Broadalbin-Perth proudly welcomed Coach Rich Johns and his Act with Respect Always Program at all four school buildings the week of Sept. 25. This pay-it forward movement is designed to build respect, leadership, teach positive and constructive behavior, and help stop bullying before it starts. Johns started Act With Respect Always during his 38 years […]
B-P is looking toward the spring, when its baseball and softball teams will begin using the new varsity fields at the Broadalbin campus.
The Broadalbin-Perth boys soccer teams will host the 9th annual Robin Blowers Patriot Pink Out on Tuesday, October 10. The event, which raises money for cancer research, is named in honor of the district’s beloved former principal, who lost her battle with cancer in August 2015. Schedule of events: 4:30 p.m. — Fun run around Patriot Field […]
BPMS is pulling out all the stops in October to promote messages of kindness, acceptance and inclusion.
Dr. Lawrence Silverman returns Oct. 3 with tips for parents designed to help their children improve their performance in school.
Congratulations to Megan O’Connor and Alex Gardner, the Student Athletes of the Week for Sept. 18-23! Student athletes are nominated each week by their coaches for notable performances, statistics, or anything they deem outstanding and worth recognizing. Megan O’Connor (Senior – Varsity Girls Soccer) Megan was a leader on and off the field for her team […]
In this letter, Superintendent Stephen Tomlinson shares how B-P works with law enforcement officials to keep children safe from registered sex offenders.
Schools all over New York state are beginning to phase in new science standards that set expectations for what all students should know and be able to do from prekindergarten to twelfth grade. Your child’s science class at Broadalbin-Perth may start to look different in the 2017-18 school year as his or her school begins […]
Representatives from a variety of colleges, as well as the U.S. Army, will visit BPHS to meet with students between now and early November.
Valerie Hamel’s second grade class at The Learning Community will soon have a lot more books to read. On the first day of school, Hamel found out that she had won a $500 grant from Scholastic. “This is like winning the lottery,” Hamel said. “More books means more opportunities for my students to find something […]