Virtual spring concert scheduled

The B-P music department is back by popular demand. The 2021 Spring Virtual Concert is set to premiere on the district’s YouTube Channel at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, June 2. EmbeddedYouTube Video about Virtual Spring Concert

B-P’s fifth grade class takes part in “Outdoor Education Day”

B-P’s fifth graders took advantage of some summer-like weather this week and moved their classrooms outside! The students rotated through three different stations and participated in activities that reinforced concepts learned in science on habitats and ecosystems, and in the poetry unit of ELA. In addition to reinforcing curriculum, the fifth grade teachers also incorporated …

B-P Junior High School Names Students of the Month for April

Congratulations to the April 2021 Students of the Month at the B-P Junior High School:  Chase Tyler (7th grade), Ben Sturgess (8th grade) and Isabella Kopsick (Mrs. Loatman’s Class) All three students were nominated for the honor by the staff at B-P Junior High School, based on the characteristic of the month, CONFIDENCE. Each of …

May 20: Notification of positive COVID-19 case at B-P

School district leaders at Broadalbin-Perth have learned of the following individual who has tested positive for COVID-19: One person associated with B-P Jr./Sr. High School who was last on site Thursday, May 13. The district has already contacted everyone known to have been in contact with this individual. We are committed to keeping our school …

B-P residents approve budget, buses

By a vote of 371 to 93, residents of the Broadalbin-Perth Central School District approved a $38,760,750 budget for the 2021-22 school year. The approved budget calls for a 7.98% spending increase from the 2020-21 school year and no increase to the district’s tax levy. District residents also approved (366 to 95) a proposition that …

9th Grade English Class: “Great Ice Cream Debate”

B-P teacher Chereith Vincent was very impressed with the creativity her ninth grade English students showed recently, as they persuasively convinced her to incorporate ice cream into their argumentative writing/debate unit.  The students suggested ice cream as their next debate topic, and it was not very difficult to convince Ms. Vincent! Freshman Haleigh Hansen utilized …

Two B-P Odyssey of the Mind teams set to compete at World Finals

– Division III team (grades 9-12) will travel to Orlando, FL in June; Fundraisers will help offset travel costs – Division II team (grades 6-8) to compete virtually In keeping with the district’s storied tradition of a robust Odyssey of the Mind program, two of the four B-P teams that participated in the COVID-altered season …