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JE reopening and operating plan during Covid-19 JE reopening and operating plan during Covid-19: At a virtual Board of Education meeting on July 30, the Jordan-Elbridge community was presented with a reopening plan for the 2020-21 school year. To see the full reopening and operating plan during Covid-19, click here. To see the reopening plan presentation from the July 30 Board of Education meeting, click here. To see a recording of the reopening Board of Education meeting, click here.  
Community Announcement July 29: BOE meeting on July 30 to review JE reopening plans Community Announcement July 29: BOE meeting on July 30 to review JE reopening plans: From Superintendent Froio: As many of you know, tomorrow evening we will be holding a Special Board of Education meeting to review the school district’s reopening plans. The meeting will begin at 6:30 p.m. This meeting will be live streamed and the link is attached to this message. Once you have reviewed our plans, please respond to the Reopening Plan Survey. That link is also attached to this message. There is a comment section attached to the survey for you to post questions, concerns, or general comments. We will review the information we receive from the survey and then hold parent forums for all of our school buildings via zoom so that we can further discuss our plans and answer any questions you may have. The parent forums will be scheduled after the Governor announces ...
School Reopening Guidelines School Reopening Guidelines: Governor Andrew Cuomo has given an official timeline for districts to submit school reopening plans and said he will make a decision on whether or not to reopen schools statewide in the fall by early August. On July 13, the state released finalized reopening guidance for school districts. School districts will then submit their safety plans for reopening by July 31. Cuomo said New York state will review school district plans the week of August 1-7. The state then will approve, deny, or suggest changes to those plans. To see the School Reopening Guidelines page, click here.
Congratulations to the Class of 2020 Congratulations to the Class of 2020: A total of 90 students from the Jordan-Elbridge Class of 2020 were recognized during a commencement ceremony at the high school stadium on July 10. Superintendent James Froio welcomed the students in attendance to the district’s 56th commencement ceremony, which was the first of four to be held during the weekend. Because of state restrictions of in-person gatherings related to the COVID-19 pandemic, just class members attended the July 10 ceremony, and the three ceremonies on the weekend were broken up by students’ last names so family members could attend. Following the National Anthem, keynote speaker and high school principal Mark Schermerhorn pointed to various examples of people overcoming adversity as he reflected on the theme of “all you can control in life ...
Online Registration Now Open Online Registration Now Open: Welcome to Jordan-Elbridge Central School District. To register a student, please click here.
School Messenger Message: June 29 School Messenger Message: June 29: From Superintendent Froio Playgrounds and tennis courts are now reopened for public use effective June 29, 2020 The Stadium will remain closed until after graduation Please exercise good hygiene, the use of masks, and social distancing when using the school facilities. Be safe and be well!
Summer food pick up for JE families every Monday and Wednesday Summer food pick up for JE families every Monday and Wednesday: Need some help? Summer food pick up for JE families will take place between 9-11 a.m. every Monday and Wednesday at Jordan-Elbridge High School. Based on the information the district received from a food service survey, there is still significant need for assistance with meals over the summer. As a result, the district was approved for a waiver from the state that allows JE to continue providing meals over the summer. Therefore, the district will provided bulk food pickups for families every Monday and Wednesday. Those who pick up food are asked to drive around to the back of the high school where they will see the JE Eagles tent. Food will then be loaded into your vehicle. Please remember to wear your masks. You should not have to get out of your vehicle. If you have a cooler, ...
Voters approve 2020-21 Jordan-Elbridge school budget; elect three board members Voters approve 2020-21 Jordan-Elbridge school budget; elect three board members: On June 16, Jordan-Elbridge Central School District voters approved the district's $31,390,000 budget for 2020-21 with 1,057 yes votes to 164 no votes, and elected three Board of Education members. The approved budget carries a 0 percent tax levy increase, which falls below the district’s legal limit as defined by New York’s tax levy cap legislation. The budget also decreases spending by 1.37 percent, or $435,000, from the current operating plan. "We are thankful to all of our community members who took the time to fill out absentee ballots and send them in,” said Superintendent James Froio. “Even in such a challenging school budget year because of the COVID-19 pandemic, we are proud to present a budget that supports our students and staff while ...
Brooke Bastian selected as new principal of Elbridge Elementary Brooke Bastian selected as new principal of Elbridge Elementary: Former Elbridge Elementary teacher and Jordan-Elbridge Dynamic Intermediate School principal intern Brooke Bastian was selected as the new principal of Elbridge Elementary on June 3. To watch an introduction video, click here. Bastian – who will enter her 18th year in education – will replace R.J. Hartwell who will assume a position as the district’s business official. She said some of the most significant responsibilities of the position include creating and nurturing positive relationships with students, families, faculty and the community.   “I want people to feel that I am approachable, transparent, and visible. This is a particularly tumultuous time for schools and I will be working to build relationships, trust, and cultivate mutual respect ...
Virtual JEDIS and JEMS art show Virtual JEDIS and JEMS art show: Please see the link below to see a virtual art show featuring work from students at JEMS and JEDIS.  It includes artwork from the school year up until quarantine as well as work students created during distance learning. Please click here.
Online Registration Now Open Online Registration Now Open: Welcome to Jordan-Elbridge Central School District. To register a student, please click here.
BOE adopts $31.3 million budget; vote by absentee ballot on June 9 BOE adopts $31.3 million budget; vote by absentee ballot on June 9: On Tuesday, June 9, Jordan-Elbridge Central School District residents will vote via absentee ballot on a proposed $31,390,000 budget for 2020-21. This budget, which represents a spending decrease of 1.37 percent or $435,000, will result in a 0 percent tax levy increase, which falls below the district’s legal limit as defined by New York’s tax levy cap legislation. Since the 0 percent tax levy increase is below the district’s tax levy cap of 0.06 percent, a simple majority (50 percent of votes plus one) is needed to approve the budget. Residents will also elect three Board of Education members. To see a presentation on the proposed budget, click here. In an executive order issued on May 1, Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced that this year’s school ...
Distance Learning Portal now live Distance Learning Portal now live: The Jordan-Elbridge District Learning Portal is now live. Click here to see a breakdown by school.
JE earns 2020 Best Community for Music Education for eighth consecutive year JE earns 2020 Best Community for Music Education for eighth consecutive year: For the eighth consecutive year, the National Association of Music Merchants Foundation (NAMM) designated Jordan-Elbridge as a "Best Community for Music Education (BCME)." JE joins 753 other districts across the nation. Winning districts set the bar in offering students access to comprehensive music education. Now in its 21st year, the awards program recognizes outstanding efforts by teachers, administrators, parents, students and community leaders who have made music education part of the curriculum. According to the organization, designations are made to districts and schools that demonstrate an exceptionally high commitment and access to music education. “It’s fantastic to receive this designation for our eighth year in a row, as our music program continues ...
JE earns 2020 Best Community for Music Education for eighth consecutive year JE earns 2020 Best Community for Music Education for eighth consecutive year:
Childcare options for healthcare workers and first responders in the JECSD Childcare options for healthcare workers and first responders in the JECSD:  Please see the childcare options for healthcare workers and first responders in the Jordan-Elbridge Central School District below. Jordan-Elbridge Daycare Providers Julie Vincent – 315-391-7150 Kathy Gleason – 315-277-5335 Debbie LeGrow – 315-689-5393 JE Country Kids – 315-689-9686 Wendy Williams – 315-689-7741 (can accommodate overnight care if needed) Child Care Solutions of Onondaga County 315-446-1220 If you are a parent or caregiver who needs child care, please complete this parent need for child care survey. Based on the information you provide about your job, employer, number of children, and financial need, OCFS may be able to help you find the child program you need. It may be a challenge ...
Spectrum offering free high-speed Internet Spectrum offering free high-speed Internet: Spectrum announced that starting Monday March 16th, 2020 it will offer free high-speed internet service and Wi-Fi for 60 days to households with students in grades K-12 or in college.   Families can call (844) 488-8395 to enroll. Installation fees will be waived for new student households. You (household adult) will need to provide the following:  name, address, email, phone number, date of birth and social security number. Spectrum will verify your identity. The equipment will be mailed to your residence. The equipment will be “EZ plug-n-play” with unlimited data. You must cancel after the 60 days or you will start to be billed.  
Preliminary 2020-21 school budget carries no tax levy increase; adds programs Preliminary 2020-21 school budget carries no tax levy increase; adds programs: The priliminary 2020-21 Jordan-Elbridge school budget carries no tax levy increase and adds programs. Please see the preliminary budget presentation below. This is an embedded Microsoft Office presentation, powered by Office .
COVID-19/Coronavirus Information and Resource; Schools will remain closed through remainder of academic year COVID-19/Coronavirus Information and Resource; Schools will remain closed through remainder of academic year: Update: June 29 Playgrounds and tennis courts are now reopened for public use effective June 29, 2020 The Stadium will remain closed until after graduation Please exercise good hygiene, the use of masks, and social distancing when using the school facilities. Summer food pick up for JE families every Monday and Wednesday Need some help? Summer food pick up for JE families will take place between 9-11 a.m. every Monday and Wednesday at Jordan-Elbridge High School. Based on the information the district received from a food service survey, there is still significant need for assistance with meals over the summer. As a result, the district was approved for a waiver from the state that allows JE to continue providing meals over the summer. Therefore, ...
JE musical postponed JE musical postponed: The Jordan-Elbridge Musical Players production of "The Hunchback of Notre Dame" has been postponed and will look to be rescheduled. Based on the Victor Hugo novel, the production features songs from the Disney film. It showcases the film’s Academy Award-nominated score, as well as new songs by Alan Menken and Stephen Schwartz. The musical begins as the bells of Notre Dame sound through the famed cathedral in 15th century Paris, and "Quasimodo," the bell-ringer who longs to be "Out There," observes all of Paris reveling in the Feast of Fools. Director Denise Deapo said the musical players produced a dance-heavy production last year, so they wanted to highlight singing this year. “We also wanted to look for a newer show, and this revised ...



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Superintendent: James R. Froio
Phone: 315.689.8500
Address: 9 N. Chappell St., PO Box 902 | Jordan, NY 13080