Upward Bound
With its win over Notre Dame Wednesday, our Mock Trial team moved to 2-1 on its season and qualified for the quarterfinals Monday against Batavia. Attica’s team includes Jacob Amey,  Erika Conrad, Ashely Piorun, Anya Clark, Rebecca Harris, Ahlam Sayad, Munir Sayad, Alan Driesel and Kara Hassenfratz.
Members of Attica’s agricultural issues team from left Larissa Hyman, Ellie Gominiak, Ruby Baratta, Logan Lyons, Juliana Keicher, Olivia Bernacki and Brooke Luck took fourth at at the District 9 Leadership Development Event last month and qualified for FFA’s sub-states competition March 19.
Robert Sotir, field organizer from the Bricklayers and Allied Craftworkers Local No. 3 New York, talks to Attica students during the district’s March 3 job fair.
Members of Attica’s National Junior Society chapter pose for a photo in front of the Seabees Memorial near the entrance to Arlington National Cemetery during a service trip in December.
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  Mrs. Erin Holt put photographs of four people up on her Smartboard Thursday morning and challenged her middle school ELA students to identify who were the Nazis and who were the Jews. The exercise served as an object lesson in the difficulty of identifying evil.
Seeing the toll the pandemic was taking on her classmates, an Attica senior decided to write 98 personalized letters filled with words of encouragement and happy memories for each and every member of the class of 2022. Each letter included the introduction shown above.
Junior Mia Ficarella, left, and Sophomore Cole Harding, right, were named Physical Education Students of the Month for December.
The district has purchased new treadmills, ellipticals, AMT (adaptive motion trainer) machines and even a stair-stepper for its fitness center since it was last open to the public in March 2020. The cardio area, pictured above, was also given a fresh coat of paint and has been jazzed up with new motivational signage on the walls.
Students in Mrs. Amanda Datzler’s sixth grade class pet Godiva, an eight-month-old dairy goat Attica alumni Alyssa Wright brought in from her family’s Falling-Leaves Farm in Varysburg Tuesday to educate students about the ins and outs of goat care and her family business.
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Fifth graders in the Attica Middle Schools graduated from the district’s new DARE program Tuesday after 10 weeks of instruction from Wyoming County Sheriff’s Deputy Sam West.
Attica alumni talked to current Attica students about the good, bad and ugly of college life Tuesday during the district’s fourth annual College Survival Seminar. Alumni talked to students about some of  the challenges that can come with picking classes, making new friends, balancing schoolwork and living with roommates.
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Wyoming County Sheriff’s deputies Nick Wright, left, and Sam West, who also serves as the school resource officer at Attica Central School District, lead a meeting of the Wyoming County Sheriff’s Office’s Explorer Post at the end of November.
Students at Attica Elementary School shopped for affordable Christmas gifts for members of their family Tuesday at Santa’s Workshop, an annual event sponsored by the Attica Elementary Parent Teacher Group. Items were capped at a maximum price of $5.
Attica Middle School FFA members Will King, Lauryn Wescott, Olivia Koch, Beau Hyman and Dylan Mirrione and their advisor, Susie Baker, volunteered at the Community Action for Wyoming County’s Cornerstone Building in Perry Monday where they helped organize items donated for the non-profit’s annual Christmas giveaway program for families in need.