The district’s schools opened its doors on Sept. 7, commencing the 2016-17 school year. Students arrived at their respective schools eager to begin the year and embark upon new educational experiences.

This year’s secondary school students will have the chance to take part in an expanded science research program, which now encompasses grades 8-11, as well as two new courses that foster STEM skills. Continuing with the district’s mission to support and encourage all learners, this year also brings the introduction of two new Advanced Placement courses and math labs designed to support students in Algebra II and specific Algebra I classes. Scholars in elementary through high school will continue to benefit from a well-rounded educational program that includes innovative practices inside the classroom as well as enriching after-school clubs and activities.