Sandy Creek Central School District
About The Sandy Creek Central School District
Our district is located in Northern Oswego County, with Lake Ontario on the western border and the vast Tug Hill Plateau on the eastern front. The twin villages of Sandy Creek and Lacona are located between Syracuse to the south and Watertown to the north. Our school district enjoys the advantages of rural living with the education and cultural opportunities of nearby larger cities.
The Sandy Creek Central School District provides educational programming to 800+ students in Pre-Kindergarten through the Twelfth Grade, grouped by grade level. All grade levels follow an inclusion model and the district is well-known for its successful program. State-of-the-art technology is at the fingertips of each Sandy Creek student. Features include a distance learning classroom, numerous computer labs and each classroom is equipped with at least five computers and a faculty laptop, all with internet access.
The district is proud of its 95% graduation rate and the fact that 75% of the graduates continue in some form of post-secondary programming. The district just completed a 33 million dollar renovation project. The project nearly doubled the size of the district's single school building. The district offers state-of-the-art educational and athletic facilities to its students, staff and community. It is our hope that this website will provide you with additional information about our district. Our Technology Staff has worked very hard to design a website that is easy to navigate and provide you with useful information. Thank you for visiting our website.
If you are unable to find what you are looking for, please contact the District Office at (315)-387-3445.
Do you suspect abuse or maltreatment?
Contact: OCFS website http://ocfs.ny.gov/main/cps/
Call our Statewide Toll Free Telephone Number: 1-800-342-3720
If you are deaf or hard of hearing, call TDD/TTY at 1-800-638-5163 or have your Video Relay System provider call 1-800-342-3720
If you believe that a child is in immediate danger, call 911 or your local police department.