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.
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Notice to Families Regarding Coronavirus Notice to Families Regarding Coronavirus: A new coronavirus called 2019 Novel (new) Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) was first found in Wuhan, Hubei Province, China. This virus had not been found in humans before. This coronavirus can lead to fever, cough and trouble breathing or shortness of breath. There are thousands of diagnosed cases in China and new cases being diagnosed in a number of countries including the United States. What do we know? Since this virus is very new, health authorities continue to carefully watch how this ... more >>
Superintendent's Weekly Message Superintendent's Weekly Message: This week was National School Counseling Week – a time to recognize school counselors for the significant contributions they make to our students and the culture of our school buildings. Please join me in thanking all of our wonderful counselors for all that they do!   On Tuesday, I was pleased to meet again with this year’s Superintendent’s Student Cabinet. Our ongoing focus this year has been on improving school culture and climate, and this week, the students participated ... more >>

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Supports for Students Presentation 5/24/18