The Writers Inc parent group is hosting a spaghetti dinner, Chinese auction, and a 50/50 drawing at the Brocton Legion this Sunday, October 23rd, from 1-5 p.m. Tickets are $10, and raffle tickets are $5 per sheet of 25. The proceeds go toward the Brocton CSD’s Writers Inc group trip to Europe in 2024. Raffle drawings will take place at 4 p.m. We hope to see you there!
Before the Board of Education meeting yesterday, the Brocton Central School District held a Recognition Event that recognized the Board of Education, Tenured Employees, New Employees, and the Employees who have switched their roles in the district (pictured). At the Board of Education meeting, Mrs. Antolina and Mrs. Fabiano recognized Nataleigh F. for October Middle School Student of the Month (pictured) and Michael M. for being October High School Student of the Month (not pictured). Mr. Delcamp recognized Mr. Michael Schultz for being Employee of the Month for October (not pictured). Congratulations to these individuals!
Today kicks off School Board Recognition week (October 17-21, 2022) and all of us at the Brocton Central School District want to give a big thank you to our Board of Education members for all they do and their commitment to our faculty, staff and students!
Today, October 16, 2022 is National Boss's Day! The Brocton Central School District would like to recognize Mr. Delcamp, Mrs. Barkley, Mrs. Ulinger, Mrs. Kopiczak, Mrs. Antolina, Mr. Roberts, Mr. Schultz, and Ms. Farrell for their support, motivation, tough decision making, and good judgment. The Brocton Central School District couldn't ask for better supervisors. Their dedication to Brocton CSD's success never has gone unnoticed.
See the attached flyer for information on an Adolescent Peer Group offered by Chautauqa County Mental Hygiene
The E2CCB LoGuidice Educational Center invites you to join them on Thursday, October 27th from 5:30-7 p.m. to their Open House. To learn more about the E2CCB LoGuidice Education Center Open House please click here: https://5il.co/1j6ur
The Brocton Central School District would like to announce that school is not in session today, October 10th in observance of Columbus Day. School will resume tomorrow, October 11th.
This message is to serve as a reminder that tomorrow, Friday, October 7th, there will be an emergency evacuation drill that will take place at 2 PM for all students (PreK-12).
October is National Apple month. To celebrate, students visited the STEM lab where they shared the story The Apple Pie Tree and learned where apples come from, played an apple themed expressive language game, and then used their math and engineering skills to build "apple tress" that can balance a real apple using Makerspace materials.
Today, October 5, 2022 is National World Teacher's Day! Thank you to all the Teachers, Teaching Assistants, Teacher Aides, and Substitute Teaching Staff for always putting in the extra effort, an effort that isn't always seen; selfless effort. Thank you for going the extra mile. Thank you for teaching our Brocton students lessons beyond the teachings of textbooks. Thank you for broadening all of our points of view. You are the most powerful influencers in the world. Thank you for inspiring, influencing, teaching, and motivating our Brocton students. Together, we are Brocton Strong!
Today is National Custodian Recognition Day! They work while we sleep. Sometimes we walk around them in the halls not always “seeing” them or their work as important. That’s why we love this day, National Custodian Day, which rolls around every October 2. It recognizes the hard work that it takes to keep our public facilities in tip-top shape as well as the people who diligently work to make sure we have schools and workplaces that are spotless and sanitary. Our Maintenance Department is our first line of defense of the war on germs and often, it’s a thankless task. So, on National Custodian Day, please show your appreciation to the custodians and maintenance staff who clean and maintain the office buildings, classrooms and our outdoor/athletic facilities that you frequent at Brocton CSD. Thank you Ken, Mark, Jim, Jeff, Barb, Ryan, Joe, Tamara, Valerie, Will, Kelly, David, Bruce, and our dedicated substitute cleaners.
Brocton CSD would like to introduce you to Traversa Ride 360. Traversa Ride 360 allows easier communication between parents/guardians and the Transportation Department. To learn more about Traversa Ride 360 and to sign up, please click on the link: https://5il.co/1infl
The following students were chosen as Students of the Month demonstrating the character trait of Self-Control for the month of September. Copelynd S., Serenity W., Hope D., Lilliana V., Trevor D., Alice N., Aeris L., Khloe S., Joana V., Piper G., Taylyn M., Lucas B., Liam V., and AliviaLyn L.
On Thursday, September 29th, the Rite Aid Pharmacy will be at the Brocton Central School District from 2-3:30 p.m. in the Auditorium to provide FLU vaccines. Please bring your health insurance card if you wish to attend this clinic. If you have any questions, please call the Health Office at (716) 792-2146.
The Brocton Central School District invites you to join them on Thursday, October 13th at 7 p.m. in the Auditorium for a Family Night with special guest, Reggie Dabbs (Motivational Youth Speaker). To learn more about Family Night and supporting information please click here: https://5il.co/1ih9b
At the Board of Education meeting yesterday evening, Mrs. Antolina and Mrs. Fabiano recognized Owen P. for September Middle School Student of the Month and Bianca W. for being September High School Student of the Month. Mr. Delcamp, Mr. Mead-Colegrove and Mr. Roberts recognized Mr. Jeffrey Botham for being Employee of the Month for September. Congratulations to these individuals!
A Message from Superintendent, Jason C. Delcamp: https://5il.co/1i7vh
Happy International Dot Day! In honor of this day, the kindergarten classes have been spending time in the STEM lab building sticky dot towers. First, they listened to the story The Dot. Then they collaborated with a partner to build a tower using sticky dots and index cards. When the towers were complete, they were measured with rulers to see which tower was the tallest. This activity integrated literature while encouraging children to work on collaboration, communication, basic engineering, counting, comparison, and basic measurement skills.
The University Of Buffalo S-miles To Go Program will be returning to Brocton CSD in December to provide valuable dental services. If you wish for your child to participate, please return the dental patient consent form that was sent home. If you have any questions, please call the Health Office at (716) 792-2146.
We will never forget September 11, 2001.