Nottingham High School
 

David Maynard
Principal

 

Administration:

Kenneth Baxter
Vice Principal

Lynanne De Tore
Vice Principal

Alton Hicks
Supervisor of Athletics

Greg Jones
Dean of Students

Michele Zappala
Administrative Intern

DASA Coordinators:

Greg Jones
Shavonna Fitzgerald

Contact Information:

Main Office: (315) 435-4380
Attendance Office: (315) 435-4383
Guidance Office: (315) 435-4391
Nurses Office: (315) 435-4139

 

School Address:

3100 E. Genesee St.
Syracuse, NY 13224


School Hours:

7:50 AM-2:26 PM

 

The mission of William Nottingham High School is to create college and career ready students who will become productive members of our society.

Welcome to the Nottingham High School web site. Nottingham has a number of unique programs, academic, athletic, social and civic, that are an integral part of the school. All of these opportunities give you an opportunity to set the stage for community involvement for the rest of your life. I encourage you to use this website to find out more about the school, keep informed about upcoming events, and immerse yourself in the “Bulldog Culture.”

Sincerely,
David P. Maynard, Principal

 

Parents and students can access the Home Access Center to look at student schedules as they stand now from the Nottingham FACES website at www.nottinghamptso.org.

  • Scroll down to the LINKS menu on the right side of the home page, and look for Home Access Center.
  • You can also get to the Home Access Center from the school district’s website at www.scsd.us
 
School News
SCSD Students Attend NSBE National Convention SCSD Students Attend NSBE National Convention: 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 activities, hear speakers and take part in workshops to help expose them to the possibilities of a career in engineering.   Many were recognized with honors, as our students won in six ... more >>
Board of Education to Host Community Engagement Forum (4/9) Board of Education to Host Community Engagement Forum (4/9): The Board of Education of the Syracuse City School District will hold a Community Engagement Forum on Monday, April 9, 2018 from 5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. at Corcoran High School, 919 Glenwood Avenue, Syracuse, NY 13207 . The public is invited to attend.   There will be a brief presentation, followed by an open question and comment period.  The Board particularly invites comments and questions regarding School Climate, Culture, and Safety.   Documents which will be the ... more >>
SCSD to Host School Safety Forum March 27th SCSD to Host School Safety Forum March 27th: The Syracuse City School District and Syracuse Police Department invite you to join a forum on the topic of safety and security in all of our schools. The forum will be facilitated by District staff and Syracuse Police. We hope you will join us for a discussion on this important topic. The forum will be held on Tuesday, March 27th from 6 - 7:30 pm at Henninger High School (600 Robinson Street). All SCSD families are invited to attend. more >>
Nottingham ENL Advisory Club Gives Students a Voice Nottingham ENL Advisory Club Gives Students a Voice: “What programming do you want to see here?” Principal Maynard asked. “We would need to talk to all ENL students,” one student responded. “We couldn’t just decide on our own.”   “That’s good leadership,” Mr. Maynard responded. “So go ahead and talk to them, and then let me know.”   Each month, English as a New Language (ENL) students in the school’s ENL Advisory Club gather in a classroom to discuss ... more >>
SCSD Food Committee Seeks Student Input & Action SCSD Food Committee Seeks Student Input & Action: Henninger junior Nolan Spears noticed that some of his classmates were skipping lunch at school. Some would roam the halls, causing disruptions, while others would leave school to go to a corner store or fast-food restaurant to purchase a meal.   “I saw this as incredibly dangerous, both for them and the school,” Nolan explained. “When the opportunity came up to join the Food Committee, I jumped at it. I saw it as a way that I could help those people stay in school and ... more >>


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