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.
Precipitation, wind, clouds and wild weather were in the forecast at Dennis M. Kenney Middle School during a meteorology lesson from TV weatherman Jim Teske.
Hannibal fifth-graders put their classroom learning to the test as they discussed the weather and peppered the meteorologist with questions about his job. The students learned about barometric pressure, precipitation, temperature, air masses ... more >>
As the holiday season approaches, members of the Hannibal Central School District community are once again rallying their efforts for those in need.
The giving spirit kicked off recently with the annual Christmas Bureau Carnival at Dennis M. Kenney Middle School. Students, staff, business owners and community members volunteered their time and donated goods and services. Dozens of baskets, some ... more >>
The Hannibal High School chapter of the National Honor Society doubled in size recently as 17 new members were inducted into the prestigious organization.
Inductees were celebrated by an audience of their peers, teachers and family members who gathered in the Lockwood Auditorium for the ceremony welcoming them into the Sadie Adamy chapter of NHS.
“It’s a true privilege to be their ... more >>
The “Woodsy Walk” in the Hannibal Central School District received a facelift this fall as part of a local Eagle Scout project.
Brandon Grow developed the project and, with the help of Scouts in Hannibal Troop 780, the walking trail between the high school and elementary school was cleaned and mulched. The troop also created new signage, fixed broken benches and worked throughout the ... more >>
Students in the Life Skills classes at Dennis M. Kenney Middle School and Hannibal High School recently enjoyed a Thanksgiving feast together.
Over a dozen students learned several math, literacy, collaboration and social skills during the preparation of the traditional holiday meal. The DMK students worked with their teachers to read recipes, measure ingredients and cook squash, mashed ... more >>