Important late/transfer bus changes coming Tuesday, Jan. 16

Middle school and high school students who regularly use the late/transfer buses should expect some changes beginning Tuesday, Jan. 16. These are the buses that transport students home at 3:45 p.m. The late/transfer buses will continue to run on their regular schedules from the middle school and high school, however, students may need to look …

Jan. 11: “Life After BC” to provide info for HS students, families

Bethlehem Opportunities Unlimited (BOU) is sponsoring “Life After BC,” on Thursday January 11, 2024  at 7 p.m. in BCHS, Room G100.  Returning BC graduates will discuss college, work and internships in a panel discussion moderated by BCHS guidance counselor Darnell Douglas. Students who are currently attending state schools, private schools, and community college will be …

Register NOW for Unified Bowling

Registration is now open for Unified Bowling for students in grades 9-12. The season will begin on February 5, 2024. Bethlehem Central School District uses online sports registration through FamilyID. FamilyID is a secure registration platform operated by Arbiter Sports that offers families an easy, user-friendly way to register for athletics, and helps make the …

BC’s own “Genius Bar” reaches out to the community

On Jan. 3, area senior citizens had a chance to troubleshoot technology issues with the experts as student interns from BC’s Help Desk headed to Town Hall for a day of community service.

Fall student athletes honored by Board of Education

At its Dec. 20 meeting, the BC Board of Education recognized several student-athletes for their accomplishments last fall. Each student was presented with an Eagle pin in recognition of their achievements by Board of Education President Holly Dellenbaugh and Superintendent Jody Monroe. Girls Swim & Dive Girls Golf Girls Cross Country Girls Tennis Girls Swim …

World language students enjoy cultural experience with French flair

On Thursday, Nov. 30, dozens of intermediate and AP French students from Bethlehem visited Claude Monet: the Immersive Experience in Schenectady, to expand upon the AP French themes of art and culture. On the tour, students learned about the progression of Monet’s work and how it was influenced by historical events and Monet’s personal life. …