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The Board of Education has announced the appointment of Mary A. Morris as the
new Superintendent of the Cheektowaga Central School District. She assumed
responsibilities on June 21, 2016 and has succeeded Dennis Kane who has stepped down for retirement purposes.

Mrs. Morris has been with the District since 1991.  She began her career here as a School Counselor followed by various Administrative appointments, such as House Principal at Union East Elementary, Director of Pupil Services, Director of Learning and for the past five years as Assistant Superintendent.

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Long-time Board of Education Member Raymond Carr recently announced his resignation from the Board effective June 30, 2016. Mr. Carr has been a dedicated Board member for almost 37 years. He was always visible in any building visiting classrooms, attending events, or serving on committees. He has been faithful to ECASB, linking Central to resources and ideas beyond the district itself.  Mr. Carr's unwavering commitment to CCSD, its staff and students will always be remembered with tremendous gratitude. A recognition for Mr. Carr is being planned for the fall.      Ray Carr                  
 
 
 
Cheektowaga Police Hosting Summer Youth Citizens Police Academy  
 
 
 
THANK YOU VOTERS!
The 2016-17 school district budget was voted on and passed by voters on May 17. Also, Thomas Raczka was elected to the one open Board seat and will begin his five-year term on July 1.

 Free Summer Meals for Kids & Teens
 
 
2016-2017 Student Calendar click
 
 
New for the 2016-17 School Year...
All kids entering 7th and 12th grade must have the meningococcal vaccine and without it, they can't start school. vaccine details
 
 
 Kdg Registration
Kindergarten registration for new students for the 2016-2017 school year will begin Tues., March 29, by appointment. Registration will be ongoing throughout the spring and summer. 
 
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2016-17 UNIVERSAL PRE-K PROGRAM (FULL-DAY)  3 and 4 yr. Old Programs
The Cheektowaga Central School District is planning to offer Universal Full Day Pre-Kindergarten Programs for 3 and 4 yr. olds for the 2016-17 school year (pending state funding). More details attached:
  
 
 New Student Registration Information can be found under the DISTRICT tab above.
 
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Tax Code for Cheektowaga Central School District is 106

Parents

2015-16 FREE & REDUCED MEALS APPLICATION
A new Free & Reduced Meals Application must be completed every school year. Details and application attached. 
 
 
 
HEALTH INFORMATION AND FORMS
New for 2016-17 School Year -  Meningococcal Vaccine Requirement
 
 
PARENTS' BILL OF RIGHTS FOR DATA PRIVACY AND SECURITY
 
 
NOTICE OF NONDISCRIMINATION
The Cheektowaga Central School District, Cheektowaga, New York, does not discriminate in the educational programs or activities it operates on the basis of actual or perceived age, religion, natural origin, marital status, race, color, sex, sexual orientation, weight, ethnic group, religious practices, gender, veteran status, disability or handicap, or any other basis prohibited by State or Federal non-discrimination law. This policy of nondiscrimination includes counseling services to students; and student access to course offerings; educational programs (including technical education programs), athletics and other activities. Inquiries regarding Cheektowaga Central School District’s non-discrimination policies and grievance procedures should be directed to Mrs. Christine Ljungberg (clungberg@ccsd-k12.org) and Mrs. Gretchen Sukdolak (gsukdolak@ccsd-k12.org), who may be contacted at 3600 Union Road, Cheektowaga, NY 14225; phone 716-686-3606.  Inquiries concerning the application of Title IX may also be referred to the Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights at: ocr@ed.gov
 
 
THE DIGNITY FOR ALL STUDENTS ACT (DASA)
is a district-wide incentive.  The goal of the Dignity Act is to create a safe and supportive school climate where students can learn and focus, rather than fear being discriminated against and/or verbally and/or physically harassed.  In each of our buildings, the school social worker is the Dignity Act Coordinator.  Ms. Joan Conti in the High School, (686-3631); Mrs. Nancy Kean in the Middle School, (686-3653); Mrs. Maria Kocialski at Union East, (686-3671); and Mr. Bernie Huber at  Pine Hill Education Center, (686-3679).   If parents, students, faculty or staff have a concern that a student has been harassed / bullied to the extent that it interferes with a student's education, affects their mental, emotional and or physical well-being, or causes a student to fear for his or her physical safety, please contact the student's building DASA coordinator. 
 
 
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