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.
Hannibal High School senior Mackenzie Stevens recently received a financial boost for college, thanks to the Shirley Chillson Cianfarano Scholarship (sponsored by the Alumni Association).
The annual scholarship serves as a tribute to Cianfarano, a longtime guidance secretary in the Hannibal Central School District who left a lasting impact on the community. Upon her passing, family and friends ... more >>
A learning collaboration between elementary and middle school students in the Hannibal Central School District recently culminated in a combined reading activity.
Seventh-graders in Emily Glasser’s family and consumer sciences course studied childcare and development by participating in a variety of classroom activities. Through several hands-on and simulated demonstrations, the middle ... more >>
Fairley Elementary students got into the holiday spirit during the school’s annual Holiday Craft Night. Students in grades pre-kindergarten through four made reindeer hats, snowmen face frames, ornaments decorated with glitter, snowflakes out of coffee filters, and reindeer and Christmas trees out of pizza slice trays. They also danced to holiday tunes with Fairley staff members and Principal ... more >>
Hannibal Central School District students have become shining stars in the district’s many music programs.
Dennis M. Kenney Middle School eighth-graders Adam Catherman and Nathan Huff are among the best middle school singers in the state. Catherman, a tenor, sang “Where is Love?” and Huff, a bass, sang “Who Will Buy?” from the musical, “Oliver” as their ... more >>
Science, Technology, Engineering and Math aren’t the only skills learned at Dennis M. Kenney Middle School’s new STEM Club.
The club also helps students in grades five through eight foster soft skills such as communication, problem-solving, research and adaptability in a fun learning environment. Facilitated by Teachers Meg Daley and Nikki Newidomy, the club seeks to enhance ... more >>