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Nottingham Key Club Helps Diversify Van Duyn Classroom Library Nottingham Key Club Helps Diversify Van Duyn Classroom Library: (2/25/21) The COVID-19 pandemic has made it hard for students in the Nottingham Key Club to fulfill their mission: finding meaningful community service projects that they can organize.   The club partnered with the Building Men Program in the fall to donate to Golisano Children’s Hospital. They ...
JV & Varsity Winter Sports to Begin February 1st JV & Varsity Winter Sports to Begin February 1st: (2/1/21) Junior varsity and varsity Winter athletics for boys and girls basketball, boys ice hockey and cheerleading will begin on Monday, February 1 st .   All student athletes must register on FamilyID . Any student athlete who participated last year and has a physical on file will not need ...
Classes of 2022 and 2023: Register for BigFuture Days College Fairs Classes of 2022 and 2023: Register for BigFuture Days College Fairs: (1/20/21) The College Board is hosting four virtual college fairs that are designed for you to have real conversations with hundreds of colleges, admission reps, and current college students without leaving home.  You can sign up to attend any event and more than one to explore colleges in each ...
Join Us For a Participatory Budget Virtual Community Meeting! Join Us For a Participatory Budget Virtual Community Meeting!: (1/19/21) 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 ...
Syracuse City School District Graduation Rate Reaches Historic High Syracuse City School District Graduation Rate Reaches Historic High: (1/14/21) The Syracuse City School District graduation rate has reached a historic high, according to data released this week by the New York State Department of Education. The 2016 cohort – students who began high school in 2016 – completed high school with a four-year graduation rate of 70.7 ...
Nottingham Students Enjoy Classic Films in ‘Film Society’ Nottingham Students Enjoy Classic Films in ‘Film Society’: (11/17/20) The 1945 classic ‘And Then There Were None.’ Alfred Hitchcock’s 1954 thriller ‘Rear Window.’ Gidget. Gigi. My Fair Lady. Gone With the Wind. To Sir With Love. The list goes on.   In the Nottingham Film Society, students join together each Friday to watch a classic ...
SCSD Students, Staff Take Part in Mock Election SCSD Students, Staff Take Part in Mock Election: (11/6/20) As America headed to the polls to vote in the 2020 Presidential election, SCSD students and staff showed their civic readiness by taking part in the District’s annual mock election.   “Mock elections are a wonderful opportunity to prepare students for civic readiness,” Nottingham ...
NYSED Cancels All January 2021 Regents Exams NYSED Cancels All January 2021 Regents Exams: (11/5/20) The New York State Education Department has announced the cancellation of all January 2021 NYS High School Regents Exams, in response to the ongoing impact of the COVID–19 pandemic. This cancellation applies to all Regents Examinations that had been scheduled for the January 2021 Regents Examination ...
SCSD Provides FREE FAFSA Assistance SCSD Provides FREE FAFSA Assistance: (11/4/20) The Syracuse City School District has partnered with two state agencies to provide our families with free online professional assistance completing the 2021-2022 college financial aid forms. Financial aid administrators from local colleges will be available online to help you and your college bound ...
SCSD Teachers Create Engaging Lessons through Virtual Instruction SCSD Teachers Create Engaging Lessons through Virtual Instruction: (7/6/21) At McKinley-Brighton, students may be learning virtually, but third grade teacher Melanie Amodio made it a priority to help students feel as if they were right there with her in the classroom.   “During our collaborative Teams meetings, we have created an environment that is welcoming ...
Building Men Program Overview & Sign Up Information Building Men Program Overview & Sign Up Information: (10/15/20) September 2020 Dear Parents/Guardians,   We hope this letter comes to you in good health and spirits.  This current pandemic has taught us all the power of flexibility and patience.  With that in mind, we are excited to offer our Fall 2020 Virtual Building Men Mentoring Program ...
SCSD High School Students Enjoy Impressive Summer Internships SCSD High School Students Enjoy Impressive Summer Internships: (9/15/20) High school students across the Syracuse City School District enjoyed some unique summer internships and programs, exposing them to opportunities in STEM, leadership, architecture, community volunteering, healthcare and more.     Nottingham senior Nghi Thai participated in the Kode ...
NYSED Guidance Regarding June 2020 Regents Exams NYSED Guidance Regarding June 2020 Regents Exams: (4/7/20) The New York State Board of Regents and the State Education Department announced this week the cancellation of June 2020 Regents exams.    According to the New York State Department of Education , all students currently enrolled in grades 7-12 who were intending to participate in a Regents ...
High School Students Learn About Indigenous Peoples with Skä~ñohn Center High School Students Learn About Indigenous Peoples with Skä~ñohn Center: (2/24/20) Juniors at ITC, Nottingham and PSLA at Fowler recently had the opportunity to learn in-depth about Indigenous Peoples, thanks to a partnership with the Skä~ñohn Center.   In the fall, students visited the  Skä~nohn Center on a field trip, where they learned about the ...
Nottingham Student Makes School Improvement His Eagle Scout Project Nottingham Student Makes School Improvement His Eagle Scout Project: (2/6/20) Nottingham senior Lucian de Nevers was brainstorming what he could do for his Eagle Scout project. The project is an opportunity to display leadership and provide a service to the community.   “I realized that Nottingham is my biggest community,” Lucian explained. “I spend ...
SCSD Athletes Attend Inaugural Manny Breland SCSD Empowerment Conference SCSD Athletes Attend Inaugural Manny Breland SCSD Empowerment Conference: (1/13/20) Student athletes from Corcoran, Henninger, ITC, Nottingham and PSLA at Fowler recently came together for the Inaugural Manny Breland Empowerment Conference. Held in advance of the third annual SCSD Showcase Basketball Invitational, the event was intended to help empower current student athletes by ...
Career Coaches Provide Real-World Advice for P-TECH Students Career Coaches Provide Real-World Advice for P-TECH Students: (1/6/20) Through the Pathways in Technology Early College High School (P-TECH) program, SCSD students can earn a high school diploma, an Associate’s degree at no cost within 5 or 6 years, and gain valuable workplace learning experience.   Thanks to a growing Career Coaches model, students in ...
Two SCSD Students Named QuestBridge Scholars Two SCSD Students Named QuestBridge Scholars: (12/16/19) Corcoran student Bhadra Mishra and Nottingham student Ahmed Almohamed have both been marched as QuestBridge scholars, receiving full-ride college scholarships! In 2019, out of 14,926 applications, 5,842 students were selected as National College Match Finalists. Finalists must exhibit high academic ...
High School Students Build Dialogue Facilitation Skills in Seeds of Peace Training High School Students Build Dialogue Facilitation Skills in Seeds of Peace Training: (12/3/19) Syracuse Seeds of Peace are high school students who work to develop relationships between members of their school communities. Twenty-one Syracuse Seeds representing all five SCSD high schools spent a recent Saturday engaged in dialogue facilitator training with visiting Seeds of Peace U.S. Program ...
Nottingham Students Take the Lead with Student-Led Conferences Nottingham Students Take the Lead with Student-Led Conferences: (11/22/19) For the second year in a row, Nottingham students took the lead – serving as moderators of what have traditionally been called parent-teacher conferences.   Families were presented with a two-hour window, during which they could stop by the school to engage with their child, and the ...



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