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  • 2020-21 BUDGET NEWSLETTER NOW AVAILABLE

    The 2020-21 Budget Newsletter is now available for viewing on our website. You can find more resources and additional documents under our Budget 2020-21 webpage.

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  • SEE WHAT'S IN STORE FOR FLETCHER RENOVATIONS

    We have posted an animation and renderings for what the future holds for Fletcher Elementary School through our TONA2020 initiative. Please visit our TONA2020 page to see them.

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  • UPDATED COVID-19 ALTERNATE FOOD SERVICE PLAN

    Please click HERE for updated information on the district's alternate food service plan.

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  • DAYCARE OPPORTUNITIES FOR FIRST RESPONDERS & HEALTH CARE WORKERS

    Please click HERE for information on daycare opportunities for Tonawanda City School District parents that serve as FIRST RESPONDERS and ESSENTIAL HEALTH CARE WORKERS (as defined by the NYS Education Department).

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  • BUILDING ACCESS UPDATES

    Please click HERE for information from Dr. Oldenburg regarding access to district facilities.

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  • PARENT/STUDENT TECHNOLOGY HELP

    Please use the Parent/Student Technology Assistance Form in order to request assistance on student issues with technology at home.

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  • UPK registration


     Kindergarten Information

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  • LUNCH FORMS

    To help maximize the district's ability to receive federal grant funding, all families in grades 6-12 are asked to complete the 2019-20 Free and Reduced Meal Application. Families in grades K-5 are asked to complete the 2019-20 Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) application.

    **Please note families may have to submit both a free and reduced application and CEP application if they have children in both K-5 and 6-12. Visit the Food Services page for more information.

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  • DO YOU HAVE UNWANTED MEDICATIONS?

    The State Department of Environmental Conservation and the Tonawanda City School District have teamed up to provide a free, safe, convenient and environmentally responsible disposal option - a medication collection kiosk. For more info, view the flyer.

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