About the Katonah-Lewisboro School District

The Katonah-Lewisboro School District serves approximately 3,000 students from parts of the Towns of Bedford and Lewisboro as well as portions of the Towns of Pound Ridge and North Salem. The rural nature of these communities affords the district's five schools spacious, beautiful campuses with classrooms that are light, airy, and filled with examples of work that students aspire to do, as well as age-appropriate athletic fields and gardens. 

Katonah-Lewiboro's dedicated and talented teachers are at the heart of the district's excellence. All elementary school classroom teachers are mentored by Teachers College Reading & Writing Project. Seventeen teachers across all schools are participating in the district's first Innovation Grant to develop ways of embodying the Learning Commitment. Recent recognition of educator excellence includes the Excellence in Teaching Award from the Science Teachers Association of New York State, a Microsoft Innovative Educator ( MIE) Expert, and a New York State Master Teacher and Recipient of 2017 Fellows Award from American Association of Physics Teachers.  

A array of nearby museums and parks support and enliven curriculum. Students step into the natural world at local preserves including Ward Pound Ridge Reservation, Onatru Farm Park, and Mountain Lakes Preserve. They experience visual and performing art at cultural institutions including Caramoor Center for Music and the Arts, The Katonah Museum of Art, and the Ridgefield Playhouse.   

Students also benefit from strong community involvement. Each school has a vibrant parent-teacher organizations, while the special education PTA (SEPTA), John Jay Boosters, KLArtsAlive, and KL Foundation supports initiatives across the district.

KLSD' Learning Commitment Informs Everything We Do

KLSD strives to create learning experiences for all students that are engaging, relevant, and take place in an active learning environment. MORE.

Getting to know Katonah-Lewisboro School District

Some of the best ways to get to know the Katonah-Lewisboro School District are to follow us on Facebook or Twitter, sign up for our district e-newsletter, and watch our district and athletic calendars to attend concerts, plays, and games.