Sherburne-Earlville Central School District
The school district is made up of original schools from Lebanon, Poolville, Earlville, Smyrna, North Norwich and Sherburne. Grades K-5 are located in the elementary facility adjacent to the Middle School-High School in Sherburne. Seven Board members are elected for three-year terms to oversee the educational system.
The district has a transportation system of 25 buses. Besides regular runs, students are transported to special schools, parochial schools and to BOCES to obtain services in occupational and select special education programs.
The student population of 1,275 is serviced by about 150 professional staff members. In addition, ancillary services are provided by teaching assistants and teacher aides.
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District Mission Statement
Sherburne-Earlville is committed to students. By providing an environment of educational excellence that 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, contributing members of society.