McCarthy at Beard School




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Principal
Hugh Hogle
Vice Principals
Melissa Tooley
DASA Coordinators
Amy Salisbury
Melissa Tooley 
Main Office 
(315) 435-5855
Nurse's Office
(315) 435-4341
Fax: (315) 435-4564
Social Worker Office
(315) 435-4073
School Address
220 W. Kennedy St. | Syracuse, NY 13205
School Hours 
8:00 AM - 2:00 PM

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 Mission Statement
ABOUT US
Vision
Statement
Teach students the skills
necessary for success in all social, emotional, and academic areas of their lives.  All students will gain the skills necessary for healthy and active participation in the community
.
The Syracuse City School District's McCarthy program provides unique and specialized services for students with social/emotional, behavioral and academic concerns that require expertise and resources beyond those of regular schools.

McCarthy Serves The
Following Functions:

  • Alternative Special Education Program

  • Diagnostic and  Evaluation Programming Center

  • On site behavioral instruction Support


The McCarthy Program provides specialized psycho educational programming
for students K-12 for a smooth transition to regular
school settings.
 
Students will learn in a safe and supportive environment in order to develop the academic, social, and emotional skills necessary to then transfer those skills to a less restrictive learning environment.
Expeditionary Learning
 
Students and Family
Supports are Available
Social Emotional Learning SEL

 

CREW

Crew is a culture that premeates the school and a structure that anchors students in their school community.






 
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 support that meet your needs.  Please call us at
(315) 435-5855 and ask to speak with a Social worker for mor information and assistance.

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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 >>
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Nottingham Students Break Down Stereotypes with Unified Basketball Team Nottingham Students Break Down Stereotypes with Unified Basketball Team: The Nottingham Unified Basketball team suffered a tough loss against ESM this season.   Senior Muzamil Kaila had played JV and Varsity basketball and football through his high school career – he was used to the feeling of defeat after such a heavy loss. A blanket of sadness and anger would often descend over the teams, he said. But with the Unified team, things were different.   “Right after the game, we were waiting for our bus – it was a little late,” ... more >>


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