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Dan Carroll
Director of Instructional Support Services 

P: (315) 593-5545

167 S. Fourth Street 
Fulton, NY 13069 


Fulton City Schools ... Expanding Minds and Opportunities....Preparing Students for their Future

Students learning today for the oppportunities and challenges of tomorrow!

The Fulton School District and our staff are committed to providing all students with the knowledge and skills to be prepared for the next phase of their lives in college or their career upon completion of high school.

Student proficiency in literacy, mathematics, the sciences, technologies, business and the humanities provides them with the foundation to be successful students now and valued employees and contributing citizens later in life.

Academic performance, however, is not the sole measure of success.  Extra curricular activities and athletics play a major role in giving our students the well rounded background they need to be prepared to succeed in life!

The "City" District

The Fulton City School District serves students of the city proper as well as those from the surrounding towns of Granby, Volney, Minetto, Oswego, Palermo and Scriba.

Parents' Bill of Rights for Data Privacy and Security

The Common Core Implementation Reform Act (enacted in 2014) requires school districts to publish a “Parents' Bill of Rights for Data Privacy and Security” on their websites. At Fulton:

Dan Carroll 
Director of Instructional Support Services 
167 S. Fourth Street 
Fulton, NY 13069 
Phone: (315) 593-5545 

Quality From Preschool Through High School

Preschool programs and full-day kindergarten sessions introduce our youngest students to everything from broad social interaction to the basic academic and analytical skills that will form the foundation for their learning years.

A quality education is built upon the District's Standards of Excellence. From this we provide a comprehensive curriculum with programs that focus on preparing our students for a wide range of potential career paths. Some of the highlights include:

Expectations for Citizenship


The District and each of our schools has a positive and proactive culture, focusing on student and staff expectations of being: Respectful, Responsible and Safe! 


Through teaching these expectations and providing guidance for our students, they learn throughout their school career what it means to be a responsible school citizen and how to be an effective decision maker and problem solver!

The Schools


Fulton's four elementary schools: Fairgrieve, Granby, Lanigan and Volney - offer locations of the greatest convenience to our pupils and parents. Bus transportation is provided for those students eligible according to Board of Education policy.

The certified elementary staff provides speech therapy, reading and mathematics intervention services and special education services and supports. In addition, support services include a school psychologist, nurse, and a school home liaison.

Beyond the basic curriculum, these schools also provide instruction in art, music, library skills, computer literacy, health and physical education.

Jr. High and High School

As students blossom into young adults, they are provided with instruction and opportunities needed to prepare them for college, advanced technical training, the workforce or the military. 

Included in basic programs are a comprehensive music program, drama, art and technology, special education, physical education, remedial services, foreign language instruction, business and many other course selections.

Our students are able to take advantage of the Burton Ramer Technical Career Center as well as educational services and programs at the Board of Cooperative Educational Services(BOCES).

At G. Ray Bodley High School, Advanced Placement (AP) and college level courses are available in American History, Social Studies, English, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Calculus, Economics, Pre-Engineering, Business and Technology.

The High School's Foreign Exchange Program enables our students as well as those from abroad to experience each other's cultures.

Outside the Classroom

Opportunities are extensive for extra-curricular activities in the Fulton schools. Students' lives are enriched by drama, orchestra, concert and jazz bands, chorus, academic clubs, web site design, and an award-winning school newspaper.

Sports Activities

Our athletics program includes baseball, basketball, bowling, cheerleading, cross-country running, football, golf, hockey, lacrosse, soccer, softball, swimming, tennis, track and field, volleyball and wrestling.

Adult Literacy

Adult Education and Literacy is offered for adults to earn a high school equivalency diploma.

  • A student’s personally identifiable information cannot be sold or released for any commercial purposes;

  • Parents have the right to inspect and review the complete contents of their child’s education record

  • State and federal laws protect the confidentiality of personally identifiable information, and safeguards associated with industry standards and best practices, including but not limited to, encryption, firewalls, and password protection, must be in place when data is stored or transferred;

  • Parents may access the New York State Education Department’s “Student Data Elements List,” a complete list of all student data elements collected by NYSED. This list is available at:, or a copy may be obtained by contacting the Fulton CSD Department of Instructional Support Services at or (315) 593-5545; and

  • Parents have the right to have complaints about possible breaches of student data addressed. Complaints may be submitted to:

    • A strong academic program that features Accelerated and Advanced Placement Courses

    • Dual enrollemnt college credit bearing courses

    • Business, Technology and Career and Technical Education

    • Study opportunities in three languages (German, Spanish, French)

    • Award-winning music and art studies

    • Extensive extra-curricular activities like interscholastic sports, drama, science , and the Oswego County Academic League

    • A pre-engineering preparatory program





Brian Pulvino, Superintendent
129 Curtis Street
Fulton, New York 13069
Phone: (315) 593-5500

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