More than a dozen Port Byron CSD students recently combined artistry with generosity to help the hungry. Learn more.
The Staff Development session and parent/teacher conferences originally scheduled for last week but canceled due to inclement weather have been rescheduled for Fri., Dec. 2. Due to this calendar change, all Port Byron CSD students will have a half-day of school on Friday instead of a full day.
Members of the Port Byron/Union Springs varsity football team will be honored during the Dec. 3 Syracuse Crunch hockey game. Learn more.
On Nov. 7, members of Dana L. West Junior/Senior High School’s Student Government Association kicked off Port Byron's annual Hunger Games Food Drive with a goal to collect 2,000 non-perishable food items in two weeks' time. Learn more.
On Oct. 31, Port Byron's main thoroughfare was invaded by super heroes, princesses, ghoulish characters, athletic all-stars and more. Learn more.
Dana L. West Jr./Sr. High School students can now put a face to a name. Learn more.
During its Sept. 23 meeting, Port Byron Central School District Board of Education members named Mrs. Erica Sinicropi assistant principal and director of special programs for A.A. Gates Elementary School. Learn more.
Port Byron Superintendent Neil O'Brien recently discussed with Parent Today writers how the district is working to overcome the "digital divide" and bridge the technology gap between students' home and school. Read the full story here.
On Oct. 7, fourth- through sixth-grade students after listening to campaign speeches elected four of their peers to become student government officers for the 2016-17 school year. Learn more.
On Sept. 30, A.A. Gates Elementary School Principal Julie Podolak recognized 60 students who successfully completed the school's summer reading challenge, which started in June and concluded Sept. 2. Learn more.
On Sept. 8, Port Byron Central School District Board of Education members appointed Michael Jorgensen as principal of Dana L. West Junior/Senior High School, effective immediately. Learn more.
On Aug. 25, Port Byron CSD voters approved the district’s $13 million dollar capital project proposal. Learn more.
Port Byron CSD's 2016-17 school calendar can help you keep track of important events and district information. Check it out here.