6:30 PM - 7:30 PM HC PTSA Executive Board Meeting
1:30 PM - 2:50 PM DASA Community Meeting
7:00 AM - 9:00 PM Budget Vote/School Board Election
11:00 AM - 7:00 PM Hotdog Cookout to Benefit Post Prom Party
6:00 PM District Art Show
Proposed 2016-17 budget has tax levy decrease
A proposed 2016-17 budget that preserves current programs and services while providing added instructional staff will be presented to voters on Tuesday, May 17. Totaling $66 million, it represents a budget-to-budget increase of $0 and tax levy decrease of 4.46%. This is believed to be the first tax levy decrease in more than 30 years. Click here for more budget information.
Community forum will detail repair/renovation project
Details about the district’s proposed capital improvements project 2016 will be presented at the second of two community forums. The final forum will be on Tuesday, May 10 at Charlotte Avenue Elementary School, 301 Charlotte Ave., after the 6:30 p.m. School Board meeting. The district in May will seek voter approval for the $9.875 million project, which will include basic repairs/renovations in all six of its schools. Click here for more information.
Change to school calendar: Schools closed on Friday, May 27, resulting in an extended Memorial Day weekend. This adjustment is being made to align the school calendar with the instructional calendar.
Who will get a “Pie in the Eye?” That’s what everyone’s wondering at Armor Elementary School, where a clever fund-raiser is under way for Women & Children’s Hospital of Buffalo. Students are using their loose change to “vote” for which of nine teachers they would most like to see take a pie in the face at an assembly on May 6 (thrown with the Armor trademark of kindness and respect, of course).
Under the leadership of Hamburg High School sophomore Carson Dayka, Hamburg Central Schools collected $1,300 for the Schools Care for Kids Radiothon sponsored by Kiss 98.5 to benefit Women & Children's Hospital of Buffalo. A contingent representing Hamburg was featured on air as the donation was presented.