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All students in the NSCSD will take part in remote instruction through Friday, January 15. Hybrid instruction will resume on Tuesday, January 19.


For Technical Support, visit our technology website by clicking here or call our Tech Helpline at (315) 218-2108

Many teachers are delivering instruction on Google Meet and Zoom. In an effort to maintain the integrity of the learning environment and respect student privacy, parents should not be taking screenshots or recording instructional learning sessions.
Thank you for your continued cooperation in keeping our remote learning environments safe and private for our students and teachers.

Click here for NSCSD's COVID-19 information, including important notices, learning and childcare resources, and food distribution plans

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Home Instruction


Parents who intend to home school their children are required to adhere to the New York State Education Department’s (NYSED) regulations and guidance regarding home instruction.  For more information on home instruction, please visit the NYSED website by clicking here. 

If you intend to home school your child(ren) and live in the North Syracuse Central School District, please submit your letter of intent to home school for each child of compulsory attendance age to be taught at home to:

Christopher R. Leahey, Ed.D., 
Associate Superintendent for Teaching and Learning
5355 West Taft Road
North Syracuse, NY  13212

Contact Julia Shannon at (315) 218-2147 for additional information.

You will receive a letter from the District acknowledging receipt of your letter of intent along copies of Board of Education policies governing home instruction and the Commissioner’s Regulation Section 100.10:

The District is charged with the responsibility to review each proposed home instruction program and to monitor the progress of students throughout the year.

A completed Individualized Home Instruction Plan (IHIP) must be received within four weeks of the date of receipt of the acknowledgement of the letter of intent to home school or by July 31 of each year, whichever is later.