Ken-Ton to release findings of school consolidation study

By 3 p.m., most of the rain had passed, the sun made an appearance, and the streets were suddenly teeming with people.  On with the Taste of Buffalo 2009!
By 3 p.m., most of the rain had passed, the sun made an appearance, and the streets were suddenly teeming with people. On with the Taste of Buffalo 2009!

KENMORE, N.Y. (WIVB) – The Ken-Ton School District is preparing to release the findings of its consolidation feasibility study to parents and students.

For the first time, the public will learn what the study determined the district’s best course of action will be as it looks at consolidating schools. It will be released March 20 via e-mail to parents, on the district’s website, and through their phone notification system.

The report will then be discussed on March 27 in Hoover Middle School’s auditorium and on March 31 in Kenmore East High School’s auditorium. There will be two meetings at each location, one at 4 p.m. and another at 7 p.m. Superintendent Mark Mondanaro will be on hand to address questions from staff and residents.

After the meetings presenting the final consolidation report, there will be a public work session held April 1 at 6:30 p.m. in Kenmore East High School’s auditorium.

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