Florence Brasser Elementary School

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    Welcome to the Florence Brasser School Website


    Brasser Elementary welcomes the family–school partnership:


    • We look forward to working with you and your child in learning.  How will you learn togetheralongside your child to support their education? 
    • We look forward to working with families in providing opportunities for meaningful feedback and input in assisting our school.  How will you support your child and school in leading togetherwith us in making Florence Brasser the best school possible? 
    • We look forward to celebrating great accomplishments together.  How will you work with us in supporting your child’s academic achievementgrowth?

     November, 2020

    We thank you for making school a priority in your family’s life during these difficult times! The children have been amazing, and we are very impressed by their behavior thus far. We are very fortunate to have such wonderful families and students as a part of our Florence Brasser Community. Please feel free to contact us to share, celebrate, or raise awareness about items that matter to you that concern school-wide practices. We continuously support students in a positive light by using the Brasser Way: Compassion, Respect, Responsibility, and Hard work.We look forward to sustaining this positive energy here at Brasser throughout the school year.

    November brings Thanksgiving break….. we want to personally thank a great staff of individuals who we get to work with every day, great kids who are responsible and care about their education, and parents who are supportive of their child’s education at Brasser. 

    Thanks for sending the very best children to Brasser School every day whether to our building or virtual! Wishing you the best!




    Timothy Young        



    Rebecca Scott      

    Assistant Principal




Spotlight News

  • Enrollment Change form open until Dec. 11 at noon

    Any families of students in grades K-12 requesting a change must complete the Enrollment Change Form to confirm their choice of learning model for the second semester. If you are not requesting a change of instruction model but do wish to make a change to your child’s transportation arrangements, please complete the form. If you do not need to make any changes, you do not need to complete the form.

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  • Track positive cases with the NYS COVID-19 Report Card

    COVID-19 positive data reported on this site includes students and staff in the district. These cases have been validated by Monroe County Health Department.

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  • Complete a consent form for student COVID-19 testing

    In the event of a move to the orange or red zones, the district must test 100% of in-person learners to be able to reopen to in-person instruction. Without this consent, we cannot test and therefore, would be required to remain fully remote if in the orange or red zones. We ask families to complete a consent form for each in-person learner in their household.

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  • GCCSD under NYS Micro-Cluster Yellow Zone Designation, must begin testing students and staff

    Gates Chili is one many districts in Monroe County, that must begin to randomly test 20% of all hybrid in-person staff and students in order to continue in-person instruction. We estimate the district will need to test approximately 500 staff and students each week while we are under the yellow zone designation.

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  • WANTED: Budget Ambassadors for 2021-22 school budget

    Ambassadors will review the preliminary 2021-22 budget as developed by the administration within parameters established by the Board of Education, and recommend to the BOE any modifications they would like to see.

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  • Seniors break for the most important meal of the day

    With face masks and costume masks galore, the annual event moved outdoors to the GCHS parking lot on Oct. 29. Dozens of seniors arrived as early as 6:15 a.m. to show off epic costumes for a costume contest, eat breakfast served on the Spartan Eats bus, stay warm by fire pits and make memories as a class. It was the first time this year they've been able to gather as a class.

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  • Keeping remote learners engaged

    For these 22 classes of fully-remote students in grades K-5, learning goes beyond the computer screen. Students are also having the chance to take part in hands-on learning.

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