Friday, August 5, 2022

Crystal sale next weekend


Food pantry cupboard

The Gasport Food Pantry has added a 24/7 option to its regular monthly distributions: A cupboard has been placed at the corner of Main and Church Streets. If you are in need, please use it.

Friday, July 29, 2022

Special event at Northern Light

 August marks the 1-year anniversary of the opening of Northern Light Fashions And Creations in Gasport. Aurora Genet will be celebrating with a special event on Tuesday, August 16th from 5-8pm. Stop by to see and shop her silk floral work and countless gift items.



Wednesday, July 6, 2022

Summer Sizzler


Perkins named softball player of the year

Roy-Hart's Reanna Perkins was named GNN's Softball Player of the Year. What a season -- what a career! -- as she excelled at the plate and from the mound. She's certainly one of the greatest athletes this school district has seen

The history of Orangeport

 The Slayton Settlement/Orangeport area of Gasport is my neighborhood. I'm really digging this history of it that's in the Lockport paper. A big "thank you!" to Anne Marie Linaberry and Norm Pearson

Charlie Brigham at Michigan

 Gasport's Charlie Brigham is pondering careers in broadcasting, coaching at Michigan

Superintendent search


Friday, June 3, 2022

Wednesday, June 1, 2022

Gasport Canal power


Notice to Mariners

Erie Canal – Gasport

June 1, 2022

Mariners are advised that the Gasport Landing shore power supply, operated by the Town of Royalton, is out of service and access has been blocked. The Town of Royalton is addressing the outage.

Salt and Light Festival


Thursday, May 26, 2022

Flag Day

In 2020, there wasn't a Flag Day ceremony due to Covid. In 2021, it was a smaller event. This year, the celebration of Old Glory returns to its full glory. Heather Maedl-Pedini will be leading the event and as you know from her past ceremonies it's an incredibly patriotic and emotional ceremony. If you've never been to a Roy-Hart Flag Day celebration, make it a point to go this year.


Wednesday, May 25, 2022

Law enforcement coverage at schools

Roy-Hart Community Members,

As you may be aware, an elementary school in Uvalde, Texas became victim to another mass shooting, resulting in the senseless loss of life.  It was an act of violence and hate that is almost unimaginable to the kind and caring people of this world.

We understand our local community continues to mourn the loss from the recent shooting in Buffalo, and our counselors, social workers, and entire staff are always available should your children need additional support.  

The District continues to work with local law enforcement who will provide additional coverage at our schools for the remainder of the school year.  Please remind your students and  children to always report any threatening comments (If you see something, say something).


Dr. Hank Stopinski