Bear Care Support
Many of our Bear Country Family members are experiencing the loss of a job, challenging financial times, difficulty in providing basic essential groceries and lack of high-speed internet for their student(s) to interface with teachers.
For assistance in these situations please fill out this survey.
WiFi Hot Spot Access
The Chittenango Central School District is committed to providing equal access to instructional content and material for all students. The following survey seeks to support those students in our District without high speed internet or a technology device to access instructional content and material. At this time, the District has acquired hot spot technology for community residents with children in our District. If you have any questions regarding this survey or are a student in need of high speed internet, please contact:
Mr. Paul Leonardi (Director of Technology) at (pleonardi@chittenangoschools.
Hot Spot Survey Link
WHERE: Bridgeport Elementary, Bolivar Road Elementary, Chittenango Middle School &
Chittenango High School
WHO: ALL children 18 years of age and under
Questions: Mr. Scott Mahardy (firstname.lastname@example.org) or (315-687-2846)
WHEN: Mondays and Wednesdays from 9 – 11 A.M.
WHERE: No contact drop-off at doorstep
WHO: ALL children 18 years of age and under that reside in the Chittenango Central School
Our new website provides our parents/community members access to school calendar events, through Calendarwiz. For instructions on how to use the iCal feed with Outlook, iPhones, Androids or using a mobile device, please follow a link below:
Adding the calendar feed to your phone
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ARISE at the Farm is a 77-acre horse farm on New Boston Road in Chittenango. The Farm offers a variety of recreational activities through the year as well as several volunteer opportunities.
ARISE works to ensure that everyone, regardless of disability, has the power to make life choices and achieve their dreams. The dedicated staff at ARISE is always ready to answer your questions and welcome you to the Farm.