Due to overnight weather conditions, South Lewis CSD is on a 2-hour delay today - Wednesday, January 10, 2024. There will be no AM UPK or AM BOCES. Thank you.
6 months ago, SLCSD
Faculty members have selected five students for the December 2023 “Student of the Month” program. This program is sponsored by the National Junior Honor Society and recognizes students who demonstrate a strong work ethic, positive attitude, and good citizenship in our school and community. • Kaitlynn is the fifth-grade recipient of this award. • Lewis is the sixth-grade recipient. • Collin is the seventh-grade recipient. • Leah is the eighth-grade recipient of this award. • Lauryn is the Related Arts “Student of the Month” Congratulations to each student and their family!
7 months ago, South Lewis CSD
December SOTM
Due to weather conditions today, Tuesday, November 28, 2023 South Lewis CSD will be closed. Thank you and have a great day!
8 months ago, SLCSD
Due to weather conditions this morning, Tuesday, November 28, 2023, South Lewis CSD will be on a 2-hour delay. There will be no AM UPK or AM BOCES. Thank you and have a great day.
8 months ago, SLCSD
Isaac (#20) and Matt (#18) were selected to play in the "Mohawk Valley/Will Smith Senior Memorial Senior Bowl" presented by the National Football Foundation last Thursday held at VVS High School. They competed with and against the top seniors in the Mohawk Valley and in Section 3. Congratulations and thank you for representing South Lewis through your hard work and dedication.
8 months ago, South Lewis CSD
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Congratulations to our Artists of the Month for October!
9 months ago, South Lewis CSD
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Dear Parent or Guardian: On Thursday, October 19, 2023, at 8:45 AM the District will be conducting an emergency evacuation drill involving all UPK-12 students and staff. The purpose of the drill is to familiarize South Lewis students and staff with procedures to be used when evacuation of the building and/or campus is necessary. The New York State Education Department recommends school evacuation drills as part of the New York State Commissioner's Regulation 155.17 and the United States Federal Government Homeland Security Act (HSA) of 2002, Pub. L. No. 107-296, 16 Stat. The general plan for the drill will include: • Informing staff and students that this activity is a drill and not a live event. • A building fire drill and/or lockdown may be utilized during the drill. • When directed to do so, students and staff will be moved to "safe zones" identified at each building. The safe zones may include gymnasiums, cafeterias, athletic fields, the bus garage, or other on-campus locations. School administration and staff will review the drill with students and staff at each "safe zone" and/or relocation site. • In previous years we have had students and staff load buses as if they were being evacuated from the campus to an alternative off-campus site such as a local fire hall. However, for the purpose of the drill this year, the students will not be loaded onto buses and/or brought to an alternative location. • The drill will conclude and students will return to their buildings and classrooms to resume the normal day. We would like to thank you and your child(ren) for your cooperation in helping to make this drill a success. I would encourage you to discuss with your child(ren) to take the drill seriously and to use it as a learning experience. The safety of our students is of great importance. This drill will help us be prepared should a real situation take place that requires a lockdown, internal movement, building or campus evacuation, and/or cooperation and communication with emergency services/personnel. Lastly, please be aware that your access to our campus and your child will be restricted during the drill from approximately 8:45 - 9:30 AM. Therefore, we ask that on Thursday, October 19th you plan accordingly for any on-campus needs or visits between 8:45 - 9:30 AM. If you have questions or concerns, please contact your child's building principal or me. Sincerely, Douglas Premo Superintendent of Schools
9 months ago, South Lewis CSD
FALCONS ON THE RUN THURSDAY NIGHT RACES BEGIN TONIGHT! SEPTEMBER 14, 21, & 28 OCTOBER 5 & 12 Where: Meet on the elementary playground Time: 5:00 pm Registration Ages: Pre-K to 6th grade Cost: Free Courses: Race I = 400 meters @ 5:20 pm Race 2 = 1000 meters @ 5:30 pm Race 3 = 1 mile @ 5:45 pm Each racer can choose ONE of the three races. Open to all students who reside in South Lewis District. Please wear sneakers & clothing appropriate for running. Go Falcons!
10 months ago, South Lewis CSD
FALCONS ON THE RUN
It's a big day here at South Lewis! After weeks of driving hither & yon and to & fro; parking uphill, downhill, and parallel; stopping completely and yielding cautiously; signaling left & right and proceeding straight-through, steering hand-over-hand and at positions 10 & 2, these Driver Education students are ready to drive home the point that they are fully prepared to be in the driver's seat! Congratulations to all and to their instructors, Mr. Bush and Mr. Lyndaker, for another successul summer session! See you down the road!
12 months ago, SLHS Office Info
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Hand In Hand Early Childhood Center is hiring two positions for the South Lewis After School Program for the 2023-24 school year. Responsibilities include maintaining documentation, planning, and leading activities for elementary students, and supervising children while maintaining NYS Office of Children and Family Services School Age Child Care licensing regulations. The program hours and planning hours are 2 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. nightly when school is in session. Students are welcome to apply and must be 16 years of age. Please call Hand In Hand Early Childhood Center at 315-376-9414 to inquire or send a cover letter and resume attention to Debbie Murphy at Hand In Hand Early Childhood Center, 5780 Brookside Circle, Lowville NY 13367.
12 months ago, South Lewis CSD
⚽️ Our on-campus summer soccer clinic, hosted by the Utica City Football Club was a great success! 35 participants focused on ball handling, footwork, skills, and drills. Thank you to the Utica Football Club, and South Lewis Coaches for your time and dedication, and thank you to our students and families for taking part and making this experience possible.
12 months ago, South Lewis CSD
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Look at these South Lewis high school students: Living their best lives and making the most of the summer! Shown here are a few students learning the art of the English language with Mrs. Duell, and one student who is getting back to basics by studying life on a cellular level with Miss D'Ambrosi. Keep up the great work, everyone!
12 months ago, SLHS Office Info
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These high school students know the benefits of summer learning: some are exploring the science of our living environment with Mrs. Kaiding, and others are learning the basics of good health and well-being with Mr. Bernard. Thank you, students, for staying motivated during the summer months, and thank you, educators, for keeping our students on the path of educational success. "Together we can do great things."
12 months ago, SLHS Office Info
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Catch our very own Andrew Krokowski, Transportation Supervisor, on WWNY Channel 7 News tonight! He'll be sharing the success of the South Lewis Transportation Department as a winner of Transfinder’s inaugural Top Transportation Teams award. Congratulations again!!
about 1 year ago, South Lewis CSD
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It's all fun and games until someone.... No, really, it IS all fun and games at South Lewis Summer Recreation. Just look at these kids having fun and playing games! Groups can enjoy activities in the gym, swimmers can splash around in the pool, young artists can explore their inner O'Keeffe or Dali, and all can learn a thing or two about a thing or two from the wise and wonderful Ms. Carrie Gunn, Summer Rec Director extraordinaire. Seriously, what a great way for our young Falcons to spend the summer. Thanks to everyone who makes this happen for our community.
about 1 year ago, SLHS Office Info
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We have an opening for a Modified Boys Soccer Coach. Please contact Athletic Director Chris Villiere at 315-348-2600 or via email at CVILLIERE@southlewis.org if interested. Deadline is Friday, July 21, 2023.
about 1 year ago, South Lewis CSD
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The Lewis County Dairy Princess Committee Needs your help! Volunteers are needed to serve dairy products during the Lewis County Fair, July 18-22 2023. This is a great community service opportunity! 4 Hour shifts 10am-2pm, 2pm-6pm, 6pm-10pm Contact Windy Klossner 315-286-5478 or Windy.klossner@yahoo.com or Facebook Messenger
about 1 year ago, South Lewis CSD
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LET YOUR SUMMER ADVENTURE BEGIN! Enchanted Forest/Water Safari tickets are now available in the South Lewis Attendance Office. Stop in to see us today and get your ticket to FUN for the low, low price of $35.00!
about 1 year ago, SLHS Office Info
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This just in... South Lewis CSD Transportation Department has been named one of the Top Transportation Teams in North America by Transfinder and School Bus News magazine! Transportation Supervisor, Andrew Krokowski, states "The team at South Lewis is much more than a team - each member brings their own unique dynamic to the table that makes our team more like a family! This award only further reinforces the outstanding dedication our team strives for to provide safe and efficient transportation to the students of South Lewis CSD. I couldn't be prouder of the team I have the luxury of working with every day!" Superintendent, Douglas Premo, stated "We have long known that the Transportation Team at South Lewis CSD is among the very best. Being recognized by Transfinder with this award is both well-deserved and extremely humbling. The entire South Lewis community and family could not be more proud of the work this group does each day to safely, effectively and efficiently transport our students each day." Winners of this award were selected solely on the anonymous survey response of their teams, with those districts scoring the highest in employee satisfaction receiving the Top Transportation Teams designation. The teams were comprised of all transportation personnel who answered survey questions that covered a variety of areas including: Morale within the department, leadership, safety, and benefits. Supervisor Krokowski will be traveling to Reno, NV, this summer, to be featured on a leadership panel at the "STN Expo" to discuss what makes a Top Transportation Team. Transfinder created this award in response to the inspiring leadership schools demonstrated while dealing with the challenges created by the pandemic. GO FALCONS!
about 1 year ago, South Lewis CSD
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Over 95 high school teams featuring more than 1,200 student-athletes, participated in the 2023 New York State High School Clay Target League’s 2023 State Tournament! Teams were split up according to their division, shooting either Saturday or Sunday. Saturday was our day to shine! Our JV team stepped up and took 3rd in the division and South Lewis Trap Team placed 11th overall. 😎 Congratulations!
about 1 year ago, South Lewis CSD
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