The connection between parent and school is crucial in order for us to ensure every child, grades pre-k through 12, succeeds. We would like all parents and guardians to be our partners in their child’s education. The Fulton City School District Title 1 Parent Advisory Committee meets monthly on the fourth Wednesday of the month at the Fulton Education Center in the Board of Education Room from 6:30 – 7:30 pm. We would love for all parents and guardians in the Fulton City School District to join us as we work together to help all of our children succeed. FCSD and Parent Collective Commitments
Read to Them- One District One Book is a family literacy program designed to create a shared reading experience across entire schools and homes in our Fulton community. Reading aloud to your children is valuable because it prepares them to be an effective reader, and it is also a fun, worthwhile family activity.
Everyone – students, parents, teachers, support staff, and principals will ALL be reading the book, The One and Only Ivan together.
This is the student information system used by the district. You can check your child's attendance, contact information, grades and assignments. If you need an account to access, please contact the main office in your child's school (you need an email account before you can get a SchoolTool account). School Tool Parent Access Guide
Schoology Schoology is an onlne education system for teachers and students to interact digitally with all of their course content. You will need to get an access code from your child's teacher.
Naviance is a web based system that can be accessed by students, parents and staff of the Fulton City School District to facilitate the post-high school planning process. Junior High and High school families can access Naviance through the family connections portals. Families and students will receive individual access codes for their Naviance accounts. Please contact your counselor for more information.
G Ray Bodley High School students/parents - Click here
Fulton Junior High School students/parents - Click here
DASA Information DASA, short for the Dignity for All Students Act, is a NYS law that has been in effect since July of 2012, and aims to ensure that all students can attend school in an environment free from harrassment, bullying and discrimination. The Fulton City School District takes all reports of inappropriate conduct seriously, including those that may involve bullying, harassment or discrimination. Click here to find out who the DASA coordinators are in each school building and for information on how to file a DASA report for bullying, harassment or discrimination.
EngageNY New York State Education Department (NYSED) site for materials and resources regarding Regents Reform Agenda.
Great Minds:Use this link to view helpful videos, homework helpers, and more! We understand that parents are their child’s chief advocate and most essential teacher – at homework time and always. To assist in this crucial role, Eureka Math, maintained by the writers of our math module lessons, have assembled a suite of resources that will help you to help your child grow and achieve in math. Grades K-12 Click here
Did you know that children lose an average of 2.6 months of math skills during the summer months? Parents of students in grades 1-7 have the opportunity to sign their children up for a Summer Math challenge through Quantiles Frameworks for Mathematics. Click for more information and for timelines to sign your child up.
Oswego County Pathways in Technology Early College High School (P-TECH)
Did you know students can graduate from high school with a Regents Diploma and an Associate in Applied Science Degree? Oswego County P-TECH combines the best elements of high school, college and work-based learning, empowering students to pursue an advanced education and to be financially successful in the global economy.