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Special Olympic Games will take place at Cicero-North Syracuse High School on May 17 Special Olympic Games will take place at Cicero-North Syracuse High School on May 17: The North Syracuse Central School District is proud to be hosting this year's Special Olympics on Thursday, May 17, 2018. The Special Olympics Track & Field Event will take place at the Cicero-North Syracuse (C-NS) High School Athletic Complex. Students will begin arriving at C-NS at approximately 9:30 a.m., with a Parade of Athletes taking place to kick off the day's events, followed by athletic competitions until approximately 1:30 p.m. The rain date for the event is Thursday, May 24, 2018. More than 850 student athletes are expected from local school districts including Baldwinsville, Chittenango, Cortland, East Syracuse Minoa, Fayetteville-Manlius, Jamesville-DeWitt, Liverpool, Lyncourt, Marcellus, North Syracuse, OCM BOCES, Solvay and West Genesee. Everyone is welcome ...
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 and opportunities that inspire students to reach their individual potential as productive citizens. Vision 2020 and our areas of focus remained the priority as decisions were made in terms of where to best allocate resources. The work that the community has done over the last few years to develop ...
District letter to community regarding NYS imposed penalty District letter to community regarding NYS imposed penalty: Please click here to read the April 19, 2018 letter to the community from North Syracuse Central School District's Superintendent of Schools Annette Speach and Board of Education President Michael Shusda.
Second annual Spring into Savings event at Cicero Elementary on May 4 Second annual Spring into Savings event at Cicero Elementary on May 4: North Syracuse Central School District's second annual "Spring into Savings" financial fun fair will take place on Friday, May 4 from 6-8 p.m. at Cicero Elementary.  All elementary students and their parents are invited to attend this informative and fun evening of games, prizes, food and refreshments. The event is hosted by students from the Northstars branch of Core Federal Credit Union. Click here to download the event flyer .  
Cicero-North Syracuse High School students attend Cicero-North Syracuse High School students attend "Common Ground” political symposium: Twelve Cicero-North Syracuse High School students recently attended the "Common Ground" political symposium at Hamilton College. The symposium featured Susan Rice , former U.S. ambassador to the UN and national security advisor to President Obama, and Condoleezza Rice , former Secretary of State and national security advisor to President George W. Bush. Pictured are Josh Bigford and Matty Brisson as they prepare to listen to the guests present their views on the current state of international affairs.
Nine North Syracuse Students Win Tech Awards Nine North Syracuse Students Win Tech Awards: Recently, nine North Syracuse students were honored by the National Center for Women in Infomation Technology.  NCWIT recognizes the accomplishments as well as the goals of young women pursuing their STEM-based dreams.  There were 29 winners and runners-up in Upstate New York; North Syracuse students accounted for 9 of the 29. The awards luncheon took place at the MOST on April 8, 2018. "I couldn't be more proud", said Matt Harbinger, Computer Science teacher and adviser for the Girls Who Code club.  "They are all incredibly bright, peerless in their talents, and on a mission to conquer Earth some day."   State winners were Ava Breitbeck, Halle Bristol, Lee Ferenc and Gianna Germain Runners-up included Shea Dailey, Alexis ...
Board of Education approves 2018-2019 academic calendar Board of Education approves 2018-2019 academic calendar: On Monday, April 2, 2018, the North Syracuse Central School District Board of Education approved a 2018-2019 academic calendar. Included with the calendar are provisions for school closings due to weather-related conditions or other emergency situations. Click here to view the calendar and provisions .
Two North Syracuse educators honored in Women of Distinction Awards Two North Syracuse educators honored in Women of Distinction Awards: Two North Syracuse Central School District educators were recently recognized in the sixth annual Women of Distinction Awards.  Sponsored by New York State Assemblyman Al Stirpe, Danielle Rausa and Karen Seamans from the North Syracuse Central School District, were among eight Central New York women honored at the March 24 ceremony.  The women were the only two recognized in the awards' education category. Rausa, a music teacher at Roxboro Road Middle School, conducts the band, chorus and various musicals. Working within the North Syracuse Central School District since 1997, Rausa formed the Roxboro Road marching band in 2013 to help students better connect with the community. “The next award winner focuses on creating new educational opportunities for all her ...
Graduation requirements for students in grades 7-12 Graduation requirements for students in grades 7-12: Each year the district makes available an updated list of graduation requirements for secondary level students. The letters are available below by class year.  
Roxboro Road Middle School students take part in Central NY Science and Engineering Fair Roxboro Road Middle School students take part in Central NY Science and Engineering Fair: Several students from Roxboro Road Middle School recently competed and presented projects at the 39 th Annual Central NY Science and Engineering Fair. The group of students was the first ever to represent Roxboro Road Middle School at the fair, which is sponsored by The Most and Lockheed Martin. Student participants from Roxboro Road Middle School were: Ethan Matthews, Ethan Haahr, Logan Monday, Joshua Dennis and Jackson Dufort. They all did a great job and represented the school and district very well. One student, Ethan Haahr, won Science with Honors and Science and Technology awards. Congratulations and great job!
Middle school FCCLA students participate in state leadership conference Middle school FCCLA students participate in state leadership conference: Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) students from Roxboro Road Middle School and Gillette Road Middle School recently attended the  New York State FCCLA Leadership Conference.  The conference provided students with the opportunity to interact with, and learn from other FCCLA students from around the state.  During the March 22 event held at the Double Tree Conference Center in East Syracuse , students engaged in various workshops such as: Your Digital Tattoo & Online Image , Traffic Safety , Dress for Success and a culinary demonstration. This was an outstanding experience for our FCCLA students and gave them the opportunity to showcase their leadership skills.
Roxboro Road Middle School students to participate in All-County Music Festival Roxboro Road Middle School students to participate in All-County Music Festival: Congratulations to the following Roxboro Road Middle School students who will be participating in the Onondaga Elementary All-County Festival on April 7 at West Genesee High School: Band : Caroline Henry, Yujin Lee, Neve Canino, Jacob Chiem, Corynn Frysinger, Natalie Miles, Nolan Fabela, Eric Donofrio, Colin Hong Orchestra: Hannah Forsyth, Evan Champ, Sarah Dobbins, Connie Dunn, Riley Clarke, Caitlyn Clancy Great job on your musical accomplishments!  
Role Reversal: Students Become Educator Role Reversal: Students Become Educator: Students at Cicero-North Syracuse high school normally spend their days learning in a classroom from their teachers, but yesterday they took on a different role. On Thursday, March 22, students from the board of directors for the Northstars Branch, a student-run credit union at C-NS High School sponsored by CORE Federal Credit Union, became educators and mentors for younger students in the district.   Eleven high school students spent the morning at Roxboro Road Middle School making interactive presentations to more than 800 students, and shared their insights on a number of important money management and consumer awareness topics. Presentations took place in the auditorium of the middle school, with separate sessions involving all sixth, seventh and grade graders attending the ...
3 Cicero-North Syracuse High School students recognized in National Art Awards program 3 Cicero-North Syracuse High School students recognized in National Art Awards program: The Art Department at Cicero-North Syracuse High School is proud to announce that four student works of art were awarded National Silver or Gold Medals for the Scholastic Art Competition!   Ripley Hoffman, grade 12, received a National Gold Medal for the drawing "Double Portrait" and a National Silver Medal for the painting "Bird" .   Alexis Pyke, grade 12, received a National Gold Medal for the photograph "Don't Touch Those" . Maxine Cooper, grade 10, received a National Silver Medal for the printmaking piece "Ri0t" . These three talented students' works will be recognized at the National Scholastic Art Awards Ceremony on June 7th at Carnegie Hall in New York City. ...
EEP at Main Street now accepting registration for summer and next fall programs EEP at Main Street now accepting registration for summer and next fall programs: The North Syracuse Central School District is accepting registrations for its Early Education Pre-K Program at Main Street School for the 2018 summer program (July 5 through August 14 ) and for the 2018/19 school year. Preschool Education Programs at Main Street School are offered for children ages 3 and 4 years old. In order to enroll your child in a FULL-day program for the 2018/19 school year, he/she must be 3 years old by 9/1/18. In order to enroll your child in a HALF-day program for the 2018/19 school year or in a summer session, he/she must be 3 years old by 12/1/18. The North Syracuse Central School District has designed its Early Education Program to be a fully integrated preschool opportunity for children 3 & 4 years of age. Young children who have special needs participate ...
District letter to community regarding security measures District letter to community regarding security measures: Dear North Syracuse Central School District Community: The tragic events at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, Texas and at the Route 91 Harvest Music Festival in Las Vegas, Nevada remind us how vulnerable we all are in public settings. We acknowledge that these recent events have caused an increased level of concern. These events and others dating back to Columbine, have challenged us to rethink our approach to school safety and security. The North Syracuse Central School District has continuously improved physical security while we proactively address situations that have the potential to result in violent outbursts either in our schools or surrounding community. Part of our proactive approach is to maintain a ...
UPK Registration begins May 14 UPK Registration begins May 14: Starting Monday, May 14, 2018 the North Syracuse Central School District will accept registrations for our Universal Pre-Kindergarten program.  Registration on May 14 will be held at our North Syracuse Junior High School from 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm.  The UPK program is funded by a state grant and is subject to the passage of the New York State budget.  There will be no charge to parents.  If your child qualifies for the program, he/she will be enrolled at one of the following:   Learn As You Grow, Inc.  5684 South Bay Road  Cicero, NY 13039  Learn As You Grow, Inc. 8381 Elta Drive Cicero, NY 13039 Northminster Early Childhood Center 7444 ...
Non-public school transportation applications for 2018-19 school year must be filed by April 1 Non-public school transportation applications for 2018-19 school year must be filed by April 1: To parents and guardians of students residing in the North Syracuse Central School District: As required by New York State Law, applications for bus transportation to/from private and parochial schools and to/from day care, during the 2018-19 school year, must be filed prior to April 1, 2018. Applications are available by clicking here and may also be picked up and returned to the North Syracuse Central School District Transportation Department, 5520 East Taft Road, North Syracuse, NY 13212. For further information, please call the Transportation Department at 315/218-2107.  
Cicero-North Syracuse High School Presents ‘Oklahoma!’ Cicero-North Syracuse High School Presents ‘Oklahoma!’: Cicero-North Syracuse High School and Drs. Callahan, Flanagan, Smith & Stock Orthodontics are pleased to announce the spring musical, ‘Oklahoma!’.  Join us as we celebrate this ground-breaking musical’s 75th Anniversary on Thursday, March 15; Friday, March 16; and Saturday, March 17 . Performances will take place at 7:00 p.m. each evening in the Cicero-North Syracuse High School Auditorium.   The first of many collaborations by Rogers and Hammerstein, Oklahoma! is credited by historians as marking the beginning of the modern American Musical.  Rodgers & Hammerstein's first collaboration remains, in many ways, their most innovative, having set the standards and established the rules of musical theatre still being followed today.  Set in ...
2018 Science Olympiad Results 2018 Science Olympiad Results: On Saturday, January 27, Science Olympiad teams from Cicero-North Syracuse High School competed in the Regional Science Olympiad Competition held at LeMoyne College.  Out of a total of thirty-Seven teams competing, C-NS Team Green finished third and Team Blue Finished thirteenth.  The teams competed in twenty six events which covered topics related to Earth Science, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, and Technology.  The teams medaled in twenty-four of the twenty-six events.  The following is a list of those events, along with the students who participated in them.   Anatomy & Physiology - Meghan Frye and Natalie Taylor (4 th ) and  Alex Nobles and Seaver Schultz (7 th ) Astronomy -  Emily Temple and Molly Dano (4 th ) Disease Detectives - Alexa ...



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