Grant Middle School


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Doug Kasouf
Vice Principals
David Guertin
Danya Snihur

Administrative Intern
Lindsay Thompson
DASA Coordinators
Danya Snihur
Amy Phinney
School Address 
2400 Grant Blvd. |
Syracuse, NY 13208
School Hours 
7:50 AM - 3:10 PM
Main Office
(315) 435-4433
Nurse's Office
(315) 435-4134
Guidance Office
(315) 435-4433
School Based Health Center
(315) 435-4040







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Mission:  To build, support and sustain a school community that provides all students with a high-quality education that prepares them to graduate as responsible, active, citizens ready for success in college and careers and prepared to compete in a global economy.   

Vision:   To provide a safe, collaborative, engaging learning environment where attention is given to individuals, and students are encouraged to take academic risks through the development of healthy relationships.                                                                                                             

School News
K-8 Students Will Learn Career Readiness Skills, Thanks to Smart Start Professional Development K-8 Students Will Learn Career Readiness Skills, Thanks to Smart Start Professional Development: Elementary and middle school students across the Syracuse City School District will have a renewed focus on career readiness skills, computer science and digital literacy this year… all thanks to a Smart Start professional development course offered to their teachers over the summer!   125 SCSD kindergarten through 8 th grade teachers participated in a three-day virtual event and a four-day in person “externship” this summer; and they will enjoy ongoing mentoring throughout ... more >>
Middle School Students Become Civic Ready through Virtual Capstone Project Middle School Students Become Civic Ready through Virtual Capstone Project: SCSD middle school students participating in the virtual summer school program had a unique opportunity to develop their academic skills while becoming civic ready, thanks to a creative capstone project.   Presented with three interdisciplinary options, the students spent their summer learning time engaging with a project of their choosing. At the conclusion of summer school, the students presented their completed projects to their summer school teachers, as well as Mayor Walsh, through ... more >>
Building Men Program Overview & Sign Up Information Building Men Program Overview & Sign Up Information: September 2020 Dear Parents/Guardians,   We hope this letter comes to you in good health and spirits.  This current pandemic has taught us all the power of flexibility and patience.  With that in mind, we are excited to offer our Fall 2020 Virtual Building Men Mentoring Program (BM Mentoring 2020).                         Our Fall 2020 Virtual Building ... more >>
Grant Math Teacher Creates Home-Based Food Pantry Grant Math Teacher Creates Home-Based Food Pantry:   Grant 6th grade Math teacher Brad Seidman was conducting his twice weekly phone wellness checks with Grant families when he had an idea.   "During wellness checks, we're supposed to check in with students to see how they're doing and what they might need," Mr. Seidman explained. "One mother I spoke with was crying on the phone. Her daughter has a heart condition and she was afraid to go out and put her daughter at risk of getting sick, so I put ... more >>
First Student is Hiring Bus Drivers and Aids First Student is Hiring Bus Drivers and Aids: First Student is hiring bus drivers and bus aids.  Please go to their web page:  for more information. more >>

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Student and Family Supports are Available!
The SCSD has many academic, social, emotional and mental health supports available to students. School social workers can help connect you and your child to in school and/or out of school supports that meet your needs. Please call us at (315) 435-4433 and ask to speak with a Social Worker for more information and assistance.


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