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April, 2017

Summer Academy offers enrichment for B-P students

Summer Academy offers enrichment for B-P students

Students in pre-K through grade 6 have the opportunity to participate in B-P’s Summer Academy for FREE!

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Ehrenreich named director of athletics at B-P

Ehrenreich named director of athletics at B-P

A Canajoharie native, Matthew Ehrenreich will start in the position on July 1.

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Capital project update: Week of May 1

Capital project update: Week of May 1

During the week of May 1, the Perth tennis courts, Broadalbin basketball courts and the nature trail will be taken out of service and will no longer be available for use.

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BPMS students ‘Splash into Science’ in Key Largo

BPMS students ‘Splash into Science’ in Key Largo

  A group of 24 BPMS students spent their spring break week in Key Largo, Florida for an interactive marine science adventure. The group spent more than a year fundraising for the educational travel experience called Splash Into Science. As part of the experience, students got the chance to swim with dolphins, dissect squid, snorkel off the beach […]

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Residents to vote on 2017-18 budget May 16

Residents to vote on 2017-18 budget May 16

On Tuesday, May 16, residents of the Broadalbin-Perth Central School District will vote on a proposed $34,697,486 budget for the 2017-18 school year.

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BPHS student wins art award for sculpture

BPHS student wins art award for sculpture

Broadalbin-Perth High School 10th-grader Sammantha Heyer received the Juror’s Choice Award for her sculpture “Steve the Peacock,” which was accepted into the FMCC Regional Juried High School Invitational Art Show. She received a prize of $100. The show runs through April 24, when there will be a closing reception and awards ceremony from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at […]

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BPMS names March Students of the Month

BPMS names March Students of the Month

Broadalbin-Perth has named its March Students of the Month, who all exemplify excellence, which was the word used to choose the honorees. They are, from left, Leah Brockum, sixth grade; Greta Spilken, seventh grade; Taylor Dingman, seventh grade; Riley Eipp, eighth grade; and Matthew Reichel, sixth grade.

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B-P breaks ground on $39.7 million capital project

B-P breaks ground on $39.7 million capital project

During spring break, construction crews demolished the maintenance building at the Perth campus.

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BPHS senior creates maze app

BPHS senior creates maze app

BPHS senior Jake Cope likes a challenge, and creating his own game app is one of his latest accomplishments.

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BPHS students get lessons in career success

BPHS students get lessons in career success

Students in Lynn Bond’s Career and Financial Management classes this week wrapped up a seven-session program aimed at giving them tools for career success.

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