Communications
 
Michael Henesey
Administrator for Communications

Karin Davenport
Communications Specialist

Christine Carnegie
Graphics Technician
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The Office of Communications is responsible for disseminating school and district information to parents, guardians, students, staff and the Syracuse community in a timely and accurate manner. We utilize many different media platforms, including social media, to effectively communicate all information. We will continually promote the positive contributions our students make to the community whether through volunteer work, athletics, fine arts or educational achievements. Every day, our students are making a positive impact in this community and we strive to showcase these actions and achievements. One of the primary ways for you to obtain information and follow the happenings in the Syracuse City School District is through visiting our website. If you have questions or concerns, or if you would like to share some positive information, please feel free to contact us.

  





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School News
SCSD to Hold Public Hearing on District Safety Plan, 12/18: The Syracuse City School District Board of Education will hold a Public Hearing on Monday, December 18, 2017 at 4:30 p.m. in the District Board Room, 725 Harrison Street, Syracuse, New York. The Work Session will follow immediately at the conclusion of the Hearing.   The Public Hearing is an opportunity for all interested parties to provide comments and questions regarding the District’s Safety Plan .  The Plan document is available for download on the District’s website, ... more >>
Dr. King Reading Program Helps Improve Student Literacy: For the 27 th year, Dr. King students have the opportunity to develop a love for reading thanks to some special volunteers.   Thanks to a reading program started by the Park Central Presbyterian Church, each week, about 35 community volunteers spend an hour in the school library working with first and second grade students who could use some extra reading assistance.   Students work with the same reading buddy each week, practicing fluency and comprehension one-on-one. Student ... more >>
Public Review Forum To Be Held December 20th: The Syracuse City School District Board of Education will hold a Public Review Forum for the Smart Schools Investment Plan on Wednesday, December 20, 2017 at 4:30 p.m. in the District Board Room, 725 Harrison Street, Syracuse, New York. A Work Session will follow immediately at the conclusion of the Public Review Forum.   The Public Review Forum is an opportunity for all interested parties to provide comments and questions regarding the District’s initial submission of the Smart ... more >>
Basketball Invitational Coming Up: 12/8 - 12/9: Don't miss the opportunity to cheer on Corcoran, Henninger, ITC, Nottingham and PSLA at Fowler athletes in the Basketball Invitational! The event will take place on Friday, December 8th and Saturday, December 9th at Henninger High School (600 Robinson Street). Admission fee is $5. See below for a complete schedule!    Friday, December 8th Saturday, December 9th 3:00 pm - Henninger (vs. Rochester East) 4:45 pm - PSLA (vs. ITC) ... more >>
Seymour Tennis Club Helps Teach More Than Just a Sport: “Look how far I can stretch now… I’m becoming more flexible!”   Seymour students in third through fifth grades are proud of their physical fitness, thanks to the school’s Tennis Club. Now in its sixth year, the club is funded by the U.S. Tennis Association and private donations and has exposed hundreds of Seymour students to the joys of tennis.   “We are working on tennis skills so students will be able to play the game and hopefully to continue ... more >>


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