Archive for October, 2017

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Letter from Principal Heffernan, Oct. 27

Filed in Glenmont by on October 27, 2017

Dear Families, The Halloween Ball is tonight!  We are looking forward to seeing all the children in their costumes enjoying the many events planned.  Please remember that no weapons or violent costumes should be worn.  Also, this is a drop-off event unless you signed up to volunteer.  If your child has significant health issues including […]

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Letter from Principal Kloss, Oct. 27

Filed in Elsmere by on October 27, 2017

Dear Elsmere Families, Happy Early Halloween! Thank you to the many parent helpers for running our Halloween Happenings for tonight! We are looking forward to a great event.  While education is our key focus at school, we hope to always remember that childhood should be enjoyable and that we all learn better when we are […]

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Letter from Interim Principal Laurel Jones, Oct. 27

Filed in Eagle by on October 27, 2017

Eagle Families, I can not believe that next week brings us into November. We have had a wonderful October at Eagle. I hope your student has shared their excitement and learning with you. As I walk through the halls and spend time in classrooms, I have been so impressed with what I see. I complimented […]

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BCHS Career and Finance students welcome stock market advisor

Filed in BCHS by on October 26, 2017
BCHS Career and Finance students welcome stock market advisor

Students in Kevin Fottrell’s class are prepping for the Stock Market Game with some special help.

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BC students sit down with Immigration Specialists

Filed in BCHS by on October 26, 2017
BC students sit down with Immigration Specialists

On Wednesday, October 18 a group of Immigration Experts came to speak to the AP Spanish, AP French and Advanced Spanish students about issues affecting immigrants and refugees in the United States. Included in the panel were Jon Lemelin from the US Committee for Refugees and Immigrants, Nick Tishler a lawyer who specializes in deportation […]

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Fall Happenings at Elsmere

Filed in Elsmere by on October 26, 2017
Fall Happenings at Elsmere

What Fall fun! Take a look for yourself.

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A warm welcome for new friends

Filed in BCMS by on October 25, 2017
A warm welcome for new friends

The middle school counseling staff recently hosted a welcome party for students new to the district.

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Elsmere Book Fair kicks off Wed., Nov. 1

Filed in Elsmere by on October 25, 2017

Elsmere Scholastic Book Fair Volunteer:   Please consider taking a shift or two on sign up genius. Click here for the Book Fair Sign Up. Shopping Hours: Thursday, Nov. 2 from 9:30 am – 5:00 pm Friday, Nov. 3 from 8:30 am – 9:00 am Saturday, Nov. 4 from 8:00 am – 1:00 pm Monday, Nov. […]

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Superintendent to host student conversation on Nov. 1

Filed in Archive by on October 24, 2017
Superintendent to host student conversation on Nov. 1

Do you have an idea to improve the school experience for you or your friends? What do you think are the biggest challenges facing high school students today? Superintendent Jody Monroe is inviting all interested high school students to join her for an informal conversation on Wednesday, November 1st about issues of importance to Bethlehem’s […]

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BCHS Concerts for Mon., Oct. 23 & Wed., Oct. 25 to be RESCHEDULED

Filed in Archive by on October 24, 2017

Due to a continuing problem in the BCHS auditorium, the HS concert scheduled for Wednesday, October 25 is CANCELLED. This follows the cancellation of the October 23 concert. Both the October 23 and October 25 concerts are being RESCHEDULED for Monday, October 30 at 7:00 p.m. The program is planned to be held in the […]