Courtesy officers, teachers, middle school students and high school students put on a fabulous display of fun basketball in front of a great turnout from the SASIC community.
Coaches served as referees, as the high school players with the help of teachers proved their dominance over the courtesy officers and middle school players. It was an exciting, fast-paced game led by top-scorers, Johnathan Stewart, from Monticello H.S., and Brandon, a veteran courtesy officer.
A dazzling performance by the cheerleaders gave us a glimpse of how things will look for upcoming games at our SASIC gym. Big thanks to Nurse Lauren for organizing the game.
There’s no practice this Friday for SASIC Prep Middle School teams, as we prepare the gym for a basketball exhibition.
SASIC Courtesy Officers are ready to showcase their basketball talent in a special event this Friday at 5pm to raise money for SASIC Athletics and cheerleading. They are in action versus our high school basketball players. It will be a lot of fun and everyone is invited. See you there.
Elementary students, from Kindergarten to fourth grade, enjoyed a variety of games and trying new things on Friday’s Field Day. There were opportunities to play tag, limbo and ring toss among the many stations. Teachers and parent volunteers assisted Coach Machail in organizing the Field Day activities.
Last week, SASIC Career Path H.S. Varsity Volleyball team helped engage fellow students in a Spirit Week. At the end of lunchtime, each day, volleyball players led the way by participating in jump rope, hula hooping, hopscotch and a dance-off.
Additionally, announcements were made to recognize each of the volleyball players’ commitments to a successful season. Separate announcements were made seeking basketball players for the upcoming basketball season.
Last Saturday, coaches and parents pitched in to volunteer during a parking lot sale. The donations for the sale from teachers, administrators and parents of SASIC created a wide variety of items on display for the public to purchase.
Coach Cannon led the preparation charge at 7am with his SASIC Prep sons, Jeremiah and Nathaniel. Soon after, PE/Coach Garcia manned the bar-b-que to help sell dozens of Kiolbassa sausage plates.
As parents assisted, patrons came from all corners to buy items or plates. It was a great success. The money raised will support an Athletics banquet at the end of the year.
As quarterback of the flag football team, 8th grader, Max Moreno, carries a lot of responsibility. He has to make sure he distributes the ball to as many guys as he can and he has to know when to run the ball. So far, so good. Max is doing his best, just as he does with academics.
Max likes to participate in p.e., practice Spanish and improve his reading and writing in ELA. In his free time, he likes to watch Boondocks.
SASIC Prep won its first game over IDEA: Mays, 28-7. SASIC got things going early, taking a two touchdown lead and then pressed its defense hard on IDEA for the whole game.
SASIC was led by multiple great plays from a variety of players. The entire team came together to boost each other up from the beginning to the end of the game. Eli Vidales had two interceptions with long returns, Ricky Martinez made an awesome two-point conversion and Isaiah Castillo had a couple of excellent runs. Nathaniel Hamilton and Max Moreno were their reliable selves, ensuring many fun runs and catches.
Backed by the leadership of Nurse Wallace, SASIC Prep M.S. cheer squad got a big boost from a bake sale last Friday. Students from the cheer squad worked hard together to make an appetizing display for customers.
With the funds raised, cheer squad will stay focused on its goal of getting uniforms and pompons.