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Notes from the Superintendent

2015 is just about in our rear view window. The fall and start of the winter season has been very good weather wise. Hopefully, this will remain true into 2016. Although the weather has been nice, I would like to encourage parents to visit with their children about dressing properly for the bus or even driving to school. This would also include all students involved in extracurricular activity as well. I would like to remind...

Notes from the Superintendent

Dear Patrons, What happened to the fall? Months of school have come and gone. It has been a very nice fall and hopefully this will continue into the winter months. As we move closer to colder weather and the possibility of snow, please remind your children to dress appropriately. Thank you in advance for your support and help in this matter. The state testing used in determining Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) will be held in...

Notes from the Superintendent

Dear Patrons, School is off and running. We have completed the first month of school and things are going well. Other than one week, the temperatures have been conducive to quality learning. The State Assessment Test for grades 3-8 and 11 in math and reading will be taken in the spring of 2016. This test is used in determining a school districts Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP). Information regarding the school districts AYP...

Notes from the Superintendent

Dear Patrons, It is hard to believe the 2015-2016 school year is about to begin. It has been a very busy summer around the school. Below I would like to highlight a few of the summer projects. 1. Painting: The staff did a lot of painting over the summer. The majority of the painting was done in school colors. The areas painted include some classrooms, hallways, library, and staff bathrooms. The high school library started...

Notes from the Superintendent

Dear Patrons, The 2014-2015 school year is coming to an end. I am not sure where the year went. Each school year seems to go quick. My hope would be the summer doesn’t fly by like the school year. I would like to take this opportunity to thank each of you for the opportunity to work with your children. I appreciate your support this past year and continued support in the years to come. On March 31st, school was not in...

Notes from the Superintendent

Dear Patrons, I hope this letter finds everyone enjoying the weather. The temperature for the most part has been very nice. Hopefully, this trend will continue throughout April and May. The school district will be having one last early out on Thursday, April 2nd. The school district is offering a half day professional development for our teachers. Central School students will be dismissed at 12:30 PM. The buses will leave...