The district has four (4) elementary schools – Colonial Village Elementary School, West Street Elementary School, Errick Road Elementary School, and the Tuscarora Indian Elementary School. The district has one large middle school (Edward Town Middle School) and one high school. In addition to the core academic programs, we also host a variety of extra-curricular activities. Over the past ten (10) years the district has been heavily involved in capital improvements. Major additions have been added to several of our schools in addition to various upgrades in each of the schools and transportation facility. The community has been most supportive of our need to keep our schools in good physical condition.
The Board of Education and the Superintendent have placed our primary focus on the improvement of student achievement. The district has been involved in a Comprehensive District Educational Plan (strategic planning) for the sole purpose of giving a laser-light focus to student achievement. In the fall of 2002, the New York State Education Department cited our CDEP Plan as a model for other districts to follow. Each building site has a School Improvement Team that works under the umbrella of the District Improvement Team that uses CDEP as its planning vehicle. Parents, teachers, and administrators serve on the District Improvement Team.
At all of our elementary schools we have very active Home/School Associations. These Home/School Associations have greatly assisted each of the schools in acquiring additional materials.