Alternative funding sources, such as grants, lessen the impact on local taxpayers and help the district maintain current programming to Ken-Ton students. Click on title to read more.
Student gardeners learn how a byproduct of farming – manure - creates a nutritious soil for plants, and how local dairy farmers work every day of the year to produce milk.
Kenmore – Tonawanda School District was officially notified by USDA that the following schools have been certified for the Healthier US School Challenge Awards. Click on title for complete list.
The Governor's $570,500 Local Efficiency Grant Program funded the installation of an endpoint management system, that will power off about 5,000 computers in the District. “By managing the power supply of our district’s technology, this grant will contain more than $100,000 in a school year for our district,” states Stephen Bovino. Click on title for complete data.
Kenmore-Tonawanda UFSD Receives Consolidation Study Group Options
Our school district has received some questions regarding the issue of State required student assessments...............