Archive for November, 2018

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Letter from Principal Bonacquist, Nov. 30

Filed in Slingerlands by on November 30, 2018

Dear Families, Important Dates to Remember November 30 – Slingerlands Movie Night 6-8pm December 5 – BOE Meeting, BCHS, 7pm December 7 – Elementary EARLY DISMISSAL at 11:45 December 11 – Grade 3 Math & Science Night, 7pm December 19, BOE Meeting, Glenmont, 7pm December 24 – January 1 – No School, Winter Break January […]

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Letter from Principal Ksanznak, Nov. 30

Filed in Hamagrael by on November 30, 2018

Dear Parents, Tomorrow is the 35th annual Hamagrael Craft Fair from 10am-4pm here at school.  This is always a well-attended community event with over 90 vendors here selling hand-crafted items including winter accessories, home décor, fine art, pottery, quilts, jewelry, teas, jams, honey and much more.  There is food available and live music with former […]

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Letter from Principal Kloss, Nov. 30

Filed in Elsmere by on November 30, 2018

November 30, 2018 Dear Elsmere Families, First, a huge thank you to our PTA for a wonderful luncheon on Wednesday. We are truly fortunate to have such wonderfully supportive partners! Next Friday, December 7 will be our last parent-teacher conference day with an 11:45 dismissal. We hope these conferences continue to be productive experiences for […]

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School Bus Evacuation Drill, Dec. 14

Filed in Elsmere by on November 30, 2018

On Friday, December 14, we will hold our second bus evacuation drill of the school year.  Each school year, the Bethlehem Central School District, in compliance with New York State Education Law, holds three such drills.  All students must partake in these drills, even if they don’t ride a school bus on a daily basis.  When […]

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Glenmont Grand Event 2018

Filed in Glenmont by on November 30, 2018
Glenmont Grand Event 2018

Grandparents, special friends, food and fun filled Glenmont hallways and classrooms on Thursday, Nov. 29.

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Author Susan Verde visits Slingerlands Elementary

Filed in Slingerlands by on November 30, 2018
Author Susan Verde visits Slingerlands Elementary

With support from the PTO, students in grades K-2 had a chance to spend time with the author.

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Districtwide School Climate Survey

Filed in Archive by on November 28, 2018

A positive school climate helps people feel socially, emotionally and physically safe in schools. The Bethlehem Central School District will be conducting a School Climate Survey for students, staff and parents from Dec. 6-20, 2018. For students, the online survey will be administered to grades 5-12 on Thursday, December 13, during the school day. This anonymous survey […]

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BCMS Helping Hands Club pitches in

Filed in BCMS by on November 26, 2018
BCMS Helping Hands Club pitches in

Over Thanksgiving, middle school students helped raise more than $800 for Pediatric Trauma Unit at Albany Medical Center.

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Almost, Maine at BCHS Dec. 7-9

Filed in BCHS, District, District News by on November 26, 2018

With three performances Dec. 7-9, Bethlehem Central High School’s Theatre Without a Net presents Almost, Maine, a play that explores love and loss in a series of nine short vignettes. The romantic comedy is set in a remote, mythical “almost-town” known as Almost, Maine. The award-winning play by John Cariani will showcase the talents of […]

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Letter from Principal Ksanznak, Nov. 21

Filed in Hamagrael by on November 21, 2018

Dear Parents, Happy Thanksgiving! Have a wonderful Thanksgiving break and enjoy the time spent over the holiday with family and friends.  All of us here at Hamagrael are truly thankful to have the opportunity to work with you and your children.  Thanks again for all you do for our students and for us.  Enjoy the […]

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