ESM Schools , East Syracuse Minoa Schools, is a highly sought after school system east of Syracuse. Stop by the school to arrange a tour of the facilities, meet the administrators, and talk to teachers.
As stated on the ESM Schools website:
ESM supports the importance of early childhood education with a pre-kindergarten program serving ages 1-4 at Park Hill School and a full-day kindergarten program in each of its four elementary schools. Inquiry-based learning is an essential element in the delivery of the Common Core Curriculum.
Pine Grove Middle School is a collaborative learning community with a focus on transforming educational engagement and delivery as a model for 21st century learning. Pine Grove emulates preparing the whole child through the alignment of curriculum with the Common Core State Standards and the integration of STEM/STEAM principles in trans-disciplinary, project-based learning. Covey’s 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens are an integral component of Pine Grove’s youth development. Pine Grove Middle School was the recipient of the 2010 NYS ASCD Educating the Whole Child for the 21st Century Award and the 2011 ALA National School Library Program of the Year.
ESM is proud to be one of 11 schools in New York State designated as a comprehensive high school with a student-led credit union, courses for advanced placement and college credit and the integration of 21st century learning in preparedness for success with real-world application in learning and life. The East Syracuse Minoa Central School District is one of only 388 school districts in the nation honored by the College Board on its AP® Achievement List.
There are no schools within 5 miles radius of this location.
ESM Central High School
6400 Fremont Road
East Syracuse, NY 13057-9409
Pine Grove Middle School
6318 Fremont Road
East Syracuse, NY 13057-9498
East Syracuse Elementary
230 Kinne Street
East Syracuse, NY 13057
Fremont Elementary School
115 Richmond Road West
East Syracuse, NY 13057-2611
Minoa Elementary School
421 North Main Street
Minoa, NY 13116-1297
6316 Fremont Road
East Syracuse, NY 13057-9499
Park Hill Pre-K
303 Roby Avenue
East Syracuse, NY 13057-1800
303 Roby Ave
East Syracuse, NY 13057
The ESM Schools District is part of the NY State Education Department. The following information is from the NY State Education Department
About the New York State Education Department
The New York State Education Department is part of the University of the State of New York (USNY), one of the most complete, interconnected systems of educational services in the United States.
Our mission is to raise the knowledge, skill, and opportunity of all the people in New York. Our vision is to provide leadership for a system that yields the best educated people in the world.
The State Education Department has the following main branches, each under the direction of the Commissioner of Education:
Office of P-12 Education (P12)
The Office of P-12 Education oversees pre-K through 12th grade programs. The division has diverse responsibilities, including: Accountability; State Assessment; Curriculum, Assessment, and Educational Technology; Information and Reporting Services; School Innovation; School Operations; Special Education; and implementing the Regents Education Reform Plan and New York State’s Race to the Top (RTTT) initiatives.
Office of Higher Education (OHE)
This division oversees colleges, universities and proprietary schools; is responsible for the certification of teachers and other school professionals; and oversees programs to improve teacher preparation and recruitment.
Office of Cultural Education (OCE)
OCE includes the State Archives, the State Library, the State Museum, and the Public Broadcasting Office. These institutions are responsible for increasing the knowledge and information resources of State and local government, businesses, and individuals. The Office supports research, operates programs, and develops collections that serve the long-term interests of the institutions and residents of New York.
PIMS includes the offices of Human Resources, Information Technology, Facilities and Business Services, State Review Office and External Audits.
Chief Financial Office (CFO)
CFO includes the office of Fiscal Services, Budget Coordination, Education Finance, Internal Audit and Internal Controls.
Since 1891, the Board of Regents and the New York State Education Department have overseen the preparation, licensure, and practice of the professions. Currently, the Officeregulates forty-eight professions defined in Title VIII of the Education Law.
Office of Adult Career and Continuing Education Services (ACCES)
The Office of Adult Career and Continuing Education Services (ACCES) focuses on the education and employment needs of New York State’s adult Vocational Rehabilitation(including Independent Living Administration), Adult Education, General Educational Development (GED) Testing, and Bureau of Proprietary School Supervision.
A high-level organization chart provides an overview of the relationship among these offices.