Softball signups: Tomorrow Feb. 10th there will be Softball Little League signups for this year from 10-12 and Tuesday from 6-8pm or anyone that is 16 or younger as of December 31, 2023. Location: American Legion
2 months ago, Marie Persch
The kindergarten has been learning about force and motion. As part of this unit, they explored how speed affects force by programming Ozobots to bowl. They explored how the different color codes change the speed of the robot and how the speed affects how the bowling pins are knocked down.
2 months ago, Mrs. Huber
ozobtos and force lesson
ozobtos and force lesson
ozobtos and force lesson
ozobtos and force lesson
ozobtos and force lesson
ozobtos and force lesson
ozobtos and force lesson
The first graders participated in a distance learning project centered around the book The Mitten. After reading the book, the students identified one animal to write clues about. On February 7th and 8th, each class had a video conference with schools from Long Island and Roscoe, NY. The classes learned about each other's schools, communities, and then shared their clues in a guess the animal from the book game.
2 months ago, Mrs. Huber
first grade mitten project
first grade mitten project
Mr. Galofaro's library classes and Mrs. Zappie's Media classes joined together to enjoy National Day of Play!
2 months ago, Kristin Zappie
students play with marbles
student inside tunnel
student builds with kit
students playing with dollholuse
kids playing tic tac toe
two girls playing a dice game
three girls
boy playing with chains
girl with face paint
Yesterday evening, February 7th, at the Board of Education meeting, Mr. Delcamp recognized Kolton S. for being the February Middle School Student of the Month (pictured). Mr. Delcamp recognized Ethan Z. for being February High School Student of the Month (not pictured). Mr. Delcamp and Mr. Mead-Colegrove recognized Mrs. Linda Barnwell for being Employee of the Month for February (pictured). Congratulations to all of these individuals!
2 months ago, Brocton Central School District
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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.
2 months ago, Ashley Karalus - Parent
P.S. I love you
Brocton Central School District & Community Members: P.S. I Love You Day- Wear PURPLE THEME: LOVE IS MEANT TO BE GIVEN: to ourselves, others & the world When: Friday, February 9, 2024. Please join us in wearing the color purple on February 9, 2024 to help instill hope for people affected with mental health issues, fostering a supportive environment and community where everyone feels welcomed, loved and supported. We are all in need of support at times. P.S. I Love You Day is a great reminder that we can all come together and support one another.
2 months ago, Amber Nickerson-Buchanan
PS I LOVE YOU DAY
PS I LOVE YOU DAY
The Brocton Central School Drama Club proudly presents this year's musical, Freaky Friday on Friday, February 16th and Saturday, February 17th at 7 pm. Tickets are $10 each. Tickets can be purchased ahead of time at the following site: https://search.seatyourself.biz/webstore/accounts/broctoncsd/buy-tix Tickets can also be purchased at the door, but they are going fast! Don't delay!
2 months ago, Brian Hornbuckle
The Brocton Central School District Drama Club invites you to the musical Freaky Friday February 16th and February 17th. Tickets can be purchased through the district website.
This week the Brocton Central School District celebrates National School Counseling week. It is important to recognize those individuals who go above and beyond in their jobs, and Mrs. Fitzgerald is certainly one of those people. Mrs. Fitzgerald has consistently demonstrated her commitment to helping students grow and succeed in all aspects of their lives. She is always available to lend an ear, offer guidance, and provide support in any way that she can. Her tireless efforts have made a significant impact on the lives of countless students and their families.
2 months ago, Brocton Central School District
National School Counseling Week
The Brocton Central School District would like to wish you a Happy Groundhog Day!!
2 months ago, Ashley Karalus - Parent
Happy Groundhog Day!
Save the date! Prom will be held Friday, May 24th, 2024.
3 months ago, Ashley Karalus
Prom 2024
Just a friendly reminder that school will be in session this Friday, February 2nd. The Superintendents conference day that was previously scheduled for Friday has been moved to April 8th.
3 months ago, Ashley Karalus
Friendly Reminder:
This message is to inform you that the Brocton Elementary School is now accepting registrations for our PreK & Kindergarten classes for the 2024-2025 school year. Registration packets for students eligible for PreK & Kindergarten can be obtained by calling the Elementary Office at (716) 792-2100. To be eligible for PreK, children must turn four (4) on or before December 1, 2024. To be eligible for Kindergarten, children must turn five (5) on or before December 1, 2024. When turning in your completed registration packet, a copy of your child’s birth certificate, documented immunization records and two proofs of residency are required.
3 months ago, BROCTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Please keep a look out for the Gertrude Hawk Candy flier your child will be bringing home. This sale supports the Brocton Booster Club. The fundraiser will take place from January 20th through February 15th. Orders will be delivered the week of March 18th.
3 months ago, Brocton Central School District
Gertrude Hawk Chocolate
After listening to the story Newton and Me, a children's book on force and motion and how surfaces and incline affect speed, kindergarten learned more about force and motion through play. The students played games on different surfaces with a ball and then built devices to make a ball move faster or slower and change directions.
3 months ago, Mrs. Huber
Kindergarten physics through  project
Kindergarten physics through  project
Kindergarten physics through  project
Kindergarten physics through  project
Kindergarten physics through  project
Earlier this week, the 4th and 5th graders who met their Successmaker personal reading goal celebrated with a STEM and Games party. Today and next week the first, second, and third graders who met their goal will also participate in a STEM and Games party.
3 months ago, Mrs. Huber
th and 5th grade SM STEM and Game party
th and 5th grade SM STEM and Game party
th and 5th grade SM STEM and Game party
th and 5th grade SM STEM and Game party
th and 5th grade SM STEM and Game party
th and 5th grade SM STEM and Game party
th and 5th grade SM STEM and Game party
4th and 5th grade SM STEM and Game party
This message is to inform you that the Brocton Elementary School is now accepting registrations for our PreK & Kindergarten classes for the 2024-2025 school year. Registration packets for students eligible for PreK & Kindergarten can be obtained by calling the Elementary Office at (716) 792-2100. To be eligible for PreK, children must turn four (4) on or before December 1, 2024. To be eligible for Kindergarten, children must turn five (5) on or before December 1, 2024. When turning in your completed registration packet, a copy of your child’s birth certificate, documented immunization records and two proofs of residency are required.
3 months ago, BROCTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Brocton Rooms Quick Help Video Click the following link for a quick video to help you learn your way around the new rooms platform! How to send messages, view classwork and more!
3 months ago, Rachel Offenbach-Smith
Rooms parent chat feature screen
Kindergarten started a unit on force and motion. The unit began with a story titled Ricky the Rock Can't Roll, where students explored and discussed why a rock may or may not roll. After they the story, they created their own inventions to help a flat piece of wood roll. Students using the engineering process to design and build the inventions, tested it on a cardboard ramp, and modified it as needed.
3 months ago, Mrs. Huber
Kindergarten making flat objects roll
Kindergarten making flat objects roll
Kindergarten making flat objects roll
Kindergarten making flat objects roll
Kindergarten making flat objects roll
Kindergarten making flat objects roll
Kindergarten making flat objects roll
Brocton Elementary School is accepting registrations for our Kindergarten and PreK classes for the 2024-2025 school year. Registration packets for students eligible for Kindergarten and PreK can be obtained by calling the elementary office. To be eligible for Kindergarten children must turn 5 on or before December 1, 2024 and Pre-K children must turn 4 on or before December 1, 2024. Along with the completed packets, a copy of a birth certificate, documented immunization records, and two proofs of residency are required. Please call the school office at (716) 792-2100 to request a registration packet.
3 months ago, Brocton Elementary School