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Student and Family Supports are Available!
The SCSD has many academic, social, emotional and mental health supports available to students. School social workers can help connect you and your child to in school and/or out of school supports that meet your needs. Please call us at (315) 435-4520 and ask to speak with a Social Worker for more information and assistance.
SCSD to Resume Additional In-Person Learning Beginning April 12th:
On March 22, 2021, Superintendent Alicea presented a plan to the Board of Education that allows for students to return to school for more days of in-person learning. Both Onondaga County and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) have provided guidance that decreases the recommended space between students from six feet to three feet. This change allows us the space to bring more students safely into each classroom.
Thanks to the great number of responses to our return-to-school ...
SCSD to Offer Spring Recess Meal Pickup on March 31st:
The SCSD Food & Nutrition Services Department will be offering a meal distribution over Spring Recess. Students may stop by any of the following sites on Wednesday, March 31 st from 9:30 am – 1 pm .
Nottingham (this site will be serving from 8:00 am – 1:15 pm)
Peoples AME Zion
PSLA at Fowler (this ...
Join Us For a Participatory Budget Virtual Community Meeting!:
The Syracuse City School District has awarded $5,000 for several school communities to spend through Participatory Budgeting (PB).
Please join us to learn what PB is and share your project ideas. Students and their families will vote to decide the winning project!
See below for dates, times and registration links.
Clary Middle School
Librarians Provide Tech Assistance & Guidance to SCSD Families:
Remote and hybrid learning has brought about challenges for students, staff and families alike… but SCSD librarians are finding ways to help address and overcome those challenges.
“Kids and families were providing feedback that the hardest part of learning from home is the lack of support for both technical and instructional problems they run into,” SCSD Supervisor of Libraries Manami Tezuka explained. “The librarians are uniquely positioned to support this. We ...