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Cicero District and Curriculum

The Town of Cicero, New York, is part of the North Syracuse Central School District, which also serves North Syracuse, Clay, Bridgeport, and Mattydale. The district is comprised of one early education school, six elementary schools, two middle schools, one junior high school, and one senior high school. Cicero schools offer a wide range of core subject and elective classes. The curricula for English Language Arts and math are based on the 2011 New York State P-12 Common Core Learning Standards. The curricula in all other classes, including science, music, and health, are based on the 1996 New York State Learning Standards.

We currently cover the following Cicero-area school district: North Syracuse Central School District.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Cicero District Curriculum

Cicero’s English language arts students are expected to develop and demonstrate literacy in a wide rage of subject areas, genres, and mediums. Though the English Language Arts curriculum is concerned with reading and writing, those are not its only focus. Students also work to develop and demonstrate speaking, listening, and language skills that allow them to build knowledge, understand other points of view, and expand their ideas and worldviews.

Cicero’s math students are expected to develop a deep understanding of core mathematics concepts. From the earliest grades students reason abstractly, seek to understand what makes mathematical statements true of false, and analyze and solve mathematics problems. Students are expected to take these skills out of the classroom and apply them to real world applications such as statistics and in matters of economics and finance.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Cicero Educational News

  • Chamber of Commerce Honors Students - The Greater North Syracuse Chamber of Commerce will honor 16 Cicero-North Syracuse HS Students. The Chamber of Commerce will present the students with awards in areas such as art, community service, and diversity. Each student will also receive $50.
  • Optimist Club Oratorical Contest - Gillette Road Middle School student represented the North Syracuse Central School District at an oratorical contest. Two district students traveled to Albany to compete in the New York State Optimist Club Oratorical Contest, at which they delivered speeches.
  • Local Teacher to Attend Space Academy - A North Syracuse Junior High School science teacher is preparing for blast off! Greg Flick, who has taught Earth science at North Syracuse Junior High, will attend the Honeywell Educators at Space Academy space camp at the U.S. Space and Rocket Center.

Cicero Tutors Can Help Your Student Succeed

SchoolTutoring Academy works with young learners and students, all the way up through high school. We offer Pre-K and Kindergarten Tutoring as well as Elementary School Tutoring to build a strong learning foundation early on. We also offer comprehensive tutoring across all school subjects.

Chalk Talk: Media Savvy

It is good for students to be well read, but literacy does not begin and end with words on a page or screen. Today’s kids are constantly bombarded with messages from films, online videos, songs, and advertisements. As such, it is important that students develop media literacy, in particular the ability to distinguish quality information and to recognize the amount of time spent on different genres of online media. Students who are capable of interpreting, critiquing, and discussing the texts they read are also capable of interpreting, critiquing, and discussing the messages they get from audio and visual sources. However, they are often reluctant to do this because they do not think of it as a normal part of consuming media. It is important for teachers and parents to encourage students to treat audio and visual media in they same way they treat texts. After all, they get most of their information these forms of media.