NSCSD Off-Site Educational Resources
|The North Syracuse School District has launched its Off-Site Educational Resources Website.
This website is designed to support our students and parents with off-site resources during the school closure. It is organized by grade-level, with each grade broken into core subjects. Parents can use this as a learning resource on a daily basis with their child. The grade-level activities and resources on this website have been developed to extend prior learning and engage students during the period of school closure.
To have full access, please have your child log into their school account. If you need assistance, please follow the directions on the homepage.
We will continuously enhance and add content. The New York State Education Department is compiling a catalogue of resources that will be shared on this website once it is available in the next few days. If you have any questions, please contact the support line at 315-218-2108.
We look forward to the students return to school and will continue to communicate with parents throughout this time. Be mindful of social distancing and follow the guidelines as set by government officials to help “flatten the curve”. Take care and stay safe.
The New York State Education Department, Office of Special Education is sharing the following resource provided by the IRIS Center. Resources are provided for informational purposes only and do not constitute NYSED endorsement of any websites or other sources. Please be aware that websites listed may change. The information provided is true and complete to the best of our knowledge.
The IRIS Center has created a new module specifically for parents titled Parents: Supporting Learning During the COVID-19 Pandemic. This module offers practical tools and easy-to-implement strategies to help clarify what is and is not a parents role during school closure and provides information for parents on how to support their child’s learning and social emotional wellbeing. The IRIS Center, housed at the Peabody College Vanderbilt University, is funded through a cooperative agreement with the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP).