STEAM at Dr. King Elementary School



 

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Principal
Kuricheses Alexander
Vice Principal
Andrew Davis
Priscilla Newby
 
DASA Coordinators
TBD
Hours
8:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Main Office 
(315) 435-4580
Nurse's Office
(315) 435-4584
School Address
416 E. Raynor Ave. |
Syracuse, NY 13202

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Welcome back STEAM at Dr. King Families.

Just a reminder that our school hours will be from 8:00am to 2:00 for the 21-22 school year.

Please make sure to review your STEAM Parent Handbook for FAQ.


 
 
  
Vision:
Empower students to make a positive impact in their classroom, school, and community.

Mission: 
We believe that education is the lifeline in growing our students to become the leaders of tomorrow. We will achieve our vision by doing the following:
  • Creating and maintaining a positive and nurturing environment where students feel loved, seen, valued, heard, supported, appreciated, celebrated and respected
  • Engaging students in relevant and meaningful learning opportunities
  • Empower students to use their voice by giving them multiple opportunities to answer and ask questions and to dialogue with their peers 
  • Providing learning opportunities that are hands-on, require students to investigate and solve problems, and require students to take ownership of their learning
     
 

This Location offers School-Based Health

FREE medical, dental & mental health care for students

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News & Updates
SCSD Students Celebrate Juneteenth with Essay Contest, Book Readings and More SCSD Students Celebrate Juneteenth with Essay Contest, Book Readings and More: June 19 th , known as Juneteenth and Emancipation Day, marked the end of slavery in the United States in 1865. Today, it serves as a way to honor Black History and reflect on how we can each promote and work for equality for all.   Throughout the SCSD, students and staff engaged in activities to celebrate Juneteenth and learn about the importance of advocating for social justice. Reading Celebration “Who is Opal Lee?” STEAM at Dr. King 4th grade teacher Cynthia Pace asked ... more >>
SCSD to Host Three Upcoming COVID-19 Vaccination Clinics SCSD to Host Three Upcoming COVID-19 Vaccination Clinics: In partnership with Wegmans, the Syracuse City School District is pleased to offer three upcoming COVID-19 vaccination clinics this month.   February 2 – 4:30 – 7:00 pm – Franklin Elementary (428 S. Alvord St.) February 5 – 9:00 am – 12:30 pm – Brighton Academy (309 W. Brighton Ave.) February 7 – 3:30 pm – 6:30 pm – STEAM at Dr. King Elementary (416 E. Raynor Ave.) Click here to register!  (Please note that the registration ... more >>
SCSD Students Inspired by Alumna at ‘Know Your Worth’ Event SCSD Students Inspired by Alumna at ‘Know Your Worth’ Event: “I will be the best version of me,” young women in the HW Smith auditorium chanted together.   They turned to the girl to their left.   “Not you.”   They turned to their right. “Not you.”   They pointed to themselves and said again, “I will be the best version of ME!”   Young women across the Syracuse City School District recently enjoyed an inspiring morning of empowerment, thanks to a special ‘Know ... more >>
SCSD to Change Some School Start & Dismissal Times Effective October 25th SCSD to Change Some School Start & Dismissal Times Effective October 25th: October 8, 2021 Dear Syracuse City School District Families, Since the start of the school year, First Student, which provides transportation services for Syracuse City School District students in grades K-8, has been unable to maintain a sufficient number of bus drivers to adequately service the number of bus routes for our students. First Student has gone through an aggressive recruiting campaign to try to attract new drivers by offering increased wages and sign on bonuses; however, ... more >>
Elementary Students are Inspired by Diversity Thanks to Multicultural Libraries Elementary Students are Inspired by Diversity Thanks to Multicultural Libraries: “Look, Ms. Shaw… it’s me!” A Dr. Weeks student, grinning in her blue Hijab, held up The Proudest Blue – a book written by Ibtihaj Muhammad and S.K Ali and illustrated by Hatem Aly. The cover showed a striking resemblance: a young Somali girl wearing a blue Hijab.   “Students are begging to take the books home to show their siblings,” Dr. Weeks English as a New Language (ENL) teacher Madison Shaw shared. “This particular student was ... more >>


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Announcements

REGISTER for COVID-19 Testing
Register now for your child to receive a free COVID-19 test at school: visit https://covid19.ongov.net/appointments/schools/



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) 435-4580 and ask to speak with a Social Worker for more information and assistance.

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