Kendall Elementary School
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1932 Kendall Road ~ Kendall, NY 14476 ~ (585) 659-8317


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Chores are an important part of growing up. Completing tasks at home teaches life skills and allows children to contribute to the running of the household. Chores also support your child's academic life. As a preschooler, chores give practice with sorting, matching and patterning. Elementary school age children gain a sense of responsibility and organization. They learn that contributing to the completion of household chores gives them a sense of satisfaction. High school children lead busy lives with school, homework and extracurricular activities. Continuing to be responsible for household chores develops time management skills that will benefit their adult life. {read more}


November 20th -Free Clothing Swap
During Parent Teacher conferences the PTSA and the nurse will be holding our annual clothing exchange in the elementary school cafeteria. Please bring any clean clothing of any size (infant to adult) in good condition to the elementary school office labeled for the nurse prior to November 20th. Footwear is also welcome at the clothing exchange as well as coats, boots, hats and mittens. Everyone is welcome to take anything that they can use for their family regardless of whether they donated something or not. Good reason to clean out your closets and drawers and help community members at the same time!!

September 2014 Students of the Month


Response to Intervention (RTI) is the practice of providing high-quality instruction/intervention matched to student needs and using learning rate over time and level of performance to make important educational decisions about an individual student. (NASDSE, 2006) It is a problem solving model in which general education, Title 1, and special education teachers work together to identify and design intervention plans to accelerate the learning of at-risk students. Read the The Kendall Elementary School RTI Model