Kenmore-Town of Tonawanda UFSD students, families and staff are invited to prepare for flu season by getting their flu vaccinations at clinics provided by Independent Nursing Care.
Holmes Elementary teachers and staff will take part in a "McTeacher's Night" event at the McDonald's on the corner of Sheridan Drive and Delaware Avenue on Thursday, Sept. 28 from 4-7 p.m.
Kenmore West High School Girls Varsity Volleyball coach Kelly Strong was recognized by Section VI for her commitment to coaching with the ideals of sportsmanship always as one of her pillars.
Lindbergh Elementary School staff and students started the school year off with a variety of fun activities the first week of the school year including a magic show with an anti-bullying message.
Staff and students at Franklin Middle School and Hoover Middle School have created a school environment “Where Everybody Belongs” through the innovative WEB program.
Kenmore West High School school monitor Teresa Crean has been nominated for the 2017-2018 national LifeChanger of the Year award sponsored by the National Life Group Foundation.
Students from elementary schools across the Ken-Ton School District from kindergarten to Grade 3 participated in a Summer Learning Program with focused instruction using the American Reading Program.
Students enjoyed a successful music program during the summer led by Ken-Ton School District music teachers. The summer music program is open to all students in Western New York.
Hoover Middle School will host its first Parent Academy, "Kids Escaping Drugs, Face2Face" at 5:30 p.m. Sept. 13 in the cafeteria. The event is open to all district families.
Superintendent Stephen Bovino gave all staff a warm welcome on Tuesday, August 29 at Kenmore West High School to kick off the 2017-18 school year.
The Summer 2017 edition of the SchoolGram, the e-newsletter of the Ken-Ton School District, has been posted to the SchoolGram page at www.ktufsd.org/schoolgram.
Students in the Kenmore East High School jazz combo the Jello Molds performed at the fourth annual Buffalo-Niagara Blues Festival hosted by the Blues Society of Western New York.
In the spring, numerous students and staff supported the Big Kenmore Clean Up hosted by the Kenmore Village Improvement Society. Participants picked up trash and swept in the Village of Kenmore.
Four Kenmore East baseball players received the Robert Marafino scholarship award which is named after Coach Marafino, the first varsity baseball coach in the school's history.
The 2017 spring season ended with numerous accomplishments and achievements for Kenmore-Town of Tonawanda School District students and staff.
Ken-Ton students performed phenomenally at the Darien Lake Music Festival, which featured music ensembles from across New York State competing.