Archive for April, 2021

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Letter from Principal Bonacquist, Apr. 30

Filed in Slingerlands by on April 30, 2021

Dear Families, Today we celebrated Administrative Professionals Day. Lisa Whalen, Jennifer Hammond and Suzanne Neri are three women who provide assistance to our students, teachers and families every day.  As we all know, this has been a challenging year.  These ladies have done an amazing job in helping us to keep Slingerlands open and running […]

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Q3 report cards now available

Filed in BCHS, BCMS by on April 30, 2021

Third quarter report cards for high school and middle school students are now available on Aspen.

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Ian Knox to be named principal of Hamagrael Elementary School

Filed in Archive, District, District News by on April 30, 2021
Ian Knox to be named principal of Hamagrael Elementary School

Ian Knox, an administrator in Lansingburgh, to be named principal of Hamagrael Elementary School The Bethlehem Central Board of Education is expected to name Ian Knox as principal of Hamagrael Elementary School. Knox, who is currently principal at Turnpike Elementary School in Lansingburgh, will succeed David Ksanznak as principal. Ksanznak is retiring at the end […]

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Apr. 29: Two positive COVID cases

Filed in District, District News by on April 29, 2021

The Bethlehem Central School District has learned of two positive cases of COVID-19 at Bethlehem Central High School.  Two students at the high school have tested positive. Both are students in remote learning so there was no exposure at the school. Neither student will return to school until cleared by the health department.  If your […]

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Apply now: Studio in Art and Introduction to Engineering

Filed in Archive, BCMS by on April 29, 2021

Dear Parent or Guardian of current 7th-grade students,  The Bethlehem Central Middle School has accelerated 8th-grade class offerings in Art and Technology. The art department offers Studio in Art. The technology department offers Introduction to Engineering, this is a Project Lead The Way (PLTW) class. Both Courses fulfill students one credit in the Fine Arts […]

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Lab School takes the Keep on Moving Challenge

Filed in BCHS, Student Spotlight by on April 28, 2021
Lab School takes the Keep on Moving Challenge

BCHS students found that a little competitive spirit helped keep them active during the month of March.

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Apr. 28: Two positive COVID cases

Filed in Archive, District, District News by on April 28, 2021

The Bethlehem Central School District has learned of two positive cases of COVID-19 at Bethlehem Central High School.  Two students at the high school have tested positive. Both are students in remote learning so there was no exposure at the school. Neither student will return to school until cleared by the health department. If your […]

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Vaccine clinic parking information

Filed in Archive by on April 28, 2021
Vaccine clinic parking information

Entering & exiting the Saturday vaccine clinic: Entry and exit to the May 1st 2nd Dose Vaccine Clinic will be the same as on April 10. Students should not drive themselves; they should get a ride from a parent/guardian. Please come at your assigned time. Arriving early or late can create delays for everyone. Students […]

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BCHS ranked #1 area high school by U.S. News & World Report

Filed in Archive, District, District News by on April 27, 2021

Bethlehem Central High School has been rated the top high school in the Albany metro area by U.S. News & World Report. The high school was also ranked at #901 in the publication’s national rankings of more than 24,000 high schools across the country and #82 in New York State. The rankings were released today […]

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How do I vote this year?

Filed in Archive by on April 27, 2021

On Tuesday, May 18, Bethlehem Central School District voters will consider a $102 million budget for the 2021-22 school year that would maximize in-person learning for all students K-12 in a safe learning environment. They will also elect two members of the Board of Education and decide on a series of bus propositions that would […]