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Notes from the Superintendent

Where did 2014 go? It is hard to believe this will be the last newsletter of 2014. As I write this letter, a cold spell is now behind us and the temperatures are beginning to rise. Hopefully, we can stay away from the snow table of the areas surrounding Buffalo, New York. As the weather begins to get colder, I am encouraging you to make sure your children are dressed properly when getting on the bus or driving to school....

Notes from the Superintendent

Dear Patrons, The month of October has now come and gone. The weather for the most part, has been very good. I hope the nice fall weather continues in the winter months. The state testing used in determining Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) has changed for the 2014-2015 school year. In the past, the state testing was completed in the fall for grades 3-8 and grade 11. This year the test will be given in the spring. Grades 4,...

Notes from the Superintendent

Dear Patrons, The first month of school has come and gone. This fall has brought a much different temperature than last year, fortunately it was much cooler. Hopefully, this weather pattern will continue. In the past, the month of October has been set aside for the State Assessment Test. This is the test used to determine a school districts Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP). This test has now changed to Smarter Balance and...

Notes From the Superintendent

Dear Patrons, Where did the summer go? It seems like I just finished the last newsletter of the 2013-2014 school year and here we are ready to start the 2014-2015 school year. I hope this first letter finds everyone having an enjoyable summer and ready for the school year to begin. The first day of school will be on Wednesday, August 27th. I am looking forward to the year to begin. The district held a referendum vote to...

NOTES FROM THE SUPERINTENDENT

During the past couple of months, I have submitted articles to answer frequently asked questions pertaining to the bond to fund an addition to the current 3-12 school building.  This addition would place the PK-12 students in one location.  The purpose of these articles was to keep the public informed of the relevance of this project to the students of the district and the community.  My intention was to provide voters...

NOTES FROM THE SUPERINTENDENT

The school election on an addition to the current 3-12 building is fast approaching. The vote will be held on Tuesday, August 12. This week, I would like to address issues related to safety, fire codes and American with Disabilities Act (ADA) codes in the Central School building. The information is being provided to help qualified voters receive the necessary information they need to make an informed decision on August...