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The Kenmore-Town of Tonawanda School District Adult Education Office and Adult Education Programs have moved to the second floor of the Kenmore Middle School Building, located at 155 Delaware Road, Kenmore, NY 14217.
The 2018 Kenmore-Town of Tonawanda Union Free School District Budget Vote and Board of Education Election took place on Tuesday, May 15, 2018 at Hoover Middle School. Click here for the voting results.
June 6 was a very special night as the Ken-Ton School District celebrated 11 graduating seniors who represent the Big Picture Program's fourth graduating class in Ken-Ton.
A total of 39 retiring members of the Kenmore-Town of Tonawanda School District faculty, staff and administration were honored at the 2018 Retiree Reception.
The Ken-Ton School District will soon be accepting proposals for its first-ever Innovation Contest. Stay tuned for more information and be sure to visit www.ktufsd.org/innovation for updates.
On May 22, Holmes Elementary School students had the opportunity to use tickets they had earned through the Stepping It Up Program to "purchase" a very special UPS experience.
The 12th annual WNY Ride for Missing Children came to Lindbergh Elementary and the enthusiasm of students and staff alike was truly appreciated by the dozens of riders who took part.
We are proud of Ken-Ton School District instructional coach Phil Jarosz who was named the 2018 Person of the Year by the Buffalo Theatre Guild.
All Ken-Ton School District athletes entering grades 7-12 are invited to take part in the free Competitive Edge Sports Performance Program from July 9 to August 9.
The Kenmore East High School Performing Arts Hall of Fame Committee is looking for nominees for its 2019 class, the fifth group honored by the school.
Great job to the students and staff at Edison Elementary School who collected more than $3,300 through the Pennies for Patients Drive to benefit the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.
Three talented Lindbergh Elementary School students recently had the opportunity to join the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra and Chorus as part of their recent concert, “Carmina Burana.”
Great job to Edison Elementary School students who donated 25 “comfort cases” – bags packed with items for children entering foster care – through a school-wide collection drive.
In March, 17 Kenmore East High School students participated in the National French Contest (le Grand Concours), an annual competition sponsored by the American Association of Teachers of French.