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SCSD Students Were On a Roll in Syracuse Soap Box Derby: (6/24/16) SCSD students from Danforth, Lincoln, Henninger, Roberts, ITC and Ed Smith took part in the annual Syracuse Soap Box Derby. Congratulations to Danforth student Saleem Febus, sponsored by Carrier, who took first place in the Stock Division, as well as Henninger student Tyler Bonferraro, sponsored ... more >>
SCSD Staff Participate in J.P. Morgan Corporate Challenge: (6/23/16) More than 130 SCSD staff took part in the 2016 J.P. Morgan Corporate Challenge, making it one of the best years for participation in the District! Due to the increased percentage of participants this year, the SCSD was awarded a $1,500 Scholarship (Scholastic Challenge Large Schools) for the general ... more >>
ELMS 8th Graders Honor Veterans with Year-Long Exhibition: (6/22/16) ELMS 8 th graders gained a unique perspective on conflict and a new respect for veterans, thanks to their yearlong exhibition “Through the Eyes of Our Veterans.”   Over the course of the year, students studied these guiding questions: What causes conflict? What are the consequences ... more >>
SCSD Schools Begin Transition to Opportunity Culture Model: (6/20/16) 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 ... more >>
SCSD Board of Education to Host Public Forum: (6/17/16) The Board of Education of the Syracuse City School District will hold a Public Forum on Tuesday, June 21, 2016, an opportunity for parents and community members to discuss the successes and challenges in school buildings. The Forum will be held in the cafeteria at the Institute of Technology ... more >>
Students Gain Perspective through Interfaith Works Dialogue Exchange Program: (6/15/16) Students at SCSD high schools spend five days each school year sharing ideas and engaging in discussions with students from suburban schools, thanks to the Interfaith Works of CNY Dialogue Exchange program.   Each school selects 5 student facilitators and 15 students to take part in the Dialogue ... more >>
LeMoyne Elementary Students Enjoy Visit from Author Tim Green: (6/13/16) Fifth graders at LeMoyne Elementary got a special treat recently when author, CNY native and former Atlanta Falcons football player Tim Green surprised them at school.   “My mission is to encourage these guys to read,” Mr. Green said. “You never have to buy a book to read. ... more >>
SCSD Summer Reading Lists Now Available: (6/13/16) Summer is a great time for reading!  Help your child beat the Summer Slide by encouraging them to read all summer long.  Research shows that reading just six books over the summer can keep a struggling reader from regressing .  Check your local library for any possible summer programming ... more >>
SCSD Students Celebrate Navy Week with Concerts, Dive Tank and More: (6/10/16) In celebration of Navy Week, SCSD students at Danforth, HW Smith, Grant, Salem Hyde, Bellevue, PSLA at Fowler, Frazer and Corcoran enjoyed special festivities, intended to help them learn about the Navy and the many ways in which its members protect America.   From demonstrations in a Navy ... more >>
ELMS Hosts Second Annual Day of Peace: (6/8/16) Seventh graders at ELMS hosted the school’s second annual Day of Peace, a culminating event to show their year-long efforts to make the community a better, more peaceful place.   Their year-long expedition, “A Quest for Change,” challenged students to examine why people seek ... more >>
WSA Students Volunteer at Rescue Mission: (6/6/16) Eighth grade students in Amanda Behm’s ELA class at Westside Academy at Blodgett recently visited the Rescue Mission on Gifford Street to served lunch and help in the clothing store.   This is the third time Ms. Behm has brought students to volunteer at the Rescue Mission, and she ... more >>
Syracuse Aspiring Leaders Academy Celebrates Graduates: (6/3/16) The Syracuse Aspiring Leaders Academy (SALA) celebrated staff who recently completed the leadership development program in a graduation ceremony. SALA’s vision is to build the capacity of future principals to lead their schools to increased achievement levels for all students, as well as to ... more >>
SCSD Reforms Professional Development with Learning Forward: (6/3/16) In partnership with Learning Forward, a leading nonprofit in the field of professional development, and a grant from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, the SCSD has been selected to collaborate with 19 other school districts across the country to improve professional development standards.   ... more >>
Johnson Center Students Enjoy Trip to Washington, DC: (6/2/16) A team of teachers at the Johnson Center, led by Jenniffer Benedetto, recently took 20 of their hardest working students on a trip to Washington, DC! The students were hoping to expand their horizons, as many had never been out of Syracuse, and they were looking forward to exploring museums and exhibits ... more >>
Summer School Registration Open Through June 10th: (6/1/16) SCSD summer school registration is open through June 10 th ! Pre-K and special education programs will run from July 5 th through August 15 th , while elementary and middle school programs will run from July 5 th through August 2 nd . Site locations are listed below. To enroll, visit enrollinsyracusecityschools.com ... more >>
SCSD Students Compete in International Kidwind Competition: (6/1/16) SCSD students from Nottingham and ITC traveled to New Orleans to compete against more than 50 teams from across the U.S., Canada and even Australia at the International Kidwind Competition.   Nottingham students Jaleel Berry and Jevon Jones, along with ITC students Tyreik Mayo and Zach Mayo, ... more >>
Ed Smith Science Fair Shows K-8 STEM Knowledge: (5/27/16) Who is faster—boys or girls? Which gender has better memory? Do video games impact your heart rate? Ed Smith students in kindergarten through eighth grade studied these questions and more for the school’s science fair, where more than 100 student projects were on display.   Kindergarten ... more >>
Nottingham Students' Culinary Knowledge Grows in Cooking Club: (5/25/16) Nottingham English teacher Jimmy Smith is an avid cook. Special Education teacher Justin Petranchuk was previously a cook at Wegmans for close to 20 years. With their love of food and knowledge of cooking, it was only natural that they create the school’s cooking club.   “We noticed ... more >>
Seymour Students Experience College at SU Shadow Day: (5/20/16) “Today is better than Sea Breeze,” a Seymour fifth grader exclaimed as he boarded the bus back to school.   For the 17 th year, Seymour fifth graders enjoyed Shadow Day, an opportunity to spend the day at Syracuse University. There, they enjoyed a welcome reception at the Chancellor’s ... more >>
SCSD Refugee Assistance Program Helps Refugees Find Work, Community: (5/18/16) Families from Congo, Cuba, Bhutan, Burma, Somalia and other nations who are in need of refuge are resettled by the two Resettlement Agencies in Syracuse, Catholic Charities and InterFaith Works.  Arriving at the airport, the families are greeted by staff from one of these two agencies. But, not ... more >>



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Expeditionary Learning School
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Franklin Elementary School
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Grant Middle School
Henninger High School
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HW Smith K-8 School
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LeMoyne Elementary School
Lincoln Middle School
McCarthy at Beard
McKinley-Brighton Elementary School
Meachem Elementary School
MSAP @ Shea
Nottingham High School
Porter Elementary School
Professional Development
PSLA @ Fowler
Roberts preK-8 School
Salem Hyde Elementary School
Seymour Dual Language Academy
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Van Duyn Elementary School
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High Schools
Corcoran
Fowler
Henninger
Institute of Technology at Central
Nottingham
PSLA @ Fowler

Innovation Zone Schools
Bellevue Elementary School
Danforth Middle School
Frazer K-8 School
Porter Elementary School
Seymour Dual Language Academy
Van Duyn Elementary School
Westside Academy at Blodgett

Middle & K-8 Schools
Clary Middle School
Ed Smith Pre-K-8 School
Expeditionary Learning Middle School
Grant Middle School
Huntington Pre-K-8 School
HW Smith Pre-K-8 School
Lincoln Middle School
Roberts Pre-K-8 School

Alternative Education Programs
Elmcrest
Johnson Center/Adult Education
McCarthy @ Beard
MS Program @ Shea

Elementary Schools
Delaware Elementary School
Delaware Primary
Dr. King Elementary School
Dr. Weeks Elementary School
Franklin Elementary School
Hughes Elementary School
LeMoyne Elementary School
McKinley-Brighton Elementary School
Meachem Elementary School
Salem Hyde Elementary School
Syracuse Latin
Webster Elementary School

Syracuse City School District
Sharon Contreras, Ph.D., Superintendent

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