Superintendent Jaime Alicea

Superintendent Jaime Alicea has dedicated his career to the Syracuse City School District, having worked his way up from a teaching assistant to Chief Operations Officer over the course of his 33-year career before being named Interim Superintendent.
Mr. Alicea got his start in the SCSD as a teaching assistant at Seymour Elementary in 1983, soon becoming a teacher and going on to act as an Administrative Intern at Fowler High School. He has also acted as Vice Principal at Dr. King School and Principal at Seymour Elementary and Fowler High School.

Learn more about Superintendent Alicea here.
School News
Superintendent's Message 9/13/19 Superintendent's Message 9/13/19: This week, we remembered the events of September 11, 2001. I am proud of the ways our students and staff honored the memory of those who were lost that day and how our staff taught students about the historical significance of the day . It was even more poignant this week to think about the importance of our CTE programs, and the students like those at PSLA at Fowler who are training to become first responders. This week and always, we give thanks to the heroes near and far who work to keep us ... more >>
Superintendent's Message 9/6/19 Superintendent's Message 9/6/19: Welcome back! It was a short but busy week in the SCSD. Thank you all for your patience and support as we kicked off the 2019-20 school year. I appreciate the hard work of all of you in preparing for the opening of schools – I would like to extend a special word of thanks to our facilities staff including our trades workers and custodians as well as our IT employees, who went above and beyond to ensure that our buildings were all ready to open on time this week.   I had the opportunity ... more >>

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Supports for Students Presentation 5/24/18