Registration for Kindergarten and Universal Pre-Kindergarten in the Kenmore-Town of Tonawanda UFSD will begin in January for the 2018-19 school year. Registration for all students is by appointment only at the Central Registration Office.
Meeting notes from the second meeting of the Ken-Ton Forward Core Team has been posted online.
Larissa Gramza, fourth-grade teacher at Franklin Elementary, created an after-school dance club for boys and girls in third and fourth grade which included five after-school sessions.
The Kenmore East High School Symphonic Winds is premiering a new piece by acclaimed musician and composer Randall Bayne entitled "Follow the Star" at the winter concert which will take place Dec. 19.
Students at Kenmore West High School recently learned first-hand how spectrophotometry, a method of measurement based on light absorption, can be used to investigate a crime scene.
Lindbergh Elementary School third graders Aaron Bellows and Sarah Morales won the grand prize of being a physical education teacher for the day.
Two Ken-Ton teachers, one from Franklin Elementary School and one from Franklin Middle School, were featured in two different episodes of “Inside the Classroom.”
Lindbergh students recently enjoyed an inspiring visit by childen’s author/illustrator Salina Yoon whose work includes the interactive "Kaleidoscope" and "Pinwheel" books and the "Penguin" series.
A Kenmore West High School graduate was selected as the State University of New York Athletic Conference (SUNYAC) Men's Basketball Athlete of the Week for the week of Nov. 27.
The month of October was a busy month for the World Languages Department as students from France and Germany were welcomed to Ken-Ton for the inbound French and German student exchanges.
Sujeet Desai, an extremely accomplished musician with Down Syndrome, recently visited Kenmore East High School to perform and give a motivational speech to students.
Every year, the Ken-Ton School District holds a special event that recognizes the importance of art education while at the same time thanking Board of Education members for their service.
The newest edition of the SchoolGram, the e-newsletter of the Ken-Ton School District, has been posted to the website with the latest news, information and updates from Ken-Ton Schools.
In the month of October, the Be the Change Club at Hoover Middle School collected an astounding 1,034 pairs of brand new socks for local families in need.
Students at two Ken-Ton elementary schools had the opportunity to show their appreciation for our nation's veterans and learn about patriotism, service, and sacrifice from numerous current and retired members of the U.S. Armed Forces.
In October, classes at Franklin Elementary learned all about what the word “community” means and discussed the importance of working together as a group for a common goal.
Students explore a firetruck during Fire Safety Week, make firetruck snacks for a speech language lesson, and two lucky students get a ride home on a firetruck.