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February, 2017

Pingitore, Eipp named to varsity coaching positions

Pingitore, Eipp named to varsity coaching positions

Alum R.J. Pingitore is the new varsity baseball coach and long-time assistant Billy Eipp is the new varsity boys soccer coach at B-P.

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Town meeting brings BPMS students together

Town meeting brings BPMS students together

BPMS students gathered for a town meeting, which featured some friendly competition among the school’s teams.

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BPHS boys indoor track takes 2nd at Sectionals

BPHS boys indoor track takes 2nd at Sectionals

The BPHS boys indoor track team finished second place at Section 2, Division 3 championships on Sunday, which Coach Allissa Melucci says was the best sectional finish in the program’s history.

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Guide dog visits pre-K classroom

Volunteers from Guiding Eyes for the Blind recently visited pre-K classrooms at TLC to educate students about living with a visual impairment and what their organization does to create and support life-changing connections between people and dogs. Cheryl Lawyer, a puppy trainer with Guiding Eyes, and her guide dog-in-training, Clyde, demonstrated the various ways that guide dogs […]

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Eighth-graders visit Raquette Lake

Eighth-graders visit Raquette Lake

A group of Broadalbin-Perth Middle School eighth-graders took a Project Adventure field trip to Raquette Lake Feb. 3-5, where they participated in a variety of outdoor winter activities.

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BPMS names January Students of the Month

BPMS names January Students of the Month

Broadalbin-Perth Middle School has named its January Students of the Month. They are, from left, Robert Minery, eighth grade;  Kiaira Tomlinson, eighth grade; Lilian Mitchell, eighth grade;  Ethan Brott, sixth grade; and  Katherine Szumowski, seventh grade.

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B-P accepting pre-K and kindergarten registrations for 2017-18

Will your child be 4 or 5 years old by Dec. 1, 2017? Consider registering your eligible child for B-P’s pre-K or kindergarten program.

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Sullivan nominated for Friends of Education Award

Sullivan nominated for Friends of Education Award

Sandy Sullivan, a first-grade literacy specialist at The Learning Community, has been nominated to receive CASDA’s Friends of Education Award. The award was introduced in 2015 to recognize the diverse contributions of dedicated individuals from all parts of the school community. Terry LaFountain, director of curriculum and instruction at B-P, nominated Sullivan for the award. […]

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Drama Club to present ‘Aladdin’ in April

Drama Club to present ‘Aladdin’ in April

The Broadalbin-Perth High School Drama Club will present “Aladdin Jr.” the first week of April, and set-building and dance rehearsals are under way.

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BPIS spelling bees crown three champions

BPIS spelling bees crown three champions

Winners of the fourth- and fifth-grade bees earned their place at the county-level competition, which will be held in Gloversville next month.

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