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This is a list of news, events, and highlights from Marcellus CSD.

Marcellus awarded $4,000 grant for food composting program
by MCSD News on 4/17/2014
The Onondaga Resource Recovery Agency turns Marcellus cafeteria waste into this nutrient-rich mulch. Marcellus Central School District has been awarded a $4,000 Think Green Grant from national nonprofit Keep America Beautiful (KAB) and Waste Management. The district will use the funds ... More
High school named one of nation’s 100 best for teaching personal finance
by MCSD News on 4/17/2014
Marcellus High School this week was named one of the nation’s “100 Best w!se High Schools Teaching Personal Finance” during a ceremony at the New York Stock Exchange. Working In Support of Education (w!se) is a national not-for-profit organization dedicated to improving the lives of young ... More
High school language teacher Jessica Cuello receives prestigious teaching award
by MCSD News on 4/17/2014
Jessica Cuello Marcellus High School language teacher Jessica Cuello has been awarded the 2014 Hollins University Teaching Award. The award, which includes a $2,000 prize for Cuello and $1,000 for the high school, honors educators who “have devoted their lives to preparing students to ... More

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Marcellus Central School District

2 Reed Parkway Marcellus, NY 13108

(315) 673-6000

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The mission of the Marcellus Central School District is to provide an education, which challenges, nurtures, and supports each child as a whole person. 

The responsibility for the mission lies with the entire community including students, staff, parents, and community members. 

It is our intent that each student will develop the responsibility, the confidence in his/her talents, and the knowledge necessary to function as a productive and contributing citizen in a diverse and changing world. 



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