Congratulations to our second quarter Successories Award recipients!

Fifth grade ELA teacher Carly Baker wins the day off! B-P Yeti travel mugs will be awarded to Sydney Rivenburg, Allyson Chorba, Gary Osarczuk & Mary Chizek. We are proud to announce the second quarter Successories winners for the 2021-22 school year! Carly Baker will receive a personal day and our other Successory recipients will …

Update: Mask mandate remains in effect while court proceedings continue

Dear neighbors and colleagues, As you may be aware, on Monday, Jan. 24, a Nassau County Supreme Court judge ruled that the way the state created its mask mandate was unconstitutional and a violation of state law. However, following a court hearing today, a “stay” was issued on this decision. This means that the mask …

Jan. 12: Virtual Parent University: Child Safety and Trafficking Awareness

B-P is offering a virtual Parent University course about child safety and trafficking awareness from 6:30-7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 12, on Google Meet. This Parent University is presented by the Mental Health Association of Fulton and Montgomery Counties and will feature speakers Melissa Geier and Nancy Deumaga. The course will provide an overview of …

B-P Hosts First Alpine Ski Race

The Broadalbin-Perth Alpine Ski team hosted its first-ever alpine race – and the first race of the season for Section II – on Dec. 29 at Oak Mountain in Speculator.   The Holiday race featured two separate slalom runs, with five schools competing, including B-P, Johnstown, Saratoga, Shenendehowa and CBA. This winter marks the third …

Letter: B-P is committed to keeping schools open; at-home test kits available

Dear parents and caregivers, As we ring in the new year, I know many of you are experiencing renewed worries about the COVID-19 pandemic, especially the highly contagious Omicron variant of the virus. I have heard from some of you who have questioned what Broadalbin-Perth is doing to keep students and staff safe. So, I …

Voluntary COVID testing for B-P employees, students underway

Broadalbin-Perth is offering random COVID-19 testing of vaccinated Broadalbin-Perth employees who opt to be tested, as well as students whose parents opt them in for testing. The district has been conducting state-mandated testing of unvaccinated employees and voluntary testing of vaccinated employees and students since November. To help parents and employees make an informed decision …