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Celebrating the Christmas Season at Annunciation School

Celebrating the Christmas Season at Annunciation School

Students at Annunciation School in Elma are full of the Christmas spirit. Events this week have included a Holiday Fiesta Lunch, students performing a play about the real meaning of Christmas during morning Mass, a visit from Santa Claus and much more!

On behalf of all the students, teachers and staff, Merry Christmas and happy holidays to all, and best wishes for a Happy New Year!

Students Set Up Holiday Light Show Extravaganza at Ormsby Educational Center

Students Set Up Holiday Light Show Extravaganza at Ormsby Educational Center

EAST AURORA, N.Y. - Area students enrolled at the Erie 2-Chautauqua-Cattaraugus BOCES Ormsby Educational Center have set up a holiday light show extravaganza on campus that will be on display every night from 6 to 10 p.m. beginning Thursday, Dec. 16 and ending Monday, Dec. 27.

The light show consists of approximately 2,000 lights forming a variety of shapes and designs that will flash in coordination with holiday songs, making the Ormsby Center a necessary stop for families as they drive around the area to view holiday light and decoration displays.

Annunciation School Hosts Annual Christmas Program

Annunciation School Hosts Annual Christmas Program

Pre-K through eighth grade students from Annunciation School in Elma presented their annual Christmas program in Annunciation Church on December 16. The school is located at 7580 Clinton St.

Annunciation School currently serves the following districts: Alden, Alexander, Attica, East Aurora, Cheektowaga, Depew, Iroquois, Lancaster, Orchard Park and West Seneca. For more information or to arrange a tour of the school, please call 681-1327 or visit www.annunciationschoolelma.com.

Annunciation School “touches hearts, teaches minds and transforms lives!”

Christmas Program to Feature Annunciation School Students

Christmas Program to Feature Annunciation School Students

Annunciation Church, 7580 Clinton St., Elma, will host its annual Christmas program beginning at 7 p.m. Thursday, December 16. Performed by students from Annunciation School, the event is open to the public.

 Offering academic programs for students in Pre-K through Grade 8, Annunciation currently serves the following school districts: Alden, Alexander, Attica, East Aurora, Cheektowaga, Depew, Iroquois, Lancaster, Orchard Park and West Seneca. For more information or to arrange a tour of the school, please call 681-1327 or visit www.annunciationschoolelma.com.

Annunciation Students Donate 906 Pounds of Food to Food Bank of WNY

Annunciation Students Donate 906 Pounds of Food to Food Bank of WNY

The spirit of giving was truly evident Wednesday as students and parents from Annunciation School in Elma delivered 906 pounds of food to the Food Bank of WNY! Special thanks to the local community for their contributions as well.

Offering academic programs for students in Pre-K3 through Grade 8, Annunciation currently serves the following school districts: Iroquois, Lancaster, Alden, East Aurora, West Seneca, Depew, Cheektowaga, Orchard Park, Alexander and Attica. For more information or to arrange a tour of the school, located at 7580 Clinton St., please call 681-1327. 

Annunciation School “touches hearts, teaches minds and transforms lives!” 

Local High School Coaches Become Certified in Concussion Reduction Training

Local High School Coaches Become Certified in Concussion Reduction Training

Coaches from West Seneca East Senior High School are the first from a Western New York school to become certified in Primordial Strength Inc.’s Concussion Reduction Basic Neck Training as part of their football strength training certification, according to Primordial President Steven Helmicki. Concussion certification and explosive power endurance certification is available for all sports and can be taught in your school.

Girls' Varsity Hockey Comes to Western New York

Girls' Varsity Hockey Comes to Western New York

The organizers of the brand new Western New York Girls Varsity Ice Hockey Federation would like to thank everybody in the community who supported the league for their tireless hard work over the last few years. They expressed special thanks to the school boards, superintendents and athletic directors of the participating schools for their contributions.

The puck was dropped for the league's inaugural game between Williamsville and Monsignor Martin on Wednesday.

The participating districts are: Williamsville, Monsignor Martin, Kenmore, Amherst/Sweet Home, Orchard Park/Frontier, West Seneca and Lancaster.

For a complete game schedule, visit the Western New York Girls Varsity Ice Hockey Federation website.