21st Century Grant
Since 1939, Boys & Girls Clubs of the Northtowns (BGCNT) has offered high-quality out-of-school-time programs to youth in Buffalo and the surrounding suburbs. Our mission is to enable and inspire all youth, especially those that need us the most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring and responsible citizens. BGCNT has been running afterschool programs at Spruce Elementary (and Gilmore before that) for about 10 years. In the 17-18 school year, BGCNT is excited to offer afterschool programming at 3 NT Schools open to all youth in the district: Spruce Elementary, Drake Elementary and NT Middle School. Beginning October 2017, thanks to grant funding from the New York State Education Department, these three schools will operate as 21st Century Community Learning Centers, providing participants with high-quality programs and activities designed to achieve the program’s 3 priority outcomes: Academic Success, Good Character & leadership and Healthy Lifestyles. The programs will run from 3pm – 6pm, Monday - Friday and provide daily homework help, academic enrichment, a hot meal and broad range of youth development and recreational activities. Students attending the North Tonawanda City School District all qualify to receive a full scholarship to attend the program in the 17-18 school year. We anticipate these programs will fill up quickly! To reserve your spot, fill out the 17-18 Membership Application and submit it to firstname.lastname@example.org
Please visit the Boys & Girls Club website for additional information or to apply.
IMPORTANT SUMMER SCHOOL INFORMATION FOR NORTH TONAWANDA HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS!
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NT Athletics Dept. Looking for Athletic Wall of Fame Nominations
The Athletic Wall of Fame honors alumni, coaches and significant contributors to the athletic program. Nominations are sought for the 2017 Athletic Wall of Fame. Please visit our Athletic Wall of Fame page for more information and for the submission form. The induction ceremony will be held in Spring 2017. Exact date to be announced.
Lead in Water Testing at NTCSD
In compliance with new legislation (NYCRR Title 10, Subpart 67-4) requiring public school districts to test their water outlets for lead contamination and to implement a lead remediation plan where necessary, the North Tonawanda City School District has completed water testing at all of our schools and buildings. The water sampling and reports were conducted by Stohl Environmental, a New York State Environmental Consultant. The district has received the results which are being reported on the district website. As results are received, they will be posted to the district website and individual building's website. To access more information about the Lead in Water Testing and to view individual reports, please visit our Lead Testing Results page.
School of Savers Program at NT Elementary and Middle Schools
North Tonawanda City School District and Niagara Regional Federal Credit Union have partnered together to educate elementary and middle school students about the importance of responsible finance. Through the School of Savers program, students have the opportunity to open and maintain a savings account, gain a sense of responsibility, and develop the experience needed to know the importance of investing money. The program reinforces basic math skills, and gives hands on experience in handling money. Participation in the program is encouraged but entirely voluntary. For more information, visit NT's School of Savers web page.
Now Hiring Bus Drivers and Bus Attendants
Apply now! There are still openings for the 2016-17 school year. Click here for more information! Stop by the North Tonawanda City Schools Administrative Building at 176 Walck Road, North Tonawanda or call Personnel at 716-807-3516.
Free Training is available to those who would like to begin their career in bus driving!