Upcoming Campus Events
  • Superintendent's Coffee May 10
  • Parent Council Candidate Night May 10
  • KLSD Budget Vote May 15
  • SEPTA Presentation "How to Help Your Child Through Tough Times without Making it Worse" May 16
  • IMES 5th Grade Play "The Lion King" May 16
  • Board of Education Meeting May 17
  • KES 5th Grade Variety Show May 18
  • JJHS Jazz Concert May 21
  • JJMS Band Concert May 22
  • JJHS One-Acts May 23-24
KLSD Budget Review Meetings
I n addition to the Public Budget Hearing which was held during the Katonah-Lewisboro School District’s Board of Education meeting on May 3, there are five additional opportunities for residents to review the budget with District administrators.School PTO/PTAs host these meetings to make it convenient for district families as well as community members who do not have children in the schools to attend.

  • May 7, 2018, 9:30 a.m. at Increase Miller Elementary School
  • May 7, 2018, 7:00 p.m. at Meadow Pond Elementary School
  • May 8, 018, 7:00 p.m. at John Jay High School
  • May 9, 2018, 9:30 a.m. at John Jay Middle School
  • May 9, 2018, 7:00 p.m. at Katonah Elementary School
Fourth Graders Step into Colonial Times at IMES
Fourth graders at Increase Miller Elementary School entered colonial times for a day as part of their study of American history. Students carded wool, dipped candles, churned butter, and more. Colonial school was a favorite activity. Children wrote with quill pens and got a sense of what would happen if they misbehaved in class!

All-School Mosaic Reflects What's Best About Meadow Pond
Each student had a hand in creating the new Meadow Pond Elementary School 50th Birthday Mosaic.

With the help of visiting artist Cynthia Fisher, children incorporated drawings of what they love about their school into the mosaic. It features the school garden, the Buddy Bench, Max the moose, and more .

Katonah Elementary Celebrates Poetry Month
To mark the end of National Poetry Month, fourth graders at Katonah Elementary School shared poems written in reflection to a recent Katonah Museum of Art show at an all-school assembly.

They also surprised everyone by parading in soundsuits they made inspired by Nick Cave’s creations.

John Jay Middle School Student Wins Top Award at Science Fair
Ara Beigi, a seventh grader at John Jay Middle School, won the top award—the Judge Edith Miller Science Award—at the Tri-County Science and Technology Fair.

His project, Resonance and Natural Frequency, also won first prize in the Physics category.

John Jay High School Designated "No Place for Hate"
John Jay High School has been recognized as a “No Place for Hate" school by the Anti-Defamation League. Students, teachers, and administrators worked towards this goal by implementing activities that promote unity and respect.

Students and teachers will attend a recognition ceremony in New York City on May 25. 
John Jay Junior Wins Drawing Section of Nat'l Art Competition
John Jay High School junior Emily Knowlton won the drawing medium section of the 2018 Congressional Art Competition. She is pictured here with Representative Sean Patrick Maloney.

Thousands of students from across the country participate in the competition in which members of Congress recognize the artistic talents of their young constituents.
KLSD Budget Newsletter in Your Mailbox
Look for the KLSD Budget Newsletter in your mailbox this week. It features information about the proposed budget, how it will support the education of our students, and how it will impact you and our community. Copies are also available at the District Office, all schools, and the Katonah and Lewisboro Libraries.

Thank you for taking time to vote on May 15, 2018.
Katonah-Lewisboro School District | PO Box 387, Katonah, NY 10536 | 914-763-7001