Did you know that Brocton Central School has a UPK3 program? This is a partnership with Chautauqua Opportunities, Inc. You can enroll now for the 2023-2024 school year. The program follows the school district calendar. Your child needs to be three years old by December 1, 2023. Please call Chautauqua Opportunities at (716) 366-8176 to set up an appointment.
over 1 year ago, Brocton Central School District
COI
Today is Employee Appreciation Day!! The Brocton Central School District would like to thank our Administration team, Secretarial staff, Teachers, Teaching Assistants, Teacher Aides, School Monitors, the Technology Department, the Transportation Department, the Custodial staff, the Cafeteria staff, and our Brocton CSD Substitutes. You have all proven yourself to be an asset to this school district and we appreciate you for your commitment during these trying times. It's the vision of employees like you who turn desired plans into success. All of our last names combined are worth 1,802 in the game of SCRABBLE, but we are priceless to everyone who knows us. Happy Friday and Happy Employee Appreciation Day!
over 1 year ago, Brocton Central School District
scrabble-employee appreciation day
"Today you are you, that is truer than true. There is no one alive who is youer than you." -Dr. Seuss, Happy Birthday to You!!
over 1 year ago, Brocton Central School District
Happy Birthday Dr. Seuss
The fourth grade completed a cross-curricular miniunit using the popular game Minecraft (the education version). Students engaged in a Minecraft world called The Mindful Knight, with medieval themed activities that had them learning about mindfulness through reading, digital journaling, and problem solving. Vocabulary instruction was also embedded in Minecraft, as well as through collaborative activities that encouraged students to think critically and make connections with the vocabulary terms. At the end of the unit, students wrote a narrative script about the Minecraft challenge and shared what they learned. Finally, they created a video using their script using an online video creation and discussion tool called Flip.
over 1 year ago, Mrs. Huber
Student playing Minecraft
Students playing Minecraft
Hexagonal thinking
Repuzsler vocabulary game
Student writing Flip script
Student creating a Flip video
Today is National School Bus Driver Appreciation Day! Brocton Central School would like to thank all our full-time, part-time, substitute bus driver's, and bus aides for supporting our BCS students and school community!
over 1 year ago, Brocton Central School District
national school bus driver appreciation day
The Brocton Central School would like to wish you a Happy Presidents' Day!
over 1 year ago, Brocton Central School District
Presidents' Day
This is a friendly reminder that the Brocton Central School District will begin Mid-Winter Recess today, Saturday, February 18th and will end on Sunday, February 26th (school will not be in session). School will resume Monday, February 27th.
over 1 year ago, Brocton Central School District
mid-winter recess
The Class of 2024 Parent Group is hosting a can and bottle drive tomorrow, February 18th at the Brocton Bus Garage located on School Street from 10 AM to 2 PM. Do you still have cans and bottles from the holidays? We will take them! All proceeds will benefit the Brocton Junior and Senior Prom and the Class of 2024 Senior Trip. Please support the Junior class of 2024.
over 1 year ago, Brocton Central School District
bottle/can drive
At the Board of Education meeting yesterday evening, February 16th, Mrs. Antolina recognized Sophia H. for February Middle School Student of the Month. Mrs. Antolina also recognized Drew G. for February High School Student of the Month. Mr. Delcamp, Mr. Mead-Colegrove and Mr. Roberts recognized Ms. Michelle Lindstrom for being Employee of the Month for February. Congratulations to these individuals!
over 1 year ago, Brocton Central School District
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D.G.
M.L.
This is a reminder that the Gertrude Hawk Easter candy forms are due back to the district tomorrow, Thursday, February 16, 2023. The tentative candy shipment date will be March 30, 2023.
over 1 year ago, Brocton Central School District
Gertrude Hawk Chocolates
This is a reminder that the Gertrude Hawk Easter candy forms are due back to the district no later than Thursday, February 16, 2023. The tentative candy shipment date will be March 30, 2023.
over 1 year ago, Brocton Central School District
Gertrude Hawk Chocolates
There will be an informational meeting on Wednesday, February 15, 2023 at 6:00 PM to discuss the Fall 2023 Boys Soccer program at the modified, JV and Varsity levels. We will be reviewing enrollment information, student interest data, and potential options to consider for the next few years as a District. Boys in grades 6 through 11 who are interested in playing boys soccer next fall should attend this meeting with their parents or guardian in the Auditorium.
over 1 year ago, Brocton Central School District
Soccer Announcement
The Class of 2024 Parent Group is hosting a can and bottle drive on Saturday, February 18th at the Brocton Bus Garage located on School Street from 10 AM to 2 PM. Do you still have cans and bottles from the holidays? We will take them! All proceeds will benefit the Brocton Junior and Senior Prom and the Class of 2024 Senior Trip. Please support the Junior class of 2024.
over 1 year ago, Brocton Central School District
Bottle/Can Drive
The elementary STEM club met today for the first time. For the next six weeks, the members of this club will be in "training" for the Chautauqua County STEM Wars. They will represent our school in competitions that include robotics coding, engineering small scale catapults and marble runs, and designing Science posters and a team t-shirt. There will also be an opportunity for team members to share their own creations in a Maker Faire.
over 1 year ago, Mrs. Huber
stem club
stem club
stem club
stem club
Tomorrow is P.S. I Love You Day. We are excited to see purple spread throughout our school to stand up against bullying, help end depression and ultimately end suicide. 200 schools nationwide will be participating! We are hopeful that more love, kindness and connectedness will bring our school together as a family. Don't forget to wear purple for us, wear purple for the silent battles we can't see.
over 1 year ago, Brocton Central School District
P.S. I love you 2023
Ms. Glasier and Ms. Hamlet's first grade classes participated in a cross curricular distance learning project with classrooms from Long Island. The project was themed around the book The Mitten. Each class read the book, wrote about their favorite part of the book, created their own mitten with animals craft, and chose an animal character from the book to write descriptive clues about. On January 31 and February 2, the classes video conferenced with the classes from Long Island. Every class shared a map of where they lived and taught each other about their communities. The children were amazed at how far away they were from each other even though lived in the same state. Then the classed took turns reading their favorites parts of the book. Finally, they played a guessing game where students read their animal character clues and the other class had to guess the animal. Once the animal characters were correctly guessed, the boys and girls had a chance to share their mitten and animal crafts.
over 1 year ago, Mrs. Huber
Students zooming with another class
sharing animals
student reading clues
There will be an informational meeting on Wednesday, February 15, 2023 at 6:00 PM to discuss the Fall 2023 Boys Soccer program at the modified, JV and Varsity levels. We will be reviewing enrollment information, student interest data, and potential options to consider for the next few years as a District. Boys in grades 6 through 11 who are interested in playing boys soccer next fall should attend this meeting with their parents or guardian in the Auditorium.
over 1 year ago, Brocton Central School District
Soccer Announcement
We have converted Mrs. Anderson’s AIS classroom into a campground thanks to donations provided through Donors Choose. Our desks have become tents and bear caves have been constructed where we will read and work on math skills. A lot of learning is expected to take place along with tons of fun. The focus will be on targeting and building the foundational skills that are necessary for students to become successful in reading/math. Each day overflows with hands-on learning, cooking classes, and HAPPY surprises.
over 1 year ago, Kathy Garnsey
Camp Learn-A-Lot
Welcome to Camp Learn-A-Lot
Camp Learn-A-Lot
Camp Learn-A-Lot
The Brocton Central School District would like to wish you a Happy Groundhog Day!!
over 1 year ago, Brocton Central School District
Happy Groundhog Day
Will Phil see his shadow?
Driver's Education this summer - are you interested?
over 1 year ago, Laurie Skinner, BCS Guidance Secretary
Driver's Education Survey