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Do You Have Back to School Questions? #SCSDCares Do You Have Back to School Questions? #SCSDCares: (8/13/18) WE ARE EXCITED TO WELCOME OUR STUDENTS & STAFF BACK TO SCHOOL FOR THE 2018 - 19 SCHOOL YEAR! As with any new beginning, a new school year comes with questions and unknowns. To serve as a resource for families, several Syracuse City School District departments ...
Indoor Walking Trails Help SCSD Students’ Fitness Indoor Walking Trails Help SCSD Students’ Fitness: (7/24/18) “This is so peaceful,” HW Smith third grader Ja’zeir Brown said as he walked with his enrichment class along the school’s indoor walking trail. “When we’re on the trail, we go past classrooms so we have to be quiet.”   Thanks to a Creating Healthy ...
Teach Syracuse Program Helps Groom Next Generation of Educators Teach Syracuse Program Helps Groom Next Generation of Educators: (6/4/18) At Lincoln Middle School one morning before school, a group of students is making vision boards to show what they want for their future. Their boards include words and images. Mindfulness. Brave. Be proud. Work hard. Don’t be negative. Listen. Help others.   “We’re thinking ...
KiloWatch Program Helps SCSD Students Learn About Energy Savings KiloWatch Program Helps SCSD Students Learn About Energy Savings: (4/30/18) This year, students at Ed Smith, ELMS, Frazer, HW Smith, McKinley-Brighton and Roberts have had the opportunity to help their teachers, classmates and custodians save energy and money in their respective buildings, thanks to the KiloWatch program.   “To me, KiloWatch is a chance to do ...
SCSD Students Attend NSBE National Convention SCSD Students Attend NSBE National Convention: (4/5/18) Students from Clary, Corcoran, Ed Smith, ELMS, Grant, Henninger, Huntington, HW Smith, ITC, Nottingham, PSLA and Roberts recently attended the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) National Convention in Pittsburgh, PA. There, they had the opportunity to compete in hands-on engineering and science ...
You're Invited; Kindergarten Information Sessions You're Invited; Kindergarten Information Sessions: (1/22/18) The Syracuse City School District is pleased to host a series of Kindergarten Information Sessions! If you are a city resident with a child who will be five years old by 12/1/18 (born between 12/2/12 and 12/1/13), you are invited to attend. Information Sessions are an opportunity to meet the principal ...
HW Students Learn to Quilt for ‘School Block Challenge’ HW Students Learn to Quilt for ‘School Block Challenge’: (12/28/17) “Ooh, that looks so pretty!”   HW Smith students gather around a sewing machine as their classmate stitches two pieces of fabric together.   The four girls are each creating their own 16x16 inch square quilt block to enter into the 25 th annual School Block Challenge, ...
HW Smith Students Represent Syracuse City Schools at National Event HW Smith Students Represent Syracuse City Schools at National Event: (10/30/17) Students and educators from HW Smith Pre-K-8 School were among an elite group selected to present to more than 2,000 attendees at the national Project Lead The Way (PLTW) conference – PLTW Summit 2017 – in Orlando this month. They were one of just 18 groups from across the United States ...
SCSD Students Become Avid Readers Thanks to Mayor’s Summer Reading Challenge SCSD Students Become Avid Readers Thanks to Mayor’s Summer Reading Challenge: (8/9/17) As part of the Mayor’s Summer Reading Challenge, SCSD students were tasked with reading as much as they could this summer. Their minutes spent reading were tallied, and Mayor Miner visited classrooms with the most minutes read at each school building to present students with a bookmark, sunglasses ...
HW Smith Girl Up Program Empowers Girls to Be Their Own Advocates HW Smith Girl Up Program Empowers Girls to Be Their Own Advocates: (6/8/17) A new program in partnership with the United Nations Foundation is empowering girls at HW Smith to become advocates for themselves and others. “Girl Up,” the first of its kind in the SCSD, brings eighth grade girls together to talk about issues impacting them and their future.   ...
SU Students Help Develop Young Leaders through Empathy Matters Program SU Students Help Develop Young Leaders through Empathy Matters Program: (4/13/17) Second graders at HW Smith are learning how to recognize emotions, display empathy, create support networks and work through stressful situations, thanks to SU mentors and a semester-long program called ‘Empathy Matters.’   Once a week, SU student volunteers visit with select HW ...
#SCSDGivesThanks for Our Vice Principals #SCSDGivesThanks for Our Vice Principals: (4/11/17) In celebration of National Assistant Principal Week (April 10-14, 2017), principals and secretaries nominated vice principals that they think are exceptional to be recognized!   Frazer   Frazer Principal Wil Mecum wanted to celebrate his vice principals this week in celebration ...
Third Annual SCSD CTE Expo Highlights Unique High School Program Offerings Third Annual SCSD CTE Expo Highlights Unique High School Program Offerings: (2/2/17) Eighth graders throughout the SCSD had the opportunity to see firsthand all 24 Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs that will be open to them as high school students, thanks to the third annual SCSD CTE Expo.   Hosted by current CTE students, the Expo allowed eighth graders to experience ...
Literacy Corps Helps SCSD Students Improve Reading, Writing Skills Literacy Corps Helps SCSD Students Improve Reading, Writing Skills: (1/5/17) “Don’t be shy… just sound it out!”   Elizabeth Salter is a freshman English major at Syracuse University. Three days a week, she works at Franklin Elementary to help third and fourth grade students develop their reading and writing skills.   At Franklin, Elizabeth ...
SCSD Students Learn Strategy through Chess Clubs SCSD Students Learn Strategy through Chess Clubs: (8/11/16) For many students, the end of the school day means a chance to let loose—to be loud, to get outside and to run around. But at Ed Smith, HW Smith, ITC and Nottingham, students from kindergarten through high school spend the first of their after school hours sitting quietly in classrooms or libraries, ...
Students Gain Perspective through Interfaith Works Dialogue Exchange Program Students Gain Perspective through Interfaith Works Dialogue Exchange Program: (6/15/16) Students at SCSD high schools spend five days each school year sharing ideas and engaging in discussions with students from suburban schools, thanks to the Interfaith Works of CNY Dialogue Exchange program.   Each school selects 5 student facilitators and 15 students to take part in the Dialogue ...
SCSD Students Benefit from College Mentor Visits SCSD Students Benefit from College Mentor Visits: (5/17/16) Across the SCSD, students in elementary and middle school are benefitting from visits with college students. At HW Smith, Ed Smith and Grant, about 40 Syracuse University students rotate through seventh and eighth grade classrooms, talking with students about peer pressure, drugs, alcohol and making ...
SRC, Inc. Donates $11,000 in Equipment to SCSD Schools SRC, Inc. Donates $11,000 in Equipment to SCSD Schools: (4/6/16) Students at HW Smith, Ed Smith, Westside Academy at Blodgett and the Hillside Work-Scholarship Connection now have many new science projects to execute, thanks to more than $11,000 in equipment donations from SRC, Inc.   In support of the Engineering Ambassadors Program at Syracuse University, ...
SCSD Vex Robotics Teams Heading to World Championships SCSD Vex Robotics Teams Heading to World Championships: (3/9/16) Students from Danforth, Grant, HW Smith, Corcoran and Nottingham took part in the State Vex Robotics Competition at SRC Arena, where they showed off their STEM skills and competed against robotics teams from across the state. Corcoran team “Cougar Robotics” (students Kelsey Lent-Moore, ...



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Bellevue Elementary School
Clary Middle School
CORE K-8 @ Elmwood
Corcoran High School
Danforth Magnet School
Delaware Academy School
Delaware Primary
Dr King Elementary School
Dr Weeks Elementary School
Ed Smith
Elmcrest
Expeditionary Learning School
Franklin Elementary School
Frazer K-8 School
Grant Middle School
Henninger High School
Huntington K-8 School
HW Smith K-8 School
ITC
Johnson Center / Adult Education
LeMoyne Elementary School
Lincoln Middle School
McCarthy at Beard
McKinley-Brighton Elementary School
Meachem Elementary School
Montessori at Lemoyne
Nottingham High School
Porter Elementary School
Professional Development
PSLA @ Fowler
Roberts preK-8 School
Salem Hyde Elementary School
Seymour Dual Language Academy
Superintendent
Syracuse Latin
Van Duyn Elementary School
Webster
Westside Academy at Blodgett
Academics
Athletics
Community Service
Extra-Curricular
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High Schools
Corcoran
Henninger
Institute of Technology at Central
Nottingham
PSLA @ Fowler

Alternative Education Programs
CORE K-8 @ Elmwood
Elmcrest
Johnson Center/Adult Education
McCarthy @ Beard

Middle & K-8 Schools
Clary Middle School
Danforth Middle School
Ed Smith Pre-K-8 School
Expeditionary Learning Middle School
Frazer Pre-K-8 School
Grant Middle School
Huntington Pre-K-8 School
HW Smith Pre-K-8 School
Lincoln Middle School
Roberts Pre-K-8 School
Westside Academy at Blodgett

Elementary Schools
Bellevue Elementary School
Delaware Elementary School
Delaware Primary
Dr. King Elementary School
Dr. Weeks Elementary School
Franklin Elementary School
LeMoyne Elementary School
McKinley-Brighton Elementary School
Meachem Elementary School
Montessori at Lemoyne
Porter Elementary School
Salem Hyde Elementary School
Seymour Dual Language Academy
Syracuse Latin
Van Duyn Elementary School
Webster Elementary School

Syracuse City School District
Jaime Alicea, Superintendent

725 Harrison Street
Syracuse, NY 13210

Phone: 315.435.4499
NOTICE OF NON-DISCRIMINATION
The Syracuse City School District hereby advises students, parents, employees and the general public that it is committed to providing equal access to all categories of employment, programs and educational opportunities, including career and technical education opportunities, regardless of actual or perceived race, color, national origin, Native American ancestry/ethnicity, creed or religion, marital status, sex, sexual orientation, age, gender identity or expression, disability or any other legally protected category under federal, state or local law.