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June, 2017

4th quarter Successories winners recognized

4th quarter Successories winners recognized

The fourth quarter winners in B-P’s “Successories” program have been selected for the 2016-17 school year, rewarding a bus driver with a personal day off and four teachers with restaurant gift cards.

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B-P celebrates 30th commencement

B-P celebrates 30th commencement

Congratulations to the 130 members of the BPHS Class of 2017!

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B-P recognizes faculty and staff during year-end program

B-P recognizes faculty and staff during year-end program

B-P recognized some outstanding employees and those reaching milestones in 2016-17 during its staff recognition program Thursday.

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Kindergartners enjoy their own ‘County Fair’

Kindergartners enjoy their own ‘County Fair’

On Thursday morning, the lawn next to Patriot Field was transformed into a scaled-down version of a county fair, complete with animals to pet, ponies to ride, and carnival games.

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Fifth-graders unveil Tree of Character mosaic

Fifth-graders unveil Tree of Character mosaic

Representatives of the Broadalbin-Perth Class of 2024 unveiled the Tree of Character mosaic during a special reception Wednesday, June 14.

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BPMS names June Students of the Month

BPMS names June Students of the Month

Broadalbin-Perth Middle School has selected its Students of the Month for June, who were selected based on the word “sharing.” The honorees were Jade Orapello, sixth grade; Tyler MacDougall, eighth grade; Andrew Simonds, seventh grade; and Kody Rogers, seventh grade.

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BPMS names May Students of the Month

BPMS names May Students of the Month

Broadalbin-Perth Middle School has selected its Students of the Month for May, who were selected based on the word “trustworthy.” The honorees were Antonio Priamo, sixth grade; Harley Lindwall, seventh grade; Brieanne Pliskin, eighth grade; Shelby Fenton, seventh grade; and Samantha Murphy, eighth grade.

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Capital project update: Week of June 19

Capital project update: Week of June 19

On June 26, the Perth campus will close to everyone except 12-month employees and the Route 126 entrance to the Broadalbin campus will close for the summer.

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Registration open for summer drama program

The B-P summer drama program, which is open to students entering grades 2-9, will present “The Jungle Book, Jr.” to the community after six weeks of rehearsal.

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TLC hosts inaugural Maker Faire

TLC hosts inaugural Maker Faire

TLC students on Monday put their imaginations and creativity to the test at the school’s first Maker Faire.

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