Bridge to College offers support to First Gen college applicants

A message for BCHS juniors and their families: We are excited to introduce you to our Bridge to College (B2C) program at BCHS. B2C is a free mentoring program and close-knit community aimed to help guide our 1st Generation students and their families through the entire college application process. In our fourth year, we look …

Lab School “Penny Wars” benefit South End Children’s Cafe

Hearing the term shortage seems to be a daily occurrence during the pandemic. With businesses making purchases as touchless as possible these days, another unfortunate shortage related to the pandemic is the lack of coins in circulation.   The BC Lab School (a small, rigorous progressive program at BCHS) decided to make use of their mounting …

BCSD Spring 2022 Continuing Education

General Information How to Register Course Descriptions Contact Information All information below, along with the Spring 2022 Continuing Education registration form, can be viewed or downloaded here [PDF] General Information Online Classes Only Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, all Bethlehem Central School District Spring 2022 Continuing Education classes will be held online, using Zoom meetings …

Letter from Principal Kloss, Jan. 21

Dear Elsmere Families, Happy Squirrel Appreciation Day! In the midst of all the covid-craziness, we are often looking for little things to celebrate. Thanks to our fifth grade Kindness Club, today was another special day at Elsmere as we celebrated Share your Sparkle and Kindness Day. Our sequined clothes worked magic turning classrooms into discos …

Letter from Principal Knox, Jan. 14

Monthly Theme (Respect) This month we are focusing on the word “respect”. Specifically, respecting ourselves, one another and the environment. Over the next few weeks, I am going to be going to each classroom to read the book, “All Are Welcome” by Alexandra Penfold and Suzanne Kaufman. The book follows a group of children through …