David J. Doyle Kendall Jr/Sr High School
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Reminder:
There will be no school for students Monday, December 22, 2014 through Friday, January 2, 2015 due to the Holiday Recess Classes will resume on Monday, January 5, 2015.

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The Second Annual Alumni Basketball Games:
  • When - Saturday, December 27, 2014
  • Where - Kendall Central High School Gym
  • What Time - Girls game begins at 5 p.m. Boys game begins at 6:30 p.m.
  • Admission - $2 at the door
  • Player Cost - The cost will be $10 per player. This will include a T-shirt and entrance fee.
*** Players will have to sign a waiver of liability form
*** There will be a shootout at the half time of each contest
***This game is reserved forKendall Central School graduates only
***Any questions please email Jeff Parizek or Justin Laureano


2014 November Students of the Month

Back (l/r) Victoria (Tori) Weed, Anna Oakley, Jessica Hofer, Allen Tonas
Front (l/r) Autumn Steffen, Blacey Bakutis


2014-2015 Kendall Jr. / Sr. High Oratorical Contest
Once again this year Kendall Students competed in the American Legion Oratorical contest. “The purpose of the contest is to develop a deeper knowledge and appreciation of the Constitution of the United States on part of high school students. Other objectives of the contest include the development of leadership qualities, the ability to think and speak clearly and intelligently, and the preparation for acceptance of the duties and responsibilities, the rights and privileges of American citizenship.” (American Legion)

Students must give an 8-10 minute speech on some portion of the constitution focusing on the duties and responsibilities of citizens. This has been made a course requirement for AP US History students at Kendall. However, other students are able and do enter the contest. Students who win at the class level move on to compete at the building level. Winners of the building level receive cash prizes of one hundred, seventy-five and fifty dollars relative to their score.

In preparation students completed a Constitution case study and were tasked with conducting research outside of class. Students worked with the classroom teacher to create meaningful and powerful speeches.

Members of the American Legion were very impressed with our students performance at the building level. On more than one occasion Legionaries could be heard complementing students, teachers and administrators on the quality and skill of students at Kendall.

Our winners will move on to compete at Albion Middle School on December 13th.
Places were as follows:
1st: Abby Rice
2nd: Haley Menze
3rd: Marisa Hanlon


Back Row (l/r): Mrs. D'Agostino, Gary DeFrank, Chuck Eberhardt, Ryan D'Andrea, Urb Bennett,
Sharon Bennett, John Heise, Al Pulcino, Andrea Newman, Michelle Goudreau, Mr. Petrosino
Front Row (l/r): Abby Rice, Haley Menze, Evan Gaesser, Marisa Hanlon, Julia Smith, Rose Pajek, Alayna VanderVeer



Mrs. D'Agostino, Chuck Eberhardt, Mr. Petrosino,
Abby Rice, Haley Menze, Marisa Hanlon,



Leo Club Collection for Ronald McDonald House
by Marlene Magliocco, High School English Teacher
From mid-September through mid-October the Leo's Club collected paper products, canned foods and other necessary household items for the Ronald McDonald House, which provides “a home away from home” for families whose children need medical care. We were able to collect over five boxes worth of supplies from our 65 members. As a Kendall community, we are so blessed to have such caring young people.


Leo's Club with some of their donations on display


Kendall Jr./Sr. High School AIS Plan; 2013-2016 (State Expectations)
This Academic Intervention Services (AIS) Compliance Plan has been written to address a New York state Education Department requirement. Section 100.2 of the Part 100 of the Commissioner's Regulations requires that each public school district provide academic intervention services to students who score below the State designated performance level on State assessments and, who are a risk of not achieving the state learning standards. These services are required only in areas where there are State assessments, i.e. English language arts and mathematics in grades K-12 and social studies and science in grades 4 – 12. Read the { Kendall Jr./Sr. High School Academic Intervention Services Plan}



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