Cazenovia Freshman Earns The Herblock Award for Editorial Cartoon

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The Cazenovia High School Art Department is proud to announce that Asya Sozen (9) was one of three high school students to be nationally recognized with a  2022 Herblock Award for Editorial Cartoon. Asya was honored for the cartoon The Border, with a Silver Key at the regional/state level of the 2022 Scholastic Art Competition. The work then moved on to judging at the national level in March.

Asya will be attending the National Scholastic Awards Ceremony at Carnegie Hall in New York City, on June 9th to receive the $1,000 scholarship and Gold Medal.

Congratulations!

Upstate University Hospital Mammography Van Coming May 19

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Upstate University Hospital Mammography Van will visit the Cazenovia Middle and High Schools at 31 Emory Avenue in Cazenovia on Thursday, May 19, 2022. The screenings will be available between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. for women who have scheduled an appointment.

 To schedule an appointment for a mammogram with the van, women should call 315-464-2588. Appointments can also be requested online at: https://www.upstate.edu/noexcuses.

To be eligible for a mammogram on the van, women should be 40 years and older; not have had a mammogram in the past 12 months; and not be experiencing breast problems.

The mobile mammography program was started through New York State’s “Get Screened, No Excuses” Breast Cancer Initiative, and continues with the support of Upstate University Hospital. The program aim is to get rid of obstacles to breast cancer screening for women in New York. The average rate for screening mammography in New York is 81 percent.

The mammography van is equipped with a state-of-the art 3D digital mammogram system, private exam room, dressing rooms and a waiting room.

Breast cancer is one of the most common cancers in women, effecting one in 8 women.  It’s also one of the most treatable cancers when detected early. Mammograms—x-rays of the breasts—are the most effective screening procedure for the early signs of breast cancer.

For information, contact: Wendy Hunt at 315-492-3353.

Cazenovia High School Earns Top Ranking in Central New York

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Cazenovia High School has been named the top high school in the Syracuse area, according to rankings released by U.S. News on Tuesday. Twenty-five schools from upstate New York made the rankings, with Cazenovia coming in at number one.

The top schools have a high rate of students who scored above expectations academically, passed an array of college-level exams, and graduated in four years, according to the U.S. News website.

Top Ten Schools in the Syracuse, NY area (According to U.S. News)

#1 Cazenovia High School

#2 Fayetteville-Manlius

#3 Jamesville-Dewitt High School

#4 Skaneateles High School

#5 Fabius-Pompey High School

#6 Marcellus High School

#7 Hamilton Junior-Senior High School

#8 Chittenango High School

#9 Tully Junior-Senior High School

#10 Westhill Senior High School

Academic Decathlon Team Places 3rd at State Competition

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The 2022 Cazenovia High School Academic Decathlon Team: Olivia Morse (10), Bel Lazarsky (10), Elijah Gebers (11), Henry Brown (10).

A team of Cazenovia High School students placed 3rd at the New York State Academic Decathlon competition.

Sophomore Bel Lazarsky won six medals, and was a co-recipient of the Trevor Cook Spirit Award. Elijah Gebers and Olivia Morse also won individual medals.

Academic Decathlon is a scholastic competition in which students study a common theme, then test their knowledge in the areas of art, music, literature, math, economics, science, social science, speech, interview, and essay. Teams normally include 3 students with an A average, 3 students with a B average, and 3 students with a C average.

The Cazenovia team was competitive despite being undersized. Students looking for a fun academic challenge are encouraged to try out for next year’s competition – where the theme will be The American Revolution.

Cazenovia Musicians Attend All County Music Festival

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The Madison County Music Educators Association (MCMEA) held the Spring All County Festival this past weekend at Morrisville Eaton Middle/High School. The top music students in Madison county participated in over 7 hours of rehearsal in preparation for their Saturday afternoon concerts. Congratulations to the following students who represented Cazenovia at this Festival:

Elementary Band: Claire Henry, Charlie McGraw (Alt. Jacob Burch & Ollie Smith). For Jr High Chorus: Rebecca Brooks, Macie Decker, Sebastian Gebers, Maxwell Reger & Charlie Wilcox (Alt. Paige Reilly, Alayna Berson, Wyatt Smith). High School Orchestra: Meghan Mehlbaum, Clare Douglas, Rachel Molloy, Olivia Wong, Nat Gale, Nathan Schierer, Ethan Coburn, Alex Coburn, Jack Coburn, Iris Casey, Olivia Lints, Edith Rodriguez, Ben Decker, Claire Marris & Carter Cattadoris. High School Choir: Ilsa Denton, Quinlan Emhoff, Dylan Shepard, Meghan Kuhn, Maggie Rowles, Molly Wright, Jake DeCew & JP Hoak. Bravo!

Cazenovia Steps Up for Community Service, Raises Funds for Ukraine

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Cazenovia High School’s Project Café and Owahgena Chapter of the National Honor Society hosted an Irish heritage arts and crafts event at the Burton Street Elementary School as an addition to the monthlong celebration of St. Patrick’s Day; proceeds supporting relief efforts in Ukraine.

Student leaders Hannora Race, Sophie Clancy and Emma Steinberg were vital to planning the event, everything from a felt Irish flag craft to pipe cleaner clovers.

“We were talking about what was going on in Ukraine and what we could do to help in government class,” said Steinberg. “This seemed like a great way to help while celebrating St. Patrick’s Day.”

Cazenovia High School History Teacher and Project Café Advisor Kurt Wheeler said the event was also a great service to parents who might have daycare conflicts on the half day of school. He expressed how proud he was of the students’ work.

“They have as much impact on the community as any adult,” said Wheeler. “It’s a great leadership opportunity for the students.”

The event was free to all but donations from the event and the bake sale will go toward the Red Cross international relief efforts in Ukraine.

Project Café, standing for Community Activities for Everyone, is a non-profit organization promoting drug- and alcohol-free activities, community service and scholarship. Cazenovia students have created two different parks in the community through this organization in addition to helping to coordinate events like the Fourth of July parade and the Winter Festival. Service Mindset and Action is one of the many focus points of being a member of National Honor Society. Information on these student clubs is available at cazenoviacsd.com.

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