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July, 2017

Capital project update: Drone flyover (video)

Capital project update: Drone flyover (video)

Are you curious about the capital project work being done on our campuses? Check out this brief flyover video for a bird’s eye view of the action.

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State requires two doses of meningitis vaccination before grade 12

State requires two doses of meningitis vaccination before grade 12

Does your child need to be vaccinated before the start of the 2017-18 school year to meet the new state requirement?

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Jaws of Life demonstration is a powerful prevention tactic in B-P driver’s ed class

Jaws of Life demonstration is a powerful prevention tactic in B-P driver’s ed class

Have you ever seen an airbag set off in a vehicle? Before Friday, most of the teenagers in Broadalbin-Perth’s driver’s education course had not.

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BYC football registration

Registration for BYC football is now open for Broadalbin-Perth students entering grades 1-6. Registration costs are as follows: Flag (Grades 1-2) – $45 Juniors (Grades 3-4) – $85 Seniors (Grades 5-6) – $85 Click here to register (registration is online only). Clinics begin in early to mid-August. Coaching positions are also available; there is no […]

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Letter: Sixth-grade orientation

Dear families of incoming sixth-graders, We would like to take this opportunity to welcome you and your child to Broadalbin-Perth Middle School. We are very excited to partner with you as your child makes the important transition from intermediate to middle school. This transition is clearly an important event in your child’s life, and it […]

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Capital project update: July 27

Capital project update: July 27

As of July 27, Patriot Field is closed for resurfacing.

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Why summer boredom can be positive for kids

Why summer boredom can be positive for kids

Parent Today lets you in on a little secret: It’s OK to let your kids be bored once in a while – and research says they should actually be allowed to be bored.

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First-graders raise money to foster an orphaned elephant

First-graders raise money to foster an orphaned elephant

As part of B-P’s Summer Academy, students raised money and promoted awareness of orphaned elephants during their fundraiser.

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Help your child avoid the dreaded summer slide

Help your child avoid the dreaded summer slide

To help offset learning loss for students, Parent Today shares some tried and true approaches to help curtail the summer slide.

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BPMS students invited to take a pair of hikes

Students entering grades 7-9 are invited to join science teacher Michael Nacheman for a pair of hikes, July 18-19, in a FREE summer mini-course.

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