Deb Mastropaolo
Principal

DASA Coordinators:

Deb Mastropaolo
Randi Wheeler

Contact Information:

Main Office: (315) 435-6244

School Address:

960 Salt Springs Rd.
Syracuse, NY 13224

 
 
 
School News
Board of Education to Host Community Engagement Forum (4/9) Board of Education to Host Community Engagement Forum (4/9): The Board of Education of the Syracuse City School District will hold a Community Engagement Forum on Monday, April 9, 2018 from 5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. at Corcoran High School, 919 Glenwood Avenue, Syracuse, NY 13207 . The public is invited to attend.   There will be a brief presentation, followed by an open question and comment period.  The Board particularly invites comments and questions regarding School Climate, Culture, and Safety.   Documents which will be the ... more >>
SCSD to Host School Safety Forum March 27th SCSD to Host School Safety Forum March 27th: The Syracuse City School District and Syracuse Police Department invite you to join a forum on the topic of safety and security in all of our schools. The forum will be facilitated by District staff and Syracuse Police. We hope you will join us for a discussion on this important topic. The forum will be held on Tuesday, March 27th from 6 - 7:30 pm at Henninger High School (600 Robinson Street). All SCSD families are invited to attend. more >>
Student Test Scores Show Increase in Achievement Student Test Scores Show Increase in Achievement: SCSD students made strong gains in the first half of the school year, according to new data highlighting student growth on the STAR ELA and Math Assessments.   The STAR assessments are administered to students in kindergarten through 11 th grade each year in September, December and May and are a screening and progress monitoring tool, showing teachers and school staff students’ baseline knowledge, as well as areas for intervention, remediation or acceleration.   ... more >>
SCSD Students Vote in Mock Election SCSD Students Vote in Mock Election: With 70 percent of the vote, SCSD students recently elected Hillary Clinton to become the new President of the United States! The 3,300 student ballots favored Clinton over Gary Johnson (10.2% of votes), Donald Trump (9.7%) and Jill Stein (9.2%).   Students at all SCSD high schools had the unique opportunity to vote for President, Congressional and Senate representatives in a mock election. The idea behind the activity was to help students gain an interest in civics and to promote active ... more >>


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