Links to Syracuse City School District and other Educational Resources:
SCSD with information about meal pick-up sites, learning from home and cancellations.
As of March 30, meals will be offered three times a week rather than daily. Meals will be picked-up Monday, Wednesday and Friday 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Pick-up on Monday will be for Monday & Tuesday, Wednesday for Wednesday & Thursday and Friday for that day. The Central Library, Lincoln Middle School and Meachem Elementary School will also no longer serve as pick-up sites.
Amazing Educational Resources has compiled a list of free educational opportunities for families.
Onondaga County Library System offering virtual support while their branches remain closed.
WCNY has worked with local educators to create daily content for its viewers.
Fred Rogers Production is producing free content.
Sesame Street has created free content, activities, and worksheets.
The MOST Museum is providing homework help and resources.
Seward House Museum will offer "Live Stream Lunches" on Facebook on Thursdays at 12:00 p.m.
The National Aquarium will be streaming for free some of their exhibits.
Syracuse City Ballet is offering daily virtual classes.
The Erie Canal Museum is offering digital exhibits.
Lakeshore Learning is offering free worksheets and other resources for families.
Healthy at Home is offering tips for families.
Unite for Literacy is providing audiobooks in 45 languages.
Scholastic is offering weekly lesson plans.
Blogger Jodi Southard is highlighting some additional free resources.
ABC Mouse, Adventure Academy, and ReadingIQ are using the code: SCHOOL7771 for a free subscription RIGHT NOW!
The following resources are geared more towards middle and high school students:
Amazon Future Engineer is providing free courses.
Unity Learning is providing free coding lessons.
Age of Learning has resources for K-12.
Digital Civics Toolkit is offering free lesson plans.
Google Arts and Culture allows students the opportunity to explore the world and some of the most famous art pieces.
Vocabbett is offering free stories.
Shmoop is offering free SAT and ACT prep courses.
Muzology is offering lessons that combine music and math to teach students.
HippoCampus is offering free videos that cover a variety of topics for middle school to college students.