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The Hilton Central School District is committed to educating each student for success academically, physically, emotionally, and socially. We develop self-directed, life-long learners who think critically and creatively and function as caring, responsible, productive citizens. We accomplish this by attracting and inspiring high quality educators, administrators and staff, and involving parents, volunteers and community members.

HCSD students welcomed back to school on Tuesday, Sept. 8

Hilton Central School District will welcome back K-12 students for a full day of school on Tuesday, Sept. 8.

It is our goal to continually examine ways to increase student learning to ensure that every student meets or exceeds the outcomes described in our District’s Mission and Beliefs.

The District Calendar is online www.hilton.k12.ny.us/calendar.htm and will be mailed to homes of current students.

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 News & Updates 

Hilton CSD welcomes Urban-Suburban students to Northwood  The Hilton School District and Monroe #1 BOCES Urban-Suburban Program welcomed nine families into the district at an orientation held Aug. 19 at Northwood Elementary School. Nine first and second grade students will be attending Northwood in the fall. - read more -

Hilton Board of Education adopts 2015-16 tax levy  The Hilton Board of Education adopted the tax levy for residents of the Hilton School District at their August 11 meeting. True value remains the same for Greece, Hamlin and Parma at 100%. Clarkson is assessed at two percent below true value. The local tax levy is $36,986,987- read more -

High School Orientation - Wednesday, Aug. 26  Attention incoming freshmen and new Hilton students entering grades 10-12, Hilton High School will be holding orientation on Wednesday, August 26 from 8 - 11 a.m. Parents are welcome to attend. A letter with more details will be mailed to homes soon. For more information, call 392-1000, ext. 2301.

Czebatol appointed Merton Williams Middle School principal  Tracie Czebatol, who has served as Village Elementary School principal for the past six years, will be replacing Tim Dobbertin as principal of Merton Williams Middle School. Dobbertin was recently appointed as the Monroe 2 – Orleans BOCES assistant superintendent for instructional programs and will begin his new position on Aug. 24.  - read more -

Hilton 2014 graduate takes home bronze at Panamerican Junior Championships  Hilton 2014 graduate Tyler Ranke took third in the 3000-meter steeplechase with a time of 9:16.44 and brought home the bronze medal for the U.S. at the Panamerican Junior Athletics Championships in Edmonton, Alberta on Aug. 2.  - read more -

Hilton School District 2015-16 Calendar available online  The District Calendar will be mailed in Aug. to families of current Hilton CSD students only. To download a calendar, visit www.hilton.k12.ny.us/calendar.htm.

Fall 2015 Community Education brochure available online; mailed to homes in Aug.  The Hilton Community Education brochure for Fall 2015 features  24 new courses in addition to online courses in partnership with Webster Community Education. Classes fill up fast so be sure to register early! Driver's Education begins Sept. 14 with the registration fee due by Sept. 8.  - read more -

Harris Connect contacting Hilton alumni for new directory   The Hilton Education Foundation, with support from Hilton Central School District, has contracted with Harris Connect to conduct a survey of all Hilton High School graduates in order to publish an updated edition of the Hilton High School Alumni Directory.  - read more -

Message from Jo Anne Antonacci, Monroe 2-Orleans BOCES District Superintendent and Search Consultant  I am pleased to be assisting the Hilton Central School District in the search for its next superintendent. In this capacity, I will guide the district through a process that outlines candidate qualifications,  - read more -

Summer learning opportunities for parents and students  The research is clear that children who don't read during the summer can lose up to three months of reading progress and that loss has a cumulative, long-term effect. Find links to reading and math resources for grades K-12 all in one place.   - read more -

Northwood playgrounds closed during summer break  Due to construction related to the ongoing Capital Project, the playgrounds at Northwood Elementary School are now closed through Labor Day.   - read more -

ACT for Education  Greater Rochester school districts have joined together with the Ad Council of Rochester and local businesses to get the word out about the high quality of education in our community. The campaign, titled “ACT (A Community Together) for Education” exists to build active community involvement in schools. - read more -


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