Absentee Ballot Information

Dear Voters: Today many of you received your absentee ballot. Subsequent to our having placed the ballot in the mail, we discovered a typographical error of a period instead of a comma in the budget number which appeared as $92,199.225 instead of the $92,199,225. As long as you understand that our school district budget is …

West Genesee Student Wins at New York-New England Optimist District Oratorical Competition

West Genesee Student Wins at New York – New England Optimist District Oratorical Competition The New York-New England District Oratorical Competition was held on May 23, 2020 remotely through Zoom. The winner was West Genesee High School senior Christina Van Allen representing the Camillus Optimist Club. She will move forward to the World Competition being …

West Genesee’s Students Receive the NYS Seal of Biliteracy

West Genesee has students receiving the NYS Seal of Biliteracy for the fourth year in a row. This honor recognizes high school graduates who have attained a “high level of proficiency in listening, speaking, reading, and writing in one or more languages, in addition to English.” It is proof of the hard work that the …

Information about Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Below is a compilation of letters and materials concerning influenza and the Coronavirus (COVID-19). Letters/Messages from West Genesee Food Distribution Information and Updates (Last Updated May 25, 2020) Update from Supt Bills on May 18, 2020: Personal Items/School Year/Budget Vote (May 18, 2020) Update from Supt Bills on May 1, 2020: School Property Closed through …

Requesting Statewide Feedback through BOCES Thought Exchange on Return to School Buildings

Governor Andrew Cuomo announced that New York school facilities will remain closed for the remainder of the 2019-20 academic year, which recently extended through summer school. As we look to the future, we must think about what a return to school buildings might look like and how best to support students, families, and staff. In …

Update from Supt Bills on May 18, 2020: Personal Items/School Year/Budget Vote

To All Students and Families, Governor Cuomo’s recent Executive Order included the continuation of remote learning for the remainder of the academic school year. This brings with it related questions and topics. This message is intended for some clarification and new information. School Year The order declared that school buildings would remain closed and instruction delivered remotely …

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