BPMS students used their creativity to spread the word about addiction prevention.
B-P is looking to make global impact through STOP Hunger Now, a non-profit organization that distributes meals through partner organizations around the world.
The Dumpster Divers, a team of six Broadalbin Perth High School students, created a greenhouse out of more than 2,000 plastic drink bottles and raffled it off at the Homecoming football game earlier this month. High school teacher Christine Kotraba won the greenhouse and donated it to the BPHS Life Skills class to use. The […]
BPMS students on Tuesday took part in National Mix It Up at Lunch Day. The event is part of a national campaign which encourages students to identify, question and cross social boundaries by eating lunch and interacting with classmates they might not know very well. Students sat at a table based on the color paper […]
During the Homecoming Parade on Oct. 14, the Broadalbin-Perth Booster Club determined the winners of the float contest were: Third place ($100): Sophomore Class Second Place ($200): Junior Class First Place ($300): Intermediate School
A letter from Superintendent Stephen Tomlinson describes the results of water testing completed at The Learning Community and the middle school kitchen.