Parent/Family Information & Resources
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The Center for Family Engagement, an initiative of the National PTA, provides a variety of informational resources for parents and guardians to support their students' success in school.
The Code of Conduct defines expectations for acceptable conduct on school property and possible consequences of unacceptable conduct, and ensures that discipline, when necessary, is administered promptly and fairly.
The Family Support Center is often a first stop for families in need and provides counseling services for school district families and staff in its own state-of-the-art facility located at 255 Myron Ave. The Family Support Center also connects clients with countless resources in the community.
Every spring, the Grades 3-8 English Language Arts (ELA) and Mathematics Tests are administered to students across New York State. These annual ELA and math tests for students in grades 3-8 are required by the federal Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) of 2015. Click here for information from the NYS Education Department: The 2020 Grade 3-8 New York State Assessments: What Parents Need to Know.
In accordance with the New York State Sex Offender Registration Act, also known as Megan’s Law, law enforcement agencies periodically provide notifications to school districts regarding registered sex offenders who may be residing or intend to reside within the school district.
Ken-Ton School District parents can sign up for My Stop, which will allow them to securely view the location of their child’s school bus in real time and the estimated time of arrival at the bus stop. The tool is available both as a mobile and web-based app using GPS devices now installed on all Ken-Ton School District buses.
Visit the Ken-Ton School District Food & Nutrition Services website for breakfast/lunch menus, nutrition information, information on free- and reduced-price meals, pre-payment options, and more.
Ken-Ton School District parents are able to stay up-to-date on grades, assignments, attendance, schedules, announcements, and more through Infinite Campus/Parent Portal.
Occasionally, district schools are closed or delayed due to inclement weather. Learn about the decision-making process and how closings/delays are communicated.
Find detailed information about district notifications (such as school closings and informational alerts) and how to sign up.
Find all past district notifications and use Google Translate to translate past messages.
Information for parents of Ken-Ton School District athletes as well as sports schedules are provided by the Athletics Department.
Use the Ken-Ton School District Staff Directory to find contact information for any member of the school or district staff. Please note that a staff member's location indicates their assigned payroll location. Staff may report to different sites, multiple sites, etc.
Find examples of commonly requested records and documents, and the best point of contact for information on making such a request.
Online/Google calendars for the Ken-Ton School District and each of its schools as well as the district calendar publication can be found here. You can also find the following school year's calendar as soon as it is adopted, which typically takes place in March for the following year.
Find district contact information/hours of operation, school/staff directories, options to send us your comments or message us on Facebook, a way to report bullying, and information on what to do if you have questions/concerns.
The SchoolGram is the e-newsletter of the Ken-Ton School District. It is published every 3-4 weeks during the school year and includes district/school news and updates and important informational alerts. You can sign up to receive the SchoolGram in your inbox, or view current/past editions at ktufsd.org/schoolgram.
Find information on the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) and the Parent's Bill of Rights for Data Privacy and Security, as well as information on how to ensure that your children are excluded from photographs, interviews, and recordings.
Find links to community resources and partners provided by the Ken-Ton School District Family Support Center and Town of Tonawanda Coalition.