Two students test positive for COVID-19; schools remain open

The Fayetteville-Manlius School District has been notified that two students have tested positive for COVID-19. The district was notified on April 16 that a Fayetteville Elementary School cohort C student tested positive for COVID-19. No students or staff members needed to quarantine because the student who tested positive has not been on campus as they …

Food service makes changes to meal distribution program; free meals continue

Fayetteville-Manlius School District’s Food Service Department will continue to make sure students have access to healthy and nutritious meals whether they are attending school remotely or in person. Due to the increased number of students who will soon be attending school in person, food service will be adjusting the time, frequency and location of its …

Return-to-school update from Superintendent Tice

On April 15, Fayetteville-Manlius School District Superintendent Craig J. Tice sent the following letter via SchoolMessenger to F-M families and staff. Dear F-M Parents and Guardians, We are looking forward to Monday, April 19, when we will welcome the majority of our students for additional days of in-person instruction. This has been a goal of …

COVID-19 return-to-school after illness procedures still in place

As schools open for more in-person instruction, the Fayetteville-Manlius School District nursing staff is reminding staff and families to stay vigilant and monitor COVID-19 symptoms to keep schools safe and open for in-person instruction. The district continues to follow the guidance in the New York State Department of Health Pre-K to Grade 12 COVID-19 Toolkit …

Seven varsity teams earn scholar athlete recognition

The New York State Public High School Athletic Association (NYSPHSAA) recently recognized several Fayetteville-Manlius School District athletic teams as part of its winter Scholar-Athlete program. At the end of each sports season, NYSPHSAA recognizes student-athletes and teams that have achieved academic success. To receive a NYSPHSAA Scholar-Athlete team award, 75 percent of students on a …

County surveying high school families about possible school-based vaccine clinic

On Thursday, April 8, Fayetteville-Manlius School District Superintendent Craig J. Tice sent the following letter to F-M High School families regarding Onondaga County possibly hosting a school-based COVID-19 vaccine clinic at F-M. Dear Fayetteville-Manlius High School Parents and Guardians: As we continue our efforts to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, I am pleased to inform …

District continues to test water for lead

The Fayetteville-Manlius School District recently completed more water testing, checking outlets used for drinking and cooking to make sure they comply with New York state’s requirements for lead in the district’s drinking water.  According to state law, school districts are required every five years to complete a round of lead testing of water outlets used …

F-M Culture Fest kicks off April 8; community invited to participate

Fayetteville-Manlius High School students are celebrating their school community’s cultural diversity with international food, entertainment, literature and more. F-M Culture Fest, which features four virtual events, will be held April 8-17. The special event is being organized by the school’s Diversity Coalition, which formed earlier this school year. “In a time of racism and social …

F-M students advance in history competition

Seven Fayetteville-Manlius High School students will represent their school at a state-level history contest in April. Following top-scoring finishes at the regional qualifier, members of the high school’s National History Day (NHD) Club recently earned spots in this year’s state competition. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, the event will be held virtually this year on April …

Student tests positive for COVID-19; all schools remain open

On April 1, the Fayetteville-Manlius School District was notified that an Eagle Hill Middle School student tested positive for COVID-19. The cohort A student was last in school on March 23 and contact tracing determined that no students or staff members needed to quarantine. At this time, all F-M schools remain open for in-person instruction. …

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