Work continues on Phase 1 of the Broadalbin-Perth Central School District’s $39.7 million capital project that will affect employee, parent, student and visitor use of the district’s facilities.
Starting Monday, May 22, the tennis courts at the Broadalbin campus will be taken out of service so crews can continue to prepare the area for the renovation of the district’s athletic facilities.
When students, faculty and staff return to school after Memorial Day weekend, changes to traffic flow and parking lot use at the Perth campus will go into effect and continue through the end of the school year:
- B-P employees must park in the Perth Bible Church parking lot across County Hwy 107 from the school. Temporary crosswalks will be put in place as a safety measure.
- Limited parking will be available in the Perth campus lot for parents and other visitors, as well as those who require access to handicap parking spaces.
- Student pick-up and drop-off will continue to take place in the designated lane. Parents and guardians should be aware of the modified traffic flow through the Perth parking lot (click on map to enlarge).
The baseball field at the Perth campus and softball field at the Broadalbin campus will be taken out of service after Memorial Day. Teams’ remaining practices and home games will be relocated to the remaining fields at Broadalbin and Perth, respectively.
Members of the school community can stay up-to-date on Capital Project work by visiting the Capital Project page on the district website, bpcsd.neric.org. In addition, information about any changes to the normal operation or use of school facilities will be posted to the district Facebook page and shared with faculty, staff, parents and residents through email and the B-P mobile app (available for Apple and Android devices).