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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.

Fairley Elementary Students receive Leadership Award Fairley Elementary Students receive Leadership Award:

Two Fairley Elementary school fourth-graders were among a handful of students from across Central New York who were recognized for their leadership during a dinner May 9 at Nottingham High School. Tenly Baker and Landon Gibson earned the Student Leadership Award by meeting a variety of criteria, which ranged from exhibiting sportsmanship to embracing healthy lifestyles. The criteria also focused ... more >>

Hannibal’s Unified Basketball team ignites purple pride Hannibal’s Unified Basketball team ignites purple pride:

A new sports team is making a name for itself in the Hannibal Central School District as the Unified Basketball program has experienced tremendous success in its inaugural year. In partnership with the New York State Public High School Athletic Association and Special Olympics New York, the unified sports program aims to bring inclusive athletic options to schools. The program unites athletes of ... more >>

Annual Healthy Family Night a success at Fairley Annual Healthy Family Night a success at Fairley:

A celebration of health and wellness was held recently at Fairley Elementary School during its sixth annual Healthy Family Night. The event was held in conjunction with a blood drive and also featured a variety of physical activities, informational booths, local agencies and prize giveaways. Families explored dozens of vendor tables, participated in various exercises, practiced karate and enjoyed ... more >>

Lesson compels global history students to action Lesson compels global history students to action:

What began as a lesson about humanitarianism at Hannibal High School quickly evolved into a student-initiated fundraising campaign for Save the Children. According to global history teacher Edmund Barrington, students were compelled to action after studying the Yemeni Civil War and its impact on the people of that region. For the students, learning about the horrific realities of the war – ... more >>

Healthy Family Night set for April 11 Healthy Family Night set for April 11:

Preparations for the sixth annual Healthy Family Night are underway as more than 25 local agencies are gearing up for the event. This year’s Healthy Family Night is set for 5-7 p.m. April 11 at Fairley Elementary School. Each year, the event provides an opportunity for Hannibal Central School District families to learn about healthy choices and explore dozens of community resources. Attendees ... 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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