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From Mr. Childs: The FBLA Business Club, Drama Club, Choir and Band joined together to attend the Broadway play, Wicked at Shea’s Performing Arts Theater in Buffalo. All seventy participants had a great time as the cast was superb and the story unique. Who would have thought there would be a happy ending to the storyline for the wicked witch? Shea’s was packed with students from many different schools with the buses backed up several city blocks and Scio was proudly one of the school represented. The children laughed, gasped and applauded with great zeal, much to the noticeable delight of the cast. Such enthusiasm by the young people bodes well for the future of the arts! We thank Karl and Scott who let us eat lunch on the bus on the way to the show and drove safely in tough traffic. ... more >>
2017-2018 Immunization Requirements: more >>
Blood Drive May 2017: more >>
Team Trivia Contest: more >>
Book & Rummage Sale: more >>
NYS Comptroller's Audit Report of the Scio Central School District - Payroll: more >>
NHS Fundraiser: more >>
Talent Show: more >>
Penn York College Night 2017: more >>
Career Month - March 2017: The Student Services Department seeks to support and facilitate the educational achievement of every student in Scio Central School through a Comprehensive School Counseling program. An essential component of this program is to promote future goals and career development. Therefore, during the month of March we will be focusing on careers. During Career Month we will seek the collaboration of families, school staff, counselors, and our local community in order to offer a proactive program that will promote student success and life-long learning. Parents and other volunteers will be invited to come in to speak with students regarding their career experiences in order to provide insight into specific jobs. Additionally, there will be a variety of activities that will take place at various ... more >>
SCS Blood Drive March 2017: more >>
Prospective School Board Member Informational Session: more >>
Mike Naughton's Yankee Doodle Circus: more >>
Creative Authors' Treasury (CAT): Be sure to check out the excellent work of the members of the Scio Writers Club. Publications can be viewed at:  http://www.scio.wnyric.org/districtpage.cfm?pageid=464 more >>
SCS Blood Drive: Scio Central School will be a hosting a blood drive: When - January 11, 2017 Where - SCS Elementary Gym Tim - 8:30am - 1:00pm Please call 1-800-RED-CROSS (1-800-733-2767) or visit redcrossblood.org and enter: sciocentralschoolscio to schedule an appointment. Come to donate and receive a FREE American Red Cross T-shirt (while supplies last)! See attached flyer for additional information. more >>
Senior Citizens Holiday Celebration: more >>
Annual Holiday Food Drive: ANNUAL HOLIDAY FOOD DRIVE SPONSORED BY SADD   WHEN: 11/15 THROUGH 11/21   IT’S THAT TIME OF YEAR WHEN WE AS A COMMUNITY PITCH IN AND LEND A HAND TO OUR NEIGHBORS!!  PLEASE BRING IN NON-PERISHABLE ITEMS TO YOUR HOMEROOM.   LET’S MAKE IT A CONTEST!!   K-4 – COMPETE AGAINST EACH OTHER 5-8 – COMPETE AGAINST EACH OTHER 9-12 - COMPETE AGAINST EACH OTHER   ALL THREE WINNERS WILL RECEIVE CUPCAKES AND ICE CREAM   MINIMUM OF 15 ITEMS TO WIN THE PRIZE… GOOD LUCK more >>
Learning is Fun Night: more >>
National Honor Society Freezer Filler: more >>
High School Drama Club Presents...: The Scio HS Drama Club play has been postponed to November 17th.  Come see our show at Learning is Fun Night! There will be two presentations: 5:30pm and 6:30pm in the Elementary Library. Admission is free!  The festival will include two short comedy plays by Chekhov performed by the HS Drama Club. Alumni and community members are invited to perform monologues by Chekhov.  Anton Chekhov, a Russian playwright and author, is considered to be one of the best writers of all time.  His most famous works include Uncle Vanya, The Seagull, Three Sisters, and The Cherry Orchard. If you are interested in performing a monologue at our festival, please contact Drama Club advisor Mary Zdrojewski at mzdrojewski@scio.wnyric.org or 585-593-5510.  Several Chekhov ... more >>



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SCIO CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT
Gregory Hardy, Superintendent

3968 Washington Street
Scio, New York 14880
Phone: 585-593-5510
Fax: 585-593-0653
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