Students across grade levels at Edison Elementary School took part in the national Read for the Record campaign with a final count of 375 students who were read the Rosemary Wells children’s book “Bunny Cakes” on Oct. 21.
Susan Busch may have just retired as a reading teacher for the Kenmore-Town of Tonawanda UFSD, but she is continuing to reach out to young students in creative ways to inspire them to love reading and to help them develop their reading skills at home as well as in the classroom.
Faculty, staff and students at Lindbergh Elementary School went pink on Monday, Oct. 6 to help raise money for breast cancer research.
The first annual Kenmore East High School Craft & Vendor Fair will take place Saturday, Oct. 25 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Retail and hand-made items will be available and the fair will also feature a bake sale.
The programs and opportunities offered at Kenmore West High School including the IB Diploma Program and rigorous Career Academies will be on display for current seventh and eighth grade students and their families during an Open House event from 6 to 8 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 30.
Congratulations to the many student musicians from Kenmore East High School and Kenmore West High School who have been accepted into various ensembles that are comprised of the best high school musicians who compete at the area, regional and state level.
On Friday, Oct. 17, local professionals from more than 40 different career areas were on hand at Hoover Middle School to help approximately 200 eighth graders get a better sense for what career might be right for them.
This year’s inductees into the East High School Hall of Fame were honored during a ceremony on Friday, October 17 and honored during half time at the school’s homecoming varsity football game against Kenmore West High School.
On Friday, Oct. 10, students at Franklin Middle School showed their younger peers from the adjoining elementary school what effective reading strategies look like.
On Oct. 10, the day before their homecoming celebration, most Kenmore West High School varsity football players could be found reading alongside much younger students at Lindbergh, Roosevelt and Holmes elementary schools.