Beginning Thursday, Dec. 18, the high school boys locker room will under renovations and inaccessible until further notice. Please remove all belongings from this area (including those stored inside lockers) before Dec. 18.
A state grant focused on improving the quality of educational assessments has been awarded to Cayuga-Onondaga BOCES on behalf of its nine component school districts, which includes the Port Byron Central School District. Learn more.
On Nov. 29, members of Port Byron Central School District's junior varsity and varsity basketball teams during their regular season games at Onondaga Central School incorporated hues of purple into their standard game-day apparel. Learn more.
Membership rates for Port Byron Central School District's Community Fitness Center will change with the new year. Learn more.
An eighth-grade Washington, D.C. trip payment is due on the heels of a successful fundraiser. Learn more.
Former Indianapolis Colts linebacker, Steve Grant offered up to students advice from his personal playbook during a recent visit to the Port Byron Central School District. Learn more.
Mike Vitale, a Dana West High School senior, was recently recognized by the Syracuse Chapter of New York State Certified Football Officials (NYSCFO) for exemplary work in the classroom. Learn more.
Calling all Panthers fans! Chock full of maroon and white gear, Port Byron Central School District's virtual store is now open. Learn more.
Port Byron Central School District recently named Maria Morgenthaler and Austin Parker its Athletes of the Month for October. Learn more.
Six students in grades seven through 12 at Dana West Junior/Senior High School have been named "Students of the Month" for October. Learn more.
A raffle sheet recently distributed to students and parents included incorrect trip deposit dates. Click here to review the revised deposit dates.
Several Port Byron Central School District students can now cross of their bucket lists viewing world-famous works of art and watching a Broadway musical, thanks to a recent trip to New York City. Learn more.
Recent media reports about communicable diseases in New York City and Dallas, Texas have prompted Port Byron Central School District to review its procedures for preventing the spread of illnesses and to distribute information about Ebola. Learn more.
Eighth grade students not yet signed up for the Washington, D.C. trip now have the opportunity to join a waiting list - but time to do so is limited. Learn more.
Port Byron Central School District recently named Matthew Bracht and Samantha Relfe its Athletes of the Month for September. Learn more
Six students in grades seven through 12 at Dana West Junior/Senior High School have been named "Students of the Month" for September. Learn more.
For the first time in a decade, Port Byron Schools will be served by a police-trained school resource officer (SRO), thanks to a state grant. Learn more.
The New York State Education Department for the next two months will be performing a standard review of Port Byron Central School District's Special Education program. Learn more.
Port Byron CSD on the first Wednesday of each month offers to its community members the chance to learn more about the Supplemental Nutrition Asssistance Program (SNAP). Learn more.
Port Byron Central School District utilizes several methods of communication to provide its students, staff and stakeholders with district information in a timely manner. Learn more.
Visit the Guidance Office’s webpage to view the college visit schedule - or click here!
Stay up-to-date on athletic events, schedules, news and more - be sure to visit the Athletics page of Port Byron CSD’s website. Click here to visit the Athletics page.