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High school literary magazine named one of top student magazines in the state

Voices , the Fayetteville-Manlius High School literary magazine, has been named one of the top student literary... <more info>

Former F-M coach returns to lead varsity football team

Paul Muench thought that he was ready to move on from coaching. When he notified the Fayetteville-Manlius... <more info>

F-M students create pop-up museum to showcase Native American culture (video included)

To teach their peers about Native American culture,  Enders Road Elementary School f ourth-grade students ... <more info>

Regional school budget advocacy event to be held Feb. 5

Stakeholders from 33 school districts will converge on North Syracuse Junior High School on Feb. 5 to draw attention... <more info>

F-M art program excels at 2015 Scholastic Art Awards

Fayetteville-Manlius School District art students in grades seven through 12 recently won a total of 154 awards at... <more info>

Governor ties education reform to state aid increases for school districts

Governor Andrew Cuomo recently released his 2015-16 Executive Budget Proposal, which ties an increase in school... <more info>

Booster club to hold silent auction to benefit F-M sports programs

Looking for a unique shopping experience? The Fayetteville-Manlius All Sports Booster Club’s 13 th  ... <more info>

Monday, February 2, 2015
 - MR - Grades K & 1 PE Open House
Friday, February 6, 2015
 - Report Cards Go Home
Monday, February 9, 2015
 - All County Jazz Auditions
 - Board of Education
Tuesday, February 10, 2015
 - Parent Council

In The Spotlight

In The Spotlight
Students at Mott Road Elementary School have worked with their teachers to create a wide variety of videos.  

In The Spotlight
The oldest portion of Wellwood Middle School’s roof dates back to its original 1933 construction. That section is not covered by any warranty and some areas leak. The single pane windows in...

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