After B-P’s sixth season participating in FIRST LEGO League, program coordinator Jon Aery has a ridiculous number of LEGOs.
Participants have the opportunity to share information about their business or school with students.
A public groundbreaking ceremony is planned for 6 p.m. Wednesday, April 22.
Congratulations to the middle school Students of the Month for December! The word used to pick the students this month was “Honesty.”
The time draws near for B-P students to search between couch cushions, under car seats and deep in every pocket for spare change — as the annual Rise Against Hunger fundraiser revs into gear.
“I think it’s awesome that we have this opportunity at the Middle School,” said Mrs. DiNatalie. “Getting kids into exploratory science at the middle school level, that was a niche that hadn’t been filled before. Kids are really intrigued by getting a choice of what they study in middle school.”
Students indicated their interest in skiing through a survey conducted in 2015. A new version of that survey is being conducted now at BPMS and BPHS.
The Broadalbin-Perth Middle School Future City team went up against middle schools from around the Capital Region this weekend and took home a slew of awards, including second place overall.