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Cicero Elementary


Kathy WheelerPrincipal

5979 Route 31
Cicero, NY 13039

P:  (315) 218-2500
F:  (315) 218-2585

School Hours:
9:15 a.m. – 3:20 p.m.



School News
School Open Houses Taking Place School Open Houses Taking Place: Welcome to the 2018-2019 school year! Our first full week of school is also filled with many open houses for buildings and grade levels. Open houses begin on Sept. 12 and individual building events are listed on the calendar sent home in August and on our online calendar . Be sure to attend your child(ren)'s open house to learn about their school and meet the teachers! Have a great school year!   more >>
Register your new student now! Register your new student now!: STUDENT REGISTRATION The 2018-2019 school year begins on September 5 and registration has begun! Whether your family is brand new to the North Syracuse Central School District or you have older children enrolled here, it is important to register any new students for the upcoming school year! Register early and beat the August rush! If your child has been attending school in NSCSD, there is NO ACTION REQUIRED.  This pertains only to those students who have moved into the district ... more >>
School Report Card meetings scheduled School Report Card meetings scheduled: Each year, the North Syracuse Central School District provides a summary of academic performance for students who took New York State Assessments the previous school year in a special newsletter. Click here to view/download a copy of that newsletter. New York State Report Cards provide comprehensive data for all districts in the state, including enrollment, demographic, attendance, assessment, accountability, graduation rate and much more. The comprehensive state reports are available online ... more >>
Cicero Elementary students jump rope for Heart Cicero Elementary students jump rope for Heart: Students at Cicero Elementary School organized a fun, heart-healthy and heart-helping event this year to raise funds for the American Heart Association. The event was a HUGE success!!! 239 of our very own Cicero Elementary students (and families!) were able to raise a total of $15,153.83! This is the second largest 'Jump Rope for Heart' donation in all of Central New York. We cannot thank our students, families, school and community enough for their tremendous generosity.   ... more >>
Budget priorities align with Vision2020: Brighter Together Budget priorities align with Vision2020: Brighter Together: On April 2, 2018 the North Syracuse Central School District Board of Education adopted a $163,200,980 budget proposal for the 2018-19 school year. The proposed budget will be voted on by district residents on May 15. The budget proposal demonstrates the district’s commitment to student success by providing enhanced opportunities that align with Vision2020: Brighter Together. Vision2020 provides a road map to move the district forward in its mission of providing educational experiences ... more >>

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Click image for the full monthly newsletter - including the calendar, menu and PTG newsletter - , monthly calendar, or monthly menu, or find the file in downloads section !

Full Chipper October Newsletter
       October 2018 Calendar
               October 2018 Menu


Click here for the 2018-2019 District Academic Calendar
Last Chance Walk-a-Thon Donations
We’re about $2,000 away from our goal!
There’s still time to collect donations – 
We can accept cash, check, or online donations by PayPal
See the Flyer in the downloads section for details!

Report Cards are on-line
The best way to view your child’s report card is on a computer (one set of directions).  If you don’t have access to a computer, this step sheet will help you to view it on your smart phone or tablet (other set). Both direction sheets are in the download section.

Computer Based Testing for New York State
By the spring of 2020, New York State tests (Grade 3-8) will be computer based. This spring (2018), all 3rd and 4th grade students will complete state tests on the computer. Next spring (2019), grades 5-7 will transition to computer based and the following spring (2020), grade 8 testing will be computer based. For more information and useful websites, see download section.

School Store Order Form
Please check out the supplies at our school store - order form is in the download section.