Reopening F-M Schools

Fayetteville-Manlius School District 2020-21 School Reopening Plan. Reopening advisory committees with representation from all stakeholder groups helped shape the reopening plan, which is based on all available guidance from state and public health agencies. For updated COVID-19 information from the school district, including important notices, learning and childcare resources, and food distribution plans, please go to this page.

April 24 COVID-19 update: All Sports Booster Club collecting bottles and cans

Are your cans and bottles piling up in your garage?

The Fayetteville-Manlius All Sports Booster Club (FMASBC) will take them off your hands and put the deposit return to good use. 

The FMASBC is holding an extended bottle and can collection to help raise funds to support F-M athletics. With the district bracing for a challenging budget year, the FMASBC has reached out to the athletics office to offer financial support. 

The club is an organization of volunteers that provides funding and support to competitive F-M sports teams above and beyond what the district provides. 

For example, the group provided funds to enhance the district’s scoreboards at the turf field, the Swan Pond soccer venue and the baseball and softball complexes.  

The FMASBC has set up trailers that will be in place through July 15 for bottle and can collection at two drop‐off locations: 

  • Manlius Village Centre
    1 Arkie Albanese Ave., Manlius 
  • Fayetteville Fire Department
    425 E. Genesee St., Fayetteville

The club will also pick up bottles and cans; email fmbooster89@gmail.com to request a pickup. 

Continued communications

The district will continue to update the community via the district website with any new information and frequently asked questions.

Any time-sensitive, critical information will be shared via the district’s SchoolMessenger notification system, which sends email, text message and phone call notifications, depending upon how parents subscribed to the system.

More COVID-19 information and previous F-M COVID-19 communications