Like all schools, Holmes Elementary is gearing up for a fun and engaging year in math. During the school’s recent Open House event, staff prepared interactive tables for parents and children to explore math games with guidance from staff.
Students and staff at Franklin Middle School recently set a goal for themselves: raise $1,000 to support the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. In the end, one student raised that entire amount on his own.
A stage has been installed in the atrium near the porch area of Kenmore East High School. It used to be a relatively quiet area, but now it is used in the mornings and afternoons by student musicians and ensembles as well as for skits and public speaking.
Lindbergh Elementary School teacher Wendy Cummins and her fourth-grade students collected $160 for the Make-A-Wish foundation in order to kick off the class’s yearlong theme of “Making a Difference” in the lives of others.
During the last two seasons, the students of Holmes Elementary School’s Girls on the Run teams established four book exchanges inspired by the national Little Free Library movement to increase access to children’s books in the school community.
Click here to read an update on the Scenario I district consolidation transition from Dawn F. Mirand, Superintendent of the Kenmore-Town of Tonawanda Union Free School District, posted on the transition website at ktufsd.org/transition.
Grade 7-8 Open House events at Kenmore West, which took place Oct. 1, and at Kenmore East on Nov. 9 give seventh- and eighth-grade students who will soon be making the transition to high school the opportunity to learn about the robust array of programs offered at the high school level.
Kenmore East will host its second Craft & Vendor Fair from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 31 to benefit the post-prom party. After the success of last year’s event, organizers will expand the event to include a theme basket auction and food and refreshments for sale.
The SchoolGram, the newsletter of the Kenmore-Town of Tonawanda UFSD, will now be published monthly in e-newsletter format, allowing readers to access it in their email or on the web from any device including tablets and smart phones.
Meet the members of the Kenmore East High School 2015 Homecoming Court, who were announced at the Friday, September 25 pep rally: seniors Frank Boeck and Alix Sorrento, juniors Sam Balesteri and Alex Henning, sophomores Jacob Taggart and Maddie Kaifis-Steiner, and freshmen John O'Connell and Elizabeth Bokoski.