• Board of Education Meeting October 5
  • School Closed October 9
  • Learning Café October 11
  • Superintendent's Coffee October 18
  • Board of Education Meeting October 19

Varsity game times and field locations HERE.  District calendar HERE.


Learning, Growing, Chopping & Tasting in the Garden

It's harvest time at elementary school gardens. 

Second graders at Katonah Elementary School enjoyed tasting pickles made from cucumbers and garlic they grew from seed last year. Students at Increase Miller Elementary will be picking the season's last tomatoes, Swiss chard, and herbs to make soup for the school. All classes at Meadow Pond Elementary School participated in Harvest Day at the school's Learning and Growing Garden and Soup Day this week. PHOTOS.  

Sixth Graders Participate in Team-Building Day

Sixth graders recently spent a day on the middle school's back field, participating in group activities that felt like games but taught teamwork, problem solving and independence. 

The warm weather necessitated frequent water breaks in-between rounds of Shepherd's Staff, Trolleys, Mass Pass, Key Punch, Mastermind, and Pipeline.

High School Offers Leadership Training for Club Presidents & Team Captains

Because finding the way from classmate to leader can be challenging, John Jay High School begins the school year with leadership training for team captains, club presidents, and Campus Congress representatives.
Students met in small groups with trained mentors. Dr. Bragdon began her group with the Human Knot. 
John Jay High School Announces Class of 2018 Valedictorian & Salutatorian

Congratulations, Katherine Ricca, Valedictorian, and Kaley Mamo, Salutatorian!   

When asked about favorite extracurricular activities, Katherine highlights being President of Mock Trial for the past three years.  Kaley names Writopia Lab, a creative writing program she's participated in since fifth grade. 

Learning Caf é: When the News Enters the Classroom
October 11, 7 pm, John Jay Middle School Dining Rm

Next Wednesday, October 11 th , the Katonah-Lewisboro School District hosts our first Learning Café of the school year. The topic for discussion is "When the News Enters the Classroom."

With Sunday night's horrific shooting in Las Vegas on our minds, we invite parents and community members to join us and wrestle with questions of when the world's news should enter our schools, and when we should work to keep that news at bay.

Free *  light refreshments will be served * MORE INFO AND RSVP HERE 
Katona h-Lewisboro School District | PO Box 387, Katonah, NY 10536 | 914-763-7001