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    SCS Treasurer's Office is providing frequently asked questions regarding the upcoming levy - visit the treasurer's page by clicking Our District, then Departments. Within the treasurer's page, you can also find the most recent 5-year forecasts and assumptions. 

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    The Board of Education office will be closed Friday, July 3 through Friday, July 10. It will reopen on Monday, July 13. Happy Independence Day! 

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    Register for Latchkey now! Complete and return the forms linked on this page along with the $20 registration fee to Paige Barker at the Board of Education office.

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Four 3rd grade students stand side by side, smiling with arms around each other wearing black tee shirts with the words "Yellow Jacket Pride" in yellow. JACKET PRIDE: Sidney High School Drama Club students presented Alice in Wonderland in November. Pictured are the Queen of Hearts, many of her subjects, the tea party characters and Alice. JACKET PRIDE: Mr. Meyer's STEM class uses VEX IQ robotics kits to make robots. Sage works to troubleshoot and repair a malfunctioning robot. JACKET PRIDE - Whittier Early Childhood Center students enjoy their field trip to Crossway Farms. Picture ID: four preschool-age girls bundled up in hats and coats enjoy a hayride. Black & white photo elementary students stand with hands over hearts with the SHS football team for the playing of the National Anthem during Elementary Night! Eighth-grade band members stand alongside The Pride of Sidney during the pregame ceremonies. Family members ranging in ages from middle age to preschool stand next to a brick wall wearing black and yellow spirit clothing. Jacket Pride - Superintendent Humble and the Jacket Pack kick off the fall football season with pride! 

Photo Description: Co-ed high school students wearing black and yellow pose with the male superintendent of their school.
Welcome to Sidney City Schools!

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Welcome

Welcome to Sidney City Schools, home of the Yellow Jackets! Serving approximately 3,500 students in the communities of Sidney, Port Jefferson, and Maplewood. 

 

It is the mission of Sidney City Schools to inspire, empower, and prepare our students for their best future. Our vision is to meet the needs of all students in a safe, respectful, and responsible learning community.

 

Our students have access to programs, activities, and services that allow them to achieve success in the classroom, on stage, at the game, and in the community. We are proud of our many curriculum offerings, as well as the great accomplishments of our students. Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter - @sidneyschools - to see our #JacketPride. 

 

ALL students must register for the upcoming 2020-2021 school year prior to the first day of school on Tuesday, September 8. Returning students should visit www.sidney-oh.finalforms.com to complete their registration. 

 

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SHS Social Distancing Graduation 2020 Class of 2020 Graduates 268 Congratulations to the Sidney High School Class of 2020! On Saturday, June 20, 2020, at Sidney Memorial Stadium, Sidney High School held their 149th commencement ceremony, graduating 268 students. Read more about graduation and the SHS Class of 2020 - find the entire awards, honors, & ... Read More
2020-2021 School Year Registration It is now time to update your child's Final Forms registration for the 2020-2021 school year. Click READ MORE for specific information regarding returning students, kindergarten registration, and preschool registration. Read More
Reduction in Force for Some Sidney City Schools Employees Sidney City Schools Board of Education met Monday, May 18, 2020, for their regular monthly meeting. They voted to non-renew the contracts of 68 instructional aides due to a reduction in force, in addition to five IT employees for the same reason. The reduction in force of staff was impacted by ... Read More
Wilson Health at Sidney City Schools ribbon cutting ceremony Wilson Health Clinic Opens at Sidney City Schools There’s a need in Sidney City Schools that is being addressed, according to school superintendent, Bob Humble. “In order for kids to achieve and succeed, they’ve got to be in school,” says Humble. “And one of the biggest barriers is not having quick access to medical ... Read More
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