More than 100 Bethlehem Central High School seniors who will graduate next month were honored with scholarships and awards at a ceremony held on Thursday, May 25. Congratulations to these students for their achievement in academics, character, community and wellness.
On May 20, three first graders from Glenmont Elementary School participated in the First In Math Statewide Elementary Mathematics Tournament at UAlbany. Only 150 students in grades 1-5 across the state qualified to take part in the first-ever tourney.
Thirteen juniors were honored with awards from colleges and universities for their outstanding promise in areas that encompass the district’s goals of academics, character, community and wellness.
On May 19, more than 30 Bethlehem Central High School students signed ceremonial letters of intent to play collegiate-level athletics. They were surrounded by families, coaches and friends.
Hope, humility, self-control, and authenticity are the four character traits that were celebrated in April at the middle school.
The shows will be held at the BCMS auditorium.
Six Bethlehem Central High School student artists were selected to have their work included at the 24th Annual High School Regional Juried Art Exhibition at the Albany Center Gallery. The jurors for this exhibition included Belinda Colón, Tony Iadicicco and Kim Tateo. This year, 28 school districts submitted 573 works. Only 113 pieces were chosen, …
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A state-of-the-art synthetic turf field complex is coming to Bethlehem Central High School in fall 2023.
Frank Daley, social worker at Eagle Elementary, gives a lesson on how mindful movements and mindful breaks can help us stay focused throughout the day and help our mental health.
Our district will be celebrating Healthy Kids Week from May 1-6, 2023. We hope that our BC families will join in the fun! The goal of Healthy Kids Week is to help our students understand and experience the benefits of nurturing their bodies and minds in fun and challenging ways. Our theme this year is …
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