Due to interruptions in printing/mailing services, the Capital Project newsletter will be printed inside the Town of Tonawanda Courier and Kenmore Courier. It is also available at all schools and other locations and on the web. A public meeting will take place Monday, Dec. 1.
The Family Fun Fitness Event that was cancelled on Nov. 13 has been rescheduled to Tuesday, Dec. 2 from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. at Hoover Elementary School in the community room.
Updated: Lindbergh Elementary led the effort with 329 pounds, approximately 10 ounces per student, to be donated to those serving in the Armed Forces.
Read this letter from Superintendent Dawn Mirand for important information regarding recent school closings and the district calendar.
Students in local chapters of Girls on the Run at Holmes and Franklin Elementary School have been working hard since the beginning of the year to train for 5K races ...
Students, faculty and staff at Edison Elementary School had a very special celebration to observe Veterans Day and honor two teachers who served in the armed forces.
The day before Veterans Day, third grade students at Hamilton who are studying Afghanistan had the opportunity to learn about it from a very special guest speaker: Captain Christopher Morrison, a nine-year veteran of the U.S. Air Force ...
There is still time to donate any new or gently used children’s winter items as part of the Coats “4” Kids campaign organized by Colvin Cleaners and the Ken-Ton Closet with collections continuing at several Kenmore-Town of Tonawanda schools.
More than 60 “Remarkable Readers” from Franklin Middle School were honored for their success in the school’s summer reading program for sixth and seventh graders.