District Announcements

  • 2018 - 2019

    Home Page Pic




    New Student Registration Information can be found under the DISTRICT tab above.

    2019-2020 Budget Vote & Election...will take place on Tuesday, May 21, 2019 between the hours of 12:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. One Board of Education seat will be vacant with a term of five (5) years. District residents interested in serving on the Board of Education may pick up a petition packet in the District Office located in the High School at 3600 Union Road on business days between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. Completed petitions must be filed by 5:00 p.m., Monday, April 22, 2019 with the District Clerk (or designee) in the District Office. Qualifications for School Board Candidates, absentee ballot information and other details are attached. Board of Education Petition Information  /  Running for The School Board  /  Absentee Ballot Information

    DISTRICT STATEMENT REGARDING A HOCKEY TEAM NAMED CHEEKTOWAGA WARRIORS The Cheektowaga Central School District would like to clarify statements and reports that have been recently communicated in the media that are related to the conduct of a hockey team named the Cheektowaga Warriors.  The hockey team referenced in the media is a MOHL (Multi-Organizational House League) town team that is completely unrelated to our school district.  Many sports teams that are based out of the Town of Cheektowaga are also named the Cheektowaga Warriors.  The players on these teams can come from any area in WNY, not just the town of Cheektowaga.  School district personnel did investigate the situation by cross referencing the MOHL team roster and our student management system.  There are no Cheektowaga Central students on this particular MOHL team. The Cheektowaga Central Schools take great pride in our diversity and community relationships.  We have always worked to help our students and other outside entities understand that racial slurs, gestures, and remarks are hurtful and unacceptable in any environment.  We hope everyone involved in this incident takes this as an opportunity to reflect and do better.  

    KINDERGARTEN REGISTRATION begins March 4...Children who turn 5 by Dec. 1, 2019 and are District residents are eligible for kindergarten. Registration is by appointment only. Stop in the Registration Office for a kindergarten registration packet and to make an appointment, or for more information call 686-3665. The Registration Office is located in the District Office at 3600 Union Road (use Visitors Entrance near High School/Visitor parking). Registration Office hours are Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.

    2019-20 UNIVERSAL PRE-K PROGRAM (FULL-DAY) 3 and 4 yr. Old Programs 

    2019-20 UPK Timeline                     3 yr old APPLICATION

    Commonly Asked Questions            4 yr old APPLICATION


    2018-19  --*3/21/19 NO SCHOOL FOR STUDENTS


    School Vaccine Requirements...All kids entering 7th, 8th and 12th grade must have the meningococcal vaccine and without it, they can't start school. Vaccine Requirement (see more information under the PARENTS tab)

    Cheektowaga Central Community Connections 


    To Close or Not to Close, That is the Question Click for a closer look at how the decision to close school is made.

    Sex Offender Notices
    Under the provisions of New York State’s Sex Offender Registration Act, also known as “Megan’s Law,” the Cheektowaga Police Department may release information to the local school districts about certain registered sex offenders living in the community.  The most recent information is attached: 8-20-18

    We are dedicated to keeping our children safe while they are in school. Keep in mind that use of the Internet may open the door to sexual predators. Open communication about personal safety and prevention can make children less vulnerable targets. We encourage you to talk to your children about being safe. We encourage you to take the responsibility to check the websites noted below for up-to-date information regarding all levels of sex offenders. Websites contain more current information which will allow you to make decisions about safety more frequently and more accurately.

    Questions about Megan’s Law or this notification may be directed to the Cheektowaga Police Department (686-3544); website address is: www.cpdny.org - click on crime information - sex offenders.

    You may also contact the New York State Offender Registry Unit (1-800-262-3257 toll free) or check the Division of Criminal Justice Services website: http://criminaljustice.state.ny.us and choose the Sex Offender Registry.


    Tax Code for the Cheektowaga Central School District is 106



  • Parents/Guardians:  Attached is an  Important Safety Message

    An Important Message to Parents/Guardians from Superintendent Mrs. Morris…

    On August 22, 2006, the Board of Education clarified Cheektowaga Central’s Directory Information Designations under FERPA. Please note that PHOTOGRAPHS are designated as Directory Information. This means, for example, that the school or district may include your child’s photograph in school publications or that your child’s photo could be included in a press release. Please note that as explained below, if you do not want the school or district to disclose directory information (including his/her photograph), you must notify your child’s principal in writing by September 21, 2018 (or within 3 weeks of enterance for new students). If you have questions, please call the Superintendent’s Office at 686-3606.

    2018-2019 CODE OF CONDUCT


    2018-2019 Community Eligibility Provision (CEP)/Household Income Eligibility Form
    Cheektowaga Central School District is participating in the Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) or Provision 2 in a non-base year. All children in the school will receive meals/milk at no charge regardless of household income or completion of this form. The attached form is to determine eligibility for additional State and federal program benefits that your child(ren) may qualify for. Read the instructions, complete only one form for your household, sign your name and return it to the school. Call 716-686-3616 for assistance.

    NYS Health Exam Requirements effective July 1, 2018

    NYS Education Department Requires Water Lead Testing in All School Buildings

    Procedural Safeguards Notice - Rights for Parents of Children with Disabilities, Ages 3-21 Click for more details

    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 (cljungberg@ccsd-k12.net) and Mrs. Gretchen Sukdolak (gsukdolak@ccsd-k12.net), 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
    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.  The District DASA Coordinator is Middle School Social Worker Mrs. Nancy Kean - nkean@ccsd-k12.net, (686-3653). Our Building-Level Dignity Act Coordinators are:
       Ms. Joan Conti - High School - jconti@ccsd-k12.net, (686-3631);
       Mrs. Nancy Kean - Middle School - nkean@ccsd-k12.net, (686-3653);
       Mrs. Maria Kocialski - Union East - mkocialski@ccsd-k12.net, (686-3671);
    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.