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Annual Notifications and Community Announcements

The Bethlehem Central School District is committed to keeping families and residents up-to-date on important information and events in the community. This online resource helps us meet that goal while saving money on printing costs and protecting our natural resources.


Annual Notifications

To access the most up-to-date notifications for families and residents of the Bethlehem Central School District, visit our Annual Notifications page.


Community Announcements

The district is a central hub of activity in the community, particularly as it relates to educational and recreational opportunities available to children. This Community Announcements page is provided as a service to parents for informational purposes only. For more information about the activities and organizations listed below, please use the contact information provided with each entry.

If you have a community announcement you would like posted, please click here to access the online submission form. *Please note that this submission does not automatically update our website. Please do not expect an immediate response. This page is manually maintained.

Click here to read our Terms & Conditions

 

  • Town of Bethlehem winter & spring programs for kids

Register now for our upcoming Winter and Spring programs! There are many programs (visit us online at www.townofbethlehem.org) but check out our Kitchen Kidz and Kids, Movement, Mantra and Meditation classes! Kitchen Kids is for kids grade 2-4 and has both a Winter and Spring session. Kids Movement, Mantra and Meditation is for kids ages 5-11 and has a winter session. Registration is required. To register call us at 518-439-4955 ext 2131 or visit us online.

  • Eagles Wrestling Club for grades K-6

Students in grades kindergarten through grade 6 are encouraged to learn more about the sport of wrestling. The Eagles Wrestling Club meets on Tuesdays and Thursdays in January & February. The fee to join is $125. Several BC coaches and former varsity wrestlers will help students learn the fundamentals of the sport. Please contact Chris Braga at cbraga@bethlehemschools.org.

  • Registration open for Bethlehem Softball League

Softball Registration for 2020 Recreation Leagues Now Available The Bethlehem Softball League (formerly the Bethlehem Tomboys Girls’ Softball League) has opened registration for its 2020 recreation softball leagues. Parents can register their children at www.bethlehemsoftballleague.com. Registration cost $125 per child with a sibling discount of $40 for each additional sibling. Leagues are available for children in grades kindergarten through twelve. Practices begin in April, with games in May and June. The registration also covers softball clinics on Sundays in March. There are no residency requirements.

  • RPI’s Exploring Engineering Day for students in grades 3-8

Attend a FREE half-day, hands-on program at RPI! This annual program is held in celebration of National Engineers Week and is intended to help our local youth better understand what engineers and computer scientists do. To be held on Saturday, February 8, 2020 (snow date, February 22). Registrations are being accepted online.


Terms and Conditions

By checking the appropriate box on the Community Announcements Submission Form, you are indicating you have read the following terms and conditions related to Bethlehem Central’s Community Announcements page:

  • Submissions for the page will only be accepted through the Web-based “Community Announcements” form. No faxes, phone calls, hard copies or e-mails will be accepted. It is important that this process is streamlined so that all eligible community groups who submit announcements can have them posted.
  • Announcements must advertise recreational and educational activities and programs that benefit children within the school community. These activities, events and programs must take place within school district boundaries to be considered for publication (per Board of Education Policy No. 1810.)
  • Community organizations must provide a contact e-mail address or website to accompany their announcement.
  • Announcements advertising fundraisers must be associated with the school district or students, and as such, will be published only after the fundraiser has received the necessary approvals under district policy governing such fundraising activities (Board of Education Policy Nos. 1222 and 5251).
  • Community organizations submitting an announcement must indicate they have read the terms and the conditions.