Cheektowaga-Sloan

Union Free School District

We provide a positive, safe environment that encourages ALL learners to strive for excellence.

Announcements

  • We are now accepting Pre-K & Kindergarten Registrations for the 2018-2019 School Year!

    CENTRAL REGISTRATION

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  • Click the link below for information on the 30 Year Reunion for the class of 1988. 

    JFK Class of 1988 30 Year Reunion

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  • Cheektowaga-Sloan UFSD seeks qualified Substitute Teachers in all subject and grade level areas, including Special Education and Technology(industrial arts). Please note the District will consider uncertified individuals for these substitute teaching positions. This will be for the 2017- 2018 school year. Please click here for more information and to apply. 

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  • Please click HERE to read a message from our superintendent, Mrs. Galenski.

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    A summary of our Smart Schools Investment Plan for an upgrade to our wireless infrastructure is available HERE.
     
    Capital Project: Our school district is currently in the process of completing an extensive Capital Project. Please follow this link for updates on our progress.  

District Vision

  • CHEEKTOWAGA-SLOAN UFSD

    DISTRICT VISION

     

    ~Educating the Whole Child by supporting academic, social and emotional growth—respecting and appreciating that all students are worthy of intellectual respect, that the life and mind of each child is precious, that together, we achieve more, and that differences should be valued and appreciated

     

    Our District Vision includes the following:

     

    • All Faculty & Staff in the CSUFSD Community will promote and model a positive, respectful, accepting and supportive learning environment PreK-12 that mirrors the Franklin Covey 7 Habits/Leader in Me empowerment and leadership philosophy to encourage good citizenship in our community
    • Maintaining a learning environment that supports all academic areas as well as art, music, library, physical education and extra-curricular activities so that the unique talents of all students are emphasized and celebrated
    • Utilizing our two Academic Learning Centers (ALCs) as resources to help all learners reach their highest potential—from striving learners to those who require challenging experiences
    • Recognizing that literacy skills must be taught in PreK and strengthened each year through the Lucy Calkins Reading Workshop Model in K-5, and then further developed in middle and high school through continued emphasis on skill development in both reading and writing with a focus on exposing students to varied authentic literature and real-life writing experiences
    • Developing strong mathematical skills through consistent instruction using the Common Core Learning Standards, real life applications & critical thinking skills, and then expand those math skills through exposure to Regents, Honors and AP mathematics coursework
    • Engaging students in Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics (STEM) opportunities K-12 so that they are best prepared for a 21st Century workforce beyond high school by reviewing and improving our existing technology programs

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