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Cicero Schools

Cicero Schools – Cicero Schools have long been a very respected and highly sought after school system in the Central New York area. It is an area with great diversity, easy access to all conveniences, medical facilities, and and incredible abundance of recreational locations.

 

Cicero Schools wants you to imagine an education that prepares students to attend any college or pursue any career of their choice and readies them to engage in the world as lifelong learners and to reinvent it, where:

  • STUDENTS have rich opportunities to discover and explore their talents, understand their progress toward their goals, are motivated and supported to own their learning
  • FAMILIES have all the information they need to understand and support student progress and growth and are engaged with the district through strong two way communications
  • SCHOOLS are beacons that accelerate the growth and progress of every student, every day, paving a path to a better social, economic, and democratic future for students and the community as a whole
  • NON-INSTRUCTIONAL STAFF understand and appreciate their roles in supporting every student and in turn are appreciated for their contributions to student growth and development
  • TEACHERS ARE RESPECTED PROFESSIONALS who thrive in collaborative school environments and feel supported to ensure every student learns and grows, even and especially when students are struggling
  • PRINCIPALS ARE LEADERS who have clear goals for their schools and are supported and enabled to build the collective capacity of their teachers and staff to ensure students are learning and goals are met
  • DISTRICT OFFICE holds schools accountable to drive student growth and provides schools with the supports (professional development, data, research on the latest innovations, curricular supports, and opportunities for collaboration ) they need to thrive
  • BOARD provides governance and supports to the district to achieve its goals for student success
  • COMMUNITY is informed and engaged in dialogue with the district on how best to support its goals for student success

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Cicero-North Syracuse High

6002 Route 31

Cicero, NY 13039

Phone: (315) 218-4100

 

North Syracuse Junior High

5353 W. Taft Road

North Syracuse, NY 13212

Phone: (315) 218-3600

 

Roxboro Road Middle

300 Bernard Street

Mattydale, NY 13211

Phone: (315) 218-3300

 

Gillette Road Middle

6150 South Bay Road

Cicero, NY 13039

Phone: (315) 218-3000

 

Smith Road Elementary

5959 Smith Road

North Syracuse, NY 13212

Phone: (315) 218-2800

 

Roxboro Road Elementary

200 Bernard Street

Mattydale, NY 13211

Phone: (315) 218-2700

 

Lakeshore Road Elementary

7180 Lakeshore Road

Cicero, NY 13039

Phone: (315) 218-2600

 

Cicero Elementary

5979 Route 31

Cicero, NY 13039

Phone: (315) 218-2500

 

KWS Bear Road Elementary

5590 Bear Road

North Syracuse, NY 13212

Phone: (315) 218-2400

 

Allen Road Elementary

803 Allen Road

North Syracuse, NY 13212

Phone: (315) 218-2300

 

Main St. Early Ed.

205 South Main Street

North Syracuse, NY 13212

Phone: (315) 218-2200

 

 

Cicero Schools & NY State Education Department

The Cicero Schools District is part of the NY State Education Department. The following information is from the NY State Education Department

About the New York State Education Department

The New York State Education Department is part of the University of the State of New York (USNY), one of the most complete, interconnected systems of educational services in the United States.

Our mission is to raise the knowledge, skill, and opportunity of all the people in New York. Our vision is to provide leadership for a system that yields the best educated people in the world.

Main Branches

The State Education Department has the following main branches, each under the direction of the Commissioner of Education:

Office of P-12 Education (P12)
The Office of P-12 Education oversees pre-K through 12th grade programs. The division has diverse responsibilities, including: AccountabilityState AssessmentCurriculum, Assessment, and Educational TechnologyInformation and Reporting ServicesSchool InnovationSchool OperationsSpecial Education; and implementing the Regents Education Reform Plan and New York State’s Race to the Top (RTTT) initiatives.

Office of Higher Education (OHE)
This division oversees colleges, universities and proprietary schools; is responsible for the certification of teachers and other school professionals; and oversees programs to improve teacher preparation and recruitment.

Office of Cultural Education (OCE)
OCE includes the State Archives, the State Library, the State Museum, and the Public Broadcasting Office. These institutions are responsible for increasing the knowledge and information resources of State and local government, businesses, and individuals. The Office supports research, operates programs, and develops collections that serve the long-term interests of the institutions and residents of New York.

Office of Performance Improvement and Management Services (PIMS)

PIMS includes the offices of Human Resources, Information Technology, Facilities and Business Services, State Review Office and External Audits.

Chief Financial Office (CFO)

CFO includes the office of Fiscal Services, Budget Coordination, Education Finance, Internal Audit and Internal Controls.

Office of Counsel

Office of the Professions (OP)

Since 1891, the Board of Regents and the New York State Education Department have overseen the preparation, licensure, and practice of the professions. Currently, the Officeregulates forty-eight professions defined in Title VIII of the Education Law.

Office of Adult Career and Continuing Education Services (ACCES)
The Office of Adult Career and Continuing Education Services (ACCES) focuses on the education and employment needs of New York State’s adult Vocational Rehabilitation(including Independent Living Administration), Adult EducationGeneral Educational Development (GED) Testing, and Bureau of Proprietary School Supervision.

Organization Chart

high-level organization chart provides an overview of the relationship among these offices.

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