Mrs. Muck's fourth graders stayed to work with a kindergarten Media class. Both groups of students had a great time and a wonderful learning experience!
Have a happy and safe Memorial Day weekend!
There will be no school Friday, May 26th and Monday, May 29th for the observance of Memorial Day. School will resume on Tuesday, May 30th.
Please make note of the revised June 2023 calendar for the Brocton Central School District: https://5il.co/1uzqn
This message is to inform you of the High School Band and Chorus concert time change tomorrow, Tuesday, May 23rd. Due to the playoff baseball game, the time for tomorrow night's High School Band and Chorus concert is now at 8 PM. Students will need to arrive in all black concert attire at 7:15 PM. We hope you will join us to support the talented student musicians that have spent months preparing for this concert.
At the Board of Education meeting last Thursday, May 18th, Mrs. Antolina recognized Hunter N. for being High School Student of the Month for May. Mr. Delcamp and Mr. Mead-Colegrove recognized Mr. Ken Roberts for being Employee of the Month for May. Mr. Delcamp recognized Mr. Robert Mead-Colegrove for his participation in the New York State School Boards Association (NYSSBA) Leadership Development Opportunities. Congratulations to all of these individuals!!
Breathe Life invites you to join them today at 3 p.m. at St. Stephen's for Game Day.
Thank you to all who exercised their right to vote yesterday at the 2023-2024 Annual Budget Vote, the Establishment of a Capital Reserve Fund and the School Board Election. Proposition 1: 2023-2024 School Budget passed with a 73.1% pass rate (total votes: YES 114, NO 41, UNDERVOTE 1). Proposition 2: Establishment of a Capital Reserve Fund for the Acquisition of Buses, Similar Vehicles and Related Equipment passed with a 79.5% pass rate (total votes: YES 124, NO 29, UNDERVOTE 3) School Board Candidates- Robert Mead-Colegrove and Melissa Seavy were both elected to a five-year term.
We have an opportunity to help a member of our community who has just received a bone marrow transplant as part of his treatment for myeloid leukemia. A used shoe drive is underway and you can help by bringing your used or outgrown shoes to leave in the bin outside on the Elementary bus ramp. This is a wonderful opportunity to upcycle your old shoes for a worthy cause. Please consider donating by dropping off shoes in the bin outside the Elementary doors. Every shoe helps!
This message is to inform you of the Annual Budget Vote and the Middle School Spring Concert that takes place tomorrow. Tomorrow, Tuesday, May 16th from noon to 8 PM, the Annual Budget Vote will take place at the Brocton Central School District. Parking will be available at the High School Gymnasium parking lot. To vote, please enter through the High School Gymnasium door nearest to the Tennis Courts. To be an eligible voter, you must be a U.S. citizen, 18 years or older, and a resident of the Brocton Central School District for at least thirty days prior to the vote. The Middle School Band and Chorus spring concert will take place tomorrow, May 16th at 7 PM in the Auditorium. All Band and Chorus students are required to attend. Please come and support these amazing student musicians, enjoy some wonderful music and don’t forget to vote!
The Brocton Central School District would like to wish you all a Happy Mother's Day!
There will be no Game Day today (Wednesday, May 10th) at the St. Stephen's Cafe. Game Day will resume next Wednesday, May 17th.
Today is National School Nurses Day! The Brocton Central School District would like to thank the nurses, Ms. Newman and Mrs. Szymanowski. Their thoughtfulness, dedication and rising to meet the needs of our students and staff during these challenging times are reflected in their amazing work!
Yesterday was May the Fourth Be With You day and today is May 5th also known as Revenge of the Sith day. This morning the elementary STEM Club celebrated these Star Wars themed days by building their own light sabers.
Today is School Lunch Hero Day! The Brocton Central School District would like to thank our School Lunch Hero's, Ms. Farrell, Ms. Bane, Ms. Honey, Mr. O'Brien, Ms. Pierce, Ms. Sheldon, Mrs. Test, and Ms. Webber. These School Lunch Hero's nourish the lives of our BCS students and always greet them all with a smile! "Let's Taco 'Bout It", our cafeteria staff is the best!
The Brocton Central School District would like to thank all of our Elementary, Middle and High school Teachers! In a time when the teaching profession has been stretched beyond boundaries, all of them have continued to rise to the challenge! The Teachers of the Brocton Central School District exemplify the heart of the district. Together, we continue to be BROCTON STRONG!
Brocton CSD: Breathe Life invites you to join them on Wednesday, May 3rd at 3 p.m. at St. Stephen's for Game Day. To learn more about Game Day and supporting information please click here: https://5il.co/1tlp3
On Saturday, April 29th, the Chautauqua Center will be providing Covid-19 vaccines in their mobile unit at the Brocton Central School District from noon to 4 p.m. Please take advantage of this helpful service. If you have any questions, please feel free to call the health office at (716) 792-2146.
On Administrative Professionals’ Day, the Brocton Central School District would like to thank Ms. Kathy Garnsey, Mrs. Ashley Karalus, Mrs. Wendy Kendall-Miller, Mrs. Ashley Means, Miss Christine Mittner, Mrs. Anne Marie Ressler, Mrs. Laurie Skinner, and Mrs. Jennifer Starcher for their hard work, tireless effort and their every day enthusiasm. Their work and commitment is the key to our success!
At the Board of Education meeting yesterday evening, April 20th, Mrs. Antolina recognized Natalie N. for being Middle School Student of the Month. Mr. Delcamp, Mr. Mead-Colegrove and Mr. Roberts recognized Mr. Kevin Cobb for being Employee of the Month for April.