At the Tuesday, January 10, 2017 meeting of the Kenmore-Town of Tonawanda Union Free School District, the Board of Education unanimously voted to support the appointment of Steve Bovino as Interim Superintendent.
The Turf Subcommittee of the Kenmore-Town of Tonawanda Union Free School District Board of Education convened on January 4, 2017. The meeting summary and the December 2016 Status Report: Federal Action Plan on Recycled Tire Crumb can be found here.
The Turf Subcommittee of the Kenmore-Town of Tonawanda Union Free School District Board of Education convened on December 19, 2016. The meeting summary and the Turf Cost Analysis Report can be found here.
Click here for a Nov. 3 statement from the District on the ongoing Crosby project and an Oct. 26 statement from the Board of Education on turf installation.
Eita Nanda, an 11th grade student at Kenmore West High School, won first place in the Grade 9-12 division of the WNY United Against Drug & Alcohol Abuse 2017 Healthy Choices Art & Poetry Contest.
In the days prior to recess, students of the Kenmore East Tri-M Music Honor Society performed holiday music at Lindbergh Elementary School and for residents of the Vive Shelter.
At the January 9 meeting, the Board of Education recognized student Charlotte Brach, nurse Rosanne Urbanski, special education teacher Michelle Gorman, and auto mechanic Michael Gailie.
Approximately 25 musicians and performing groups were distinguished as winners the 2016 JazzBuffalo Poll, and three are members of the district music faculty: Phil Aguglia, Laura Anderson, and Lisa Hasselback.
Friday, Feb. 3 will mark the 30th time the Ken-Ton community has come together for the annual Jerry Starr Ken-Ton Schools' SleepOut to help the less fortunate.
On Jan. 24, Trustee Thomas Reigstad will kick off the 2017 Speaker's Series at the Theodore Roosevelt Inaugural Site with an illustrated talk, "The Clash of the Titans: Mark Twain and Theodore Roosevelt."
Students at Franklin Elementary School have been learning about many ways families and different cultures come together to celebrate by exploring Holidays Around the World.
With their "Lindbergh Lindy" tickets, third graders Abigail Green and Caleb Thermidor won the grand prize in December of being a physical education teacher for the day.
Kenmore West High School is grateful to be receiving a $500 grant from the ExxonMobile Educational Alliance Program to enhance math and science programs.
A kindergarten class at Hoover Elementary dazzled an audience of families, staff, and administrators with a performance that gave the audience insight into cultural celebrations from across the globe.