Sarah Durkin and Kendall Henner, students at Iroquois Central High School, were honored for their artwork in the Congressional Art Contest hosted by Congressman Chris Jacobs.
Rick Ohler tours East Aurora High School for a fascinating look into the school’s elective courses, and finds reasons that these unorthodox “non-essential” offerings might be more valuable than most realize.
One could not help being impressed with what our students and faculty are accomplishing in our school district. The fall Challenger highlighted some of the achievements of these young people: scholastic, artistic, musical, sports endeavors and, so important, character building…and there is so much more. All three schools are involved in a challenging curriculum both in class and beyond, reaching […]
Similar to other parts of Western New York, local schools are seeing an uptick in positive COVID-19 cases over the past two weeks. The rates still remain low overall, and the districts are continuing with in-person instruction.
Earlier this month, East Aurora school administrators sent out a survey to parents asking two questions: would you prefer your child to come back full time or to stay remote, and would the student need transportation. There was also a section for comments. The district received nearly 1,600 responses to the survey and over 100 comments.