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Code of Conduct on School Property

The Fredonia Central School District has develpoed and will amend, as appropriate, a written Code fo Conduct for the Maintenance of Orderon school property, including school functions, which shall govern the conduct of students, teachers and other school personnel, as well as visitors and/or vendors.  A copy of the Code of Conduct, adopted July 9, 2013, by the Board of Education, is attached.  

 

Rotary Seeking Host Families for 2015-2016

The Fredonia Rotary Club is looking for host families willing to share their homes with a high school exchange student for the 2015 - 2016 school year.    Read more

“Understanding Special Education” Workshop Scheduled for October 20th

Understanding Special Education WorkshopThe Fredonia Central School District Special Education Department will be hosting an informational workshop for parents and anyone interested in learning more about the special education process.  “Understanding Special Education” will be presented by Parent Network of WNY.  Participants will learn the steps in the special education process and learn what to expect at meetings of the Committee on Special Education (CSE) and Committee on Preschool Special Education  (CPSE).  Families will learn to be an active part of the process and walk away with resources for the future.  This free workshop will be held on Monday, October 20th, from 5:30 pm until 7:30 pm in the Intermediate Library.  This workshop is open to all interested community members and registration through Parent Network of WNY is required.  Call or go online to register today; you can reach Parent Network by phone at (716) 332-4170 or 1-866-227-4762 (toll free) or visit their website at www.parentnetworkwny.org and click on the “workshops” tab.  Questions can also be directed to Kristen Ferro, Fredonia Central School District’s Director of Special Education at (716) 679-1581, extension 2733.    Read more

Questions and Answers on the Property Tax "Freeze"

New York lawmakers enacted a temporary property tax "freeze" as part of the 2014-15 state budget. For the next two years, the state will reimburse property tax increases paid by homeowners to school districts and municipalities that stay within their 2 percent tax levy growth caps. The New York State School Boards Association has provided answers to some frequently asked questions about the tax freeze. Read them here...

Required Annual Notifications for Parents/Guardians

The following information is given to parents annually.  If you have any questions on any of the following topics, please contact either a building principal or the District Office.

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