Parent University Presents: The Incredible Years Program:
Incredible Years Program
For Parents and Staff.
Every Wednesday night 5/3 to 6/7
In Dr. King Cafeteria.
¨ Does your child struggle with disruptive behavior problems, such as Oppositional Defiant Disorder or ADHD?
¨ Do you want to learn how to help promote their social skills and reduce behavior problems?
¨ Dr. Kevin Antshel of SUNY Upstate will help you learn strategies for managing misbehavior.
Dinner served at 4: 20 program ...
Parent University Presents Where The Wild Things Are:
Parent University Presents Where The Wild Things Are, Saturday, April 29, 10am-1pm. Free admission to the zoo, Free copy of Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak to the first 100 families. Book reading, face painting, prizes. Remarks by Superintendent Jaime Alicea. SCSD Information and community Resources. Preregistration only! To register by phone call 315-435-6275. Transportation provided from Dr. King Elementary at 9:40am.
Do Your BEST on your test!:
This is a reminder that the New York State Math assessment begins tomorrow, May 2, 2017. The test is scheduled for 3 sessions this week, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. The approximate testing time is one hour but students are given as much time as they need to complete the assessment. That was a great benefit for them last year as they were able to complete the assessment to the best of their ability. The students and staff have worked very ...
ELA and MATH night:
RESCHEDULED TO 4/27/17
Take a picture of you and your child playing the games at home and it will be posted on our Facebook Page and on our Dr. King Website!
HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE!!
This is a wonderful opportunity to get to know the Dr. King staff and spend some quality time with your children learning math and language arts games you can play at home!
Please Join Us!!! MARCH 16, 4:30-6:30
Dr. King ‘Lending Library’ Helps ENL Students Improve Literacy:
With 91 Dr. King students – about 20 percent of the student body – receiving English as a New Language (ENL) services, ENL teacher Julia Schooler knew there was a need to make a home-school connection to help these students improve their English proficiency.
As the result of a grant funded by the SCSD Educational Foundation, Ms. Schooler was able to purchase a collection of books specifically for this group of ENL students. While the school library allows students to check ...
Syracuse City School District
Jaime Alicea, Superintendent
725 Harrison Street
Syracuse, NY 13210
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