Pioneer Central Schools

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  • BOARD APPROVES $54.6 MILLION BUDGET

    Voting occurs May 16

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  • FOUR VIE FOR TWO BOARD SEATS

    Election, budget voting is May 16

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  • COLLEGE LETTERS FOR THREE SWIMMERS

    Hannah Snayczuk, Emily McAfee, and Haley Roblee will continue their careers

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  • THREE STUDENT-ATHLETES SIGN COLLEGE LETTERS

    Scholarships help them continue field hockey careers

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  • STATE IS ADVERSE TO COUNTY LINE SIGNAL LIGHT

    Superintendent Halsey says he will continue to lobby

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  • LIBRARIES & THEIR ROLE IN LEARNING

    Board hears from Library Media Specialists

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  • NEW SCHOOL RESOURCE OFFICER NAMED

    Deputy Joe Miller takes over for Benjamin Shields

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  • BUDGET DEVELOPMENT CONTINUES

    Board of Ed gets update at regular meeting

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  • MIDDLE SCHOOL NAMED 'SCHOOL TO WATCH' FOR 4TH TIME

    State & national honor extended through 2020

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  • TYLER SMITH WRESTLES TO 3RD PLACE STATE FINISH

    Comeback win caps off successful 2016-17 campaign

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  • MIDDLE SCHOOL MERIT, HONOR ROLLS ANNOUNCED

    Congrats to all these super achievers!

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  • 2ND QUARTER HIGH SCHOOL HONOR & MERIT ROLLS

    We salute these great 9-12 students

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  • DIM REVENUE PICTURE FOR START OF BUDGET SEASON

    Mr. Silavroli presents to the Board of Education

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  • RE-FORMED STUDENT COUNCIL PRESENTS TO BOARD

    'SJLAP' helps plan & execute student activities

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  • START WITH HELLO WEEK

    A positive message with the power to impact

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  • KAMRYN KENNY JOINS CAREER TECH HONOR SOCIETY

    Medical Assisting student one of six honored

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  • WRESTLING'S WINNING WEEKEND

    Friday's division-clinching win followed by Saturday's Section 6 duals title

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  • STUDENT ART SHOW FOR WINTERFEST

    Calling All Superhero artists for Gibby House event

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  • HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS ATTEND INAUGURATION

    40 current & former AP history students accompanied by four teachers

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  • BOARD HEARS INTERNAL AUDIT REPORT

    Fiscal test yields mostly positive results

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  • 70s CONCERT HIGHLIGHTS WINTERFEST

    Students to perform Feb. 11 at HS

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  • GIVING TREE HELPS DOZENS

    Needy families have a brighter holiday

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  • STATE AID REPORT SHARED

    Board hears figures on reimbursement

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  • 23 JOIN NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY

    Nov. 30 induction at the high school

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  • RESTORATION OF FOUNDATION AID A BUDGET FOCUS

    Process of planning for 2017-18 under way

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  • NO GREEN LIGHT FROM STATE YET ON TRAFFIC SIGNAL

    Superintendent tells board a final decision is forthcoming

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  • NEW MEMBERS JOIN JUNIOR HONOR SOCIETY

    Induction for 17 members of the 8th grade

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  • PIONEER AMONG WINNERS AT LEGO LEAGUE

    White team advances to Rochester

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  • 1ST QUARTER HONOR, MERIT ROLLS FOR THE MIDDLE SCHOOL

    What a job by these students!

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  • HS FIRST QUARTER HONOR, MERIT ROLLS

    These students set the bar high

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  • COMPLETE LEAD TESTING RESULTS

    High school report added to those from other buiidings

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  • BOARD HEARS CAPITAL PROJECT UPDATE

    Parts of the Essentials Capital Project have been state approved

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  • GRANT AIDS DISTRICT'S COMMITMENT TO WELLNESS

    Board hears presentation from Healthy Schools & Communities rep

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  • GETTING READY FOR PARENT CONFERENCES

    Big meetings are Nov. 21-22

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  • BOARD GETS BUDGET CALENDAR PREVIEW

    Assistant Superintendent Silvaroli unveils blueprint for planning 2017-18 spending

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  • EXTERNAL AUDIT EARNS PASSING GRADE

    Board also hears tax rate update

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  • JEFF MASON NAMED 'HISTORIAN FOR LIFE'

    Board cites former teacher for spearheading 50th celebration

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  • BOARD HEARS REPORT ON STATE TEST RESULTS

    Admins cite areas of strengths, weaknesses

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  • DELEVAN ELEMENTARY REDESIGNATED BY NATIONAL PTA

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  • PIONEER'S 50TH BIRTHDAY: AN EVENT FOR THE AGES

    Celebrate OnePioneer & Homecoming Week (Oct. 3-7)

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  • NEW SECURITY SYSTEM DEBUTS

    Vsoft by Raptor helps make school safer

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  • STAFF RALLIES TO START 2016-17

    Superintendent spreads new year welcome

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  • '4 FOR THE CORPS' RETURNS SEPT. 17

    Held in conjunction with Arcade Wellness Day

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  • SUPERINTENDENT CITES 2016-17 GOALS

    Board also hears update on Delevan improvements

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  • PIONEER 50TH ANNIVERSARY: A COMMUNITY CELEBRATION

    Join us Oct. 5 for an evening to honor our past, present, future

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  • ARE YOU READY? WELCOME TO 2016-17!

    Looking forward to a great new year

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  • DENISE URBINO TO FILL SLOT ON BOARD

    Opening created by resignation of Jimmy Yansick

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  • MR. HABERER'S OPUS

    Clerk honored for 27 years of board service

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  • JEREMY REGER IS LATEST PERFORMING ARTS WALL OF FAME INDUCTEE

    Dr. Reger ('00) honored at June 2 ceremony

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  • STATE REGENT TO VISIT PIONEER

    Tractor day, new facilities & lunch on schedule

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  • NEW FACILITIES EARN AWARD NOMINATION

    Pioneer in contention for Business First honor

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  • BOARD TO SEEK PUBLIC APPROVAL OF NEW CAPITAL PROJECT

    $10,352,000 would be spent on middle school HVAC, roof fixes at Arcade and high school

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  • LIBRARY PROPOSITION CLEARED BY VOTERS

    Local libraries sought increase in tax collected by Pioneer

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  • MR. LEWIS, MRS. WISEMAN ELECTED TO BOARD SEATS

    Board vice president tops field with 371 votes

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  • 2016-17 BUDGET APPROVED BY VOTERS

    Margin of victory was 396-112

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  • VOTERS SET TO ACT ON BUDGET, BOARD ELECTION MAY 17

    Polling site at high school from 6:30am-9pm

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  • BOARD APPROVES 2016-17 BUDGET

    Spending plan totals $53.91 million

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  • HIGH SCHOOL UNVEILS 3rd QUARTER HONOR, MERIT ROLLS

    Setting the bar high for academic success

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  • HONOR, MERIT ROLLS AT MIDDLE SCHOOL

    Here are the 3rd quarter all-stars

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  • BOARD ADOPTS 2016-17 CALENDAR

    Sept. 6 is first day of school

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  • ADVERTISING & DESIGN CLASS GIVES TEAM A NEW LOOK

    Lake Effect baseball team has new logo

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  • BOARD TO WEIGH BUDGET APRIL 19

    $53.9 million proposed for 2016-17

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  • STAFF MOVES WOULD BOOST EARLY LITERACY

    Reading specialists figure in K-4 plans

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  • RAYMOND HABERER ENDING 27 YEARS OF BOARD SERVICE

    Nominated for WNY Education Service Council Award of Excellence

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  • LIBRARIES SEEK INCREASE IN AID TAX

    Voters to decide on proposed 1st raise in five years

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  • SCIENCE OLYMPIAD RESULTS

    Multiple awards for middle school teams

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  • PIONEER RATED #1 SMALL SCHOOL FOR WRESTLING

    Award from WNY Coaches Association

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  • TREVOR DUNCAN WINS BEST IN SHOW

    UB student art exhibit features Pioneer ceramics students

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  • HIGH SCHOOL HONOR, MERIT ROLLS FOR 2Q

    Academic all-stars abound at halfway point

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  • 2ND QUARTER MERIT, HONOR ROLLS ANNOUNCED AT MIDDLE SCHOOL

    Raising the bar paid off for these studemts

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  • WRESTLING TEAM WINS ECIC TOURNEY

    First win of its type for Panthers

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  • NEW ROUND OF PARENTING CLASSES TO START

    Two options available for parents

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  • SUPERINTENDENT SEEKS SIGNAL AT ROUTE 39 & COUNTY LINE

    State officials yet to give green light

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  • AIR RIFLE TEAM PROPOSED AT HS

    Board to decide on additional athletic team

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  • ADMINS SHARE TEST RESULTS, ACADEMIC GOALS

    State tests show areas in need of improvement

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  • 27 INDUCTED INTO NAT'L HONOR SOCIETY

    Dec. 10 ceremony held in HS

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  • NATE SCHIENER'S PERFECT ON THE SAT

    Score of 1600 is in the 99.93 percentile

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  • CHESS TEAM COMPETES ON NATIONAL STAGE

    Trek to K-12 Championship in Florida

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  • ACADEMIC PROGRESS REPORT PRESENTED TO BOARD

    Curriculum director shared 3-8 state test scores

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  • 40 JOIN NATIONAL JUNIOR HONOR SOCIETY

    Induction ceremony held Nov. 12

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  • 1ST QUARTER HIGH SCHOOL HONOR, MERIT ROLLS UNVEILED

    Top scholars score high marks

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  • MIDDLE SCHOOL HONOR, MERIT ROLLS ANNOUNCED

    Top players in academics for 1st quarter

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  • HS RENOVATIONS NEAR FINISH LINE

    Debut ahead for board room, bathrooms, large group instruction

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  • LIZ ETCHEVERRY IS CATT CO STUDENT OF WEEK

    Senior tapped by Youth Bureau

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  • BENJAMIN HALSEY APPOINTED SUPERINTENDENT

    Named by the board at Nov. 3 meeting

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  • SEVERAL FISCAL REPORTS GIVEN AT MEETING

    Five-year projections noted

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  • PUMPKIN TOSS NO TREB-LE FOR ENGINEERING STUDENTS

    Sweep of triple crown at Clarence

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  • PASSING MARKS FOR DISTRICT'S EXTERNAL AUDIT

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  • TAX RATE PRESENTATION HIGHLIGHTS BOARD MEETING

    New rates are in $13.28-$13.88 range

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  • SPECIAL ED PRESCHOOL EVALUATIONS CHANGE, COULD CHANGE AGAIN

    Admin Michael Lucow updates BOE

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  • BOARD HEARS REPORT ON UPK AUDIT

    Strengths, areas for growth for full-day program aired

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  • STAFF STARTS OFF ON THE RIGHT FOOT

    Superintendent greets employees as 2015-16 kicks off

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  • INTERIM SUPERINTENDENT NAMED

    Charles Rinaldi to head district during superintendent search

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  • MEET MATH SPECIALIST KAREN INSLEY

    Will work with teachers on innovative instruction

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  • AMY LEONE IS NEW HS ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL

    LeRoy native is a welcoming presence in the hallways

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  • MIDDLE SCHOOL HOSTS NEW TRANSITION COUNSELOR

    Katrina Sisitki is here courtesy of AmeriCorps

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  • DELEVAN CELEBRATES PTA AWARD

    Banner unveiled before Open House

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  • MIDDLE SCHOOL RELEASES HONOR, MERIT ROLLS

    Top academians named in 4th quarter

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  • BOARD ACTION AWAITS ON VETS TAX BREAK

    Scenarios offer varying exemption levels

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  • STRIDES MADE IN COMMON CORE IMPLEMENTATION

    Mrs. Wilkie of Arcade provides update to board

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  • READING NIGHT DRAWS OVER 600

    Family event tied together music, reading

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  • CAPITAL PROJECT TO START IN THE SPRING

    Work to center around high school, Arcade Elementary

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  • MIDDLE SCHOOL HONOR ROLL

    1st semester yields academic all-stars

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  • BOARD HEARS FROM HOMELESS LIAISON

    BEDS data also detailed at regular meeting

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  • JEREMY RAYMORE TAPPED FOR SR. HIGH AREA ALL-STATE

    Senior vocalist is repeat selection

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  • JR. HIGH AREA ALL-STATE MUSICIANS TAPPED

    Three from HS, nine from MS to perform in Akron

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  • MR. DUSZKIEWICZ IS 'MASTER TEACHER'

    HS special ed teacher joins 29 in WNY, 104 in state

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  • BUDGET INFO CENTER 2014-15

    Look here for documents related to budget planning & school finances

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