Phelps-Clifton Springs CSD
Flap your wings with Mrs. Altman and show us all how you soar!
Who is Ben? Find out during today’s announcements from Midlakes Elementary School.
Ava Hobbs recognizes someone special as her "Spotlight Leader of the Week."
A special message to every student at Midlakes Elementary School.
Today's Wellness theme is "Thirsty Thursday," a challenge to everyone to drink more water.
Wild turkeys, birthdays and the wellness tip of the day.
Mr. Brenchley shares a fun science project with a balloon rocket to help parents and students remember our No. 1 coping strategy.
Good Morning MIDLAKES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL!!! Be sure to tell us about how you found happiness today for our virtual spirit week.
The start of Wellness Spirit Week (Mindful Monday) and a few surprise guests! Plus, Mr. Moyer tries lip-syncing?!?! Yeah, seriously.
Midlakes Elementary School principal goes behind the scenes of the District's meal delivery program.
Lots of birthdays, Student Leaders and guest appearances (students and teachers alike).
Today's act of kindness and be sure to view until the very end to go behind a local Christmas Tree Farm.
Today's act of kindness, a guest appearance, today's birthdays and a special message from Principal Moyer.
Birthdays, a kindness challenge and more from Midlakes Elementary School.
Midlakes Elementary School wishes several students a very special happy birthday and some words of encouragement from Mrs. Benzer, Mr. Moyer and Mr. Czerkas. We hope everyone is doing well!!!!
Midlakes Theatre Experience prepares for performances on March 13-15, 20 and 21.
Seniors David Alwardt and Peter Hagedorn-Novik lead a strong Screaming Eagles team for varsity coach Jack Hauber.
Students build friendships and school spirit while taking part in a new Unified Bowling program offered through Midlakes Athletics Department.
Parents are invited to learn about new ways to support students during a Family Literacy Night at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 11 at Midlakes Elementary School.
Holiday concert scheduled for 7:30 p.m., Tuesday, Dec. 3 in the Midlakes High School Auditorium. Tickets are available by calling the high school main office (315) 548-6300.
Midlakes' Class of 2032 sings a popular nursery rhyme accompanied by music teacher Elizabeth Smith.
Learn more about the Phelps-Clifton Springs Central School District's proposed $15.6 million capital project, set to go to voters from noon to 9 a.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 10 in the seventh- and eighth-grade gymnasium.
Competition and friendships drive the girls swim team under second-year head coach Liz Grillo.
The Screaming Eagles hope to avenge a loss in last year's championship game.
The class of 2020 poses for a photo on a field outside Midlakes High School.