Fifth-grade students at Slingerlands Elementary put their research and debate skills to test over chocolate milk.
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For the sixth year in a row, the Bethlehem Central School District has been named the number one school district in the Capital Region by the Albany Business Review.
On June 1, the BC Board of Education will appoint Dr. Latisha J. Ellis-Williams as the district’s first diversity, equity and inclusion officer.
Student artwork now lines the long hallway to the primary wing at Slingerlands thanks to a grant from the Bethlehem Central Community Fund.
Four schools, four art teachers and 100 BC students currently have their artwork on display in downtown Albany at the Empire State Plaza. Their work was inspired by the Plaza’s permanent collection.
Following current events and writing about them. Fifth grade students at Slingerlands Elementary received a shout out for their poems and raps.