February, 2018

Superintendent letter addresses school safety, announces community forum

Superintendent letter addresses school safety, announces community forum

A March 28 forum will feature the Fulton County district attorney and sheriff, who will be on hand to provide information and answer questions.

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Eighth-graders unplug during annual trip to Raquette Lake

Eighth-graders unplug during annual trip to Raquette Lake

The Project Adventure participants hiked, snowshoed and cross-country skied at the historic educational facility.

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B-P recognizes National School Counselors Week

B-P recognizes National School Counselors Week

B-P’s school counselors are Jen Steele and Stephanie Hotaling at the middle school, and Charla Simonson and Jen Grimmick at the high school. 

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Kindergartners start digital literacy journey

Kindergartners start digital literacy journey

A homemade campfire sparked a conversation about technology as a tool and basic internet safety.

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B-P community comes together to feed hungry children around the world

B-P community comes together to feed hungry children around the world

Volunteers needed to help package 50,000 meals on Saturday, Feb. 10.

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Intermediate school students invited to participate in American Young Voices concert

Students in grades 3-5 at Broadalbin-Perth Intermediate School have the opportunity to join thousands of students from the Greater Capital Region as performers in the American Young Voices concert on June 7 at the Times Union Center in Albany. Sign-ups are going on now through Feb. 7, and rehearsals will take place every Friday after […]

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Congratulations to the middle school students of the month!

Congratulations to the middle school students of the month!

February’s Students of the Month at the middle school are Shane Pohl, 6th grade; Ralph King, 6th grade; Emmanuel Veeder, 7th grade;  Maria Stewart, 8th grade. 

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