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    Communications Staff-12/9/14
Broadalbin-Perth 2028 Task Force members bring ideas to table with ‘mind-mapping’ session
Wielding colored markers and moving around paper-covered cafeteria tables at Broadalbin-Perth High School, members of the Broadalbin-Perth 2028 Task Force on Dec. 8 started the process of developing a vision for the future of education in the district by energetically “mapping” their thoughts in writing. Read More »

B-P among districts to win Teaching is the Core Grant

The Broadalbin-Perth Central School District is among 14 school districts led by Hamilton-Fulton-Montgomery BOCES that has won $393,966 to review and improve student assessment practices.
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B-P fifth-graders wrap up 'Esperanza' with feast

Fifth-grade students at the Broadalbin-Perth Intermediate School celebrated Friday their completion of the novel “Esperanza Rising.”
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BPHS students honored at World AIDS Day Luncheon

Three Broadalbin-Perth High School students were honored during the annual World AIDS Day luncheon at Russo’s on Wednesday, Dec. 3. Emma Holland, Toni-Marie LaPort and James Sargent, all students in Crisan Anadio’s graphic design class, were winners in the HIV/AIDS Awareness Poster Contest sponsored by the Fulton-Montgomery Red Ribbon Partnership and Centro Civico of Amsterdam.
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VIDEO: Middle School Discovery Day

Check out video of the Nov. 24 Discovery Day at BPMS.
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Heart of teaching shows through quarterly Successories program winners

Following the first quarter since the launch of the “Successories” program at the beginning of the 2014-15 school year, the initial round of honorees has been selected. Superintendent of Schools Stephen Tomlinson randomly drew a $25 restaurant gift certificate winner from each school from the completed “Successories” forms that named faculty and staff members who have been recognized for helping others become a success.
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VIDEO: BPMS Town Meeting

See the variety of images and video from the first quarter Town Meeting at BPMS.
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Art students complete two-day felting workshop

Students in Wendy Carroll’s high school art class at Broadalbin-Perth completed a two-day workshop on wet felting, Tuesday, Nov. 25, and showed off their finished projects and a few pieces in progress.
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Important Reminder about School Closings and Delays

With winter weather already arriving, it’s a good time for parents and students to remember how Broadalbin-Perth communicates weather-related announcements, including closings, delays and early dismissals.
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Education Foundation grant cycle open

The Broadalbin-Perth Education Foundation has announced its next grant cycle is now open.
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TLC honors veterans with program

On Monday, Nov. 10, The Learning Community hosted its annual Veterans Day presentation in the high school auditorium.
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Introducing BPTV: Watch all your favorite videos

Can’t get enough of the Class of 2014’s “Don’t Stop Believin’” video? Or maybe you missed the series of videos highlighting the efforts toward “Re-imagining Broadalbin-Perth.” Easy access to these classics is available through BPTV.
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State offers resources for combating heroin, opioid abuse

Heroin and opioid abuse is a rapidly growing problem in New York State and nationwide. New York's schools have been asked by the state departments of health, education, and alcoholism and substance abuse services to help raise awareness and share information about the risks, warning signs and resources available for help.
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