District Information

Morrisville-Eaton Central School District is located in Morrisville, New York, a residential and college community.  Encompassing 75 square miles of rolling countryside, and several small lakes, the District can be found within the heart of Madison County. The District boasts a rural small-town community within easy reach of Syracuse, Utica, and Oneida for work, shopping and cultural opportunities. The community is host to SUNY Morrisville, with Colgate University and Cazenovia College located nearby.  

The Edward R. Andrews Elementary School (PreK-5) houses 286 students. There is a total of 57 professional and support staff serving the elementary population. The building principal directs the educational program and is the sole administrator. Extracurricular activities, including agriculture, music, the arts, along with other clubs are offered to students beginning in 4th grade.

The Middle-High School offers a comprehensive program for grades 6-12 with a team of 67 professional and support staff serving 345 students. The District maintains a comprehensive extra and co-curricular program in addition to a comprehensive academic program. Recently, MECS has developed a unique partnership with SUNY Morrisville. Our students are able to participate in college level courses on the SUNY Morrisville campus.

The District has established educational partnerships with The National Abolition Hall of Fame and Museum, the Gerrit Smith Estate and other Civil War era historical centers located within our District to enhance classroom instruction. Community support is represented through the 48 commencement awards presented to outstanding graduating seniors.

Morrisville-Eaton students are offered a full range of programs offered through the Madison-Oneida BOCES Career and Technical Education Program, located in Verona. BOCES services provide students with a wide variety of learning opportunities.  Special needs students are educated within both school buildings or through BOCES programs.