Updated: Festival Wednesday for our Grade 5-8 Musicians

Printable Version of Festival Wednesday Schedule (Revised on February 17, 2021) Parent Drop-Off Map Bus information for Blue Cohort Bus information for Gold Cohort Festival Wednesday Schedule Blue Group – Letters A-K or Monday/Tuesday cohort Gold Group – Letters L-Z or Thursday/Friday cohort Students will meet every other week according to the schedule below. If …

Statement from Supt. Bills about Social Media Posts

West Genesee School District was made aware of alarming posts to social media reportedly connected to a “George Floyd Challenge”. The District has been involved in conducting a thorough investigation relative to violations within our Code of Conduct and procedures outlined in NYS Education Law. West Genesee is committed to an educational environment that promotes …

Facilities Study Update/Results

In the fall of 2019, the services of the consulting firm, Castallo and Silky, LLC, were secured to conduct a facilities study for the District. They were asked to address the following question: How can the District maintain and enhance the educational opportunities for West Genesee students in its tradition of excellence while continuing to …

Letter from Mr. Dunham about Wednesdays at WGMS

West Genesee Middle School is going to start bringing 5th and 6th Grade students into school on Wednesdays starting Wednesday, March 3rd. Wednesday will become an alternating third day of school for students who attend in-person. Below is the letter that we are mailing home to families today. In addition to the letter, families will …

Letter from Supt. Bills/President of BOE: Travel

Printable Version of Letter February 1, 2021 To Parents and Guardians, We all look for signs of hope during this time. Certainly, any progress or further opportunities for students is welcomed and celebrated. We look for additional time and experiences during the school day, have recently increased opportunities for Fine Arts and Athletics, have moved …

Tax Exemptions for Residents-Deadline by March 1

Residents who are age 65 and/or who are disabled may be eligible for a partial exemption on their school property taxes if they meet certain qualifications. At the regular meeting on January 20, 2021, the Board of Education reviewed the maximum income eligibility ranges for exemptions that have been approved by New York State. Exemptions …

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