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The South Lewis Class of 2016 was greeted and congratulated by elementary and middle school students at Glenfield, Port Leyden, and South Lewis Middle School for the 1st Annual Senior Walk on June 7, 2016.  Seniors, wearing their caps and gowns, marched through the halls as "Pomp & Circumstance" played in the background of the reading of the seniors' names and future plans.
Congratulations Class of 2016


fb Please Support the Varsity Football team.
We have been given the opportunity to play in the Kickoff Classic at the Carrier Dome in Syracuse, NY on Sunday, September 4, 2016 at 8:00PM. The program needs to sell 300 tickets for this privilege. Click HERE for order form to to turn into Coach Absolom.

Please contact Coach Absolom with any questions or 348-2520.

If you purchase a ticket and shirt, please wear it to the game and help us kick-off the season of  UNFINISHED BUSINESS!

First Annual South Lewis
Mini Wrestling Camp
July 7th and July 8th
   Click Here for details


Kindergarten Registration

South Lewis Central Schools

All South Lewis Central School District students who turn five (5) years old before December 1, 2016 are eligible to begin Kindergarten in September 2016.  Please contact the elementary school that your child will be attending, if you have not already done so, to ensure that your child is registered for Kindergarten.  You may contact Sue Stoffle at Glenfield at 348-2620 or Beth Schindler at Port Leyden at 348-2660 to register.  If you have specific questions about Kindergarten, you may contact Martha Jones, Glenfield Principal, at 348-2620 or Chris Villiere, Port Leyden Principal, at 348-2660.



The SMART SCHOOLS BOND ACT Approved last November (2014), as set forth in section one of part B of chapter 56 of the laws of 2014, authorizes the sale of state bonds of up to two billion dollars ($2,000,000,000) to provide access to classroom technology and high speed internet connectivity to equalize opportunities for children to learn, to add classroom space to expand high quality prekindergarten programs, to replace classroom trailers with permanent instructional space, and to install high-tech smart security features in schools. Each district must submit a Smart Schools Investment Plan to the Smart Schools Review Board for approval. The Smart Schools Review Board may approve the plan, reject the plan, or return the plan to the school district for modifications. Once the Smart Schools Investment Plan is approved, the school district will be eligible to begin receiving grant funds, up to the amount of its Smart Schools allocation amount, to reimburse costs of the approved projects. The State Education Department will administer the grant funds.
HERE is the South Lewis Central School Districts Investment Plan