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November, 2016

BPHS students honored with Patriot Pride Awards

BPHS students honored with Patriot Pride Awards

Five BPHS students were recognized as the recipients of the first round of Patriot Pride Awards for the 2016-17 school year, honoring them for character and hard work that has exceeded expectations.

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B-P finalizes plans for Phase 1 of $39.7 million capital project

B-P finalizes plans for Phase 1 of $39.7 million capital project

Plans for Phase 1 of B-P’s $39.7 million capital project have been submitted to the State Education Department for approval.

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McClarren, Becker nominated for FIRST Tech Dean’s List

McClarren, Becker nominated for FIRST Tech Dean’s List

Two B-P high school students are semi-finalists for the FIRST Tech Challenge Dean’s List. Junior Brooke McClarren and sophomore Devin Becker were nominated for the award by their FIRST Tech teammates.   Since its introduction in 2010, the FIRST Dean’s List Award has attracted the attention of prestigious colleges and universities who desire to recruit exemplary high […]

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Variety of talents on display at Discovery Day (Video)

Variety of talents on display at Discovery Day (Video)

BPMS students got a chance to hear from experts on topics ranging from cats to internet memes.

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31 new members inducted into NHS

The Broadalbin-Perth High School chapter of the National Honor Society inducted 31 students into its membership during a ceremony Nov. 10 in the Margaret Robin Blowers Auditorium. These juniors and seniors were accepted into NHS for excelling in the areas of scholarship, service, leadership and character. The ceremony included NHS President Brayden Jeffords leading the […]

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4th grade garage sale at BPIS benefits Stop Hunger Now

4th grade garage sale at BPIS benefits Stop Hunger Now

Broadalbin-Perth Intermediate School fourth-graders in Rebecca Gregory’s, Melanie Hampton’s and Ingrid Hodgins’ classes on Nov. 16 held a garage sale to raise money for Stop Hunger Now. The students and teachers brought in items from home to sell, and each student was allowed to bring in no more than $5 to purchase items. In total, […]

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BPHS art students Doodle 4 Google

BPHS art students Doodle 4 Google

Students in Wendy Carroll’s drawing class at BPHS recently designed Google logos, some of which were submitted to the international Doodle 4 Google contest.

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6th-grader wins anti-bullying pencil slogan contest

6th-grader wins anti-bullying pencil slogan contest

Sixth-grader Grace Smith has been named the winner of the Anti-Bullying Pencil Slogan Contest the Broadalbin-Perth Middle School held during October. Students were asked to be creative and come up with a slogan to help end bullying. Smith submitted the winning entry, “Erase bullying from our school.” The slogan has been engraved on colorful pencils […]

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Pick up yearbook fundraiser items Thursday

The BPMS yearbook fundraiser items (pies, cheesecake and cookie dough) must be picked up between 2:30 and 4 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 17, at the middle school. Because the items are frozen and the middle school cannot store them, everything must be picked up during this time. Please call the middle school office at 954-2700 if you […]

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BPMS students honor veterans at breakfast

BPMS students honor veterans at breakfast

More than 25 local veterans attended the annual breakfast.

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