuse, Bancroft-Rosalie garner top honors at Power Drive Championship

May 5, 2015

With Werner Park as a backdrop, 39 electric-powered vehicles fought off some early rain and windy conditions in the annual Power Drive Championships last Saturday. Eventually the sun broke through toward the end of the competition, . . . read more Feedback

Agricultural Eucation Department Hard at Work Recycling

May 1, 2015

Every Friday morning during the school year students of the Agricultural Education department recycle paper from classrooms and offices in grades 4-12.  read more

Partners for Otoe County Block Grant Provides Software

23 Copies of Available to Parents Interested

May 1, 2015

Thanks to a Substance Abuse Prevention Block Grant to Partners for Otoe County, funded by the US Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, through the Nebraska Department of Health & Human Services Division of Behavioral . . . read more

FFA Rake Night "Leaves" a Clean Campus

April 30, 2015

On Tuesday April 28th members of he Syracuse FFA Chapter conducted a community service project "Bring your own rake night" where members raked and cleaned up around the school building.  Thanks to Mr. Aden for hauling the . . . read more

PE 2 Students Have Fishing Stories to Tell

April 29, 2015

The PE II classes went to Carlson's pond for two days of fishing. Students learned how to bait a hook, cast a line, and reel in their catches! The weather was beautiful and the fish were biting! I would like to extend a big thanks to . . . read more

Choir Hits a High Note at District Music Contest

April 28, 2015

This past Friday and Saturday April 24-25, music students participated in the District Music Contest in Nebraska City. The High School Choir and Encore both received a "1" superior rating for their performances on Friday . . . . read more

2015 National History Day National Qualifiers

April 13, 2015

Jeff Burr, Trevor Hillman, Cody Pester, Ethan Wallman and Blake Zoller received first place in Senior Group Performance and Jameson Bennett received first place for Senior Individual Exhibit at the Nebraska State History Day . . . read more

Syracuse City Library Hours Extended - Another Source for Research and Computer Use

March 3, 2015

Access to the internet is sometimes a problem for students.  If the home internet is down or access to internet is impossible, there are several alternatives to choose from.  Students can come to school early or stay after school to . . . read more

Cupid Comes to the High School

February 13, 2015

Check out Cupid making students fall in love...with learning! read more

American History II Class Experiencing the Real Thing

November 10, 2014

The US History II class taught by Steve Sayer recently visited authentic history by visting a Civil War museum and Freighter's Museum.  These experiences bring history to life for the students. read more

2014 High School Community Service Event Deemed a SUCCESS!!

October 27, 2014

The Syracuse High School Homeroom groups completed their Community Service projects today as a part of their study of the importance of giving back to one's community.  Projects were completed downtown, in the parks, ballfields, Syracuse . . . read more

Rocket Vision Network Launches

By Isaacs, Tim | September 8, 2014

  Syracuse Public Schools is proud to announce the arrival of our brand new “Rocket Vision Network”!   “RVN” is a live stream broadcast of Home Syracuse activities that can be watched LIVE over the . . . read more

SOS Membership Food Drive Nets Big Catch

September 2, 2014

The Students of Service club recently held their annual membership drive.  One of the activities included a collection of food for the local food bank.  In 30 minutes, students participating collected over . . . read more


By Stilmock, Joy | August 25, 2014

The Syracuse Rockets volleyball team donated $90.00 to ALS Friday night as they answered an ice bucket challenge at the Fall Sports Night August 22.  Before their icy bath, however, the team presented the same challenge to the SDA . . . read more


By Stilmock, Joy | August 25, 2014

Administrators at Falls City High School issued an ALS ice bucket challenge to the SDA High School administraton with the directive that the challenge be completed by the end of the day Friday, August 22.  The challenge was accepted . . . read more

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

Give Kids a Chance to Solve Problems

Reprinted with permission

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

On Parenting A College Student

Reprinted with permission

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

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