General Brown Central School District

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"The Mission of the General Brown Central School District is to prepare and inspire each student to meet future challenges"

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7th grade students were visited by an engineer on September 22nd & 23rd.  Follow the link above for pictures and more information.
Wendy Johnson from the class of '88 shares her experiences since graduating from General Brown.  Click the link above to read her story.
Four recent General Brown graduates will be suiting up for Red and Black football this year.  Click the link above to learn more.
On Friday, June 17th students from Brownville-Glen Park and Dexter elementary celebrated the end of the school year.  Obstacle courses, bounce houses, and a dunking booth were just a few of the activities.  Click the link above to see photos of the event.
Fifty-seven seniors from the class of 2016 were honored for their academic and extracurricular achievements during Senior Awards Night on June 16, 2016. Award categories included academic, military, community, athletic, and State of New York awards. Over $98,000 in scholarship monies were awarded during this event.
Thank you to Renzi Food Service for awarding the General Brown Central School District a certificate for $150 in supplies and equipment.
4th Graders from Dexter and Brownville-Glen Park Elementary visited Stone Mills to learn about life in the 1800's.
Members of the 10th Mountain Division Band visited students at General Brown Junior-Senior High School to work on marching techniques and music. 
Dexter Elementary hosted the annual Senior Citizen's Brunch on May 6th.  Approximately 60 attendees enjoyed a great mean and a performance by Dexter Elementary students.
Students at Dexter Elementary recently competed with two other schools in a spaghetti and marshmallow project.  Click the link above to learn more.
Visit for fun ways to make math part of your family's daily routine.  This is a great way to get your child excited about math.  You can also check out their free app for convenient daily math problems.


  • Tuesday, October 25, 2016
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  • Mad City Money

    Mad City Money is coming to General Brown! The 8th grade students will have the opportunity to participate in Mad City Money on Friday, October 28th, 2016 from 11:30-2:30.

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  • Listen NNY

    7NEWS, Fox 28 & MeTV in collaboration with AAMCO Transmission is launching an exciting new program for students in grades 7-12. #ListenNNY asks students to write their own commercials about serious questions they deal with in their everyday lives. They give students 3 prompt questions for scripts. Scripts can be written by a single student or a group of students.  Check out the video, read more information here, and register today with this Registration Form.

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    Please click on the above link for an important message from Superintendent Morrison.

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  • Schooltool Parent Portal InformationSchooltool
    The Parent Portal is now operational.
    If you would like to register for the portal, please Click Here for an application.  Forms are also available in each main office. Completed forms should be submitted to your child's school's main office.
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  • JCC Nursing Degree

    JCC will be holding a nursing degree information session for prospective students on Tuesday, October 18th at 4:00 pm in the David Gregor Building, room 5-201. Attendees will learn about prerequisite coursework, admission requirements, the college application process, and financial aid.

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  • Al Vernacchio

    Planned Parenthood of the North Country New York and the North Country Prenatal Perinatal Council are thrilled to bring you an evening with Al Vernacchio. Al Vernacchio is a nationally recognized expert in adolescent sexual health and education. He is famous for his “Ted Talk” and has been recognized as GLSEN’s Educator of the Year. The evening is appropriate for adults and teens. This event takes place on Friday, November 18 from 4:30-6:30 at the Jefferson Community College Amphitheater. $25 gor the general public or $10 with a student ID. Click here for more information.

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  • Backpack Program

    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

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  • Yearbook

    The 2017 LION yearbook will be on sale Tuesday, October 11, through Tuesday, November 22. Student edition is $35 while senior edition with personalization is $40. The purchase can be made in the main office or during lunch periods. Checks are to be made payable to GBHS - Yearbook 2017.  More information here.

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  • PSAT Testing

    The PSAT for 11th grade students is scheduled on October 19th. Students are encouraged to sign up in the guidance office. A $15.00 fee is required when the student signs up. A study guide is included in the fee.

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