General Brown Central School District

A Tradition in Fine Education


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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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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.
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  • Friday, July 29, 2016
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  • Graduation Stoles
    Seniors who earn a seventh semester average of 90.0 or above have the privilege of wearing a yellow honor cord at the graduation ceremonies, which occurred this year.
    Over the past few years, the National Honor Society has purchased stoles for each National Honor Society graduate to wear at the commencement ceremonies, which were then to be returned after graduation. Unknown to the advisors, all of the stoles were not returned last year. This year, there were an insufficient number of stoles for the graduates to wear at graduation; therefore, the stoles were not worn. Unfortunately, it was too late to order additional stoles this year.
    A plan has been put into place for the National Honor Society advisors to replenish the number of stoles needed for graduation on a yearly basis prior to the graduation ceremonies. The advisors will also work with the class advisors to ensure that this happens.

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  • Report Cards

    Report cards were mailed to parents/guardians of General Brown Junior-Senior High School students on Thursday, June 30, 2016.  If you have not yet received your child's report card, please call Ms. Miner at 315-779-2300 extension one, option one.

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  • Important Information About Brownville Drinking Water
    June 2016

    Town of Brownville Water Advisory

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  • Junior High School Supply List

    Click Here for the Junior High School Supply list for the 2016-2017 school year.

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  • **2015 Property Tax Freeze Rebate Check**

    General Brown CSD taxpayers were eligible for a tax freeze rebate check in 2015 because the District met the following criteria:

    1) The tax levy increase for 2015-2016 was below the tax levy cap.

    2) The District submitted a Government Efficiency Plan, which detailed our operational efficiencies.

    If you have not received your rebate check yet, please call the NYS Office of Real Property at 1-518-453-8146  

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  • New Vaccine Requirement for 2016-2017 School Year

    Starting the 2016-2017 School year all students entering 7th and 12th grades must have the meningococcal Vaccine.

    More information is availabe Here

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  •  Vaccination Requirements

    The NYS Education Department and Department of Health have issued a joint memo to remind School Districts of Public Law 2164, governing vaccination requirements surrounding children's admission into school.  For the full memo, click here.

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  • Register for Website Updates
    Please click here to access the General Brown Central School District Website Registration/Subscription Guide. This guide provides information regarding how to receive notifications when selected portions of the District website have been updated.
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  • Central Registration
    The General Brown Central School District now has central registration. If you wish to register a student in one of the District's three schools, please visit the General Brown Central School District Office at 17643 Cemetery Road, Dexter, New York.

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