Click here for a Nov. 3 statement from the District on the ongoing Crosby project and an Oct. 26 statement from the Board of Education on turf installation.
Colin Lynch, a Ken-West senior and member of the cross-country and indoor/outdoor track teams, was selected as the WIVB Channel 4 Scholar Athlete for the month of November.
A total of 16 Ken-Ton School District varsity teams competing in the fall season qualified for the New York State Public High School Athletics Association Scholar Athlete distinction.
Registration for Kindergarten and UPK in the Ken-Ton School District will begin in January. Registration for all students is by appointment only at Central Registration.
A Kenmore West High School senior reflects on the opportunities made possible through the Ken-Ton world language education program's exchange partnerships.
All seventh-grade students at Hoover Middle School took part in the school’s sixth annual Career Day program with local professionals from 40 different career areas on hand.
The November 23, 2016 edition of the SchoolGram, the e-newsletter of the Kenmore-Town of Tonawanda Union Free School District, has been posted at www.ktufsd.org/schoolgram.
Numerous students from Kenmore-Town of Tonawanda UFSD schools were recently distinguished for their acceptance into a variety of highly selective music ensembles.
Lindbergh Elementary staff and students held a special assembly to celebrate veterans, and a second-grade class receives a special visit from the president/co-founder of WNY Heroes.
Heather Ratka, physical education teacher at Hoover Elementary, won statewide recognition for her contributions to health, physical education and wellness in Ken-Ton.
Emily Regan, part of the U.S. Women's National Team that won the Gold in the Women's Eight Rowing Final at the 2016 Summer Olympics, visited an Edison Elementary 2nd grade class.