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COVID-19 ALERT

Schools are open to staff and students only. Visitors to any building are by appointment only and all visitors must first complete this online COVID-19 symptom tracker to be allowed inside. All playgrounds, playing fields and buildings remain closed to visitors until further notice. All COVID-19 info can be found here. You can view the 2020-21 Reopening Plan here.

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Eagle First Days Video

Filed in Eagle by on September 23, 2020

Mrs. Reagan captured lots of scenes from the first days of school at Eagle Elementary School. Take a look at this video from Friday, September 18. Welcome back, Eagle!

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What to do when your child screens positive for a symptom of COVID

Filed in Archive, District, District News by on September 22, 2020

For families K-12, it is important that you complete your child’s COVID screening every day. Our health office staff keeps track of students who may be exhibiting symptoms of COVID (even on days when they are not scheduled to be in school). The Albany County Department of Health last week shared the guidance that is […]

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Auditions announced for Theatre Without a Net virtual production

Filed in BCHS by on September 22, 2020

Theatre Without a Net is proud to announce that Life After by Amy Roos will be performed virtually later this fall.  Life After is a new comedy about one man’s journey of self-discovery through Hell. Through dating therapy, the man will attempt to remember who he was on Earth and how he came to be […]

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COVID screening, testing and tracing

Filed in Archive by on September 22, 2020
COVID screening, testing and tracing

On September 17, the Albany County Department of Health released information on how BCSD must address COVID symptoms and a return to school or work.

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BC “First Days” Photo Albums

Filed in Archive by on September 18, 2020
BC “First Days” Photo Albums

We received so many photos of students smiling as they made their way back to school for the 2020-21 school year. Take a look.

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EXCEL students explore their Living Environment

Filed in BCHS by on September 18, 2020
EXCEL students explore their Living Environment

These ninth and tenth graders wasted no time in restarting school as they were spotted taking scientific inquiry outdoors. Welcome back!

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Breakfast and lunch are free this fall for all students

Filed in District, District News by on September 17, 2020
Breakfast and lunch are free this fall for all students

Funding from the USDA means that every student in grades K-12 is eligible for free breakfast and lunch this fall.

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Frequently Asked Questions: School Meals Fall 2020

Filed in Archive by on September 17, 2020

Please note that meals are now free for all BCSD students through December 31, 2020 or until USDA funding runs out. This includes one breakfast and one lunch meal per student per day. This does not include snacks or other single item purchases. How will lunch work at school this fall? Grades K-5: Each morning, […]

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Frequently Asked Questions: COVID Symptoms, Testing & Tracing

Filed in Archive by on September 17, 2020

The Albany County Department of Health (ACDOH) coordinates the public health response for all communicable diseases in the Bethlehem Central School District. The ACDOH has provided the following information regarding COVID testing and tracing. Q. Is a COVID-19 test required if a student or staff member is symptomatic? A. COVID-19 testing is essential to appropriate […]

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Returning to school after screening positive for a symptom of COVID-19

Filed in Archive, District, District News by on September 17, 2020

An important part of the Bethlehem Central School District’s reopening plan is the daily COVID-19 screening for all students, staff and visitors. Staff and families complete the screening at home each day before school. But what happens if there is a red flag on your screening? Or if your child is sent home from school […]