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Port Byron Central School District junior Kaitlyn Sevilla was recognized at an annual festival for her performance in Dana West's production of Disney’s "Beauty and the Beast." Learn more.
Twenty-three chorus and band students recently represented Port Byron in the Cayuga County Music Educators Association (CCMEA) All-County Festival. Learn more.
Members of Port Byron's girls varsity basketball team were recently recognized for academic success by the New York State Public High School Athletic Association. Learn more.
Fresh off their performances of Disney's "Beauty and the Beast," some members of Dana West Junior-Senior High School's Drama Club stopped by A.A. Gates on March 30 and shared books, hugs and chit-chat with UPK students. View photo gallery.
During a panel discussion at a neighboring school, a handful of female students from the Port Byron Central School District recently learned about high-tech job opportunities and how to pursue them. Learn more.
Seniors, have you reviewed Port Byron's growing list of scholarship opportunities? Time is running out to submit applications! Learn more.
On March 25, the Port Byron Central School District appointed Thomas Vaughan as the next Dana West Junior-Senior High School principal, effective Aug. 3. He will succeed Principal James Wood, who recently announced he will be leaving Port Byron at the end of the 2014-15 school year. Learn more.
Seven students in grades seven through 12 at Dana West Junior/Senior High School have been named "Students of the Month" for February. Learn more.
Port Byron Central School District recently named Keirstan Bozeat and Ryan Dixon its Athletes of the Month for February. Learn more.
The Area All-State Music Festival recently held at Ithaca College featured a vocal performance by Port Byron Central School District student Kaitlin Sevilla. Learn more.
During a recent awards ceremony, Dana West High School senior Michael Vitale III was recognized for his achievements in the classroom, on the gridiron and as a citizen. Learn more.
Central Square School District senior Parker Wells and the robot he recently designed, built and programmed visited Port Byron to generate interest in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields. Learn more.
Two students from the Port Byron Central School District were recently recognized for their artwork at the 2015 Central New York Regional Scholastic Art Awards competition. 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.