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Our students come first! We are dedicated to maximizing the potential of each individual student. Our educational programs and experiences are purposefully designed to position our students for success. With the support of parents, faculty, staff, administration, community members and the Board of Education, each student will become a confident, responsible and proud graduate of The Hannibal Central School District.
Hovercraft Project powers 4th graders Hovercraft Project powers 4th graders:

Beyond the academic lessons learned in class, Fairley Elementary School fourth-graders applied necessary life skills in order to successfully construct and test hovercrafts.   Split into teams of 16, the fourth-graders held designated jobs related to preparation, measurements, data analytics and leadership as they worked toward assembling the low-friction vehicles. Teacher Valerice Stuart ... more >>

Fire Department Provides Lesson at Fairley Fire Department Provides Lesson at Fairley:

Fairley second-graders recently received a lesson in fire safety, courtesy of the Hannibal Fire Department. Students had an opportunity to examine the firefighters' gear and use hoses to spray water. They also could climb into the fire truck, check out the equipment and try on some of the firefighters' helmets, boots and jackets.   

Cultural fair showcases Fairley third-graders’ work Cultural fair showcases Fairley third-graders’ work:

The upstairs at Fairley Elementary School took parents and students on a cross-country journey during the annual cultural fair. Each third-grade class selected a country of interest and studied its customs and traditions. Students learned about geography in Brazil, family crests in Ireland, symbolic dragons in China, language in Spain and weather in Australia. Teacher Jodi Kraeger said the ... more >>

First-ever districtwide art show draws a crowd First-ever districtwide art show draws a crowd:

Hundreds of pieces of work, from kindergarten through 12th grade, filled the hallways of Hannibal High School and the gymnasium was transformed into an art gallery, as the school celebrated its first districtwide art show. Students showed a variety of works to their parents, siblings and friends as they strolled from one end of the school to the other. All different types of media were on ... more >>

Students learn about visual impairment Students learn about visual impairment:

Select students in Julia Brooks’ second-grade classroom at Fairley Elementary School closed their eyes and were asked by a guest presenter to take a look around.   “I see black,” one student said. “I can’t see anything,” another said.   The students, all a part of a high-level reading group in Brooks’ class, then wondered what it was like ... more >>
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Hannibal Central School District
Christopher Staats, Superintendent
928 Cayuga Street
Hannibal, NY 13074

Phone: 315-564-8100

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