There will always be students who need schools like Sycamore, to stimulate, educate, and motivate our best and brightest. We are educating kids, teaching them to think, both critically and creatively, and teaching them to love learning. Today's students will be the leaders that will solve the problems of today and tomorrow. Sycamore is a prime example of institutional evolution and a story of response to a need. Our work will never be complete.
Sycamore Serves is a new SSA committee whose purpose is to help provide opportunities for our school community to offer their time and talents to help serve and make a difference in the community outside of Sycamore School. A visible, tangible, and easy-to-access way to get involved with Sycamore Serves is through the new whiteboard which has been installed in the Middle School hallway just outside the Bhatia Technology Lab. You are invited to answer the question, "How have you served?"
Sycamore alum Andrew Wu was part of the US team that won four gold medals at the International Chemistry Olympiad that was held July 19-29 in Slovakia and in the Czech Republic. Wu, who attends Park Tudor, was 12th in the gold medal category out of 300 high school students representing 76 countries. He said the team was unified in their goal of getting four gold medals this year. “We helped each other be the best we could.”
Andrew Wu, (Sycamore Class of ’15) a senior at Park Tudor High School, has been chosen as one of four students to earn a spot on the national team representing the United States at the 50th International Chemistry Olympiad in Bratislava, Slovakia, and Prague, Czech Republic, July 19-29.
If Sycamore School is to be closed due to extreme weather conditions, announcements to parents will be sent to home and cell phones via the school’s automated alert system.
Announcements will also be made on local TV and radio stations and their websites. Closings will also be posted on the Sycamore School social media (Facebook and Twitter) feeds. We will also post information on this page.