Archive for September, 2018

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Letter from Principal Ksanznak, Sept. 28

Filed in Hamagrael by on September 28, 2018

September 28, 2018 Dear Parents, The Hamagrael Spirit Wear sale has been extended until Monday, October 1.  Thanks to Cara Bashant for all of her work coordinating the spirit wear sales for our community. The month of October will be a busy one here at school.  The week of October 1 we will be celebrating […]

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Letter from Principal Bonacquist, Sept. 28

Filed in Slingerlands by on September 28, 2018

Dear Families, It was so great to see so many families at our Family Fall Festival!  It was a beautiful night and I saw children and families having a great time!  I would like to thank Heather White, Betsy Danz, Christine Banewicz, and Tina Gough for all their hard work in coordinating this event.  Thank […]

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Letter from Principal Kloss, Sept. 28

Filed in Elsmere by on September 28, 2018

September 28, 2018 Dear Elsmere Families, It is difficult to believe that we have finished the first month of school already! It has been a fun start. Next week, we will have several special “dress” days, so you might want to be sure to do the laundry this weekend. Elsmere students are invited to join […]

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Farm to You Fest is Oct. 1-6

Filed in Elsmere by on September 28, 2018

Dear Elsmere Parents, The Elsmere Healthy Kids Committee is excited to introduce our tenth annual “Farm to You Fest” event, which is a statewide celebration of local farms and food. We hope your child will enjoy celebrating Farm to You Fest both at school and with you at home; below are some ways to participate. […]

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Letter from Principal Heffernan, Sept. 28

Filed in Glenmont by on September 28, 2018

Dear Families, We hope that all of our children have had an exciting September packed with friends, fun, and lots of learning. Next week is the district’s Farm to You Fest!  Information is being emailed home, including a “Squash Hunger” food drive and a Farmer’s Market Scavenger Hunt set for Oct. 6 from 9am-1pm at […]

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Stage 700 announces 2018-19 musical

Filed in BCHS, Student Spotlight by on September 28, 2018

Stage 700 is thrilled to announce that the musical for April 2019 will be Titanic: The Musical. Titanic, which will be the featured Stage 700 production at the school for the 2018-19 school year, is scheduled for April 4-7, 2019. Titanic: The Musical is the winner of five Tony awards in 1997 including Best Musical and […]

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BCMS Math Challenge Opportunity

Filed in Archive by on September 27, 2018

Bethlehem Central Middle School’s mathematics program reflects a balanced approach to developing students’ conceptual understanding, computational proficiency, and problem-solving skills.   The Accelerated Mathematics Program at Bethlehem Central allows students to study mathematics in a challenging and stimulating environment. The courses have been designed to be both engaging and exciting and the program encourages students to […]

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BCHS math teacher wins U of Chicago top educator award

Filed in Archive, District by on September 26, 2018
BCHS math teacher wins U of Chicago top educator award

It is the second time Durray Mahmood has earned the prestigious award from the University of Chicago.

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Farm to You Fest 2018 is Oct. 1-6

Filed in District by on September 26, 2018
Farm to You Fest 2018 is Oct. 1-6

Farm to You Fest is celebrating its 10th anniversary in the BC schools.

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District mourns IT staff member Justin Brown

Filed in Archive, District, District News by on September 25, 2018
District mourns IT staff member Justin Brown

The Bethlehem Central School District is mourning a member of its staff. Justin T. Brown, 32, an employee of the district’s Technology Department, passed away suddenly at home over the weekend, according to his family. Brown, who worked for Bethlehem for 10 years, was an IT Manager and Senior Network & Systems Engineer. In addition to […]

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