There will be no school or exams Wednesday, June 19th, 2024, in observance of Juneteenth Day.
3 days ago, Ashley Karalus - Parent
No School on 6-29-24
Congratulations to our paw-some classes! Every classroom in the elementary school earned enough paw prints to make it on the board. You have earned your movie day for the morning of Thursday, June 20! Way to represent the bulldog way of being responsible, respectful and safe!
3 days ago, Rachel Offenbach-Smith
bulletin board of classes who earned recognition
Brocton Central School District would like to wish all fathers a Happy Father’s Day!
6 days ago, Ashley Karalus - Parent
Happy Father's Day!
Yesterday evening, June 12th, at the Board of Education meeting, the Brocton Central School District held a recognition ceremony celebrating LoGuidice BOCES student, Christine Wolff where Mr. Jason Delcamp, Superintendent presented her the Skills and Achievement Commencement Credential Certificate (pictured). Mr. Delcamp recognized Andrea Spiller for being February Rotary Scholar of the Month (pictured), Sarah Ryolowicz for being March 2024 Rotary Scholar of the Month (pictured), Haleigh Furman for being April 2024 Rotary Scholar of the Month (pictured), Donovan St. George for being May 2024 Rotary Scholar of the Month (not pictured), and Hannah Utegg for being June 2024 Rotary Scholar of the Month (pictured). Mr. Delcamp then presented Mrs. Rosanne Chesbro, board member with the NYSSBA Level 1 Board Achievement Award (pictured). He then recognized Mr. Neil Huber, board member with the CCSBA Certificate of Appreciation (not pictured). Mr. Delcamp recognized Mrs. Katherine Fitzgerald for being Employee of the Month for June (pictured). To conclude, Mrs. Antolina recognized Yadniel Santiago Mendoza for being June Middle School Student of the month (pictured) and Breanna Kelley for being June High School Student of the month (not pictured). Congratulations to all of these individuals and their accomplishments!
9 days ago, Brocton Central School District
LoGuidice BOCES- C.W.
Rotary SOM- AS
Rotary SOM- SR
Rotary SOM- HF
Rotary SOM- HU
BOE- RC
EOM- KF
SOM MS- YSM
Mr. Galofaro in the Elementary Library would like to thank all the wonderful BCS students and families who have enjoyed library books this year. Here are the Top 10 Most Checked Out Books for this school year! Look for summer reading resources page coming home. Also, please make sure you return any library books you might have in your desk or at home!
12 days ago, Kristin Zappie
book poster
book poster
Poster counting down books
Summer reading poster
Families of students in special education we need your help! A survey was sent home about your experience with the school earlier in the year. This survey is required to be done by the state every 7 years. If you would be so kind as to locate the number on the bottom of your survey and complete it online here -https://www.piar.potsdam.edu/parentsurvey/ OR mail the survey with the provided envelope. All responses are confidential. The district must meet a certain number of responses or do this again next year. If you need assistance completing or need the survey number - Call the Special Ed Dept. 716-792-2132
17 days ago, BCS Special Education Dept
brocton strong
Yesterday evening, June 4th at the Chautauqua County Association of Educational Office Professionals (CCAEOP) Boss’s Night, our very own Brocton CSD Elementary Secretary, Ms. Kathy Garnsey received the 2024 Administrative Professional of the Year award! Ms. Garnsey has consistently gone above and beyond in her role, showcasing exceptional dedication, skill and innovation. She has proven to be a true leader in her field, earning the respect and admiration of her colleagues and peers for her outstanding professionalism and exemplary work ethic (Pictured from left to right: Mrs. Ashley Means, CCAEOP Vice President, Ms. Kathy Garnsey, Brocton CSD Elementary Secretary). And again, our very own Superintendent, Mr. Jason Delcamp received the 2024 Administrator of the Year award at yesterday evening's event! Mr. Delcamp has demonstrated visionary leadership, strategic thinking and has a profound commitment to excellence in his administrative role. He has not only made a significant impact within the Brocton Central School District, but has served as a role model and mentor to others, inspiring greatness in all who have the privilege of working alongside him (Pictured from left to right: Mrs. Ashley Means, CCAEOP Vice President, Mr. Jason Delcamp, Brocton CSD Superintendent). Congratulations to Ms. Kathy Garnsey and Mr. Jason Delcamp!
18 days ago, Brocton Central School District
Administrative Professional of the Year
Administrator of the Year
Mrs. Marvin's 5th Graders completed a Gallery Walk with Mrs. Carter for their Social Studies Projects. The project was a culminating activity to end the unit on Economic and Governmental Systems. Students were put with partners to research a country and learn about their economic and governmental system. Great job to all the students!
17 days ago, Tobi Marvin
Students with Mrs. Carter during their Gallery Walk
Students with Mrs. Carter during their Gallery Walk
Students with Mrs. Carter during their Gallery Walk
Students with Mrs. Carter during their Gallery Walk
Students with Mrs. Carter during their Gallery Walk
Students with Mrs. Carter during their Gallery Walk
Students with Mrs. Carter during their Gallery Walk
Students with Mrs. Carter during their Gallery Walk
On Thursday, June 6th at 9:30 am, the Kindergarten, 1st, and 2nd grade students will be presenting a musical entitled "Hats" featuring some of the greatest features Brocton has to offer: their smiling faces and the hats on their heads. If you have students that are in those grades, be sure to send them in with one hat by Thursday. This will be presented in the comfort of the Brocton Auditorium. Be sure to grab your seats as we explore all of the different kinds of hats in store and how they found their way onto our heads.
18 days ago, Joshua Kane
Top Hat
This 6-week program is designed for kids in grades kindergarten-8th grade, providing a fun and safe environment with activities daily. If you're interested in this program please stop at the Brocton Village Office to pick up a registration packet. 😁
18 days ago, Maleah Vazquez
Summer Rec Program Flyer
On Memorial Day, 5/27/24, Mr. Hornbuckle and members of the high school band attended the annual Memorial Day Ceremony hosted by the Brocton John W. Dill Post 434 American Legion. The students performed the National Anthem, The Marches of the Armed Forces, and Taps, in honor of the soldiers who gave their lives for the United States of America.
18 days ago, Brian Hornbuckle
Mr Hornbuckle and students on Memorial Day
This week the first grade classes practiced their double digit addition skills in order to get access to the secret codes needed to program our new favorite robots, the Sphero Indi robot car. They have waited a long time for these robots to return and had fun learning to code while also problem solving and practicing Math.
23 days ago, Mrs. Huber
Math and Coding
Math and Coding
Math and Coding
On Tuesday, May 28, 2024, our very own Brocton CSD Board of Education President, Mr. Robert Mead-Colegrove received the Board Member of the Year award at the 2024 Chautauqua County School Boards Association Honors Night! Mr. Mead-Colegrove has been an active board member since 2013, who has a passion for inclusivity in classrooms and school board development. On behalf of the Brocton Central School District, we congratulate him and thank him for his service! (Pictured from left to right: Mr. Raymond J. Fashano, Executive Director, Mr. Robert Mead-Colegrove, Brocton CSD Board President and Mr. Sylvester Cleary, CCSBA President)
23 days ago, Ashley Means
2024 CCSBA Board Member of the Year
A Blood Drive will take place at the Portland Congregational Church on May 31st from 11 AM until 4 PM. Please consider signing up to donate. One blood donor can save up to three lives. Whether you choose whole blood donation, platelet donation, or double red cell donation, you can be a hero. Reserve a time to donate at ConnectLifeGiveBlood.org & enter sponsor code 000971. Throughout the month of May, all blood donors will receive a pair of FLEX tickets to a Buffalo Bison's home game. https://5il.co/2my5e
24 days ago, Brocton Central School District
Blood Drive
Grades 3-5 Elementary Swim Club will have their last session this Thursday, May 30. The swimmers have spent the month working on stroke technique and endurance. It is a joy to watch their growth!
23 days ago, AnnMarie Hamlet
swim club
Families of students in special education we need your help! A survey was sent home earlier in the year regarding your experience with the school. This survey is required to be done by the state every 7 years. If you would be so kind as to locate the number on the bottom of your survey and complete it online here -https://www.piar.potsdam.edu/parentsurvey/ OR mail the survey with the provided envelope. All answers are confidential. We are just given the total number of surveys completed. We, as a district, have to meet a certain number of responses or have to do this again next year. If you need assistance completing or need the survey number - Call the Special Ed Dept. 716-792-2132
24 days ago, BCS Special Education Dept
please thank you
The elementary STEM Club did a fantastic job competing in the 2024 STEM Wars, held at the Northwest Ice Area on May 22. They took home 4 first place awards, 1 second place award, and 2 third place awards! The competitions included a robotics challenge, marble run challenge, poster contest, and catapult challenge. Students worked in teams for each competiton. Raiden Hafner earned a third place award for a RC robot he built for the Maker Faire contest. There were at least 40 projects submitted, and Raiden's was in the top 3! Great job Raiden! When not competing they had a chance to talk to local STEM businesses and colleges and use equipment such as robotic arms, VR headsets, robots, and laser engravers. Students who competed this year were Arabella Pokoj, Nataleya Valle, Ryder Riforgiato, Brantley Galen, Brody Colt, Wyatt Karalus, Kayden Dzierzanowski, Alice Hamlet, Bentley Huber, Raiden Hafner, Jaxson Killion, Kiarra Link, and Joana VanValkenburg.
24 days ago, Mrs. Huber
STEM Wars 2024
STEM Wars 2024
STEM Wars 2024
STEM Wars 2024
STEM Wars 2024
STEM Wars 2024
Mr. Galofaro's elementary library students read and learned about Memorial Day and the sacrifices of our veterans. Students learned the symbol of the poppy flower to honor those who have served and lost their life. Students all signed a card for the members of the John W. Dill American Legion Post 434.
25 days ago, Kristin Zappie
Paper poppy
paper poppy and letter
Last Thursday evening, May 23th, at the Board of Education meeting, Mrs. Antolina recognized Kevin H. for being the May Middle School Student of the Month (not pictured) and Grace P. for being May High School Student of the Month (not pictured). Mr. Delcamp and Mr. Mead-Colegrove recognized Mrs. Peggy Pati for being Employee of the Month for May (pictured). Congratulations to all of these individuals!
25 days ago, Brocton Central School District
May 2024 Employee of the Month
From everyone at BCS, we would like to wish you a happy and safe Memorial Day Weekend!
29 days ago, Ashley Karalus - Parent
Happy Memorial Day Weekend!