Parent ResourcesThe North Syracuse Central School District strives to provide parents and guardians with a variety of resources to help their students and families cope with life events.
Visitors: Visitors are welcome in our schools. All visitors (including parents) must report to the school office upon entering the building to sign in with a valid driver's license and receive a visitor’s pass. This request is made to aid you, to prevent the interruption of classes and to prevent unauthorized individuals from entering the schools.
Use of School Facilities: The North Syracuse Central School District encourages the use of school facilities by community organizations to the extent that it does not interfere with regular school activities. Interested groups should contact the building principal for a facility requisition form. Fees and certificates of insurance may be required based on activity. For additional information on facility usage, visit their website by clicking here.
Following are some additional helpful links and documents for our families. Driver’s Education is held at Cicero-North Syracuse High School, but the program is offered through OCM BOCES. In order to register for the program, please contact BOCES Adult Education at (315) 453-4455. You can also go to www.ocmboces.org, click on Adult Programs and then on the link for Brochures. Be sure you click on the Liverpool Career Training Center link to download the correct brochure.
English and a New Language (ENL)
Math Resources for Parents
New York State ESSA-Funded Programs Complaint Procedures
New York State Education Department Next Generation Learning Standards Parent Resources
New York State Education Department website
New York State School Counseling Plan
Handbooks for Students and Parents
- North Syracuse Early Education Program
- Elementary Schools (all)
- Gillette Road Middle School
- Roxboro Road Middle School
- North Syracuse Junior High School
- Cicero-North Syracuse High School
Parent Advisory/Awareness Council (PAC): The Parent Advisory/Awareness Council is a district-wide organization that encourages open communication between parents and district-level administration. The council addresses all levels of education from elementary to high school. Meetings consist of roundtable discussions of current issues in the district and are open to any parent/guardian of a child attending school in the NSCSD. All parents are welcome to join the conversation. Meetings are held four times a year, every other month during the school year. There is no commitment.
Each school is encouraged to participate in PAC by having one or more members of their parent-teacher group attend. Maria Borte facilitates meetings and may be reached at email@example.com for more information.
ParentSquare: ParentSquare is a unified app for school communication so parents and guardians can receive all announcements from the district, their children’s schools and teachers in one place, with options to specify how and when parents/guardians are notified. Click here to learn more.
Parent/Teacher Groups & Organizations: Each school in the district has a parent/teacher group or organization to bring together school staff and families. Visit each building's website for more information on their individual PTO or PTG.