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SCSD to Offer FREE Lunch Over Midwinter Recess SCSD to Offer FREE Lunch Over Midwinter Recess: (2/13/19) The Syracuse City School District will provide free meals to children 18 years and younger during the upcoming February Midwinter Recess. All children aged 18 and younger are eligible to receive a daily meal beginning Tuesday, February 19th. Meals will be served Tuesday through Friday (2/19-2/22) ...
Corcoran Students Meet with Mayor Walsh, Learn About Importance of Active Citizenship Corcoran Students Meet with Mayor Walsh, Learn About Importance of Active Citizenship: (2/11/19) “We need more safe places for teens to hang out,” one Corcoran student suggested. “We need more age-appropriate programs that we can take part in,” another added. “And not just during the summer, but all year long.”   Corcoran seniors enrolled in ...
February Board of Education Business Meeting Scheduled for 2/13 February Board of Education Business Meeting Scheduled for 2/13: (2/6/19) The Board of Education of the Syracuse City School District will hold its regular scheduled business meeting on Wednesday, February 13, 2019 at 4:00 p.m . at the Syracuse City School District Board Room, 725 Harrison Street, Syracuse, New York.    Please note: While the meeting will ...
Online Sports Registration is Now Available! Online Sports Registration is Now Available!: (2/8/19) The Syracuse City School District Athletics Department is excited to announce that we are now offering the convenience of online registration for all sports teams through FamilyID (familyID.com).  FamilyID is a secure registration platform that provides you with an easy, user-friendly way to register ...
SCSD Schools Trained in Standard Response Protocol SCSD Schools Trained in Standard Response Protocol: (2/4/19) In the event of an emergency, SCSD students and staff are being trained in Standard Response Protocol (SRP), thanks to the SCSD Department of Public Safety and SUNY Oswego.   All SCSD students and staff will engage in these trainings through March. The trainings, funded in part by Department ...
SCSD Receivership Public Hearings Announced SCSD Receivership Public Hearings Announced: (1/31/19) School Receivership Information Sessions have been announced. Attending these meetings will help you better understand how receivership will impact the operation of your child's school and will allow you to ask any questions you may have.    School Date/Time ...
Lincoln Students Learn Computer Science in New ‘App Creators’ Class Lincoln Students Learn Computer Science in New ‘App Creators’ Class: (1/28/19) Last winter, Lincoln Middle School received a Project Lead the Way grant, made possible by Verizon. The grant provided $20,000 for the creation of a new course called App Creators – including equipment, training and course development.   Now in its first year at Lincoln, the semester-long ...
Partnership with 4-H Program Teaches Middle School Students Healthy Living Partnership with 4-H Program Teaches Middle School Students Healthy Living: (1/24/19) One day a week, students in the after school program at Clary, Danforth and Roberts enjoy lessons from the 4H Program from Cornell Cooperative Extension of Onondaga County, as part of Syracuse University's Liberty Partnership Program. Through this programming, students are engaged in hands-on life ...
McKinley-Brighton Sisterhood Program Creates Sense of Community McKinley-Brighton Sisterhood Program Creates Sense of Community: (1/15/19) Each Friday, a group of 35 fourth and fifth grade girls gathers in the McKinley-Brighton library. They open their journals and write about the ups and downs of their week. Then, they discuss their entries as a group.   As part of the Sisterhood Program, the students also partner with members ...
PSLA Partnership with Upstate Paramedics Helps Students Become Career Ready PSLA Partnership with Upstate Paramedics Helps Students Become Career Ready: (1/15/19) PSLA at Fowler students in the Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) program have a new door open to them, thanks to a new partnership this year with the Upstate Paramedic program.   EMT students are now able to take the NYS EMT-Basic certification class during school hours, in addition to earning ...
Board of Education Business Meeting Scheduled for January 9 Board of Education Business Meeting Scheduled for January 9: (1/2/19) The Board of Education of the Syracuse City School District will hold its regular scheduled business meeting on Wednesday, January 9, 2019 at 4:00 p.m . at the Syracuse City School District Board Room, 725 Harrison Street, Syracuse, New York.    Please note: While the meeting will ...
P-TECH Profile: Pathway to a Degree P-TECH Profile: Pathway to a Degree: (1/2/19) This story was provided courtesy of Roger Mirabito, Communications Coordinator at Onondaga Community College. Imari Gary, Mike Lloyd and Quintin Shanes share similar stories. All three were introduced to their career paths by the P-Tech program. P-Tech stands for Pathways in Technology Early ...
P-TECH Profile: William DeJesus P-TECH Profile: William DeJesus: (1/2/19) This story was provided courtesy of Roger Mirabito, Communications Coordinator at Onondaga Community College The Syracuse City School District and Onondaga Community College’s P-TECH program has worked out better than William DeJesus could have imagined. He’s found his passion and ...
P-TECH Programs Give Students a Head Start in College, Career Readiness P-TECH Programs Give Students a Head Start in College, Career Readiness: (1/2/19) What is P-TECH? Pathways in Technology Early College High School (P-TECH) is a program that creates individual pathways for students to simultaneously obtain their high school diploma, earn an Associate’s degree and obtain workplace learning experience. The program is designed to motivate ...
Clary Students Learn Coding at Destiny USA Apple Store Clary Students Learn Coding at Destiny USA Apple Store: (12/21/18) “I have a question,” Clary sixth grader Khaiam Cosby said to an Apple Store employee as he played with a drawing app on an iPad. “Can I take this home?”   Sixth grade students had the opportunity to visit the Apple Store at Destiny USA one morning – before it ...
Soccer for Success Brings Intramural Athletics to Elementary Students Soccer for Success Brings Intramural Athletics to Elementary Students: (12/18/18) “Where are you going to be scoring?” Franklin Physical Education teacher Amanda Ferriter asked a group of students lined up in the school’s gym.   “Over there!” they shouted in unison, pointing to a taped off space on the opposite side of the room.   Three ...
Manufacturing Training Program Helps Adult Education Students Develop Marketable Skills Manufacturing Training Program Helps Adult Education Students Develop Marketable Skills: (12/14/18) Fernando Bello Echerarria grew up in Cuba. There, he taught IT and computer programming through a government program, but had bigger dreams to build his own technology operation. “In Cuba, I was the guy who wanted to know what was inside things,” Fernando explained. “I always ...
McKinley-Brighton Students Enjoy #SCSDArts Workshop with Illustrator McKinley-Brighton Students Enjoy #SCSDArts Workshop with Illustrator: (12/10/18) “I messed up,” a student sighed as she looked up from her new sketchbook.   “You did not mess up! There is no messing up here,” illustrator London Ladd insisted.   Thanks to a visit arranged by Onondaga Community College, a small group of McKinley-Brighton ...
SCSD Students Declare Schools ‘No Bully Zones’ SCSD Students Declare Schools ‘No Bully Zones’: (12/6/18) "I promise to be a person who doesn’t bully others. I promise to be a brave bystander. I promise to treat others with respect and kindness. I promise to go to an adult if I or someone else is being bullied."   Students at Van Duyn, Franklin, Bellevue, HW Smith and other ...
Board of Education to Host Business Meeting on December 12 Board of Education to Host Business Meeting on December 12: (12/5/18) The Board of Education of the Syracuse City School District will hold its regular scheduled business meeting on Wednesday, December 12, 2018 at 4:00 p.m . at the Syracuse City School District Board Room, 725 Harrison Street, Syracuse, New York.    Please note: While the meeting will ...



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