About Clyde-Savannah CSD
Mission Statement: To educate, inspire, and empower our learners to unlock their potential in order to meet the challenges in an ever-changing world.
Vision Statement: We aspire to be a student-centered community that promotes diversity to meet today’s goals and tomorrow’s opportunities.
Clyde-Savannah Central School District is located in rural upstate New York midway between Rochester and Syracuse. The District serves students Pre-Kindergarten through grade 12 living in portions of southeastern Wayne County and northwestern Seneca County. Clyde-Savannah Central School District has two buildings: Clyde-Savannah Elementary (Pre-K through 5) and Clyde-Savannah Middle School (Middle School 6 - 8, Sr. High 9 - 12).
The village of Clyde and town of Savannah are located in Wayne County. Our community is rich with agriculture and small industry, home to companies which produce materials for aerodynamics and electronics industries. Many of our residents commute to urban settings for work, but especially love coming home to a small-town, neighborly community. In addition to the several educational, recreational, cultural, and historical activities in nearby Rochester and Syracuse, our community is home to the Montezuma Wetlands and Audubon Nature Center.
Clyde-Savannah schools receive recognition for its commitment to health and wellness, recently honored by First Lady Michelle Obama's Let's Move! campaign and the Alliance for a Healthier Generation.
About the Village of Clyde
Located along the Erie Canal in central New York, the village's rich A Flag in Clyde Village Park history is intimately connected to this famous waterway. As a major source of transportation, many industries and businesses sought to take advantage of Clyde's access to the canal and set up shop within the village. As railroads began to replace the canal, factories still came to Clyde to take advantage of its location between the cities of Syracuse and Rochester. Always proud to call themselves a "small village", this community has never forgotten its treasured past. And the members of the community will be sure to hold onto to its history as they move into their treasured future.
About the Town of Savannah
Located along the tracks of the old New York Central Railroad, the Town of Savannah has been A Patriotic Display in the Town of Savannah home to families and business for generations going all the way back to 1854 when it was the Village of Savannah. With its proximity to the unique natural landscapes created by the woodland marshes and wetlands near Crusoe Island, Savannah has been a wildlife destination for outdoor enthusiasts of all kinds. A chance to visit the Audubon Montezuma Center, a major stopping point for migratory birds on the Atlantic Flyway, is a opportunity that shouldn't be missed.