Bethlehem CSD to participate in State’s Farm to School Initiative

You may have noticed a new apple symbol on our school lunch calendars; this is the mark of an exciting new initiative BCSD is taking part in. An apple appears on school menu items to indicate an item we are sourcing from local New York State farmers and producers. The New York State Farm-to-School Program …

The scarecrows are back at BCMS

The BCMS Garden Club spent Tuesday afternoon assembling scarecrows out in front of the middle school building. 

BCHS Student Musician takes first place in prestigious Chopin Competition

Congratulations to Bethlehem Central High School junior, William Lauricella who won first place in the 2022 Capital District Council for Young Musicians’ Annual Chopin Piano Competition. The CDCYM’s annual competition sees 25-30 of the finest young pianists, ages 10-17, in the Greater Capital region compete. The prestigious event draws its judges from the faculties of …

VIDEO: What it means to be a BC Eagle

What does it mean to be a BC Eagle? That’s a question our communications team has spent for months asking students and staff across the district for this video.

Many green thumbs keep BCMS garden growing through hot summer

Many hands make for light work. Thankfully, those many hands have green thumbs. The garden at Bethlehem Central Middle School does not stop growing in the summer. That is why multiple times a week, you’ll find students and community members stopping by to take care of the crops. “I think it looks pretty beautiful right …

Board appoints new instructional, health supervisors

At its meeting on Aug. 10, the Bethlehem Central Board of Education appointed two individuals to fill vacancies in leadership roles within the district. Zachary Tacelli was named as K-12 academic supervisor of physical education, health and family and consumer science. Jennifer Denis joins the district as K-12 health services supervisor and will oversee all …

Bus driver/trainer wins $1K award to attend NYS transportation conference

The New York Association for Pupil Transportation (NYAPT) today awarded a $1,000 scholarship to BC bus driver and trainer Danika Raup that will enable her to attend the NYAPT Annual Conference in July for free.  It will be the first time Raup will be attending the NYAPT conference. The organization provides ongoing educational opportunities to …