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April, 2016

Bridging the gap between home and school

Bridging the gap between home and school

As B-P’s pre-K parent advocate, Sarah Gabriel plays a critical role in helping families overcome common obstacles that occur when first sending their children to school.

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District to offer free summer enrichment program

Broadalbin-Perth Central School District is making plans for a new summer enrichment program that will be free and open to all district students who are entering kindergarten through sixth grade. The program is slated to start July 11 and run for four weeks. Students will attend from 8 a.m. to noon Monday through Thursday. The […]

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Download the 2016 budget newsletter

Download the 2016 budget newsletter

No need to wait until the 2016 budget newsletter arrives in your mailbox. You can read it online!

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BPHS lists Top 10 for 2016

BPHS lists Top 10 for 2016

The Class of 2015’s Top 10 all have earned a grade point average higher than 96 percent.

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B-P students earn awards at ‘Horsing Around’ art show

B-P students earn awards at ‘Horsing Around’ art show

A number of B-P art students will have their work displayed at the National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame as part a student art show.

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BPHS Alliance Club leads Day of Silence

BPHS Alliance Club leads Day of Silence

The Broadalbin-Perth Alliance Club members recently led their peers in the school’s first “Day of Silence” and also joined in the Breaking of the Silence event at Empire State Plaza.

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Residents speak with experts about proposed B-P capital project

Residents speak with experts about proposed B-P capital project

Residents spoke with B-P’s architects, engineer, financial advisor and others about the district’s proposed $39.7 million capital project during a public forum on April 19.

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French students lead pre-K class in songs

French students lead pre-K class in songs

Ninth-graders in Sandra Kopec’s French class recently visited Megan Floyd’s pre-kindergarten class to teach the young students songs in French. In addition, the high-schoolers taught the pre-K students motions to go along with each of the songs. Kopec said she was very proud of her students, who she said did a wonderful job working with […]

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Kindergartners parade wearing creative spring hats

Kindergartners parade wearing creative spring hats

Kindergartners from The Learning Community on April 8 paraded through the Margaret Robin Blowers Auditorium at the high school wearing their homemade and hand-decorated spring hats.

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Proposed B-P capital project to address aging infrastructure, save money on annual maintenance

Proposed B-P capital project to address aging infrastructure, save money on annual maintenance

Maintaining aging building systems are among the challenges Broadalbin-Perth is currently experiencing that would be addressed through the proposed capital project.

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