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 ...
Peace Awards honoring Dr. ML King:
Pictured here are Ms. Ellis and Ms. Singleton congratulating the winners of the Dr. King Peace awards. Students were nominated by their teachers because they portray the peaceful way of Dr. Martin Luther King every day. We are so proud of these student peace winners. Along with these awards Dr. King invited speakers from the community to express the faith and knowledge that if we live Dr. ML King's dream, we will succeed. Among the guests, Lazurus Sims, Helen Hudson and Khalid ...
National African American Read-In:
Dr. King recently hosted an African American-Read- In. Many local Black Americans volunteereed to read to the students at Dr. King. This brought in readers in every class reading books by African American writers. The students were engaged and listen respectively to these readings. This event is one that is greatly anticipated each year by students and staff as well as the many readers. The gift of bringing words of these famous writers and their stories is second ...
Black History Door Decorating:
On behalf of the students, families, front office and Admin. staff, we are pleased to share with you “ Job Well Done! “
The judges shared that your doors were informative, strong and proud!
Your efforts respectively are commendable and for that I personally thank each of you who participated in the
King Black History Door Decorating Contest .
While I would like to crown everybody a winner, our (8) ...
Open Door Community Dinner:
O pen D oor C ommunity. Come and hear speakers and slide show. Come and see your friends and meet new ones. Come for good food and FUN! Come and ENJOY! Sign up so we know how many to expect! Thank You!!
Syracuse City School District
Jaime Alicea, Superintendent
725 Harrison Street
Syracuse, NY 13210
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