Announcements

  • A Message from the Superintendent Regarding the School Budget Results

    55% of the community voted yes on the budget proposal while 45% voted no on the budget. The two propositions were approved by 76% and 75%, respectively. However, the district’s proposal to exceed the property tax cap required 60% of voters to vote yes. Therefore the budget was not approved and by law the propositions cannot be approved if the budget proposal to exceed the cap is not approved.

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  • Be the Healing Part 3 and Important Follow-Up Information

    We hope that you will be able to join us at the next “Be the Healing” event on Tuesday, May 28 at 6 p.m. in the Administration Building Board Room.

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  • A Message from the Superintendent

    Brighton High School recently learned about racist videos that were directed at a BHS student by another BHS student. We investigated the situation, took swift and serious disciplinary action, worked directly with the families involved employing various restorative practices, approaches, and educational components, and cooperated fully with Brighton Police.

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  • Fifth Grade Celebration on June 20

    Information on the Fifth Grade Celebration scheduled for June 20, 2019.

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  • Please Complete the Child Care/Opt-Out Transportation Form for 2019-20

    The deadline to submit the child care/opt-out transportation form for grades 1-8 for the 2019-20 school year is May 15 (July 15 for kindergarten). The form is only required if the transportation location is an alternative address other than home. Transportation will automatically be set up using the home address unless an alternative address is provided.

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  • Two Board of Education Seats will be Filled

    April 18, 2019 is the last day to file petitions for two seats on the Brighton Board of Education. Two of our seven board seats are to be filled in an election on May 21, 2019. The terms of current board members Mrs. Andrea Costanza and Mrs. Karen Hatch are expiring this year. The two current board members have announced their intention to seek re-election.

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News

  • PTSA Presents Honorary Life Memberships

    Nine members of the Brighton school community were honored at the PTSA Life Membership Ceremony on May 1. Individuals receiving this recognition were honored for their outstanding service and commitment to the welfare of our children. Honorary Life Membership in the New York PTA is one of the highest honors that one can receive from the organization.

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  • FRES Spreads the Word About Inclusion

    Students heard stories of inclusion and how to practice it every day from fourth grader Nora Cummins, her friend Everett, and Best Buddies of Rochester.

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  • Brighton Named a Best Community for Music Education for 10th Year

    For the 10th straight year, Brighton Central School District has been honored with the Best Communities for Music Education designation from The NAMM Foundation for its outstanding commitment to music education. Brighton is one of just 623 districts across the nation receiving the prestigious award in 2019.

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  • Rigorous Curriculum Challenges All Students

    One of the Brighton Blueprint’s goals is “that all students should be provided with coursework that is challenging in order to promote individual growth and that each learner will be supported in order to maximize their potential, based on needs and interests. This will necessitate a growth mindset by all.”

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  • Students Help the Community on Brighton Believes Day of Caring

    All Brighton students participated in a day of service during the Brighton Believes Day of Caring on March 6. The four schools offered age-appropriate service projects and guest speakers that allowed students to demonstrate the Brighton Beliefs and help others.

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  • Festival of Ideas Celebrates 30th Year

    Over 600 students in grades 3 through 8 came to Brighton High School to participate in the educational fun day.

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  • FRES Celebrates Read Across America Day

    Special guest readers from throughout the Brighton community read some of their favorite children’s books with students at French Road Elementary School for Read Across America Day.

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