High School

HS Principal
Margaret Blowers, Principal
Email: BlowersM@bpcsd.org
Office Personnel
Assistant Principal - Adam Barnhart - 954-2604
Athletic Director - Mike Calvello - 954-2699
Secretary - Nora Horton - 954-2600
Social Worker - Marshall Gottung - 954-2625
School Nurse - Ambyr Towne - 954-2610

High School News

by Communications Staff on January 30, 2015
The Drama Club at Broadalbin-Perth High School has finalized its cast list and is hard at work on its spring show “Shrek the Musical.”
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by Communications Staff on January 27, 2015
High School students and staff members can purchase paper hearts for $1 each to benefit the American Heart Association. Nutrition Club Members will sell the hearts during lunch, and they can be purchased at the nurse's office.

BPHS also will be participating in National Wear Red Day on Feb. 6. Information on this event can be found at GoRedForWomen.org/WearRedDay.

by Communications Staff on January 14, 2015
Middle and high school students on Wednesday, Jan. 14, attended a presentation by law enforcement on cyber safety, where they learned about the impact of and laws surrounding cyberbullying and ways to stay safe online, including what kinds of things to post on social media.

Parents play an important role in keeping kids safe online. BPCSD offers some tips to help parents ensure their children aren’t engaging in risky behavior online.

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by Communications Staff on November 23, 2014
During their regular monthly meeting, members of the Broadalbin-Perth Board of Education voted unanimously to appoint Michael Calvello to the position of marching band director.
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by Communications Staff on September 17, 2014
As you may be aware from recent media coverage, several states in the Midwest reported clusters of a respiratory illness known as Enterovirus D68 (EV-D68) affecting children and others over the last few weeks; more recently, cases of EV-D68 have been confirmed in New York. The Broadalbin-Perth Central School District is providing information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the New York State Department of Health (DOH) to help parents and community members become better informed about the illness and to help prevent the spread of the illness.
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