Students and families are invited to learn about the extraordinary array of programs and opportunities available at Kenmore West High School at its Open House/Orientation on Thursday, Oct. 26 from 6 to 8 p.m.
Kenmore West High School alumnus Troy Caruana is a very valuable asset to the people of Ouèssè, a densely populated rural village in sub-Saharan Africa.
Lindbergh Elementary School students had a great time at the Fun Run held September 29! Students ran laps for pledges to support all the fun educational activities organized by the Lindbergh Elementary PTA.
Holmes Elementarystaff recently worked behind the counter and at the drive-through window at a special "McTeacher's Night" event at McDonald’s to raise money for the school.
The annual Franklin Food Truck Night sponsored by the Franklin Middle School PTA will take place Friday, October 20 coinciding with the school’s Fall Festival and Outdoor Movie Night.
On the south side of Edison Elementary School, a curved path runs alongside a flourishing flower and vegetable garden. It was a year in the making, but the vision for the garden goes back more than three decades.
Families of students participating in the Kenmore-Town of Tonawanda UFSD Gifted & Talented Program recently had the opportunity to learn about the program from district Gifted & Talented specialists.
Congratulations to Kenmore East High School student Trenton Kelkenberg who will receive the Buffalo State College Horace Mann K-12 Student Award in the area of the Arts.
Students at Lindbergh Elementary School were challenged to read at least eight books this past summer as part of Lindbergh's "Reading Rocks Summer Reading Challenge."
Ten students from Kenmore West High School won a school-wide contest for creating a video for students demonstrating appropriate and inappropriate behavior at school.
Congratulations to the six Ken-Ton students who have been selected for the New York State School Music Association (NYSSMA) Conference All-State festival.