Dr. Weeks Elementary School



 

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Principal
Diane Vitello
Vice Principal 
Laura Mitchell

Administrative Intern 
Leah Mannion
 
DASA Coordinators
Laura Mitchell
Demetria Luces
Main Office
(315) 435-4097
Nurse's Office
(315) 435-4091
School Address 
710 Hawley Ave. |
Syracuse, NY 13203
School Hours
8:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Dr.weeks Elementary | A Community School

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IMPORTANT! Covid-19 Testing Information!


As you know, our school is in Governor Cuomo’s designated yellow zone and therefore we have to have 20 % our students and staff tested weekly. Our first testing date and time is FRIDAY NOV. 20 from 12:00PM to 2:25PM.

 

This is only for students in PODS B and C attending school on FRIDAY NOV. 20TH.

 

The testing will take place in our cafeteria and you are welcome to accommodate your child while they are tested.  However, you will need to wait in your car while waiting for the results – usually within 15 minutes.  You must wear a mask while in the building at all times.

 

This test is considered non-invasive with the swab barely going up the nose and is the BioNax Now test.

 

In order for your child to be tested, we need you to register by going to the Onondaga County Registration Site at: https://covid19.ongov.net/appointments/schools/

 

Scroll down & Click on DR. WEEKS ELEMENTARY.

 

Thank you for your assistance getting your child tested.


Welcome to Dr. Weeks Elementary: A Community School!

Dr. Weeks is part of a community network, which provides multiple solutions from one location. Our partners include NY State Mentoring, Peaceful Schools, Huntington Family Centers, United Way, City of Syracuse Parks and Recreation, Eastern Hills Bible Church, National Grid, McMahon Ryan Child Advocacy Center, NEHDA, County Health Department, Before & Afterschool Child Care, Pass Da Rock Mentoring, County Sheriff's Office.! 
 

Digital Tools and Resources for Families

Here are some tools and information to help you navigate the digital needs of your students
http://www.syracusecityschools.com/districtpage.cfm?pageid=11191

 

Support Team Website



https://sites.google.com/view/drweeks704/home

 

 

School News
SCSD to Resume Additional In-Person Learning Beginning April 12th SCSD to Resume Additional In-Person Learning Beginning April 12th: On March 22, 2021, Superintendent Alicea presented a plan to the Board of Education that allows for students to return to school for more days of in-person learning.  Both Onondaga County and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) have provided guidance that decreases the recommended space between students from six feet to three feet.  This change allows us the space to bring more students safely into each classroom.  Thanks to the great number of responses to our return-to-school ... more >>
SCSD to Offer Spring Recess Meal Pickup on March 31st SCSD to Offer Spring Recess Meal Pickup on March 31st: The SCSD Food & Nutrition Services Department will be offering a meal distribution over Spring Recess. Students may stop by any of the following sites on Wednesday, March 31 st from 9:30 am – 1 pm .   Bellevue Delaware Dr. Weeks Ed Smith ELMS Franklin Frazer Henninger Huntington HW Smith LeMoyne Lincoln McKinley-Brighton Meachem Nottingham (this site will be serving from 8:00 am – 1:15 pm) Peoples AME Zion Porter PSLA at Fowler (this ... more >>
Syracuse Literacy Zones Help Guide Adult Learners to Success Syracuse Literacy Zones Help Guide Adult Learners to Success: In the Syracuse City School District, success isn’t limited just to school-aged students. Thanks to the Syracuse Literacy Zones, adults are also offered the supports and resources to help them succeed – free of charge. This year alone, close to 300 area adults are taking advantage of Literacy Zone classes and services, and more than 4,500 students have completed classes since the program began!   Literacy Zone Welcome Centers are located within four school sites in different ... more >>
Sharing Tables Help Create Culture of Giving Back Sharing Tables Help Create Culture of Giving Back: During their lunch periods, students across the SCSD now have the opportunity to leave unopened, uneaten food that they don’t want – or to pick up a little extra food – as needed.   Thanks to Sharing Tables now available in most SCSD school cafeterias, the initiative is increasing food consumption, reducing food insecurity and decreasing food waste. But it’s also creating a culture of caring, giving students the opportunity to anonymously give their surplus items ... more >>


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Important Information

REGISTER for COVID-19 Testing
Register now for your child to receive a free COVID-19 test at school: visit https://covid19.ongov.net/appointments/schools/

Links

Support Team Website
Breakfast Snack and Lunch Menus
Northeast Community Center
Syracuse University Enrichment

Downloads

WCNY TV Classroom Schedule
Bagged Meal Pickup Sites
Dr Weeks Community School Flier