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Port Byron Central School District parents can now manage student meal accounts using the online payment service provider MySchoolBucks. Learn more.
Parents and students can view school supply lists for the 2015-16 school year here.
To help alleviate the back-to-school challenges some families in the Port Byron Central School District face, the Dana L. West Building Planning team is holding a school supply drive now through Sept. 7. Learn more.
With the end of Scholastic's summer reading program on the horizon, now is the time for students to make sure their weekly reading logs are up-to-date. Learn more.
As part of its ongoing effort to enhance communications with students, parents, staff and community members, Port Byron Central School District has officially joined Facebook. Learn more.
Nearly 140 A.A. Gates Elementary School students participated in the district's annual Summer Literacy and Math (SLAM) program in July. Learn more.
As summer vacation begins to wind down, now is a good time to
make sure your child is up-to-date on his or her
A school resource officer will remain on-duty in the Port Byron Central School District during the upcoming school year, thanks to a state grant. Learn more.
Boys and girls varsity and junior varsity soccer practice will begin Aug. 17 at Union Springs High School. Learn more.
ScheduleGalaxy, the online calendar system used by Port Byron
Central School District for sports scheduling, is updated to
include the district's 2015-16 athletic contests.
Fifth- and sixth-grade students in the Port Byron Central School District will begin the new school year with a powerful tool: more time. Learn more.
Check out the Athletic Handbook here.