Parents! If you have any questions about e-learning, schedules, or delivery of devices please refer to our website!
about 2 months ago, The Powwow
Salamanca Parents! Do you have a change in any of the following? - Address - Phone # - Emergency Contacts - Email If so, please contact that with the school main office: Prospect 945-5170 x7228; Seneca 945-5140 x5264; High School: 945-2404 x6053 or 6001
about 2 months ago, The Powwow
update flyer
Student schedules are now available through the PowerSchool Portal! Parents, if you have not setup your Parent Portal account, please visit to get started. Need help? Send an email to
about 2 months ago, The Powwow
power school info
Tonight's Board Meeting (Aug. 4) at 5:30pm will be broadcast LIVE via Facebook & Zoom. Presentations: * District Strategic Plan * District Reopening/Safety Plan To ask questions, join Zoom:
3 months ago, The Powwow
board meeting
Zoom into Summer Reminder! Join us for the week of July 27-30 for Zoom into Summer! A complete list of activities can be found online
3 months ago, Salamanca Warriors
Zoom into Summer Week July 27th
Crisp, fresh turf being installed at the NEW Vets Park. What a beautiful sight!
3 months ago, The Powwow
vets park turf
turf install
The Board of Education Meeting tonight, Tuesday July 21 at 5:30 p.m. will be LIVE streamed on our Facebook page. (you do not need a Facebook account to view our page).
3 months ago, The Powwow
board of education meeting graphic
Theresa Ray was elected president and Dr. Meghan McCune vice president for the Board of Education for the 2020-2021 school year. Thank you for your continued leadership and to help make our District a better place for all!
3 months ago, The Powwow
theresa ray
dr. mccune
Camp Khan Kids is a fun, free, educational summer camp for ages 2-7. It is a 4-week program with online and offline activities in math, reading, and social-emotional learning. Children will sing, play, be creative, and have fun:
4 months ago, The Powwow
camp khan
The County will provide FREE summer lunches to children 18 years (21 with disabilities) and younger! The pickup locations for Salamanca are: Salamanca Youth Center – 36 South Ave, Salamanca, NY – Monday – Friday 12:00-1:00 pm Salamanca City CSD – Greer Building – Fern Ave, Salamanca, NY. Monday – Thursday 11am – 1pm
4 months ago, Salamanca Warriors
Free Summer Meals logo
Our Title VI grant hearing is set for 1 p.m. Monday. Find out how you can hop on via Zoom:
4 months ago, The Powwow
Title 6 hearing
#SCCSDWarriors families! We're asking for you to return student instructional materials from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Monday and Tuesday at our meal pick up locations. Please label returned items with your student's name.
5 months ago, The Powwow
instructional materials return
A BIG CONGRATS to our creative writing contest winners!
5 months ago, The Powwow
creative writing contest winners
Congrats to our faculty and staff who received tenure and permanent appointment at the Tuesday board meeting. Thank you for all your hard work and dedication to make our district AWESOME!
5 months ago, The Powwow
faculty tenure
Prospect families! You will receive a letter in your learning packet today explaining how to get signed up for the PowerSchool parent portal. Teachers will use the online learning module through PowerSchool for the 2020-21 school year. More info:
5 months ago, The Powwow
powerschool logo
It's #NationalNursesDay, and we'd like to thank our super amazing school nurses for being there and taking care of our students and staff throughout the school year!
6 months ago, The Powwow
nurses day
Our teachers and staff are the best! Thanks for all that you do!
6 months ago, The Powwow
VOTING PROCEDURES NY Executive Order 202.26 {May 1, 2020} Announcement for all District Residents The May 19th Salamanca City Central School District budget vote & school board election will now occur only by absentee ballot on June 9, 2020 per Executive Order from Governor Cuomo (202.26, effective May 1, 2020). Per Executive Order there will be no in-person voting. The adjourned budget hearing will be scheduled for June 2nd at 5:30 pm at the regularly scheduled board of education meeting. All qualified voters (see definition below) shall receive via mail a ballot in which they can cast an absentee ballot for the school budget vote, board of education vacancy and other propositions the BOE may authorize. A prospective board of education candidate must file a nomination petition with the District Clerk by noon on May 11thand meet all eligibility requirements, excluding nominating signatures. The absentee ballot mailing will including a self-addressed stamped envelope to return the absentee ballot to the District. The school budget vote & school board candidate election ballots shall be set by the District Clerk on May 11th. The absentee ballots will be mailed to qualified voters after the ballot is set. Absentee ballots must be received by the District Clerk no later than 5:00 pm on June 9th. A qualified voter is defined as: A qualified voter must be a United States Citizen, at least 18 years old, a district resident for thirty days immediately to the date of the election, with their current address either correctly filed at the Cattaraugus County Board of Election in Little Valley, or documented on the Seneca Nation Tribal Roll, or properly registered at the district's registration to be held on May 18, 2020. Native Americans who are properly registered and residing on the Allegany Reservation in the Steamburg or Coldspring area, for a period of thirty days preceding the election, which is located outside of such city school district, are eligible to vote in this School District’s election. Should you have any questions, please contact the District clerk at 945-2400 x4025.
6 months ago, Levi Sponeybarger
School budget vote logo, bus with students and money
FOOD SERVICE CONTINUITY PLAN UPDATE! Beginning Friday, we are working with the Food Bank of WNY to begin the Backpack Food program. Details:
6 months ago, The Powwow
backpack food flyer
Our Prospect Elementary Literacy Specialists held their first Books and Blankets Family Literacy Night on Tuesday. What better way to read a good book than curl up with your family and a blanket.
8 months ago, The Powwow
books and blankets night
books and blankets
books and blankets
books and blankets