Attention Seniors: Scholarship Booklets are now available to pick up in the Guidance Office. They are also available here, on the General Brown Website, Scholarship Booklet, and in electronic form in the Shared Drive under Student-Scholarships. The electronic form must be saved to your personal folder, printed off and turned into the Guidance Office. Make sure you fill out the application completely and turn in the required documents including letters of recommendation. Please contact your guidance counselor if you have any questions.
Completed applications must be turned into the Guidance Office by March 1, 2017 by 3 pm. There will be no exceptions.
The proposition passed with final results as follows:
86 - YES
7 - NO
The General Brown Central School District’s facilities have aged and require repairs and renovation. The Board of Education is proposing a $9.3 million dollar capital project to ensure our facilities are safe and properly maintained. Please click on the following for details of the project and public vote. Project Flyer
The General Brown Central School District is searching for a new Superintendent. Please see the links below for more information.
Superintendent Search Survey
To all community members: Please take a moment to fill out this short survey.
This information is also available on the Jeff-Lewis BOCES Homepage.
Two General Brown students recently received recognition from the New York State School Music Association for their outstanding performances and perfect scores on their solos last spring. Collin Vodicka was selected as a bass alternate, and Meganne Brenon was selected to sing soprano in the Conference All State Chorus on Sunday, December 4th. Meganne will be attending many rigorous rehearsals and performing in the concert this weekend over the course of four days in Rochester NY. Congratulations to our fantastic General Brown Lions!
Recent events in the news have highlighted water conditions in several locations across this country, including areas in our region. During the recent New York State legislation session, a bill was passed specifically pertaining to water testing in school districts. Water testing has been completed in all three buildings and the results have been posted to our website for each building. More information is available here.
Did you know that the backpack program is available at the Jr. Sr. High school? This program is a way to assist families by providing everyday meal items to help when kids are not in school. Backpacks are given out by Friday every week. There are no complicated forms to fill out just a quick phone call or email to Kammy Brown Hanlin and you are all set to go. Need more information? (779-2300 ext. 6925 or email@example.com)
The General Brown Central School District wants to hear from you. We would like to know about your accomplishments since graduating high school, including but not limited to Academics, Art, Music, Athletics, Citizenship, and any other positive life experiences you would like to share. Please send a picture, your name, graduating year, and a short write up documenting your experience. We will review your submission and post it to the school website and Facebook page. This is a great way to stay connected and show the community what being a Lion is all about.
The General Brown Central School District is proud to be one of the recipients of the 2016 DoDEA (Department of Defense Education Act) grants. This $250,000 grant will be used to provide professional development and technology to the staff and students of both Dexter and Brownville-Glen Park Elementary to promote student learning in the area of English Language Arts. The grant period spans until the year 2021. We are both excited and proud to be partnering with DoDEA to provide quality student learning for both our military and non-military dependent students.