Lockport City School District

March 2021 Points of Pride from Superintendent Bradley

National School Breakfast Week

The week of March 8, 2021 was National School Breakfast Week (NSBW). This annual celebration raises awareness and highlights the significant impact school breakfast has on a student's ability to succeed. The NSBW campaign theme, “Score Big with School Breakfast,” reminds the entire school community that school breakfast provides a healthy and energizing start to the day for students.


The Lockport City School District offers breakfast to all students at no charge through the Community Eligibility Provision program. The breakfast program is provided through Aramark Food Services and features hot breakfast sandwiches, cereal, fresh fruit, milk, and juice.

March is Women's History Month

March 8th was International Women's Day (IWD), a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. The 2021 theme is "Choose to Challenge". The Special Education Department is raising their hands high to commit to choose to challenge and call out inequality. "Not everything that is faced can be changed; but nothing can be changed until it is faced." -James Baldwin

National Technical Honor Society Inductees

Congratulations to eleven Lockport High School students who attend the Niagara Career and Technical Education Center (NCTEC) and the Orleans Career and Technical Education Center (OCTEC). They were recently inducted into the National Technical Honor Society.


Out of all the high school students in the United States, the National Technical Honor Society students who receive this honor comprise 1.6 percent of that population. They represent the four pillars of the National Technical Honor Society: scholarship, leadership, service and character. The students have to maintain an 89.5 grade average in their career and technical education programs and an 84.5 average at their high schools, have superior attendance, exemplary behavior, be a member in good standing with SkillsUSA and have a recommendation from a faculty member.


Congratulations go to: Sarah Rundle who attends the Emergency Medical Services program (NCTEC), Leigha Little who is in the HVAC program (NCTEC), Liana Williams who is in the Cosmetology program (OCTEC), Debora Thompson who is in the Culinary Arts program (OCTEC), Erik Artieri who attends the Security and Law Enforcement program (OCTEC), Layliani Myles who is in the Health Occupations Technician program (OCTEC), Karli-Rae Kamera who attends the Security and Law Enforcement program (OCTEC), Morgan Kinzie who is in the Early Childhood Education program (OCTEC), Justice Johnson who is in the Welding program (OCTEC), Mya Goodwin who is in the Cosmetology program (OCTEC) and Kimberly Hass who attends the Building Trades program (OCTEC).

March is Music in our Schools Month

North Park Junior High School (NPJHS) students celebrated “Music in Our Schools Month” (MIOSM). Our performance ensembles continue to prepare for spring virtual performances, including the district-wide MIOSM concert. The Drama Club began musical preparations for "High School Musical JR". NPJHS began each day in March with a school-wide announcement about an interesting piece of music history. In general music classes, students learned about the elements of music and how they work together to create the music we love.
Students playing instruments virtually

Winter Athletic Accomplishments

Congratulations to Andrew Hildreth, Jack Marso, and Jacob Schnure for the selection and designation as National Interscholastic Swim Coaches Association (NISCA) Academic All American for 2020-2021. This is a true testament to their hard work in and out of the pool over the past four years. Best of luck to Andrew, Jack, and Jacob in their future endeavors.

Hygiene Drive

Student Council members at Roy B. Kelley Elementary School hosted a hygiene drive. Students collaborated with one another, made announcements, and created posters to promote their community service project. There has been an overwhelming response from the students and their families. Items collected will be available for families in need at Roy B. Kelley Elementary School.

March Learning in Our Schools