The Fayetteville-Manlius School News Notifier (SNN) system is designed to help parents and other community members stay in touch with what is happening within the Fayetteville-Manlius School District.
SNN is an opt-in email alert system, meaning residents must sign up to receive email alerts from the district. These alerts can include everything from school closings to the latest news from the district and individual schools. Users can choose which alerts they wish to receive, and they can unsubscribe at any time.
**Your email address will be kept confidential.**
Click here to continue to the School News Notifier home page.
How do I sign up?
Go to the SNN home page and create a profile. You will be asked to fill in your name, email address, and to select a password. Once you create your profile, you will be asked to select which alerts you would like to receive. Once you choose your alerts and click subscribe, you will be all set! (You can change your email address or selected alerts at anytime by logging in to the system.)
Closings and delays: Sign up for this alert to receive emails about school closings and delays You can also receive these alerts through text messages to your cell phone.
District News: Sign up for this alert to receive news of interest to all district residents, including upcoming Board of Education meetings, the school budget, student achievements and district programs.
Enders Road Elementary news: Find out about news, events and activities specific to Enders Road Elementary School.
Fayetteville Elementary news: Find out about news, events and activities specific to Fayetteville Elementary School
Mott Road Elementary news: Find out about news, events and activities specific to Mott Road Elementary School.
Eagle Hill Middle School news: Find out about news, events and activities specific to Eagle Hill Middle School.
Wellwood Middle School news: Find out about news, events and activities specific to Wellwood Middle School.
F-M High School news: Find out about news, events and activities specific to Fayetteville-Manlius High School.
What text alerts do you offer?
We offer text alerts for emergency closings and delays only. If you would like to receive this, you must include your cell phone number on the sign-up page. If you would not like to receive text alerts for emergency closings and delays, do not include your cell phone number. And if you change your mind in the future about text alerts, you can go back into your profile and either add your cell phone number or delete it. Please note, we will not use your cell phone number for any other purpose.
Will parents still receive telephone alerts about school closings and delays through Connect Ed?
Yes, we will use both systems - Connect Ed. and SNN - to notify parents about emergency school closings and delays. We chose to continue with Connect Ed., because no sign-up is required. Essentially, all parents will receive phone calls about emergency closings and delays just as they did before. In addition, if you sign up for SNN and choose the Emergency Notification alert, you will receive an e-mail and a text message (assuming you have listed your cell phone number on the sign-up page). This improves our chances of reaching everyone during a school closing. It also allows not only parents, but also grandparents and other caregivers to receive this notification.
How do I change what notifications I am subscribed to?
After you log in, your profile page will appear. Click the checkbox next to each notification you'd like to receive to subscribe to that notification. To unsubscribe from any notification simply uncheck the appropriate box. When you are finished click "Update."
How do I unsubscribe from ALL notifications?
If you decide that you don't want to receive ANY updates from Fayetteville-Manlius' SNN system, it is easy to unsubscribe. When you visit the SNN home page, there is an "unsubscribe" link on the right-hand navigational rail. Click on it, fill in the form and you're done!
Why does my email program think SNN notifications are junk mail?
Some email programs or providers are very aggressive about identifying spam or junk mail. Our SNN return email is a valid email address called email@example.com. However, it is possible that your email program might put messages from this address into your spam folder. To help eliminate this possibility, please add firstname.lastname@example.org to your email "whitelist" or list of trusted senders.