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Letter from Mr. Faulkner: Positive COVID case 1/7/21

January 7th, 2021
Brandon Wood, Public Relations

Good afternoon, The Sandy Creek School District had a staff member test positive for COVID-19 today...

Letter from Mr. Faulkner: Sandy Creek CSD moving full remote until Jan. 4

December 7th, 2020
Brandon Wood, Public Relations

December 7, 2020 Good evening, Please be advised that Sandy Creek Central School District will be remote instruction only beginning tomorrow (Tuesday, Dec...

Parent Teacher Conferences will take place virtually Nov. 19+20

November 13th, 2020
Brandon Wood, Public Relations

[i]Below is a letter from Sandy Creek Elementary Principal Mr...

Board President's Message

October 22nd, 2020
John Shelmidine, SCCS Board of Education President

My fellow community members, I hope this message finds everyone in our school community both safe and well...

District launches ParentSquare to streamline communication

October 20th, 2020
Brandon Wood, Public Relations

The Sandy Creek Central School District is pleased to announce a new method of communication aimed at making the process of receiving updates and messaging teachers easier...

Sandy Creek Volunteer Fire Department Captain Lyle Robbins talks to Sandy Creek Elementary students during a recent presentation on fire safety outside.

Local fire departments visit, talk fire safety with Elementary students

October 15th, 2020
Brandon Wood, Public Relations

Local fire departments have been by recently to talk about fire safety with students at Sandy Creek Elementary School...

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Committee survey seeks to identify concerns about child care in Oswego County

October 8th, 2020
Brandon Wood, Public Relations

Do you live in Oswego County and have young children or school-age children that are attending school on either a completely virtual or hybrid virtual/classroom schedule? The LIFT (Learn, Identify, Focus, Transform) Oswego Child Care Committee is conducting a survey on childcare and is looking for input from all families with children...

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January 2021
Letter from Mr. Faulkner: Positive COVID case 1/7/21
December 2020
Letter from Mr. Faulkner: Sandy Creek CSD moving full remote until Jan. 4
November 2020
Parent Teacher Conferences will take place virtually Nov. 19+20
October 2020
Committee survey seeks to identify concerns about child care in Oswego County
Local fire departments visit, talk fire safety with Elementary students
District launches ParentSquare to streamline communication
Board President's Message
September 2020
Important Information Regarding Fall Sports
Student Picture Dates Announced
July 2020
Watch 2020 Commencement, view photo galleries from the big day
June 2020
Food services, Transportation have supplied 60K meals to students since mid-March
Dozens of students participate in virtual Battle of the Books
06.16.2020: Updates on last day, meals, library books
2020 Fifth Grade Graduation
May 2020
05.01.2020: Updates on the 2019-20 school year, current services to continue
05.11.2020: Retrieve student belongings on Saturday, 5/16
Sandy Creek Class of 2020 Valedictorian, Salutatorian announced
Sandy Creek Recreation summer program canceled
05.29.2020: Updates on last day of school, other items
April 2020
04.01.2020: Updates on continuity of learning, meals
04.20.2020: Updates on NY Pause, continuity of learning
March 2020
PHOTOS: Sandy Creek staff work to distribute meals
Meal distribution update: Week of 03.23.2020
Take the parent survey on childcare needs
February 2020
Spotlight in the media: Senior Dowlearn featured on NNY360
NJHS holds donation drive for animals in need
Comets win Section III girls volleyball title, featured on area news
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