Announcements

Tonawanda's Summer Reading Program! We have created a school-wide plan to encourage families to set goals and make time for reading over the summer months. Students who complete the summer reading and goal setting will be acknowledged in the fall 2021. Please find all the information on this informational flyer!

 

RAZ Kids will be available through the entire summer, too!  RAZ Kids is a familiar software program for our primary students to use over the summer.

 

Summer Literacy Resources: Looking to avoid summer slide? There are a variety of resources available to families that can be utilized during the summer. 

  • Florida Center for Reading Research has activities for students in pre-K through grade 5 at the website https://fcrr.org/student-center-activities  
  • For students who are working on building phonemic awareness skills, Heggerty is offering free summer videos to families (available now through August 31st). You can find summer support resources at heggerty.org/summer

 

Interested in checking out library books this summer?  In addition to our Elm Grove Public Library and the Brookfield Public Library, Burleigh Elementary School's library is open during the summer school days and hours, June 21 - July 23 (no summer school on July 2 and 5) from 8:00 - 11:55 AM.  We will have two open Tonawanda library times in August.  Dates to come!   Additional links with information:  Elm Grove Summer Library Program information is linked here, along with a Recommended Book List and an introduction video from Mrs. Daniels.

 

Read more about Summer Reading Opportunities

Here Comes the Bus allows you to view the real-time location of your child's school bus on your smartphone, tablet or computer. With it, you will have the information you need to send your children to the bus stop at just the right time. What's more, you'll have peace of mind knowing your children haven't missed the bus.

Read more about Here Comes the Bus App

News

For this entire school year we have done everything possible to keep our students and staff safe while prioritizing in-person learning. Of all the safety and risk mitigation measures and efforts implemented, none has been more impactful than masking. The science and the data support this, and we stand behind it. We will continue to follow the science and rely on our Medical Advisory Board to help guide policies and procedures. To be clear, regardless of the political action in Madison, masks will be required in all schools for anyone entering a facility in the School District of ElmbrookRead more for additional information.

Read more about School District Response to Mask Mandate Repeal