Early dismissal on Tues. and Thurs. at BCMS and elementary schools

All BC elementary schools and the middle school will dismiss students early on Tuesday, June 18 and Thursday, June 20, due to anticipated extreme heat. The high school will run final exams on the regular schedule but will be adding temporary, commercial-size air conditioning units to high school exam locations.  The district will monitor weather …

Congratulations to our newly tenured educators

On the evening of June 5, twenty-one Bethlehem Central educators were officially awarded tenure by the Board of Education. Please join us in celebrating the following members of our BC family and congratulating them on their tenure achievements. Their hard work and dedication are part of what makes Bethlehem Central all that it is. Tyler B. Anderson, BCHS – Guidance Counselor Meghan A. Bornhorst, …

Photos: Eagle Challenge 2024

Bethlehem Runs! Saturday’s Eagle Challenge brought the fun!  View the photo album on the district’s Facebook page. Special thanks to BC’s Wellness Committee, Student Senate, staff, student-athletes, board members, boosters, community organizations and this amazing community for making it such a fantastic day!

Farm to School initiative highlights New York dairy

Throughout April, the Cornell Cooperative Extension (CCE) visited each of BCSD’s five elementary schools to highlight the dairy production process. CCE educators taught students that New York is home to more than 3,600 dairy farms and over 600,000 dairy cows. Each cow yields around 7 gallons of milk daily, producing 15 billion pounds of milk …

Glenmont first grade team named regional winners in math competition

Three Glenmont Elementary School first-grade students are headed to SUNY Albany in June to participate in the 2024 First in Math Statewide Elementary Mathematics Tournament. The first-grade team was announced as regional winners in the virtual Statewide Elementary Mathematics competition. The students received trophies and Glenmont Elementary School will receive a plaque and a $1,000 …

Farm to School initiative highlights maple syrup production

Throughout March, the Cornell Cooperative Extension (CCE) visited each of BCSD’s five elementary schools to highlight the process of maple syrup production. Students learned that March is known as “sugaring season” in the Northeast. In late winter, when the weather transitions and daytime temperatures warm to above freezing and nights dip below freezing, sap begins …