This past Saturday, 15 8th-12th grade students from ELL classes traveled to UB to learn more about academic programs and campus life as they prepare to think about their college plans in law, medicine, engineering and education. Thanks to teachers Ms. DelPlato and Mr. Paz and the Community Schools Program for this great opportunity!
On Saturday, these 8th grade technology students attended Imagine RIT where they experienced interactive presentations, hands-on demonstrations, research projects and more, including drones, a human hamster wheel, metalworking design and infrared imaging. Thanks to Mrs. Golden and Mrs. Vilinsky for sharing this opportunity with students!
The Girls Leadership Group has been busy with visits to the Susan B. Anthony House and the Underground Railroad Heritage Center, thanks to the Community Schools Program. This group meets every Thursday evening to discuss how to become more active in their communities and how to live a life of service and leadership.
Giving back to our local community is so important! Great job by these Interact students, advisors, Rotary members and more who spent a few hours on Saturday cleaning up the canal and railroad tracks.
Nominations are now open for the district's 2023 Educator of the Year! Follow the link below for information on how to nominate.
Mr. Archer's service learning students had a busy day on Friday! This group of 7th grade students are working on research for a book on Mt. Albion Cemetery. They spent time with County Historian Catherine Cooper and Hoag Librarian Elizabeth Haibach before heading to the Orleans County Alms House Cemetery to straighten headstones.
Before break, our middle schoolers were treated to some activity time including bingo and karaoke. It's always important to have a little fun alongside learning!
This morning we thanked our bus drivers with a breakfast, an annual event to show our appreciation for all that they do. THANK YOU!
Literacy Night was a hit again at the middle school! Thanks to all the students, families and staff who joined us in making this night a success.
Don't forget that middle school Literacy Night is back tomorrow night from 6-8pm!
HS BOCES students did a wonderful job conducting a CTE fair for our middle schoolers yesterday. It serves as a great way for our younger students to start considering all the possibilities available to them in the near future!
Wishing you all the luck on this St. Patrick's Day!☘️
For those who use the walking trail in the elementary school, be aware there is a new route due to construction in the district offices. Please refer to the signage at the community entrance and along the trail.
The Scholastic Book Fair is coming to the middle school next week!
Parents/guardians can set up an eWallet for students - no need for cash! There is also an online order option. Get all the information at https://www.scholastic.com/bf/albionms
ATTENTION: Beginning Monday, March 13, the district office entrance will be closed for capital project construction. Visitors will use the elementary school main entrance at the front of the building.
Please do not park in the bus loop or you will risk being towed. Thank you!
GCASA Prevention Educator Mrs. Wright and Deputy Prawel have been presenting to our oldest students on the dangers of fentanyl. Thank you for sharing this important and eye-opening information!
Looking for an escape? Come see our auditorium transformed into an exotic jungle as our middle school drama department brings The Jungle Book to the stage this weekend! Here's a sneak peek at the amazing world our students created.
It's National School Social Worker Week! If you see Mrs. Nicholson or Mrs. Barleben (née Bennett-Allis), be sure to thank them for all that they do!