The Ken-Ton School District is pleased to expand summer school programming to the elementary and middle school level in addition to the high school level this 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.
The Kenmore-Town of Tonawanda UFSD Board of Education welcomed its newest member, Trustee Michelle Tarbox, at its Reorganizational Meeting on Tuesday, July 6.
The long-term project combined skills in a wide range of areas such as science, technology, reading, writing, research, and public speaking, as well as a variety of different apps and programs.
Kenmore East High School and Erie 1 BOCES joined forces in an effort to spark student interest in technical careers with a very special "cupcake war."
On Saturday, June 24 and Sunday, June 25, the Ken-Ton School District community honored 551 graduates of Kenmore East High School and Kenmore West High School.
The June 13, 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 at Hoover Middle School were given the opportunity to take part in a very special event that celebrated their accomplishments as well as former teachers who have had a major impact on their learning.
Congratulations to first-grade student Elliott Knoll from Hoover Elementary School teacher Crista Maghrak’s class, who was the first-place winner in the PBS Kids Writers Contest.
The 22nd Annual Ken-Ton Schools Athletic Hall of Fame Golf Tournament is scheduled for Wednesday, July 19 at Sheridan Golf Course.
Kenmore West junior Philip Davis, who will be graduating a year early, is one of only a tiny fraction of students nationwide to qualify as a National Merit Scholarship Program Finalist.