The Kenmore-Town of Tonawanda UFSD regretfully announces that Board of Education Trustee Annemarie Gibson will step down from her position on the Board of Education effective July 29, 2015.
The Class of 2015 included 54 students who completed the IB Program and 18 students who successfully completed the Career Academies.
The Kenmore West Alumni Foundation awarded $44,500 in scholarships to 11 deserving students, representing the highest amount to date.
Many students from Hoover Middle Kenmore West who studied German during the 2014-15 school year were honored for outstanding effort and achievement in learning a new language.
In January 2015, the District commissioned a study of the District's administrative and leadership structure. An executive summary and presentation can be found here and on the "Documents & Plans" page under "District."
Board members unanimously appointed Trustee Jill O'Malley as president and newly sworn-in Trustee Andrew Gianni as vice president.
Sponsored by the Niagara Falls Memorial Medical Center and UBMD Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine, the program takes place from 9 to 10:30 a.m. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at Ken-West.
The Wellness Program recently honored Kim Leggett, PE teacher at Franklin Middle, and Gail Giessert, physical therapist, as the district’s 2015 Wellness Advocates of the Year.
Two classes at Lindbergh Elementary School recently hosted a very special celebration for two of their classmates, whose father's long wait for a heart transplant recently ended.
A total of 111 students were honored as Hoover Middle School celebrated its “Moving Up Day” with a recent awards ceremony to mark eighth-graders’ transition to high school.