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Seeking nominations and applications for the Empire State Excellence in Teaching Award
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Every day, thousands of teachers across the State of New York are making a difference in the lives of children. These teachers hold high expectations and academic goals for each one of their students, fostering critical thinking, cultivating creativity, and instilling a love of learning. They are eager learners who pursue meaningful professional development throughout their careers. ‎This... more info


SUMMER (FREE) FOOD PROGRAM - JULY 5 - AUGUST 18
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Summer Food Program Poster
Breakfast & Lunch served Mon. - Fri.   Gates Chili High School - Enter at Door #50   Breakfast: 7-10 a.m.   Lunch: 10:30 a.m.-1:15 p.m. Summer is coming soon. You may be thinking about what your children will do for meals while school is out. The good news is that the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has partnered with Gates Chili School District to serve FREE... more info


Meet the Candidates for the Hilton Board of Education on Tuesday, May 9
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The Hilton Central School District will hold a Meet the Candidates Night on Tuesday, May 9 at 7 p.m. at the District Office Board Meeting Room, 225 West Ave., Hilton. The community is cordially invited to attend. The Board of Education meeting will begin at 7:30 p.m. The seven-member Hilton Board of Education will have two open seats on the May 16 ballot. Voters will select two board... more info


Board approves policy regarding animals on school grounds
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The Board of Education has approved the following policy regarding animals on school grounds: Based upon the Hilton Central School District's obligation to limit the use of school facilities to educational purposes, and concerns related to maintenance costs and hygiene, as well as to help maintain safe and healthy conditions for the students, staff and visitors to the Hilton Central School... more info


Board of Education grants tenure to four administrators, 15 teaching staff
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The Hilton Board of Education approved the tenure of four administrators and 15 teaching staff at its April 26 meeting. Shown are: (first row, l-r) Megan Peterson, High School health teacher; Erin Marble, High School science teacher; Amber D’Ambrosia, High School English teacher; Alyssa Hurlimann and Thomas Fisher, Merton Williams math teachers; Elizabeth Hardie, Quest reading teacher;... more info
Group photo of tenure recipients



Hilton Baseball Annual Breast Cancer Awareness Game - April 29
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Breast Cancer Research Foundation logo
Hilton Baseball is hosting it’s Annual Breast Cancer Awareness game vs. Brockport on Saturday, April 29 at Schwonke Field behind Quest Elementary School. Both teams will wear pink to recognize those individuals affected by Breast Cancer. Proceeds from concessions and donations collected throughout the day will go to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. This is an ALL... more info


Hilton CSD Board of Education adopts $80.9 M Budget Proposal for 2017-18 – public vote May 16
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At its regular meeting on April 11, the Hilton Central School District Board of Education adopted an $80,875,790 budget proposal for the 2017-18 school year. This is a 1.12 percent increase over last year’s budget, which, if approved by voters, will result in an estimated 0.21 percent tax rate increase in Greece, Hamlin and Parma, and a 2.32 percent increase in Clarkson due to the... more info


Warren appointed as Quest Elementary principal
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Derek Warren
Derek Warren
The Hilton School District will welcome Derek Warren as Quest Elementary School principal on July 1. He replaces Karen Spillman, who has been serving as interim principal during the 2016-17 school year. Warren served as an administrative intern at Merton Williams Middle School and Village Elementary School from Jan. – June 2016. Prior to that, he taught grades 4-6 at Village from... more info


Hilton CSD named Top Large Employer; Superintendent receives leadership award
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Top Workplace 2017 logo
For the fourth consecutive year, the Hilton Central School District has been named a Top Workplace in the Rochester area. This year, Hilton also received the top honor for large employers and Superintendent Dr. Casey Kosiorek received the Leadership Award for Large Employers. Workplace Dynamics, a Philadelphia-based company, in conjunction with D&C Digital, surveyed 68 organizations that... more info


NYS 3-8 English Language Arts and Mathematics Assessment dates
Merton Williams Middle School, Northwood Elementary School, Quest Elementary School, Village Elementary School
testing sheet
testing sheet
On Tuesday, Mar. 28, Wednesday, Mar. 29, and Thursday, Mar. 30, Hilton CSD will administer the NYS ELA Assessment to all students in grades 3-8.  On Tuesday, May 2, Wednesday, May 3, and Thursday, May 4, the district will administer the NYS Mathematics Assessment to all students in grades 3-8.  It is important to encourage your child to concentrate on... more info


Immunization requirement for 2017-18 school year
Hilton High School, Merton Williams Middle School
Girl getting vaccinated
Girl getting vaccinated
All students entering 7th, 8th and 12th grades must have the meningococcal vaccine. Without it, they can’t start school.   About the Vaccine: • It’s not a new vaccine. It’s been recommended for a decade. • Most parents already choose to vaccinate their children. • The meningococcal vaccine has been required for school entry since Sept.... more info


Parents Who Host, Lose the Most: Don't be a party to teenage drinking
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Parents Who Host Lose the Most logo
Parents play a major role in their children’s choices about alcohol, tobacco and other drugs. In a National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse at Columbia University survey to parents and teens, one-third of teen party-goers have been to parties where teens were drinking alcohol, smoking marijuana, or using cocaine, ecstasy or prescription drugs while a parent was present. By age... more info