B-P Elementary Drama Club Presents “Aladdin Kids” June 4-6

Tickets available for purchase starting Monday, May 10 The community is invited to attend the BPES Drama Club’s production of “Aladdin Kids” June 4-6, with three live performances scheduled to take place at Broadalbin-Perth Elementary School on an outdoor stage built specifically for the production. Friday and Saturday’s live performances will be at 6:30 p.m. …

Deadline to Register for 2021-2022 Pre-Kindergarten at Broadalbin-Perth is Thursday, May 20

The May 20 deadline to register your child for pre-kindergarten at Broadalbin-Perth for the 2021-2022 school year is quickly approaching! Children who will be at least four years old on or before December 1 who reside in the Broadalbin-Perth Central School District are eligible to attend the program. B-P offers a full-day pre-K program and …

B-P Junior High Student Council Celebrates Teacher Appreciation Week!

We appreciate our teachers EVERY day, but B-P’s Junior High Student Council found a really special way to recognize the teaching staff at B-P this week by serving them a breakfast and luncheon in honor of Teacher Appreciation Week. Student Council members are:  Josie Arcuri Rylee Brown Paton Carey Liliana Closson Skylar Eglin Marcy Hotaling …

B-P Jr./Sr. High School Drama Club Presents “Annie” This Weekend

Pre-recorded production will be streamed at 7 p.m. Friday, May 7 and Saturday, May 8 The Broadalbin-Perth Jr./Sr. High School Drama Club has spent the last four months preparing for their spring musical production of “Annie,” which will be available to view online at 7 p.m. Friday, May 7 and Saturday, May 8.  Streaming tickets …

B-P Junior/Senior High School announces Principal’s List, High Honor Roll and Honor Roll for 3rd quarter

Congratulations to the following students in grades 7-12 at Broadalbin-Perth Junior/Senior High School who were named to the Principal’s List (GPA 92.00-100.00), High Honor Roll (GPA 89.50 – 92.00) and Honor Roll (GPA 84.50 – 89.50) for the third quarter of the 2020-2021 school year. 2020-2021: Q3 Principal’s List (92.00-100.00) Grade 7 Riley Bakuzonis, Gabriel …

Capital project work on track to be 95% complete by September

When students return to school in September, 95% of Broadalbin-Perth’s 2016 capital project is expected to be completed. One of the primary objectives of the $39.7 million project — to reorganize the schools into one pre-K through grade 6 elementary school and one grades 7-12 junior/senior high school — was achieved this year. However, work …

April 23: Notification of positive COVID-19 cases at B-P

School district leaders at Broadalbin-Perth have learned of the following individuals who have tested positive for COVID-19 during the past week: One person associated with B-P Jr./Sr. High School who was last on site Wednesday, April 14. One person associated with B-P Elementary School who was last on site Thursday, April 15. One person associated …

Congratulations to our third quarter Successories Award recipients!

PRESENTING THE 3RD QUARTER SUCCESSORIES WINNERS:  From the left are Sharon Smith (sixth grade teaching assistant), Linda Biggers (fourth grade teaching assistant), Brian Henry (HS science teacher), Nichole Sullivan (Jr. HS math teacher) and Michele Giallonardo (sixth grade math teacher). Sharon Smith wins the day off! B-P Yeti travel mugs will be awarded to:  Linda …

B-P Junior High School names “Students of the Month” for March

Congratulations to the Broadalbin-Perth Junior High School “Students of the Month” for March. Each of the recipients were nominated by the Junior High School staff, based on the characteristic of the month:  EXCELLENCE Each of the honorees will be rewarded with a Subway coupon for a free 6-inch sub, given to them by Jr. High …

No tax levy increase in proposed 2021-22 budget

On May 18, qualified residents of the Broadalbin-Perth Central School District will vote on a proposed $38,760,750 budget for the 2021-22 school year. The proposed budget calls for no tax levy increase. The proposed budget represents a 7.98% spending increase from the 2020-21 school year. Two-thirds of that spending increase is a direct result of …