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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 celebrates 100 days:

It was a numbers explosion at Fairley Elementary School this week as the school celebrated its 100 th day of school with an entire day devoted to having fun while counting and learning. “We are 100 days smarter today,” said teacher Rhonda Koskowski, as she led a Fairley first-grade tradition of 10 sets of 10 (100 total) exercises. Students hopped, clapped, raised their arms ... more >>

Purple Gallery sets the stage for “Strange Happenings”:

The Hannibal High School Purple Gallery Drama Club is excited to share “Strange Happenings” in a couple of upcoming March performances.   Students will bring playwright Robert Frankel’s work to life through a suspenseful, musical journey with unique scenes as The Stargazer guides the audience through a small-town murder investigation, an interesting science project, a double-date ... more >>

Fairley students advance to County Battle of the Books:

“In which book do blue dots look silly?”   That question, along with 15 others that were just as specific, were asked to four teams of students at Fairley Elementary School who competed in the annual Battle of the Books event. Teams had just 30 seconds to answer those detailed questions and earned eight points for the correct title and author or five points for the correct title ... more >>

Fairley Students to Celebrate Read Across America Week:

Preparations are underway at Fairley Elementary School for a weeklong celebration of Dr. Seuss. Students will read Dr. Seuss books, participate in various activities and host an assembly during Read Across America Week, which is celebrated Feb. 26 through March 2. The celebration coincides with the late author's birthday and promotes reading among children. Below is the schedule for ... more >>

Hannibal Alumni Association awards scholarship:

After a successful first semester at Cayuga Community College, Hannibal High School alumna Alexis Lathrop received a financial boost thanks to the Hannibal Alumni Association. Lathrop recently received the association’s Shirley Chillson Cianfarano Memorial Scholarship. The award is given annually to a student who exemplifies characteristics that Cianfarano exhibited throughout her life ... 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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