The elementary report cards parents and guardians will receive at parent/teacher conferences will have a new format and content. read more
Beginning Nov. 1, KLR will offer all students breakfast and lunch completely free of charge. Students will still need to enter their ID numbers when choosing a meal, however, no charges will be made to his/her account. Snacks will continue to be available for purchase. Families with negative balances as of Nov. 1 will still continue to receive debt notices.
The fourth, five and sixth grade choruses will present a winter concert on Wednesday, Dec. 17 at 7:00 p.m. in the MHS auditorium. This is incorrectly listed on the calendar as a MS/HS Prism concert.
Monday, October 27 - DAY 5
Tuesday, October 28 - DAY1
Wednesday, October 29 - DAY 2
Thursday, October 30 - DAY 3
Friday, October 31 - DAY 4 (early dismissal at 12:15 p.m.)
Vice Principal Doug Murphy promised the fourth grade classes that he’d take a pie to the face if they could solve 100 math problems in five minutes or less. Click here to see the pictures!
Along with upbeat music, the members of the band shared their personal experiences with bullying. read more
Ms. Kozachuk's first graders are enjoying a donated carpet, thanks to help from an online charity. read more
We are very excited to start a new school year! See what else we've got planned here.
The food service program provides students with tasty, healthy meals every school day. Click here to see what students can purchase for breakfast and lunch this month, to find out how to pay for school meals online or to see if your child qualifies for free or reduced meal prices.
Have you signed up for the free, opt-in resource Parent Today? Be sure to check out the Parent Today e-newsletter and website, which offer tips and resources to aid parents in their partnership with educators to support students throughout the educational process, from pre-k through high school. More
View important dates for the 2014-15 school year. view the student calendar [PDF]
Jan. 2014 - This resource will help parents use their child's homework sheets from the New York State curriculum modules in order to find tips and tricks that they need to better maneuver the EngageNY website (www.engageny.org).
In this video: A guided tour of a mathematics homework assignment for a third grade student based on the engageNY curriculum modules is explained by Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction Tammy Mangus. She explains how parents can use the information on the modules to navigate the EngageNY website, find useful information on all modules and use the LearnZillion.com website to further help understand the lessons of the modules.
Visit the engageny.org website for FUN ways to strengthen your child’s skills.