Dear Gator Families,
Friday, June 12 will be the last day of instruction for students. Work will be accepted up until Monday, June 15.
Elementary student belonging pick up will be Wednesday, May 20 from 8 A.M. until 4 P.M. Pick up will be on the cafeteria side. Please do not get out of your car. Please have your child's name and grade written and placed on your dashboard. Someone will meet you to assist.
The public vote for our school district budget and school board election will be done through a mail in ballot. The ballots will be sent this week with a postage paid return envelope.
The situation we are in has been unprecedented. I would like to thank you as parents for your understanding, support, and all of your efforts to provide the best education for your children.
The School Budget Vote and Board Election will be held on June 9, 2020. This will be done by absentee ballots via mail for all registered voters of the district (under the direction of the New York State Education Department), eliminating the voters traveling to the polling place. Please note that if you are interested in running for the Board of Education your materials must be returned no later than May 11, 2020 to the District Clerk.
Dear Allegany-Limestone Families,
The district is increasing internet options for students. A school bus with with internet connection will be parked at the Knapp Creek fire hall Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday from 8:30 a m to 10:30 a m. A staff member and an internet connection will be available at the Limestone Community Center Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday from 11:30 a m to 1:30 p m.
Beginning the week of April 20, 2020 “paper-packet” assignments can be dropped-off at the following locations:
Families still have the option to scan and email completed work to teacher or take a picture and send to teacher. If there are families who are not able to scan/email, photograph, or drop-off work at a designated location, administrators will develop additional options for families. Please call your child's school with any questions.
Regents Exam Information
This is the latest information that we have from the state on Regents exams. If you have questions about your situation, please contact Mr. Pecorella at email@example.com or your child’s school counselor.
-All Regents exams for June 2020 are cancelled.
-Students who were enrolled in a class that had a Regents exam requirement will get credit for the Regents exam if they pass the class. It is very important that students continue to work with their teachers during this time. To gain credit they must pass the class!!!
-Gaining Regents credit in this way will not affect the type of diploma they receive. For example, a student who needed the Algebra 2 Regents to complete the three-credit math sequence for a Regents with Advanced Designation Diploma will have the sequence completed.
-Students who have received credit will not need to come back to take Regents exams when school resumes. For example, a 9th grader in Living Environment who passes the course will not need to take the Living Environment Regents while taking Earth Science next year.
-The lab hour requirements are waived for science Regents exams this year.
-Spanish Checkpoint A&B exams are also cancelled. Checkpoint A is the exam given at the end of 8th grade Spanish. Checkpoint B is the exam given at the end of Spanish 3. Requirements for earning credit in these classes will be the same as for Regents exams.
Regents Exam Guidance Chart