Since its inception, the mission of the
Liverpool Central School District has been to educate its students and prepare them for the future. While that mission has never wavered, the community the district serves has evolved in numerous ways.
Gone are the days when Liverpool’s population boom meant the district opened new buildings on a regular basis. Instead, the district’s enrollment has dropped by almost 2,000 students in the last 20 years.
Gone also are the days when the standard curriculum was more than enough to prepare students for typical career paths. Instead research shows that students attending Liverpool schools right now will more than likely be hired as adults for jobs that don’t exist today.
With those facts in mind, the Liverpool Central School District has launched its Education 2020 initiative.
Hear from members of the LCSD Education 2020 Committee and learn how we got to where we are today.
For more information, contact the Office of the Deputy Superintendent at 315-622-7148.
Have a question or comment regarding the Education 2020 Initiative? Heard a rumor you would like addressed? Use the Education 2020 Form to submit your questions and comments. Please include your name and e-mail address (anonymous submissions will not be answered). We will share the answers to your questions on this Web page.