Ninth grade Biology was mini med school this week. Students conducted research on genetic disorders and presented their findings to a group of peers. They connected their research to our most recent unit, which investigated patterns of genetic inheritance.
Middle School: Don’t miss our SoF Ice Skating afternoon at Stuy Town Rink, Thursday, February 7th, 4:00pm – 6:00pm
If you have skates, please bring them – if a lot of kids attend, they might run out.
Purchase tickets below! Be sure to include your child’s full name.
$20 in advance. Snacks provided.
Please note that the rink is not exclusive to our students.
If you have a season pass at Stuy Town Rink, you can use it.
Scholarships are available. Please reach out to Shari at [email protected]
The SoF ADHD Club was founded by Dylan Foler with one goal in mind: To fight the stigma of mental health! Dylan has ADHD and wanted to do something to raise awareness, therefore, giving him the idea to start the club. The ADHD club focuses and offers activities and projects related to all types of mental health. For example, the ADHD club recently gave holiday cards to kids with autism at the Learning Spring School. Our next project focuses on making posters to raise awareness about mental health. The club meets every Wednesday during high school lunch in room 201 and is open to all high schoolers.
Congratulations to senior Cecilia McAndrews who was selected to attend an awards ceremony at Yankee Stadium as a PSAL scholar athlete! Eleven students per borough were selected from the thousands of nominations. Selectees were also special guests of honor at this years Pinstripe Bowl, also played at Yankee Stadium. In addition to being an A-student, Cecilia has Captained the Girls Varsity Soccer, Basketball, and Softball teams.
Go Cecilia! Way to represent SOF!