Parent Portal


Parent Portal Guide for schooltool

First-time users need to provide the school with an email address before attempting to login. Please see the Parent Portal Guide for step-by-step instructions to login.

The schooltool mobile app is now available! Download the app for Android or Apple.

In September, the Board of Regents amended the requirements for the provision of Academic Intervention Services (AIS). Click this link to read a letter explaining how Academic Intervention Services are provided in Dryden Schools.

Contact Us

Main Office

(607) 844-8694 ext. 5237

Attendance Office / Registrar

(607) 844-8694 ext. 5281

Nurse's Office

(607) 844-8694 ext. 5262

Guidance Office

(607) 844-8694 ext. 5226

Breast Cancer Tournament


The Dryden Volleyball program recently hosted their annual Breast Cancer Awareness Volleyball Tournament. On the court, the Varsity team finished 2nd in their bracket and the JV's lost in the Semifinals of the tournament. Off the court, a lot of good was done as hundreds of dollars was raised towards this great medical need. Great job ladies!

Pep Rally

School Messenger

The Dryden Central School District uses SchoolMessenger as our emergency notification system. The contact information in SchoolMessenger is pulled from our student information system, schooltool. If you would like changes made to your SchoolMessenger contact information please contact the following people:

Michele Wendel at the Elementary School, Deb Perine at Cassavant, Tami Natale at Freeville, Patty Helms at the Middle School, Gail Piger at the High School.

Safety Reminder: Lockdowns occur when there is an awareness of a situation requiring investigation in the building. Once the investigation is completed, the lockdown is lifted and classes resume. The purpose of any lockdown is to assure student and staff safety.

Summer office hours

 7:00am - 3:30pm M-F


Congratulations to all staff across the District - Dryden High School is on the list of top performing High Schools across the US. It has received a national silver medal which means it is in the top 10.9% of high schools nationally. Click here for the Ithaca Voice report.