The Chamber of Commerce of the Tonawandas celebrated the North Tonawanda City School District for making a difference in the lives of those in the community.
School Superintendent Gregory J. Woytila and Board of Education President Matthew Kennedy represented the district when it was honored at a Chamber of Commerce meeting for the school district’s achievements. Mr. Woytila had this to say about the award, “We are greatly honored and happy for this recognition. In addition to being a one to one iPad district, we have been recognized by WOZ Ed for being a STEAM school for K-12. We also take pride in our Arts and Athletic programs that have a wide level of offerings.” Mr. Woytila also noted that the district will be bringing back Community Education this winter to offer to residents. Details will be forthcoming.
North Tonawanda became a school district in 1866 and is currently starting its 156th year. They employ over 750 people and service over 3,100 students in six school buildings.
(LtoR) Matthew Kennedy (NTCSD Board of Education President), Sarah Nelson (Director of the Chamber of Commerce of the Tonawandas) and Gregory J. Woytila (Superintendent of NTSCD)