Meachem Elementary

Kathryne Moulton

Katelynn Killmore
Vice Principal


171 Spaulding Ave.
Syracuse, NY 13205


Main Office: (315) 435-4610
Nurse's Office: (315) 435-4612

DASA Coordinators:
Katelyn Killmore
Shannon Geer


9:00 AM-3:00 PM


Meachem's Vision:
The vision of Meachem Elementary is to provide an environment that develops life-long learners who are peaceful, productive, healthy, and happy.

Meachem's Mission:
In collaboration with students, families, and the community, Meachem will provide a safe and supportive learning environment that is committed to growing the whole student. With strong relationships at its core, Meachem will provide personalized learning experiences to propel each student to meet their full potential.

Greeting Meachem Families,

There are many exciting things for students to learn this month.  5th graders are learning all about the Civil War while 4th graders are learning about the American Revolution. Also, teachers have been splitting students up into small groups to provide personalized learning during ELA and math.  Many teachers are using laptops in their station rotations for student small groups to enhance learning.   

Another exciting thing to share with you all is that selected third graders began the Rapid Reader program which takes place each day for 30 minutes.  This program has been created to increase fluency in reading.  Students will work on myOn, with an OASIS tutor, and work peer to peer to build skills to make them better readers.   

Thank you to all the families that donated to the Thanksgiving Food Drive last month.  Students helped organize the foods to distribute them into different boxes.  These boxes were given to families in our community to help them through the holiday season. 

Please make an effort to get your child to school on time each day and pick up at dismissal at 2:50.  Every Student, Every Day.


Mrs. Moulton, Principal                                                             

School News
Opportunity Culture Expands, Bringing More Excellent Teaching to SCSD Schools: This year, five new SCSD schools have implemented Opportunity Culture, a staffing model designed to provide more students with access to excellent teaching while also providing teachers with added support and room for career advancement.   To make this happen, schools designate Multi-Classroom Leaders (MCLs) to collaborate with content area teachers on strategies and best practices. MCLs serve as mentors and team leaders, allowing them to assist other teachers and gain leadership experience ... more >>
Syracuse City School District Receives Two School Improvement Grants: The Syracuse City School District has received two School Improvement Grant (SIG)s from the New York State Education Department. McKinley-Brighton Elementary and Meachem Elementary have each received $2.5 million in funding through the seventh round of state SIG grant distributions.   As designated ‘priority’ schools, Meachem and McKinley-Brighton were required to submit school redesign models showing how they would optimize leadership, teacher effectiveness, additional instructional ... more >>
SCSD Schools Begin Transition to Opportunity Culture Model: As part of a Districtwide strategy to provide more time for teacher collaboration, a focus on excellent teaching and an overall positive change in school culture, SCSD schools are transitioning to an Opportunity Culture staffing solution.   In its second year at Bellevue, Clary, Grant and Seymour and its first year at Franklin, Huntington, Lincoln and Meachem, the model will begin in 2016-2017 at Danforth, Dr. King, Frazer, Henninger, HW Smith, Nottingham, Van Duyn and Westside Academy ... more >>
"Most Improved Behaviors" Awards at Meachem Elementary: Meachem Elementary held a "Most Improved Behavior" Celebration for students that demostrated significant improvement in their behavior over the 2015-2016 school year. Each student was awarded a certificate recognizing their accomplishment. Congratulations! Click on the links to see more pictures! more >>
Student Work on Display in Destiny USA Great Snowman Convention: Students from 15 SCSD schools created artwork that was on display at Destiny USA in February as part of the 11th annual Great Snowman Convention.    This year’s focus was on the environment, with a task of creating snowmen in various forms. SCSD students were innovative in making their works of art, with Frazer technology students creating an electrified snowman made of sticks, LeMoyne students showing the structure of snowflakes on a tri-fold display, Franklin students creating ... more >>

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Upcoming Events

January 10
6:30 pm
January 13
Free Book Distribution Day
January 16
No School
January 17 and 18
ANet Testing for students in grades 2-5
January 20
2nd Marking Period Ends
January 26
The Plant that Ate Socks: A Red House Production
1:30 pm: Grades K-3
January 27
VIP Parties
1:30 Grades 3-5
2:10 Grades K-2
January 30
No School


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Meachem School Comprehensive Education Plan
Student of the Week
Student Support Services Organizational Chart