F-M Diversity Coalition plans Culture Festival for Saturday, Feb. 10

The F-M Diversity Coalition will be hosting a Culture Festival on Saturday, Feb. 10 from 12-2:30 p.m. in the high school cafeteria. The event will have student-run booths, activities, food, and performances that showcase the cultural diversity of both the school and larger F-M community. A highlight at this year’s festival: several Syracuse University student-groups …

Fayetteville Elementary principal announces June retirement

Following a 30 year career in education, including 15 years spent at the Fayetteville-Manlius Central School District, Fayetteville Elementary School principal Mrs. Eileen Lux has announced that she will retire in June. “Eileen spent her years at Fayetteville Elementary developing trust, expanding communication, and deepening connections with families,“ explained Superintendent of Schools Dr. Craig Tice. …

Fayetteville Elementary hosts “We All Learn Differently Olympics”

Everybody learns differently. That’s the message behind Fayetteville Elementary School’s WALDO event, which fourth graders experienced in early November.  The “We All Learn Differently Olympics” encompassed two days. The first included a panel of speakers who spoke with students about their own experiences, shared videos, and answered questions.  “The videos provided our students with real …

F-M ranked “#1 Best School District in Syracuse Area” by Niche

The Fayetteville-Manlius Central School District is celebrating an A+ rating and a designation as the #1 Best School District in the Syracuse Area as Niche releases its list of 2024 Best Schools. Niche also ranked F-M #21 of 672 Best School Districts in New York, #9 of 664 Best School Districts for Athletes in New …

District to replace SchoolMessenger with ParentSquare; Distribute digital flyers via Schoology

The Fayetteville-Manlius School District is streamlining its communication tools while maintaining its commitment to ensuring the F-M school community is informed in a way that meets the needs of our district families and staff. In August, the district discontinued its use of PeachJar and will utilize Schoology for the distribution of digital flyers. The transition …

District provides update on mental health initiatives

As the 2022-23 school year nears its midway point, Fayetteville-Manlius School District’s work to support the social, emotional and mental health and wellness of its students and staff members remains a top priority. The district provides support in three primary ways: educating, making connections and providing responsive services.   Earlier this fall, a publication outlining the …

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