The revised June 2024 calendar as of today, May 23, 2024 for the Brocton Central School District is as follows: The last day of regular school for grades 7-12 is Thursday, June 13, 2024. There will be an additional early dismissal for grades PreK-6 on Thursday, June 20, 2024. https://5il.co/2mgde
30 days ago, Brocton Central School District
Revised Calendar: To Include June 2024
Breathe Life invites you to join them on Wednesday’s starting tomorrow, May 22nd for their ‘Engage Youth Program’. Doors open at 5:45 PM and services start at 6 PM. Please click here for supporting information: https://5il.co/2m6xc https://5il.co/2m6xb
about 1 month ago, Brocton Central School District
ENGAGE Youth is back!
Engage Youth Nights
This is a friendly reminder that today is the 2024-2025 Budget and Board of Election Vote. The voting hours are from 12 PM to 8 PM. Voting will take place in the second half of the High School Gymnasium. Don't forget to exercise your right to vote!
about 1 month ago, Brocton Central School District
VOTE
Check out our "Pawrific Classes!" Each of the classes filled their pawprint charts by being recognized for meeting our school wide expectations of being respectful, responsible, and safe! Congratulations to Mrs. Mc Fadden's, Ms. Sobczyk's, Mrs. Persch's, Miss Bartok's, Mr. Daly-Griffen's, Mrs. Barnwell's, Miss Tye's, Miss Glasier's, and Mrs. Muck's classes for being "pawsome" examples of what it means to be a bulldog!
about 1 month ago, Rachel Offenbach-Smith
Image of a bulletin board displaying classes that have earned pawprints.
There will be no school Friday, May 24th and Monday, May 27th for the observance of Memorial Day. School will resume on Tuesday, May 28th.
about 1 month ago, Ashley Karalus - Parent
Memorial Day Weekend
Today, May 18th, is National Speech Pathologist Day! The Brocton Central School would like to express our heartfelt gratitude to our dedicated Speech/Language Pathologists, Ms. Olivia Kaltenbach and Mrs. Kara Trippi. Ms. Kaltenbach and Mrs. Trippi have made an invaluable impact on the lives of countless students at the Brocton Central School District. Their unwavering commitment to improving communication skills, enhancing language abilities, and fostering a positive learning environment for all has truly made a difference. Their expertise and passion have not only transformed the lives of our students but have also inspired our staff and families while creating a safe and supportive space where every child feels valued and empowered. On this special day, we want to recognize their tireless efforts, their unwavering dedication, and the positive impact they have on our school. Their work truly makes a world of difference.
about 1 month ago, Brocton Central School District
Thank-You Speech/Language Pathologists!
Attention community members, The Brocton Gardening Club is hosting a plant giveaway. Parents, staff and friends are welcome to come to the high school courtyard outside of the gym on Thursday May 23 from 2:30 to 5:30. We will be giving away flowers, vegetables and herbs grown by our students for home gardens. Plants will be given free of charge but donations or plants for trade are welcome.
about 1 month ago, Student Council Advisor
Plantswap
Elementary Swim Club will be canceled this afternoon, Thursday, May 16. Ms. Hamlet apologizes for any inconvenience. Thank You for understanding. We will resume Monday, May 20.
about 1 month ago, AnnMarie Hamlet
water
Thank you to all the families that came out to support the 2024 Adult and Me dance hosted by the class of 2025. Thank you to the kids and families who volunterred to run it and the staff that showed up too! It was an amazing turn out and everyone looks so good.
about 1 month ago, Ms. Tye
Limbo
father daughter
cha cha slide
mother son
dance
game
decorations
class advisors
YMCA
balloons
Brocton Central School District would like to wish all mothers a Happy Mother’s Day!
about 1 month ago, Ashley Karalus - Parent
Happy Mother's Day!
On Saturday, May 4th, 21 vocal students and 4 instrumental students from Brocton attended the NYSSMA solo festival at SUNY Fredonia in Mason Hall. Students prepared solos, scales, and sight reading for adjudication to receive individual scores and assessments on their performances. Solos are graded level 1-6, with 1 being the least difficult and 6 being the most difficult. All of our students who prepared a solo levels 1-4 received either an “Excellent” or “Outstanding” rating, and our students who prepared a solo levels 5 or 6 received an “A” or “A+” rating. These scores will be used to determine if anyone will be selected for Zone 1 Area All-State in the fall. Congratulations to our Brocton students!
about 1 month ago, Brian Hornbuckle
Mason Hall, SUNY Fredonia
Kids Yoga is canceled for tomorrow and will resume next Thursday, May 16th at 7:45am.
about 1 month ago, AnnMarie Hamlet
KAY
Don't forget there is an exciting night ahead Friday, May 10, 2024 the class of 2025 will be hosting an adult and me dance from 6pm to 9pm in the HS gym and Cafeteria. There will be dancing, snacks, and games. Hope to see you there!
about 1 month ago, Ms. Tye
information n the dance
Today, the Brocton Central School District would like to take a moment to celebrate School Nurse Day and express our heartfelt gratitude to our exceptional school nurses, Ms. Jennifer Newman, RN and Mrs. Cynthia Szymanowski, LPN. Their commitment to student health is evident in their tireless efforts to create a safe and supportive environment for all. They are always willing to go the extra mile to address the physical, emotional and social needs of our students. On this special day, we want to thank Ms. Newman and Mrs. Szymanowski for their exceptional dedication and unwavering compassion. They are true assets to our school community, and we are fortunate to have them as part of our team.
about 2 months ago, Brocton Central School District
National School Nurse Day
On behalf of the Brocton Central School District, we would like to express our heartfelt gratitude to our Teachers during Teacher Appreciation Week. We recognize the exceptional dedication and unwavering efforts they put forth every day to inspire and empower our students. Their passion for education and commitment to their success is truly remarkable. Their tireless work extends far beyond the classroom, shaping the lives of our students and making a lasting impact on our community. We are deeply indebted to our Teachers for their invaluable contributions.
about 2 months ago, Brocton Central School District
Thank You Brocton CSD Teachers!
The Brocton Central School District would like to wish you a Happy Cinco de Mayo!
about 2 months ago, Ashley Karalus - Parent
Happy Cinco de Mayo!
Today is School Lunch Hero Day! The Brocton Central School District would like to take this opportunity to express our sincere gratitude to our Food Service Workers and their substitutes for their exceptional work. Our Food Service team plays a vital role in the well-being of our students. They ensure that our children have access to nutritious and delicious meals that fuel their bodies and minds. We would like to recognize their unwavering commitment and say a heartfelt thank you. Their efforts make a real difference in the lives of our students and our entire school community.
about 2 months ago, Brocton Central School District
School Lunch Hero Day
Today, May 1st, is National School Principals Day, and the Brocton Central School District is honored to recognize and express our deepest gratitude to our exceptional principals Mrs. Sandra Kopiczak (Elementary Principal), Mrs. Elizabeth Antolina (Middle/High School Principal), and Mrs. Melanie Ulinger (Director of Special Education). On this special day, we acknowledge the invaluable contributions of our principals and express our sincere appreciation for their dedication, hard work and unwavering commitment to our staff and students. Thank you, Mrs. Kopiczak, Mrs. Antolina, and Mrs. Ulinger, for making a profound difference in our school community.
about 2 months ago, Brocton Central School District
Thank You School Principals!
Kindergarten students in Mrs. Zappie's Computers continue to learn about our Earth. Here, students learned about how seeds travel and had to use mouse skills to catch them all before they move onto the next level to learn about a different type of seed.
about 2 months ago, Kristin Zappie
Girl at computer
boy at computer
boy at computer
Girl at computer
The first grade is learning about the science of sound. This week they learned to play Boomwhackers to not only make music, but also to learn the science behind sound vibrations and how size affects pitch. This is preparing them for next week's STEM project, which is to design and build an instrument.
about 2 months ago, Mrs. Huber
first grade boomwhacker science
first grade boomwhacker science