We are hiring- Speech and Language Pathologist Student and Family Success Coordinator https://www.keshequa.org/page/employment
KTPSA is hosting a Traffic Safety Event This Wednesday, May 24th! See the attached picture for more information.
KCS is looking for a Student and Family Success Coordinator. Go to "Employment" and click on that position title to apply. Certification Requirements: NYS Certified Social Worker CSW, LCSW or LMSW/Certified School Counselor
On Tuesday, our 2nd grade and 3rd grade chorus performed their spring concert. What talented singers we have!
Pictures created by our Kindergarten students honoring National Administrative Assistant Day and National Nurses Day
We had 8 students attend the Fillmore NYSSMA solo fest which was held on 5/12. Attending this festival requires the students to practice their solo throughout the year, perform their solo in front of a NYSSMA judge and to sightread in front of that same judge. All students received ratings of Excellent & Outstanding for their performances. Congratulations, students, on a job well done!
On Thursday, juniors and seniors in Spanish class attended the Edgar Renee Concert hosted by Letchworth Central School. Students were exposed to Latino music, culture and the Spanish language through music, dancing and games. After the concert, they were able to continue their cultural experience at Mama Chavez Mexican Taqueria in Leroy, NY for lunch.
This past week, 8th graders visited Monroe Community College and the Monroe Community Applied Technology Center. Students learned about the automotive, HVAC and solar thermal programs, as well as the two year programs at MCC. Students visited the dorm and ate lunch in the college cafeteria.
For all students/families in grades 6-11, fall sports registration is now online through next Friday May 19th. If you are interested in playing a fall sport, please sign up with your child's CURRENT grade level as their grade will roll over in the summer. Link is https://keshequacs-oar.rschooltoday.com/
Congrats to our 4 senior baseball players as they were recognized on Senior Night. They suffered a heartbreaking 11 inning loss to a tough Avon squad.
Congrats to our 3 senior softball players as they celebrated Senior Night with a win over a tough Avon squad.
Students in English 10 classes had the opportunity to learn about Honor Flight Rochester’s work to help celebrate and thank local veterans. Mr. Ed James, who served in the U.S. Marine Corps and fought in Vietnam, visited and talked about his recent experience on Honor Flight Rochester’s 75th Mission to Washington, D.C. According to Mr. James, one of the most impactful moments of the trip is the Mail Call, a moment when the veterans receive a stack of letters, written specifically for each traveling veteran, from area students. After hearing about Honor Flight, the Mail Call, and the impact it has on the veterans who travel, the sophomores wrote letters to be included in the Mail Call for Honor Flight’s 77th Mission departing this weekend for what will surely be the trip and experience of a lifetime!
Keshequa Art Show!
Keshequa Primary School will be holding our UPK screenings on June 5th. Please call (585)469-2900 to reserve a spot.
On Thursday, KPS hosted our One School One Book Family Night. Families enjoyed our guest speaker, Mrs. Powers reading the last chapter as well as various games, face painting, crafts and snacks.
Students in grades 8-12 enrolled in Spanish classes have had a great opportunity to practice their Spanish skills the last few months. Keshequa Spanish Department has partnered twice a month with I.E.S Arcipreste de Hita school in Madrid, Spain to offer a pen-pal exchange to any students who were interested. Students from Keshequa were matched with the students in Madrid based on common interests and language abilities. Students have explored the differences in the foods they eat, their schools and classes, celebrations, the sports they play and the biggest difference between a rural town in NY and a capital city of a country. What has been equally as eye opening for students is learning about how similar many aspects of their lives really are, even though they are 4,000 miles apart! A great way to learn about the world outside of Nunda, NY.
Congrats to our two seniors celebrating track senior night last night in the very cold weather!
2023 Prom Court
This past Friday we recognized our students who exemplified the PRIDE Habit of dependability. We are so proud of these kiddos!
Keshequa Class of 2026 Pulled Pork/Mac and Cheese dinner.