Parent Teacher Conferences will be held on Thursday, November 16th, 2023, from 5pm-8pm and on Friday, November 17th, 2023, From 11:00am-3:30pm.
26 days ago, Ashley Karalus
Parent/Teacher Conferences
In honor of Veterans Day, there will be no school on November 10th, 2023.
about 1 month ago, Ashley Karalus
Thank you Veteran's!
October in the Elementary Library was a busy month full of scary stories read in the dark, group projects, paper pumpkin patches, and a lot of reading! Mr. Galofaro is also proud of how many students are using Open Library time in the morning to exchange books all week!
about 1 month ago, Kristin Zappie
Students listen to scary stories in the dark.
Students work together
teacher helps student
Girl creates paper craft
girl holds paper pumpkin
boy cuts paper
Girl cuts paper pumpkin stem
Teacher shows students how to build paper pumpkin
Girl with paper pumpkin
Girl with paper pumpkin
Today, Monday, November 6th marks the day of National School Psychology Week. The Brocton Central School District would like to express our gratitude for the incredible work our School Psychologist, Mrs. Rachel Rollman does at Brocton Central School District. This is the perfect opportunity to recognize Mrs. Rollman’s outstanding contributions to our school community. Her dedication to the students and colleagues is truly remarkable, and it is evident in the countless ways she supports them each day. Mrs. Rollman’s expertise in psychology has helped countless students to overcome challenges and reach their full potential. Her kindness and empathy have made a positive impact on so many lives, and we are truly grateful for everything she does. On behalf of the entire Brocton Central School District community, we want to thank Mrs. Rollman for her unwavering commitment to our students and for being an excellent School Psychologist.
about 1 month ago, Brocton Central School District
National School Psychologist Week
The Brocton Central School District would like to kindly remind you to not forget to turn your clocks back one hour on Sunday, November 5th.
about 1 month ago, Ashley Karalus
Don't forget to Fall back!
Human Rights Poster Contest: Create a poster about a human right that is important to you and see your work displayed at JCC's Weeks Gallery on December 10th, Human Rights Day!: https://5il.co/28a0y
about 1 month ago, Brocton Central School District
Human Rights Poster Contest
The Brocton High School Rotary Interact Club will be having a bottle and can drive this Saturday, November 4th from 9 AM until Noon at the Brocton Central School District Bus Garage off of School Street. The proceeds will be used for the club's community service project called the Preventative Angels to provide gifts for a needy family this Holiday Season.
about 1 month ago, Brocton Central School District
Bottle/Can Drive
Brocton Central School District wishes everyone a happy and safe Halloween to you all!
about 1 month ago, Ashley Karalus
Happy Halloween!
PTSA Zap A Snack pick up is today until 5! Thank you for all your support!
about 1 month ago, Kristin Zappie
Today, October 28, 2023 marks National First Responders Day. The Brocton Central School District recognizes and expresses gratitude towards various first responder departments and services. These include the Brocton Fire Department, the Portland Fire Department, the Chautauqua County Sheriff's Department, New York State Police, Office of Emergency Services, Allstar Ambulance Services, as well as other local paramedics, EMTs, firefighters, and police officers. The district acknowledges and appreciates the dedication and selfless service of these brave individuals who put their lives on the line to safeguard the lives and property of our fellow citizens.
about 1 month ago, Brocton Central School District
National First Responder's Day
Friday, October 27, 2013 Girls Volleyball will be playing in Panama for the Quarterfinal Playoff game at 6:00. Come support the team if you can!
about 1 month ago, Ms. Tye
The Westfield / Brocton Boys Varsity Soccer Team is advancing to the Class C Semi-Finals this Wednesday evening at 7:30 PM vs. Wilson at Eden High School. You must purchase tickets online prior to the game: https://gofan.co/event/1133413?schoolId=NYSHSAAVI&fbclid=IwAR3DqKabDctBltl_k0MDm6klxzshBDlhCG3rwUKEIPWZSmWakbUMMA_i2RQ
about 2 months ago, Brocton Central School District
Boys Varsity Soccer 2023
There will be no school on Friday, October 27th.
about 2 months ago, Ashley Karalus
Superintendent's Conference Day
Middle/High School Picture retakes will be held on October 30th, 2023.
about 2 months ago, Ashley Karalus
MHS Picture Retakes
Congratulations to our September Successmaker Reading class of the month and students of the month. The class of the month with the most average gain in Successmaker was Mrs. Marvin's fifth grade. The following students were the grade level Successmaker, students a month for having the most gain in the program during the month of September: Liam Kelley, Nadalie Dituri, Lily Burrows, Emmett Hannah, Gabriel Hallowell, and Jaxen Fraey. Lila Deering had the most time in the program for the month of September. The students of the month played Plinko for prizes. The class of the month earned a free ice cream or other treat from the cafeteria.
about 2 months ago, Mrs. Huber
September success maker students of the month
September success maker students of the month
September success maker students of the month
September success maker students of the month
September success maker students of the month
September success maker students of the month
September success maker students of the month
September success maker students of the month
September success maker students of the month
Congratulations to our September Successmaker Reading class of the month and students of the month. The class of the month with the most average gain in Successmaker was Mrs. Marvin's fifth grade. The following students were the grade level Successmaker, students a month for having the most gain in the program during the month of September: Liam Kelley, Nadalie Dituri, Lily Burrows, Emmett Hannah, Gabriel Hallowell, and Jaxen Fraey. Lila Deering had the most time in the program for the month of September. The students of the month played Plinko for prizes. The class of the month earned a free ice cream or other treat from the cafeteria.
about 2 months ago, Mrs. Huber
September success maker students of the month
September success maker students of the month
September success maker students of the month
September success maker students of the month
September success maker students of the month
September success maker students of the month
September success maker students of the month
September success maker students of the month
September success maker students of the month
The Brocton Central School District now has its very own online apparel store through BSN! Not only can we represent our school with awesome merchandise, but every purchase also supports the Brocton Athletic Club. Let's get shopping and show our support! https://sideline.bsnsports.com/schools/new_york/brocton/brocton-high-school
about 2 months ago, Brocton Central School District
Find your new favorite shirt
The Brocton Central School District is currently hiring for substitute and full-time positions. To apply, interested individuals should visit the district's website at www.broctoncsd.org. From there, click on the Menu tab, go to Employment Opportunities, and select BCSD Employment Applications.
about 2 months ago, Brocton Central School District
Full-Time Positions Available
Substitute Positions
Yesterday evening, October 18th, at the Board of Education meeting, Mrs. Antolina recognized Marissa B. for being the October Middle School Student of the Month (not pictured). Mrs. Antolina also recognized Ayden M. for being October High School Student of the Month (not pictured). Mr. Delcamp, Mr. Mead-Colegrove and Mrs. Kopiczak recognized Ms. AnnMarie Hamlet for being Employee of the Month for October. Congratulations to all of these individuals!
about 2 months ago, Brocton Central School District
October 2023 EOM
The elementary STEM Club met for the first time Friday morning. The club, which is composed of students in grades 3-5, focused on teamwork by working together in two STEM challenges. They had to save Sam the Worm by rescuing him from a capsized "boat" and getting his "life saver" on him, the catch was they could only use one paperclips to do so. Then they played Suspend with a partner and attempted to build the tallest tower. These STEM thinking and team building skills are preparing them to compete in the 2024 STEM Wars.
about 2 months ago, Mrs. Huber
STEM Club Team Building
STEM Club Team Building
STEM Club Team Building
STEM Club Team Building
Saving Sam the Worm
Saving Sam the Worm