• Grades 7 and 8 Curriculum Night  September 19
  • KES Principal's Coffee September 20
  • Schools Closed September 21-22
  • MPES Principal's Coffee  September 25
  • JJHS Financial Aid Night September 26
  • Grades K - 2 Curriculum Night September 27
  • Grades 3 - 5 Curriculum Night September 28
  • Board of Education Meeting October 5
  • Schools Closed October 9
  • Learning Café October 11
Varsity game times and field locations  HERE.   District calendar HERE.

KLSD on Facebook & Twitter

If you follow us on these social media sites, you can expect to see stories about curriculum and instruction initiatives in the District, news of student life and accomplishments, as well as notices about upcoming events.  We will also use these sites  as  additional avenues for emergency announcements such  as  snow day closings.

We hope these new platforms will give access to an even broader segment of our community.


Partnership with Teachers College Reading & Writing Program Continues

Daily writing time is one of the cornerstones of the Teachers College Reading & Writing Project, the landmark literacy program that KLSD elementary schools are partnering with for the second year. 

All elementary students have started the unit on narrative writing. Step inside Ms. Wolken's fifth grade class for a look.

Middle School Teacher Named Microsoft Innovative Educator Expert

Marcia Daley-Savo, sixth grade social studies and English language arts teacher at John Jay Middle School, has been named a Microsoft Innovative Educator Expert for the second year in a row.

John Jay Middle School's technology curriculum includes units of study on coding, architecture, sustainability, robotics, and engineering. 

Five John Jay Students Named National Merit Scholarship Semifinalists

Congratulations, Kailas Amin, Lane Carbaugh, Samuel Chen, Kaley Mamo, and Katherine Ricca!

"The entire John Jay community is extremely proud of the accomplishments of our students," said Steven Siciliano, Principal of John Jay High School.

SAVE THE DATE - October 11, 7 pm
Learning Caf é: When the news enters the classroom 

Our Learning Cafés, moderated by Superintendent Andrew Selesnick, give parents, teachers, and administrators the opportunity to think together about a complex question .  On October 11, we'll be thinking about how, why, and when it is and is not helpful and necessary to address world events in school. Given the tumultuous times in which we're living, we hope you'll consider joining us for this evening event. 

Place TBD  / light refreshments will be served. 
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