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  • Building Access Update: During the week of August 19 access to the main entrance may be limited due to waxing of the floors. Please use the entrance by the Athletic Office and Freshman foyer. 

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  • Student Handbook and Code of Conduct

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  • The Summer Reds Tale

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  • Welcome letter to freshmen and their families. 

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  • Seniors: Click if you want parking/driving and senior priviliges on the first day of school!

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  • Summer office hours:

    • Main Office-Open daily from 8:00-3:00 pm
    • Athletic Office-Open daily from 8:30-2:30 pm
    • Nurses Office-Open Monday-Thursday from 8:00-1:00 pm starting July 8 and ending August 16
    • Counseling Office-Open daily from 7:30-3:00 pm
    • Summer School Office-Open Monday-Thursday, 7:45-2:00 pm
      • Call 315-332-3240 ext. 2225 to talk with the principal (Ms. Laurie Palmisano)
      • Call 315-332-3240 ext. 2961/2962 to talk with Ms. Jen Michael (clerical stationed at the greeter desk)
      • Call 315-332-3240 ext. 2229 to talk with Ms. Amy Pieters (clerical stationed in the library classroom)
        • NHS Summer School classes run July 8-August 12 from 8:30-1:30 pm. The August Regents exam period is August 13-14
        • Summer Graduation: TBD
    • Permit/Capstone Office-Open from 8:30-10:30 am on July 1, 8, 23 and 29 and August 7, 20 and 27
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Mission and Vision

  • Our Mission and Vision

    We are a school community with deeply held hometown pride, committed to readying young people to be life-long learners with experiences aimed at continuously motivating us to hone our skills in the complex tasks of teaching and learning.
    Our community is devoted to providing supports for the aspirations of our adolescents as they mature into adults with ambitious plans for college and careers.

    embody the school values and impart confidence while providing an inviting classroom environment with clear expectations and specific academic and behavioral goals. Students embody the school values through intellectual and emotional perseverance. Families embody the school values while remaining actively involved as advocates for their children and supporters of the school programs and staff.