Letter from Supt. Bills: COVID-19 Testing Information

Printable Version of the Letter September 7, 2021 Dear West Genesee Families, I hope your family is well and that you share the excitement of the beginning of the 2021-22 school year. This letter is intended to provide information regarding COVID-19 testing at West Genesee Schools in the upcoming weeks and months. In partnership with …

Letter from Supt. Bills with School Opening Information for 2021-2022

Dear Parents, I hope the summer months find you well and excited for the 2021-2022 school year. As typical of the summer months, we have been busy working to ensure a successful opening of schools. The safety and health of our students and staff remains our number one priority. If you have not done so …

Academic All-American Swimmers from West Genesee   

Seven West Genesee High School athletes earned the Academic All-American honor from the National Interscholastic Swim Coaches Association (NISCA). They are:  Mary Lyons, Amelia Lopez, Joseph McManus, Justin Byrne, Keegan Scharoun, Alexander Shuron, and Matthew Barrington. To receive this honor, students must meet the following qualifications: A minimum GPA of 3.750 on a 4 point …

Thank You to the Community! Budget Vote Passes and Election Results

West Genesee residents approved the 2021-2022 Budget and Transportation propositions on May 18, 2021. The $92,895,256 budget received 701 favorable votes and 151 votes in opposition. The proposition (#1) for Transportation received 670 favorable votes and 180 votes in opposition. The propositions (#2, #3, and #4) that would provide funding for three area libraries (Maxwell …

Letter from Supt. Bills: Next Steps

Printable Version of Letter March 23, 2021 Dear West Genesee Parents/Guardians, At the most recent Board of Education (BOE) meeting, I provided updates on planning for the upcoming months. This follows the recently released parameters from Onondaga County Officials entitled “Policy Proposal to Increase School Participation to 5 days per week in K-12 Schools in …

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