Position: ACSD Head Bus Mechanic
I was born and raised in Bradford, NY., where I lived on a farm and had a tremendous amount of chores.....but it's also where I met my beautiful wife Theresa. I now live in my camper at the Bus Garage. I enjoy sitting around the campfire by myself and love living everyday as the last, while also working at Avoca Central School.
My favorite breakfast is sausage gravy and biscuits from the Windmill, and favorite dinner is sushi from the truck stop.
I really enjoy riding trails with my dogs in the BRONCO. I also enjoy saying, 'You can't fix stupid', fixing and rebuilding old broncos. To be honest, all of my spare time is either covered with mud or grease or sitting by a campfire.
Thank you, Mr. Hargrave!
Mr. David Hargrave joined sixth grade to teach a brief history of the flag, share some of his own life history, and encourage students to step outside of their comfort zone. Students were taught the proper way to fold the flag, put the flag up, and take it down with respect. We are so grateful for the opportunity to share in Mr. Hargrave's love of his country and to pass that on to the next generation.
Color Run Fun......Thank you Sports Boosters for making this happen!
Spirit Week was a BLAST!
Homecoming weekend......Good luck Titans!
Student Spotlight.....Congratulations Tae and Everlynn
Friday, September 29 - School Photos
Tuesday, October 3 - Sophomore Career Day
Trivia: How many years was Spud Jug played?
Counseling Corner.....Upcoming College Visits
September 26 - Mansfield University at 11
October 4 - Arnot School of Nursing at 12:40
October 19 - St Bonaventure at 9:30
October 16 - Alfred State at 10
November 7 - SUNY Brockport at 1 pm
Yearbook Ordering....Early Bird Specia!
Senior Photos....Important Information!
Good afternoon Class of 2024 Families,
Senior photos are due to Mrs. Keesey by November 1st. Seniors may submit their photos electronically, by emailing Mrs. Keesey a high-resolution image to email@example.com. They can also be submitted via a thumb-drive, CD, or on a print. (No names printed on the front, and please do not write on the back of the print, as it may bleed.) Students may choose to use the school picture day photo as their senior portrait.
Guidelines for Senior Photos
- Head and Shoulders Shot in Portrait (Vertical) Orientation
- Head Size (from top of the head to chin) should be approximately 1/2 of the image
- Full Color Image
- Attire is school appropriate and meets dress code
- No hats, props, mirror, or special effects
- No soft focus
"The way you speak to yourself matters" - Unknown