Due to Parent/Teacher Conferences all students will be dismissed early on Thursday, November 15th, and Friday, November 16th.
The High School will dismiss students at 10:00 am on both days. The elementary buildings will release students at 11:15 am on both days.
Taxpayers can go online and print a copy of their tax bill. 2018 School tax Bills will be available September 1st 2018. Taxpayers will also be able to check their payment status. The payment status is updated within 24-48 hours of the payment made.
The General Brown Central School District is proud to announce that seven of our faculty members were awarded tenure at the June 11th Board of Education meeting. Congratulations to the following faculty members.
Hannah Cottrell – Family & Consumer Science
Lindsey Davis - Music
Stephanie Doney – Special Education
Stephanie Karandy – Spanish 7-12
Alicia Kiechle - Reading
Carrie LaSage – Library Media Specialist
Julia Russell – 6th Grade
The General Brown Central School District, together with the Alliance for Better Communities, hosted an important event, Information Session: Supporting Families and Youth through Prevention, on Wednesday, May 16, 2018. Click Here to view a video of the presentation.
All three buildings have had their water tested again in October 2017 and cleared with all locations testing below 15 parts per billion . Click Here to view all of the results.
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.
2017 School Tax bills are available to the public.
General Brown has two files listed with tax information. Once you have opened the file hold "Ctrl" & "F" on your keyboard to bring up the search function. When the search bar appears type in the last name or the parcel number. Be sure to search both files to find your tax bill.