Students in kindergarten to sixth grade at the Stanley Falk School on Delaware Avenue are enjoying a bigger space this school year. They moved to what used to be the Theodore Roosevelt School for the first day of classes.
The old Theodore Roosevelt School got a full makeover before classes began this year, and the space was such an upgrade the Falk School was able to add 66 more students. They now enroll over 600 students in their three schools across Western New York.
Teachers say the change has been great for their students, and they are thriving in the new, expanded space.
The Falk School provides support services for students ranging from five to 21 years old from across eight counties.