Coming up in Cadet Chronicles: Students in Mrs. Volkmar's class had a jam session with Dr. Kosiorek and Hilton's Assistant Superintendents! Mrs. Volkmar broke down various chord progressions and the harmonization of percussive and string instruments before performing "The Lion Sleeps Tonight" and "Best Day of My Life" together!
about 2 months ago, Amanda Dedie
A classroom of performers
Kids playing rattle sticks
Kids playing boomwhackers
Kids and teachers playing ukelele
Kids playing tambourine
Kids playing the glockenspiel and bongos
A teacher strumming a ukelele
A student showing the superintendent how to strum a chord
A teacher strumming a ukelele
Kids in a classroom performing
Do you know a junior or senior who needs some help making her prom dreams come true? Fairy Godmothers of Rochester will be holding Prom Fair '24 at Marketplace Mall through Mar. Students with financial need can pick out a dress for just $5 & accessories for $1!
about 2 months ago, Hilton Central School District
Prom Fair Saturday's through March at Marketplace Mall 4-7 p.m.
Senior Billy Spear will be performing as principal trumpet in Hanson Symphony No. 2 with the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra this Sunday, 3/3 at 3 p.m. in Kodak Hall. Tickets are $15 for adults, $5 for students, & can be purchased at
about 2 months ago, Hilton Central School District
William Spear
Welcome to our newest staff! #Welcoming #Affirming #CadetProud
2 months ago, Hilton Central School District
We are Cadet Nation Joseph Schottmiller Building Substitute Village ES Katie Kunkle Social Worker Merton Williams MS Jeffrey Packard Microcomputer Maintenance Technician Technology Dept. Stephanie Nielsen Bus Driver Transportation Dept. Allison LaFranca Building Substitute Northwood ES
Did you know that Hilton buses transport over 4,000 students daily & drive 1.3 million miles per year? We are so grateful to our drivers, mechanics & office staff who see that our students arrive at school & home safely every school day. #LovetheBus #SchoolBusSafety
about 2 months ago, Hilton Central School District
Front of school bus with staff photos
What does Angela Williams' colleagues have to say about Angela? "Angela is always willing to jump in and help when needed. She takes initiative without being asked and is always welcoming and affirming students and co-workers. She is a huge asset to the HCSD." Great work!
2 months ago, Amanda Dedie
Angela Williams
High School students had a friendly competition of rock, paper, scissors last Friday during lunch. Participants each received a penny during round one. The winners of that round got the other person’s penny and so on. The person who ended up with the most pennies (and therefore won the most rounds) was the winner! Winners received candy and Cadet swag as prizes. Principal Dr. Jeff Green led the game, along with a karaoke competition earlier this year, as a way to make lunchtime fun and welcoming for students.
2 months ago, Hilton Central School District
Winners holding certificates
Two boys playing rock, paper scissors
Two girls playing rock, paper, scissors
Assistant Principal LeGault and students playing rock, paper, scissors
Last two students competing
Three cheers for the Hilton Varsity Cheerleading team on winning the Section V Class A championship on Saturday! The Cadets will compete in the NYSPHSAA Championship Tournament on March 2 at Veterans Memorial Arena in Binghamton. #GoCadets
2 months ago, Hilton Central School District
Cheerleader group photo
Today, the Black Student Union at Hilton High School celebrated Black History Month with a special breakfast, decorations, and fellowship. The group is led by Kaleem Mogent, school counselor. #BlackHistory
2 months ago, Hilton Central School District
Students with Black Student Union t-shirts
3 students seated at table
3 students at table
I am Black History sign
Thank you to everyone who attended last night's 5 Buy Five Charity Art Show! Your generosity will benefit the Cadet Cupboard & Hilton-Parma Emergency Food Shelf ❤️
2 months ago, Hilton Central School District
Girl and boy in front of artwork
woman looking at artwork
Students enjoying refreshments
Mother and son filling out form
girl putting dot on artwork
girl taking picture of artwork
boy in front of artwork
"Rick is welcoming to every student & staff member, always there with a "Hello! Can I help you?" People feel comfortable approaching him with their concerns & consider him a trusted adult. Students stop in to just say hi & tell them about their day!" Thanks for all you do, Rick!
2 months ago, Amanda Dedie
Rick Esposito
The 5 Buy Five Charity Art Show returns this Thurs., 2/15 from 5-6:30 pm at Merton Williams MS. 5x5" artwork by 8th-grade students will be available for purchase for only $5 each. Proceeds benefit the Hilton Cadet Cupboard & Hilton-Parma Emergency Food Shelf.
2 months ago, Hilton Central School District
5 Buy Five poster
On Friday, Hilton High School held a very successful Career Fair for juniors and seniors who do not plan on attending college. Students could talk to and gather information from representatives from local government, manufacturing, cosmetology, welding, the building trades, transportation, pest control, and the military. Many thanks to the businesses and organizations who participated and to Steve Randall, technology teacher, for organizing the event!
2 months ago, Hilton Central School District
Students with Optimax rep
Students holding flag shirts
Students in front of DDS table
Students with Campus Construction rep
"Kathy is an amazing teacher, friend & colleague. She helps each of her students flourish as individuals & together as a class. Kathy meets her students at their level & works with their strengths. She is always willing ensure her students succeed." Great work, Kathy Kittlinger!
2 months ago, Amanda Dedie
Kathy Kittlinger
Best Buddies is once again selling Equity & Inclusion & Autism Awareness Shirts! Many choices are available. Check them out at & place your order by 2/14. Best Buddies is an HS club with a mission centered around inclusion. Thank you for your support!
3 months ago, Hilton Central School District
Equity & Inclusion Live Here - You Belong #CadetNation
Looking for a quick way to get rid of your empty BOTTLES and CANS after your Super Bowl party? Looking for an easy way to support the HILTON WINTER DRUMLINE? ~ WE CAN HELP WITH BOTH!!!~ Bring your bags of empty bottles and cans to the upper parking lot at the Hilton High School on Monday, February 12th between 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM. Text your address to 585-237-8668 and we will come pick up bags from your porch on Monday, February 12th between 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM. Bring your bags directly to Five Cents Fast at 650 Lake Avenue anytime on Monday -Fridays from 2:00 PM – 6:00 PM or Saturdays 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM. Tell them the donations are for the Hilton Drumline! Place your bags in either of our collection bins any day/time at your convenience. Bins are located in front of Micro Transmissions at 1220 Hilton Parma Corners Road (at the corner of Rt. 18 and Rt. 259) and in front of Pettinari’s Deli, Pizza and Meats at 918 Roosevelt Highway. THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT!
3 months ago, Hilton Central School District
Bottle & Can Drive flyer
Congratulations and thank you to team "Hilton Cadets" for raising $3,410 for Special Olympics New York during yesterday's sunny, but cold Polar Plunge at Ontario Beach Park! Roxanne Root, Village 2nd grade teacher, was team captain. Special Olympics New York provides inclusive opportunities for people with intellectual disabilities, who compete in Olympic-style, coached sports.
3 months ago, Hilton Central School District
Polar Plunge team
It's School Counselor Appreciation Week! Our counselors are invaluable in helping our students navigate the challenges of school, providing insight into future opportunities & offering a compassionate ear during difficult times. Thank you for creating a safe and supportive space for our students! #NSCW24
3 months ago, Hilton Central School District
Thank you school counselors for helping all students succeed
Here's why colleagues love Kayla Reese: "Kayla is constantly checking in on her students' needs and adjusting her day to help them to be at their best. She has created daily check-ins, an affirmation station, and has quiet calm spaces in her classroom for students to work when they need a break. Not only is Kayla welcoming and affirming to her students, but also to her colleagues. She touches base daily to see if there is any way she can help out with anything. Working with Kayla is always a blast!" Way to go!
3 months ago, Amanda Dedie
Kayla Reese
Thank you to Kaleem Mogent, school counselor and advisor, and the Black Student Union for decorating the display case outside of Commons 2 at the High School in celebration of Black History Month, and to Emily Rocca, library media specialist, and the library staff for their efforts to make the library a safe space for all students. By taking the time to learn about the achievements, culture, and history of Black Americans, we expand our perspectives and deepen our understanding of our shared human experience.
3 months ago, Hilton Central School District
Display case with Black History Month photos and info
Display case with Black History Month photos and info
Display case with Black History Month photos and info
Black author book display