Last week, Mrs. Parish’s Spanish classes, along with Mr. Raymond’s Drawing and Painting class, embarked on an exciting adventure to the Geva Theatre! They had the incredible opportunity to witness a captivating production dedicated to the life and artistry of the iconic Frida Kahlo. Our students dove into the world of this extraordinary artist, exploring her passion, creativity, and unique perspective!
Attention students and parents! Missed the first picture day or want a retake? We've got you covered! Picture retake day will be held on November 8th. If your student would like their picture retaken or they were absent for the initial picture day, this is the perfect opportunity to get them redone!If you would like to order your student's photos, you can use the codes down in the flyer with this link: https://my.lifetouch.com/mylifetouch/#/
Get ready to roll! The Keshequa PTSA is thrilled to announce a Roller Skating Party for our awesome students in Pre-K through 4th grade! That party will take place on November 20, from 2:30 - 5 P.M. at the Dalton Gym. Tickets will be $6 and refreshments will be available for $1 each. Permission slips will be sent out next week, so keep an eye on your backpacks! Parents, please mark your calendars to pick up your little skaters at the Dalton bus loop at 5:00 PM. Let's make this a day of fun, laughter, and smooth moves!
We're thrilled to share some incredible news about our Boys Varsity Soccer Team's achievements in the LCAA, after the team won the Division III Title for the 9th time in the last 10 years. First up, a HUGE congratulations to Ian Hinrich, who was named the LCAA Division III Player of the Year for Boys Soccer. Ian was also recognized as an LCAA All Star. Owen Pike was also named an LCAA All Star while Dan Burley and Wes Sanford were named All Stars and Exceptional Seniors. Boone Douglass and Nash Howe also took home titles of Exceptional Seniors for the LCAA. We couldn't be prouder of our boys' outstanding accomplishments!
🎃👻 Our Elementary School Halloween Costume Parade was a spooktacular success! 👻🎃 We had an amazing time walking the halls and showing off our fantastic costumes to our fellow students. Then, we took the fun outside to give our parents a Halloween treat. But the fun didn't stop there! Our Student Council had a blast going from grade to grade, carefully judging each costume in our contest. A big thank you to everyone who participated and made this day so special.
Today, our fantastic middle schoolers brought their A-game by rocking incredible costumes, and we held a thrilling contest during lunch! Our dedicated staff narrowed it down to the top four contestants in each group. Then, the power was in the hands of the students as they cast their votes to determine the ultimate champions! 🗳️🏆 A huge round of applause to the talented winners in both groups!
🎃🍭👻 How sweet is this treat? Our Kindergarten students were all smiles today as they were invited by the Livingston County Government Center for a special Trick or Treat adventure! The excitement was contagious, and we're so grateful to the wonderful coordinators who made it happen. A big shout-out to the adults who put on this spooky fun event for our little ones! 🧡
Spooktacular Sightings at Our Elementary School! The halls of our school are transforming into a Halloween wonderland! 🍁🎨🖌️ Our talented young artists have been hard at work, creating this enchanting and eerie Halloween artwork.
🌟 Celebrating Xxander and Taya's PRIDE Passes! 🌟 Big cheers to Xxander and Taya for earning their PRIDE Passes! PRIDE Passes are a fantastic way to celebrate our students in the Primary building who exemplify our PRIDE habits throughout the day. Keep up the amazing work, and let's all be inspired by their dedication!
Half Day at School, Full Day of Giving Back! Today, our high school students from grades 9-12 dedicated their half day to make a huge impact on our community. They rolled up their sleeves to: 🍂 Rake leaves to beautify our neighborhood 🚒 Help clean fire trucks and ambulances for our local heroes 🎃 Visit the elementary school to assist young students in painting pumpkins, creating unforgettable memories! This is what community spirit looks like, and we couldn't be prouder of our students.
A HUGE thank you to our local heroes! During Fire Safety Week, the Keshequa Elementary School had the privilege of hosting our amazing fire department. They not only keep our community safe but also took the time to educate our students about their crucial work. From showing the equipment to offering safety tips, they made learning about fire safety fun and informative. We're immensely grateful for our local fire department's dedication and service. Thank you for all that you do to protect and educate our community!
📢 Important Location Change for Financial Aid Night!📢 Financial Aid Night will now be held in the High School Library, NOT the Nunda Auditorium! Big changes are on the horizon for the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), and we want to make the transition as easy as possible! Join us for a crucial meeting where we'll discuss the upcoming changes and how they'll affect your financial aid journey. Key topics will include what changes are coming, what you can expect when applying for financial aid, and how you can make college education affordable. This meeting is for both seniors and parents and will be held at the High School Library on November 7 at 6 P.M. If you're unable to attend, another meeting will be held at the Perry High School on November 8, starting at 6:30 P.M.
🏐🎓 It's Senior Night, and we want to give a huge shoutout to Kayla, our incredible setter on the Varsity Girls Volleyball Team! 🎉👏 Kayla, your dedication and passion for the sport have been truly remarkable! As you step into this next chapter of your life, remember all the amazing moments and achievements you've had as part of our team. Your leadership, teamwork, and positive attitude have been an inspiration to us all. We're excited to see where your journey takes you! 🧡🎓
🎉 Exciting News! Our Capital Improvement Project Vote has PASSED with an overwhelming 109 YES votes to 16 NO votes! We want to extend our heartfelt THANKS to everyone who came out to vote and made their voices heard. Your participation is what drives our community forward. As for what's next- designs will be finalized in the Summer of 2024, with construction expected to start in the Summer of 2025! For more information on the project follow this link: https://www.keshequa.org/page/capital-improvement-project
We are thrilled to announce that several of our incredibly talented students have been selected to participate in the Junior High Area All-State Music Festival! 🎶 These exceptional young musicians have demonstrated their dedication and passion for music, and their hard work has truly paid off. Join us in celebrating their outstanding achievement!
🎓 Attention, Seniors! 🎓 SUNY Free Application Weeks are in full swing! Now through October 29, you can apply to FIVE SUNY schools FOR FREE! Don't miss out on this chance to kickstart your college journey without the application fees. 📌 Here's how to get started: 1️⃣ Visit https://www.suny.edu/attend/apply-to-suny/ or https://www.commonapp.org/ 2️⃣ Choose your top 5 SUNY schools 3️⃣ Submit your applications without any fees!
🚨🚨TODAY- Vote on the 2023 Capital Improvement Project! 🚨🚨 Today is a pivotal moment for our beloved school. The Capital Improvement Project vote is taking place, and we need your support and participation! Your vote COUNTS! 🗳️ Make your voice heard and play a vital role in shaping the future of our school. Voting will take place from Noon until 8 P.M. at the Middle-High School Lobby! This project promises to bring exciting enhancements to our school infrastructure, creating a better learning environment for students and a brighter future for all. New facilities, technology upgrades, and much more are on the horizon, all with NO ADDITIONAL TAX IMPACTS! More details on the project can be found here: https://www.keshequa.org/page/capital-improvement-project
The Lift Project, an online learning program focused on enhancing the health and well-being of our community, is officially kicking off today! The program will run through December 1, offering tools and strategies to live a happier, healthier life! It's not too late to sign up, you have until October 22 to get started! Here's why Superintendent Powers says YOU should participate! For more information follow this link: https://www.keshequa.org/page/health-and-wellness
As we gear up for sectionals, let's take a moment to look back on the incredible Senior Night celebration we had earlier this month for our Girls Varsity Soccer Team. Our senior players showcased their talent, dedication, and love for the game, leaving a lasting mark on our team. Let's give a round of applause to our amazing seniors - you've made us proud on and off the field! We can't wait to see what the future holds for each of you. 🎓⚽
📣 𝗦𝗼𝗰𝗰𝗲𝗿 𝗦𝗲𝗰𝘁𝗶𝗼𝗻𝗮𝗹𝘀 𝗔𝗹𝗲𝗿𝘁! ⚽🏆 It's that time of the year again! Section V Soccer Sectionals are about to kick off, and we can't wait to see you there! ⚽The Girls Varsity Team will be taking on Honeoye on Tuesday, October 17th starting at 6 P.M. ⚽ The Boys Varsity Team will be taking on Pembroke on Wednesday, October 18 at 6:30 P.M. Section V will be using digital tickets for sectionals this year, costing $8 cash or $7.30 online. You can pre-order your tickets using these links: 🔗 Girls Varsity: https://gofan.co/event/1117794?schoolId=NYSPHSAAV 🔗 Boys Varsity: https://gofan.co/event/1117711?schoolId=NYSPHSAAV Live streaming will also be available for $8, the links for each game are below. 💻Girls Varsity: https://vcloud.blueframetech.com/broadcast/ppv/709755 💻Boys Varsity: https://vcloud.blueframetech.com/broadcast/ppv/709754