September 28, 2020
All children through age 18 residing in the Gowanda Central School District may receive FREE weekly Grab-and-Go meals. The waiver has been extended until December 31, 2020. (Please refer to the flier below for more details including time and location … Continued
September 23, 2020
Please tune in Wednesday, Sept. 30, 2020, at 5:30 p.m. for a Facebook LIVE question-and-answer session with Dr. Robert B. Anderson, superintendent of Gowanda Central School District. Find our Facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/gowandacentralschool/ or by searching for @gowandacentralschool.
September 8, 2020
Click here to complete Gowanda Central School District’s COVID-19 DAILY HEALTH-SCREENING FORM. Parents/guardians use this to self assess students prior to leaving for school.
July 8, 2020
The replacement of Panther Bridge at the Gowanda Central School District is expected to continue through Summer 2020. Anticipated re-opening is approximately mid-September 2020. The district appreciates the community’s patience amid the construction.
School Tax Information can be found on the Business Office page under Departments.
Please visit the Health Office page for up-to-date information on immunization requirements.
Our Mission is to engage students in learning through the development and use of communication, collaboration, creativity and critical thinking.
Our Vision is to create a student centered, collaborative environment that prepares all students for the 21st century through an engaging and goal oriented learning environment.
Student life at Gowanda centers around Panther pride. Our boys and girls sports teams draw crowds of students and community members alike.
Technology is a tool that Gowanda uses to enhance our students’ educational experiences. It aides in personalizing our students’ learning and instruction while providing efficient feedback to students and teachers to increase understanding. Students experience greater independence by having access to content from anywhere to uncover knowledge, but they also gain interdependence by developing understandings through shared activities and collaborative tasks.
The Gowanda Music program offers band and chorus starting at the elementary level. Our students participate in All-state and All-county programs and in musicals, plays, and concerts.
Gowanda's comprehensive K-12 Visual Arts program helps prepare our students to navigate through and create in an increasingly visual society. Students develop creative problem solving skills in collaborative studio environments. Student artwork and design is featured throughout our facilities and the community.
The District is organized along a PK-12 plan with approximately 1100 students distributed equally in our PK-4 Elementary School, 5-8 Middle School and 9-12 High School. We maintain two educational campuses and one athletic facility. Our campuses are situated in the Town of Perrysburg and the Village of Gowanda. The District spans portions of the Townships of Collins, North Collins, Hanover, Persia, Perrysburg and Dayton and the Cattaraugus Territory.
Our educational program is comprehensive and includes the core curriculum, performing arts, technology, home & careers, interscholastic athletics, student clubs and extra-curricular activities. Teachers, staff and students utilize up-to-date learning and office technology. Distance learning opportunities are also available to our students via live video broadcasting. The District also operates a public television station that broadcasts public hearings, Board of Education meetings and athletic events.
Vocational and special education services are provided in part by the Erie II-Chautauqua- Cattaraugus Board of Cooperative Educational Services. The District also offers a full-range of special education programs for special needs students in all three buildings.
COVID-19 DAILY HEALTH-SCREENING FORM
Copy & paste this link to complete Gowanda CSD's COVID-19 DAILY HEALTH-SCREENING FORM: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1E3a-Ahc4umHo4XXVL-qhh3Mbmqn7iYKH9XBDHnnNwjE/edit Parents/guardians use this to self assess students prior to leaving for school.