Community Bulletin Board

  • Welcome to the Brighton Central School District’s Community Bulletin Board where you can find community related e-flyers and links. Our District works with community non-profit organizations to present information about local activities that have educational, civic, recreational or cultural value for students.  Information posted has been approved for distribution as a public service. The school district does not endorse community information posted here and does not assume responsibility for the activity or the organization. 

    We respectfully request that you do not contact principals and schools in our District directly. If you wish to submit information to share on the Bulletin Board, please email Dan Goldman, Communications Coordinator, at

    In talking to community non-profit organizations, we learned that some families are not seeing information and flyers on the Community Bulletin Board and in our weekly District eNewsIn order to help get the word out about these programs, we’re going to offer limited flyer distribution a few times a year at Council Rock Primary School and French Road Elementary School. The deadlines for submission will be Oct. 14Jan. 13, March 10, and May 12 and they would be distributed the following week. Flyers must be approved before they are dropped off at schools. Contact Communications Coordinator Dan Goldman at for approval and details on how many flyers to print and how to group them for classroom distribution. We will still post community information to the Community Bulletin Board and in the District eNews. 

    Upcoming Events

    Brighton Farmers' Market

    The Brighton Farmers' Market will close for January and February. The Market’s Early Season will begin March 5, indoors from 10 a.m. to noon at Brookside Center, 220 Idlewood Road, Rochester, with easy access from South Winton Road just south of Westfall Road. The Market will close for Easter, April 9, and the Early Season will continue on April 16, returning to Brighton High School from 10 a.m. to noon. The 2023 Main Season opens on Mother’s Day, May 14, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Brighton High School.

    Upcoming Programs

    Brighton Recreation Programs

    Registration for 2023 programs has begun! From pickleball to theatre to basketball to school recess programs, there’s something for the preschool age to all the way up to senior citizens! Please see the Recreation Department website for full details and program registration at and like them on Facebook! Summer Playground Camp information will be available in March. Please contact the Recreation Department with any questions at 585-784-5260 x0, they are always happy to help!

    4-H Public Presentations Training

    Public Presentations are a great opportunity to share knowledge about one of your sparks with other 4-H members. The event is from 6 to 8 p.m. Jan. 30 at Irondequoit Library. It's a chance to have fun, meet new people, work on your organizational skills, and develop your public speaking skills. Whether you are new or experienced, this training session is an opportunity to work together and make your presentation experience stronger. Register by Jan. 25. It's suitable for ages 5-19. Ages 5-7 may benefit from adult support. Visit the website for more information

    Korean Culture Camp

    Monroe County 4-H Sparks Club is presenting Korean Culture Camp from 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 22 at Wegman Lodge in Seneca Park. It will be a day of cultural exchange and learning about Korean food, games, and music. Participants will learn how to make kimbap rolls, create and play traditional Korean games, experience K-pop dancing, and more. It's open to ages 11 and up. The supply fee is $15 and includes a light lunch. View the website to register.

    Volunteer Coaches Needed for Girls on the Run

    Girls on the Run is looking for more volunteers to help coach at French Road Elementary School this spring. The program starts March 20 and ends June 4 and volunteers are needed 1 to 2 times per week for 1.5 hours at a time during these dates. Volunteers can be school staff, parents/guardians, community members or 11th-12th grade girls looking for volunteer hours for graduation. Please reach out to Jeni at or visit for more information.

    Brighton Little League

    Register now for spring baseball through Brighton Little League. They have fun programs available for new and returning players ages 4-12. For more information, visit or view the flyer.

    Brighton Girls Lacrosse

    Spring league registration has begun for grades 1-6. The goal of the program is to introduce and develop lacrosse skills in a fun and positive environment. View the flyer for more information or visit the website to register.

    The Rochester Japanese School

    The Rochester Japanese School will be offering an introductory 11-week Japanese language course. Enrollment is open for children ages 4 to 18, and any interested accompanying parent(s). No Japanese speaking ability is required. The class meets Saturday mornings from 9:15 to 10:45 a.m. from Jan. 7 to March 18. For more information, please visit, or view the flyer. Registration is also open at any time for grade 1-9 classes, which follow the Japanese compulsory education curriculum.

    Community Resources:

    Boy Scouts/Cub Scouts:

    Brighton Baseball
    Brighton Community Education:
    Brighton Girls Lacrosse Club:
    Brighton Junior Bruins Football and Cheerleading:

    Brighton Lacrosse Club
    Brighton Rowing Club and summer Learn-to-Row Camps
    Brighton Soccer
    Girl Scouts

    Town of Brighton Resources:

    Town of Brighton Website
    Brighton Farmers' Market
    Brighton Police Department
    Brighton Memorial Library
    Brighton Senior Adult Program
    Brighton Recreation, Parks and Community Service

    The District does not endorse any organizations or individuals outside of the Brighton Central School District. These resources are for informational purposes only.