North Syracuse Central School District
5355 West Taft Road
North Syracuse, NY 13212
Karl W. Saile Bear Road Elementary School



Welcome To K.W.S.Bear Road

  Elementary School! 

Principal:  Mr. Matthew Motala

5590 Bear Road
North Syracuse, NY 13212
 (315) 218-2400


Bear Road Pledge:  

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"Y" Program 3:30-6:00 Daily

Town of Clay Rec 3:30-9:00 Daily

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Thanksgiving Recess
Just a reminder that there is no school for students/staff from November 26-28 for Thanksgiving Recess. Have a safe and happy holiday!...

Pink the Rink Night - Friday, December 26
The North Syracuse Central School District would like to invite the community to join the Fayetteville Manlius, and Cicero-North Syracuse High School Hockey teams for the Pink the Rink night on Friday, December 26, 2014 in honor of Nancy Chase. The FM vs. C-NS game will take place at the Syracuse War Memorial at OnCenter (5...

Gillette Road PTG hosting district night at Silver Knights
On Friday, January 16, 2015 the Gillette Road Middle School Parent Teacher Group (PTG) is sponsoring North Syracuse Central School District night at the Syracuse Silver Knights 7:30 p.m. soccer game against the Rochester Lancers. The game is taking place at the OnCenter War Memorial Arena (515 Montgomery Street) in Syracuse. $13...

Family Fit N Fun Night - January 14
On Wednesday, January 14, 2015 the North Syracuse Central School District Physical Education Department will host their 5th Annual Family Fit N Fun Night at North Syracuse Junior High School (5353 West Taft Road) in North Syracuse. The free, family friendly event will take place from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. All district elementary stu...

NSCSD appreciates our sponsors!
The North Syracuse Central School District has many generous donors who have made gifts to the district to support student programs, provide required equipment or enhance facilities. Historically, donors have been recognized at Board of Education meetings when their gift is accepted. In accordance with Board of Education Po...

Free afterschool tutoring for eligible Native American students
The North Syracuse Central School District, through its Native American Grant program, is making available free tutoring services to Native American students attending school within the district, who have filed the appropriate 506 forms. Tutoring, provided by certified teachers, will be provided at district schools, local librar...

Parents should opt-in to receive text alerts
On Monday, November 3, North Syracuse Central School District parents/guardians with cell phones designated in the district’s Student Information System received a text message asking them to opt-in to receive text alerts through SchoolMessenger. The district has been using the SchoolMessenger notification service to send import...

CNS Star Shop Holiday Sale
Please visit the CNS Star Shop for a variety of holiday gifts, including CNS apparel. You are welcome to shop between 7:10 and 7:30 AM, 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM, and from 2:00 to 2:20 PM. Call 218-4100 with any questions....

Boys' Section III Volleyball donates to Make A Wish Foundation
Many thanks to Boys' Section III Volleyball, for recently donating nearly $7,000 to the Make A Wish Foundation. The teams involved in fundraising efforts, including Liverpool, Fayetteville Manlius, Syracuse City, Jamesville Dewitt, Oswego, C-NS, Living Word Academy, Central Square, and Baldwinsville, presented the check during ...

Students and families show support for military
Students, family and staff members from Gillette Road Middle School's Military Support Group and district elementary schools' Red, White and Blue Crew recently helped show their support for the military by marching in the Syracuse Veteran’s Day Parade. Before the parade, students made thank you hearts and on parade day, as stude...

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