ES Breakfast honors veterans

BKW Elementary School honored about 40 of the communities’ veterans with a Veterans Breakfast on Friday, Nov. 9 in the elementary cafeteria. Students invited family members who had served in the military, then joined them for breakfast served by Erin Snyder’s students. Each veteran was greeted with a flower and fifth graders presented each with …

BKW students take the lead to fight bullying

The BKW Elementary Student Council and the High School Student Senate joined forces to combat bullying during the district’s anti-bullying week Oct. 22-26. Each day was filled with activities reinforcing the simple message—there is no place for bullying at BKW. Elementary events included: Daily anti-bullying messages read each morning during announcements. Principal Annette Landry read …

Principal’s Morning Coffee set for Oct. 24

Please come and join Mrs. Landry, Elementary School Principal for some coffee and conversation 8:30-9:30 a.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 24 in the Elementary School Office. This is an opportunity to hear directly from your child’s principal about what’s new and exciting in the school, to ask any questions you may have, and to provide input in your child’s …

Sex offender search

New York state maintains a searchable database of convicted Level 2 and Level 3 (most serious) sex offenders. This information includes each offender’s name, address, conviction record, and sentence. Click here to access the database. 

Impressive growth in latest BKW 3-8 assessment results

At Tuesday’s BKW Board of Education meeting, Superintendent Dr. Timothy Mundell shared good news—the district is showed steady growth on the 2017 New York State Grades 3-8 ELA and math assessments. The following day he described his presentation. “Because the rigor and format of the exam changes from year to year, it is impossible to …

They are because we are – Chris Lewis

Custodians keep school buildings clean and safe, but do they really have an impact on our students’ lives? The simple answer is, “Yes!” Everyone who interacts with our students can make a difference. If you have any doubt, just watch BKW Elementary School custodian Chris Lewis share his love for our country and the American …

CTE broadens BKW students’ career options

Nathaniel wants to build houses. Carrie wants a career in nursing. Hannah wants to manage IT. How does a school district of roughly 850 students meet the needs of a diverse mix of students? For BKW, it is not practical to offer courses in all of the technical fields its students might pursue. Building classrooms, …