Archive for October, 2019

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Letter from Principal Bonacquist, Oct. 11

Filed in Slingerlands by on October 11, 2019

Dear Families, Some of you have heard the rumor about Val Kraupner…….  Unfortunately it is not a rumor! After working at Slingerlands for the past 14 years, Val will be heading to a position at the Middle School.  This was a bittersweet decision for Val as she has loved her time at Slingerlands. I know […]

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Letter from Principal Ksanznak, Oct. 11

Filed in Hamagrael by on October 11, 2019

Dear Parents, Our fall enrichment classes have begun! ONE SPOT HAS OPENED in the free Coding/Programming class for K-1 kids on Wednesdays; if you are interested in joining, email Christy Doyle at cdoyle@albany.edu. Also, even though we make announcements each day about who is going to an enrichment class, please try to remind your child as […]

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FBLA prepares for state competition

Filed in BCHS, Student Spotlight by on October 11, 2019
FBLA prepares for state competition

On Oct. 11, members of the BCHS Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) began to prepare for the State Leadership Conference in April.

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Letter from Principal Kloss, Oct. 11

Filed in Elsmere by on October 11, 2019

Dear Elsmere Families, First, a big thank you to the Elsmere Fire Department for spending another day at our school this week, teaching important fire safety information in an engaging way. Now is a great time to review your fire safety plans with your children at home. A special thanks goes out to the Elsmere […]

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Letter from Principal Heffernan, Oct. 11

Filed in Glenmont by on October 11, 2019

Dear Families, We are grateful to the Selkirk Volunteer Fire Department for spending Thursday morning teaching Glenmont students about fire safety.  The fire fighters, under the direction of Doug VanApeldoorn, held two assemblies full of information for our students focusing especially on home fire escape plans.  We much appreciate past chief VanApeldoorn, past chief Bill […]

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National Manufacturing Day 2019

Filed in BCHS, Student Spotlight by on October 8, 2019
National Manufacturing Day 2019

On Oct. 4, students in the BCHS Computer Integrated Manufacturing class got an up-close look at modern manufacturing.

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Salad for Kids Day 2019

Filed in Archive, BCMS, Student Spotlight by on October 8, 2019
Salad for Kids Day 2019

The middle school served a record amount of produce and delivered 700 salads to students, staff fresh from the garden.

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Garden Bistro Tuesday menus to feature BC produce

Filed in Archive, District, District News by on October 8, 2019
Garden Bistro Tuesday menus to feature BC produce

For the fourth year in a row, the local restaurant Garden Bistro 24 is offering a special prix fixe menu every Tuesday throughout the month of October featuring produce grown in the school gardens throughout the district. A three-course meal chosen from a specially-crafted menu is $24 and part of the proceeds will be returned […]

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BCHS Counseling News – October 2019

Filed in Archive by on October 8, 2019

Scholarship Opportunities To access active scholarships, please go to Naviance under the Scholarships tab. Boston University Trustee Scholarship Competition High achieving students may apply for the Trustee Scholarship. To be considered, students must submit their application for admission with one Trustee Scholarship essay. More information about the Trustee Scholarship can be found on our website: […]

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BCHS welcomes new members to Hall of Fame

Filed in Archive, District, District News by on October 7, 2019
BCHS welcomes new members to Hall of Fame

Congratulations to Terri Egan (1977) and Dr. Eric Powers (1965) who were inducted during Homecoming 2019.