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COVID-19 Update - April 22 4:15 pm
This message is to inform you that the following individuals tested positive for COVID-19 on April 22: two HS hybrid students.
 
COVID-19 update - April 21, 2021
This message is to inform you that the following individuals tested positive for COVID-19 on April 20-21: two HS hybrid students, two FRS hybrid students and one FRS staff member.
 
COVID-19 update - April 19, 2021
This message is to inform you that the following individuals tested positive for COVID-19 on April 17-19: one CES hybrid student, one FRS hybrid student, one MS hybrid student and one MS remote student.
 
Fire Safety Poster Winners
Congratulations to the winners of the 2021 Prevention 1st Fire Safety Poster Contest: Middle School student Anna Battista (in the Gr. 5 Category) and FRS student Alyssa Battista (in the Gr. 2-3 Category). FRS third-grader Ezekiel Sebastian received an Honorable Mention for his poster design.
 
NYSATA Region 2 Student Art Exhibit
The Churchville-Chili Central School District is proud to acknowledge these talented young artists whose work was included in the 2021 New York State Art Teachers Association (NYSATA) Region 2 Student Art Exhibit.
 
Board of Education Adopts Proposed 2021-22 Budget
At its April 13, 2021, Board of Education meeting, the Churchville-Chili Board of Education adopted the proposed budget of $91,602,093 for the 2021-22 school year.  
 
MS artists share who they are “Behind the Mask”
Eighth-graders, like the rest of us, have found that the most challenging thing about wearing a safety mask is that it can hide their smiles and conceal their moods and personality. They’ve tackled this problem through creating expressive self-portraits that reveal the distinctly individual personalities “behind the mask.”
 
HS Students of the Month
Congratulations to our March Students, Teacher and Staff Member of the Month!
 
MS students tackle the art of journalism
Sixth-graders are taking on a whole new role this quarter – as journalists. In preparation, students met with several local professionals who shared tips on interviewing people and writing for publications: D&C journalists Justin Murphy and Robert Bell, and Genesee Valley Pennysaver’s Hometown Editor Amanda Dudek.  
 
Board of Education approves 2021-22 school calendar
At its March 23, 2021 regular business meeting, the Board of Education approved the 2021-22 school calendar. The school calendar can be found here.
 
Innovation and problem-solving at the MS
Fifth-graders at the Middle School are investigating the challenges posed to one of our most important resources – water. Students are learning how to understand the problems we face, and find creative solutions.  
 
March 2021 Link Newsletter
Check out the latest issue of our community newsletter, The Link.
 
Churchville-Chili students inducted into NTHS
Congratulations to Santino Barone, Gracie Bloss, Matteo Ginevra, Andrew Shortino and Jack White who were recently inducted into the WEMOCO Chapter of the National Technical Honor Society.
 
HS Students of the Month
Congratulations to our February Students, Teacher and Staff Member of the Month!
 
Podcasts make history come alive
Eighth-graders at the Middle School recently completed what is normally a standard social studies unit on the Industrial Revolution. Their educational experience was far different than what students may have had in the past.
 
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Congratulations to the student musicians who participated in the virtual Wind Ensemble Winter Concert for the 2020-21 school year. See video below. You can view the program here.


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