Nottingham High School

Coaching Boys into Men
2:07 pm
Wed August 20, 2014

Syracuse High School Athletes Can Learn Lessons on the Field About Domestic Violence

The football team at Nottingham High practices Wednesday. Their field could become the classroom for lessons about domestic violence.
Credit Chris Bolt/WAER News

Syracuse High School athletes are having talks about violence when they are not on the playing field.

The Syracuse School District is working with the local non-profit Vera House on “Coaching Boys into Men”.

It’s a violence prevention program that allows high school coaches to speak with male athletes about things like abusive language, the meaning of consent and accountability.

Nottingham high school football starting center Joseph Bell says he thinks the program will be a great opportunity.

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BULLYING
12:44 pm
Fri February 28, 2014

Nottingham HS Seniors Hope to Take "Bully Proof" Public Relations Campaign Nationally

An anti-bullying campaign created by Claire Breed and Deasia Hawkins.

Two Nottingham High School Seniors are waiting to see if their “Bully Proof” campaign to shield and stop others from bullying will advance from the State level to a national competition.

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Engineering Careers
7:15 am
Sat August 3, 2013

Robotics Camp Gives Syracuse Students a Chance at National Competition

Robotics competition at Nottingham High School
Credit Christian Bersani/WAER News

Middle and high school students in the Syracuse City School District are taking time during their summer break to learn what could be a high-tech job skill. Starting from scratch, students combined metal with gears, motors, chains, batteries and remote control signals to produce mobile contraptions during a two-week robotics camp.

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