Churchville Elementary

About our school

Principal Dave Johnson
Churchville Elementary School has a rich history. Built in 1937 as a Works Progress Administration Project, this project helped put people back to work during the Depression. The school was built as the Union Free School District No. 4 and served grades 1-12. When Churchville-Chili Central School district was established in 1950, the CES school building was the district school, providing education for grades 1-12.
Our current enrollment includes 419 students in kindergarten through grade 4. Our school day begins at 9:15 a.m. and ends at 3:25 p.m.  Students learn in a nurturing, supportive environment that provides the tools to meet and exceed the district and state learning standards in English Language Arts, math, social studies and science. Many unique programs and projects at CES strengthen student learning. Click on any of the links located to the left to learn more about our school or contact David Johnson, Principal, at [email protected].
Churchville Elementary School 
36 West Buffalo Street
Churchville, New York 14428
Main office phone: 585-293-2022 
Main office fax: 585-293-4504
Attendance: 585-293-2022 ext. 7520

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Sports Booster Board Positions Available

The Saints Sports Boosters are taking nominations for open Board positions now until March 8, 2021 for the June 2021 election. All that are interested please contact Kim Sinicropi at [email protected]  for the nomination ballet. All position responsibilities are located on the website at
The following positions will be open:
  • Vice President Start Date July 1, for three years
  • Buyer – start date July for 1 year (can have opportunity to stay on each year)
  • Public Relations Coordinator - start date July for 1 year (can have opportunity to stay on each year)
  • Merchandise Coordinator - start date July for 1 year (can have opportunity to stay on each year)

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A visit with a volcanologist

The intersection of history with real life adds a new dimension to learning. Fourth-graders at CES experienced this when a class reading project on the eruption of Vesuvius at Pompeii grew into a real-time Zoom visit with volcano expert Amelia Winner, from the University of Oregon.
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The Link December 2020

Check out the latest issue of our community newsletter, The Link.
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NYSATA Regional Art Educator of the Year

Congratulations to art teacher Anne Clancy who has been named Region 2 Art Educator of the Year for 2020 by the New York State Art Teachers Association (NYSATA). Clancy teaches students in grades K-4 at Churchville Elementary School and also leads an Advanced Studio Art class for eighth-graders at the Middle School.
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