Photography club enjoyed a rainy day at Letchworth State Park this past Saturday October 23rd!
8th grade students in Mrs. Becker's Family and Consumer Science took part in their very own “Career Fair”. They researched careers that interested them, then hosted “booths” to share the careers with their classmates.
Consider going to Denny's for dinner tomorrow night (Wednesday, 10/13). The Class of 2022 will earn 20% of every dollar you spend from 4-10 pm. We appreciate your support!
The Class of 2022 is heading up the Pembroke gear sale this year! The store will be open multiple times throughout the year, and the first window to order will begin TODAY, 9/28. The store will be open 9/28-10/15 and can be accessed here: https://pembroke2021.itemorder.com/shop/sale/ *Orders will be shipped to the high school about one week after the deadline listed (October 15th). You will be notified when the order is in and you can pick up your items. If you have any questions, please feel free to email: firstname.lastname@example.org Thank you for your support! The Class of 2022 Mr. Piccolo - Class Advisor
Attentions Dragons!! At tomorrow night's football game, the players and community will be commemorating the 20th Anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. At the start of halftime (approximately 8:00 pm), the 9/11 commemoration will take place at midfield. Members of our local fire departments, police, military, and Veterans Outreach Club will be represented. We would like to invite the entire community to attend! Especially past or present first responders, firefighters, police, and military. We look forward to seeing you!
Attention Primary School families! We would like to remind you of our supply drop off and meet the teacher event which will be held this Friday, September 3rd from 1:00-2:30 PM. Students, bring a friendly letter or a picture introducing yourself to receive a small gift! We hope to see you!
Dragon's Bridge will be held Sept. 2nd from 5 PM-7 PM. All 7th graders are encouraged to attend this orientation night. Hope to see you there!
Attention all soon to be 4th graders (and parents): Starting in September YOU get to join the band program and play an instrument! Miss Komosinski is very excited to meet all of the upcoming 4th graders and will be starting to pass out more information about joining the band during the second week of school. In the meantime, check out the website below to start to learn about the band program. Using this website, students can learn about all of the different instruments we offer here at Pembroke and hear what each one sounds like! Parents can learn about the logistics of our program and what it will take to sign their child up. If the videos don't play right away, just give them a second to download and email Miss Komosinski at email@example.com if you have any issues or questions! https://sites.google.com/pembrokecsd.org/learn-about-the-band/home
Dragons, Unfortunately, there will be no driver education this year due to a shortage of instructional staff. We apologize for the inconvenience!
Good Morning Dragons! Throughout today and tomorrow the school network will be offline while undergoing major upgrades. This includes our phone system. If you need to contact any of the buildings, please use the phone numbers listed below. Thank you! High School: 716-388-6365 Intermediate School: 716-290-5745 Primary School: 716-225-4339
Dear Parents and Guardians, The 4th quarter has officially ended and report cards K-12 are now posted to the Schooltool Parent Portal. To view your student's report card, please follow the steps: 1. Go to https://st.edutech.org/pembroke/and log in. Your username is the email address the school has on file for you. 2. Click the little BLUE ARROW next to your child’s name. 3. Select the GRADES TAB. 4. Under VIEW select Marking Period Grades and be sure QTR 4 is selected. 5. Click the Printer Icon. The actual report card that you are used to will pop up in a new window. (Make sure your pop-up blocker does not prevent this window from opening. Check the instructions found here to get past this: goo.gl/S2SFHz) 6. You can choose to Print the report card (blue circle) or Export it (red circle) to save it on your computer. More detailed steps with pictures can be found here: https://bit.ly/2UyaJo8. If you did not receive the welcome email at your registered email address, please call or email Christie Maisano at 585-599-4525 x1999 or firstname.lastname@example.org and it will be resent to the email we have on file for you. Parents who do not have access to a computer may request a paper report card by contacting their school's Guidance Department.
Tonight's commencement ceremonies will be live-streamed on our Pembroke CSD Youtube Channel. We will be going live about 5-10 minutes before the start of each ceremony. Recordings of the livestream will be archived and available for viewing later if you miss any part of the ceremony. You can find our channel by searching Pembroke Central Schools on YouTube or by clicking on this link: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnU0FvMd2DZHlZ6WEjOG4pg We wish each graduating senior warmest congratulations on your graduation and best wishes for your next adventure!
We are excited to kick off our Intermediate School award ceremonies tomorrow starting with Grade 3! We will be live streaming all of the ceremonies on our district YouTube channel. That can be found by either searching Pembroke Central Schools on YouTube or by clicking the link below. We will go live about 10 minutes prior to the start of each ceremony! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnU0FvMd2DZHlZ6WEjOG4pg
Our 6th grade legacy project is complete! Our Intermediate School auditorium has new life! Mrs. McKenrick is very proud of all of the 6th graders who worked on this mural! We hope that whenever you return to the IS in the future, you will remember that this is YOUR mark. Congratulations on a job well done!
Our Intermediate School balcony mural made some big moves yesterday with help from students from all four sixth grade classes! While the kids are remote today, Mrs. McKenrick will add more details and touch up a few spots and then we’re done! We can’t wait for our IS families to see this collaborative art in person during next week’s awards ceremonies!
Congratulations to Ben Scoins, Devon Vaughn, and Ainsley Czechowicz for placing 3rd in the 10th - 12th grade audio category for their piece on Shooting for a Cure! #DragonPride https://www.thebatavian.com/press-release/seven-digies-awarded-among-13-genesee-county-students/566596
This year, the 6th grade class is crazy about chess! The sixth grade team recently hosted the first ever 6th Grade Chess Tournament and 31, 6th graders entered! After two tough days of battling, the champion and runner up were crowned!
Day 2 of our Intermediate School mural project saw students from Mrs. Franks and Mr. Steffans’ classes pitching in! We’re excited to pick back up on Thursday and finish the major components!
6th graders have started work on their lasting legacy at the Intermediate School: a new mural in the auditorium balcony. After Student Council identified the need to spruce up our auditorium, they ran a contest in which all students could submit a design. The winning design was created by 6th graders Taylor Fancher and Allie Stringham. Taylor and Allie worked closely with Mrs. McKenrick to adjust the design to fit the auditorium space and style. 6th graders from Mr. Brown and Mrs. Puinno and Mrs. O’Connells’ classes got started on some of the background painting and outlining today. Can you tell what it’s going to be? Check back all week for updates to our mural project!
The Studio Art classes celebrated their 10th year of involvement in the Memory Project this school year. Students from 2020 and 2021 Studio Art classes came together in the High School Library/Media Center yesterday to watch the the delivery of their portraits to children in Nigeria and Afghanistan! The Memory Project is an initiative in which art students create portraits for children and teens around the world who have been orphaned, neglected, or disadvantaged. Given that kids in such situations usually have very few personal keepsakes, the purpose of the portraits is to provide them with a special memory of their youth and to help honor their self-identity. This project also allows our art students the opportunity to practice kindness, empathy, and service to others. https://vimeo.com/394506259/32282518f4 https://vimeo.com/545154679/f4a9fde051