Dear Parents, Guardians, & Community Members, On Thursday, October 12 from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., Bethlehem Central School District in partnership with Mission for Marcus will host a special program for parents featuring Stephen Hill, a renowned national speaker on substance use prevention, mental health, and resilience. Stephen has a truly inspiring comeback story …
Thirty-five students have been recognized for demonstrating the character traits of social intelligence, critical thinking, perspective and forgiveness.
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.
A cautionary tale of substance misuse to addiction and a comeback story of recovery and resilience. Don’t miss this important event!
Thank you to author Phil Bildner for sharing your writing and insight on your memorable book A High Five for Glenn Burke.
On Feb. 17, nearly 50 BCMS students were surprised to learn they were being treated to a special celebration for demonstrating positive character traits.
Thursday’s performance of The Wizard of Oz has been postponed. Performances will now be Friday, 7p; Saturday, 2p; Saturday, 7p; Sunday, 2p and Sunday, 7p. Tickets for Thursday will be honored at the Sunday evening show.
Thirteen staff members at Bethlehem Central Middle School took part in No Shave November and what they have to show for it is much more than sporty new looks.
Ask questions and learn more about how the school and community are your important partners in keeping students safe.