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Reminder to parents of students in grades 6-12: The MS/HS building does not open until 7:30am. Please do not drop your student off until 7:30am. We appreciate your assistance with this matter.

Other Featured News & Events
  • Fund Raisers at Gilligan's
    Come to Gilligan's this Wednesday, December 17th and help support the HS Spanish Club on our trip to Puerto Rico!! The After Prom Party is hosting a Bottle Drive on January 3rd at Gilligan’s from 11-2.  All the proceeds will benefit the After Prom Par Expand...
  • Attention Seniors and Parents/Guardians of Seniors
    Attention Seniors and parents/guardians of Seniors: When you come back after Winter Recess on January 5th, you will receive an ordering packet for your Cap & Gown in your Homeroom. Our Josten's Representative will be here during the lunch mods on Thursda Expand...
  • Free SAT Prep!
    Free SAT Prep! Let's Get Ready (LGR) is a free SAT preparation program for high school juniors offered by Colgate University student coaches. The program will meet twice a week on Colgate campus on Thursday and Sunday evenings throughout the spring 201 Expand...
  • Financial Aid Night
    Financial Aid Night will take place in the hs/ms chorus room (rm 234) on Wednesday, December 3rd, beginning at 6:30. Sandra Shephardson form Utica College's Financial Aid Office will be here to talk about the Financial Aid Application Process and to outl Expand...
Dec 22, 2014
Working Together for Success
About Our School
The school district is made up of original schools from Lebanon, Poolville, Earlville, Smyrna, North Norwich, and Sherburne. Grades K-5 are located in an elementary facility located adjacent to the Middle-High School in Sherburne. Seven Board members are elected for three-year terms to oversee the educational system.
Mission Statement
Sherburne-Earlville is committed to students. By providing an environment of
educational excellence, which emphasizes the learning of academic and life skills,
nurtures self-respect, and fosters life-long learning, we enable our students to
pursue challenging individual goals and to become positive members of society.
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