On May 16, Port Byron Central School District residents will have the opportunity to vote on a school district budget that focuses on increasing academic achievement opportunities and supporting students, staff and community members. Learn more.
Now through June, the district's website will each week highlight a Port Byron Central School District Class of 2017 member. Learn more about Ashley.
A haiku written by A.A. Gates Elementary School fifth-grader Angel Espinosa recently earned a poetry contest's top honors. Learn more.
In May, Port Byron Central School District will hold four community forums to talk about the district's 2017-18 proposed budget. Learn more.
Port Byron CSD's Board of Education recently approved the district's 2017-18 school calendar. Learn more.
Port Byron Central School District recently named its top 10 students in the Class of 2017. Learn more.
As part of a community service project, members of A.A. Gates Elementary School's Student Government are organizing a schoolwide fundraiser to help furry friends in need. Want to help? Click here to learn more.
Dana L. West Junior/Senior High School is in the running to win $500 for its upcoming after prom party event. To vote, please click here.
Port Byron students in UPK through sixth-grade are eligible to enroll in East Hill Family Medical’s mobile dental clinic program, which provides dental services such as exams, cleanings, fluoride treatments, sealants and fillings to all students regardless of family financial or insurance status. Learn more.
Port Byron Central School District Board of Education member Robert S. Ware passed away on March 13. Learn more.
On Feb. 28, a 25-year DEA veteran and former felony prosecutor delivered to students in grades 7-12 their program "Welcome to America's Worst Drug Epidemic: The Undeniable Truth about the Drug Epidemic of the 21st Century." Learn more.
Port Byron Central School District librarian Missy Beyel recently worked with the district’s technology director, Wenwei Hsu, to create a makerspace for A.A. Gates Elementary School students. What exactly is a makerspace? Learn more.
Fifteen Port Byron Central School District students recently put their "mathletic" skills to the test. Learn more.