Our students come first! We are dedicated to maximizing the potential of each individual student. Our educational programs and experiences are purposefully designed to position our students for success. With the support of parents, faculty, staff, administration, community members and the Board of Education, each student will become a confident, responsible and proud graduate of The Hannibal Central School District.
The Hannibal School Alumni Association recently awarded the 2015 Shirley Chillson Cianfarano Scholarship to Kristen D'Angelo, who graduated in June.
Cianfarano was a life resident of Hannibal and worked in the school district for more than 30 years. Upon her passing, family and friends created a scholarship in her name, which is given annually to a student who exhibits good character and ... more >>
Fairley Elementary School students kicked-off their ceramics unit in art class with a recent presentation on pottery making from Mark and Cathy Lukacs, owners of Lukacs Studios Pottery in Sodus Point.
The Lukacs spent three days at the school teaching students in kindergarten through fourth-grade how to work with clay on a pottery wheel to create household items, such as bowls and coffee mugs. ... more >>
With a spring trip to Spain right around the corner, the Hannibal High School Spanish Club has kicked its fundraising efforts into high gear, as an evening of family entertainment is set to benefit the club in late January.
The Cole All-Star Circus will come to the Fairley Elementary School gymnasium at 7 p.m. Jan. 29. Jugglers, trapeze artists, unicyclists, performing dogs, balancers, comedians ... more >>
Teachers, staff and students at Hannibal High School recently volunteered an afternoon of their time after school to organize and pack toy and food donations boxes for local families in need.
Classrooms and hallways were filled with buzz at the high school as students sorted through canned foods, cereal boxes, Barbie dolls, board games and more. Altogether, the school and community generously ... more >>
Fifth and sixth-grade students from Dennis M. Kenney Middle School performed a full lineup of songs during a recent holiday concert.
An audience of family members, peers and teachers filled the Lockwood Auditorium nearly to capacity for the Dec. 16 performance. Although the overarching theme focused on traditional holiday songs, a performance of “Blue Christmas” brought the crowd to ... more >>