Dr. Weeks Elementary School


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Diane Vitello
Vice Principals 
Laura Mitchell
Leah Mannion
DASA Coordinators
Laura Mitchell
Demetria Luces
Main Office
(315) 435-4097
Nurse's Office
(315) 435-4091
School Address 
710 Hawley Ave. |
Syracuse, NY 13203
School Hours
8:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Dr.weeks Elementary | A Community School



Welcome to Dr. Weeks Elementary: A Community School!

Dr. Weeks is part of a community network, which provides multiple solutions from one location. Our partners include NY State Mentoring, Peaceful Schools, Huntington Family Centers, United Way, City of Syracuse Parks and Recreation, Eastern Hills Bible Church, National Grid, McMahon Ryan Child Advocacy Center, NEHDA, County Health Department, Before & Afterschool Child Care, Pass Da Rock Mentoring, County Sheriff's Office.! 

Digital Tools and Resources for Families

Here are some tools and information to help you navigate the digital needs of your students


Click on this link to register your child for a vaccine! Please note, parents must be present for vaccine to be administered. 


This Location offers School-Based Health

FREE medical, dental & mental health care for students

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News & Updates
Students Learn Social-Emotional Skills Though ‘Dr. Weeks in Action’ Students Learn Social-Emotional Skills Though ‘Dr. Weeks in Action’: Throughout the Syracuse City School District, social emotional learning has been a priority this year: helping support students as they readjust to the routine of being back in school in person, and all the challenges that come with it.   Students at Dr. Weeks have been learning these skills hands-on in their morning meeting, thanks to a schoolwide initiative called Dr. Weeks in Action.   Started by teachers Kelcey Myers, Heidi Reichart, and Katie Carroll, the initiative is modeled ... 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 >>
Now Parents can Track their child's SCSD Transportation. Now Parents can Track their child's SCSD Transportation.: *New information for Parents* Now you can Track your child's SCSD Transportation. Dear Oasis Families, The Syracuse City School District [SCSD] has launched a new transportation App called "FirstView" for families to be able to view their child’s transportation information and receive text notifications.  Below are instructions for you to follow to download the App to your mobile device, laptop, tablet, or I-Pad. * Important * Before downloading ... more >>
Dr. Weeks Students & Families Benefit from Community Clothing, Supply Closet Dr. Weeks Students & Families Benefit from Community Clothing, Supply Closet: Students and families at Dr. Weeks have received more than 200 items of clothing – and various food items – so far this year, thanks to a grant funded by the SCSD Educational Foundation.   The grant allowed school staff to enhance the items offered in the Community Closet – a store of sorts to help provide families with shelf stable food, clothing and hygiene items. But the Community Closet is helping students in larger ways, too: five fifth grade students were ‘hired’ ... more >>
Syracuse Literacy Zones Help Guide Adult Learners to Success Syracuse Literacy Zones Help Guide Adult Learners to Success: In the Syracuse City School District, success isn’t limited just to school-aged students. Thanks to the Syracuse Literacy Zones, adults are also offered the supports and resources to help them succeed – free of charge. This year alone, close to 300 area adults are taking advantage of Literacy Zone classes and services, and more than 4,500 students have completed classes since the program began!   Literacy Zone Welcome Centers are located within four school sites in different ... more >>

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Important Information

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


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