Remote Learning



The Syracuse City School District is committed to giving students a rigorous, welcoming, and personalized educational experience and aims to make curricular adjustments to do such in the remote learning environment. Please explore our Reopening Plan for more details! If you have any questions, please contact our Department of Teaching and Learning at (315) 435-5844. 
 
Grades PK - 5
Seesaw, Paper-and-Pencil, & WCNY TV Classroom
Instructional resources and filmed lessons will be posted to Seesaw for grades PK-5. Paper-and-pencil packets aligned to online instruction will be provided for students who prefer them to supplement online instruction.

In addition, SCSD will continue partnering with WCNY TV Classroom to provide consistent access to high-quality instructional programming to all elementary school students, regardless of internet access at home.  
Grades 6 - 8
Canvas and Paper-and-Pencil
Instructional resources and filmed lessons will be posted to Canvas for grades 6-8. Paper-and-pencil packets aligned to online instruction will be provided for students who prefer them to supplement online instruction.
Grades 9 -12
Canvas and Paper-and-Pencil
Instructional resources and filmed lessons will be posted to Canvas for grades 9-12. Paper-and-pencil packets aligned to online instruction will be provided for students who prefer them to supplement online instruction.

 
Need help getting started with Remote Learning?
Visit our Digital Tools & Resources page for tutorials, to book virtual assistance, and more. 


 

WCNY TV Classroom

For Grades PK-5

WCNY’s TV Classroom will offer curriculum on ELA, math, science, health and physical education, history, and social studies for grades Pre-K through 5. Your child’s school or teacher may recommend timeslots for viewing or you may tune in when internet access is not available. Stream live online or watch on TV (Global Connect Channel):

  • 24.3 with an Antenna

  • 1276 for Spectrum Digital

  • 467 for FiOS

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Additional Activities

Multilingual Learners
Special Education

Social Emotional Learning Tips