Archive for March, 2018

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Creating community through charitable works

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Creating community through charitable works

Lab School students had the unique opportunity to hear from Fazana Saleem-Ismail as part of their recurring Press Club series. Saleem-Ismail is the chairwoman of the Capital Region Coalition Against Islamophobia. During her 90-minute visit on March 16, she discussed what it was like growing up in NYC, having friends of all different faiths and […]

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“Becoming an Ally” at BCMS

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“Becoming an Ally” at BCMS

Promoting a positive school culture is the goal of student leadership training by the Anti-Defamation League.

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Spring Enrichment Classes at Eagle

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The PTO is very excited to offer a BONUS Enrichment session this Spring. There will be two classes offered each day, Monday through Thursday, from April 16-May 21.  It will be first come first serve for registration…enrollment begins Monday, April 9 at 9:00pm at http://signup.com/go/mDrhSkg. Minimal volunteers are needed, however there is an enticing incentive for one volunteer each day: priority enrollment […]

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Author & Illustrator Stephen Savage visits BC

Filed in Eagle, Hamagrael, Slingerlands by on March 28, 2018
Author & Illustrator Stephen Savage visits BC

Savage visited Hamagrael, Slingerlands & Eagle where he talked about using illustrations to tell stories.

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BCMS March Character Breakfast

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BCMS March Character Breakfast

More than 40 middle school students were honored Mar. 28 for their prudence, self-control, teamwork and social intelligence.

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Notice to Parents – Special Education Services

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If you suspect that your child may have a physical, cognitive, or emotional disability, you have the right to refer your child to the District’s Committee on Special Education for an evaluation, and a determination as to whether your child is eligible to receive special education services and programs. More information regarding your rights is […]

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Photos from BCHS Disney’s Beauty and the Beast

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Photos from BCHS Disney’s Beauty and the Beast

BCHS students put on an outstanding show last weekend in the school’s annual spring musical. For four performances, cast and crew brought Disney’s Beauty and the Beast to life on the high school stage with colorful costumes, great songs and choreography. Bravo to all! (Photo credit: Christine Beck) View Beauty and the Beast photos on […]

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NYSSMA Solo & Ensemble Evaluations are Apr. 13-14

Filed in District, District News by on March 27, 2018

Bethlehem student-musicians are scheduled to participate in the New York State School Music Association (NYSSMA) Solo and Ensemble Evaluations on Friday-Saturday, April 13-14, 2018. The evaluations will take place at Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk High School, located at 2025 Us Route 9W, Ravena, NY 12143. View the April 13-14 NYSSMA evaluation schedule.

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Business speakers bring real life experience to BCHS classrooms

Filed in BCHS by on March 26, 2018

On Thursday, March 22, BCHS Business Law and Marketing students were treated to presentations by Scott Peterson of Dorazio/Peterson, LLC and Ellyn Ford from the Center for Economic Growth. The Business Law course is designed to give students a basic understanding of business and personal law, specifically covering topics like criminal and civil law, wills/estates […]

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Important 2018-19 calendar change

Filed in Archive, District, District News by on March 26, 2018

The recently adopted 2018-19 Bethlehem school calendar is being revised to reflect a change in the April 2019 spring recess. Next year’s spring recess is being changed to April 19-26, 2019, rather than April 15-19, 2019. The change is due to a late regional realignment of the spring 2019 academic calendar so certain programs can be […]