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On Tuesday, May 21, qualified residents of the Broadalbin-Perth Central School District will vote on a proposed $41,738,473 budget for the 2024-25 school year. The proposed budget represents a 1.15% spending increase and a year-to-year tax levy increase of 0.97%, which is below the district’s calculated tax levy “cap” of 3.02%.

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BHPS students learn about marketing at Baseball Hall of Fame

Home run! Students from Broadablin-Perth Jr./Sr. High School recently had the opportunity to visit the National Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, N.Y., where they learned about the business side of the organization. Students heard from Scot Mondore, the director of licenses and sales/marketing, who provided an overview of marketing and gave them first-hand insights from the hall of fame. After the presentation, students were invited to take a guided tour through the museum. 

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Four BPHS students compete at FBLA State Leadership Conference 

Four students from Broadalbin-Perth Jr./Sr. High School Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) recently attended the State Leadership Conference in Rochester. These students successfully competed at the divisional meeting, allowing them to be eligible to compete at states. The three-day event hosted 752 attendees from 53 schools across New York state. The four students competing from BPHS were sophomores Logan Haight, Evelynn Magagnos, and Jay Mannato, and junior Alex Vogel. 

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First Choice Financial Federal Credit Union presents on personal finance

Students in Wendy Stokna's personal finance class at Broadalbin-Perth Jr./Sr. High School recently had a visit from First Choice Financial Federal Credit Union to learn about managing finances. Christine Carpenter and Paul Naslund presented on financial awareness, speaking about the connection between financial institutions and success with personal finance.

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rendering of skilled trades classroom

Members of the Broadalbin-Perth Board of Education adopted a $37,845,000 capital project proposal during their regular monthly meeting, Monday, March 18. If approved by voters during a May 21 referendum, the project would address health and safety concerns and infrastructure needs; expand classroom space for the district’s construction and skilled trades program; and renovate and improve existing learning spaces.

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B-P hosts inaugural Skilled Trades and Engineering Fair

Broadalbin-Perth Jr./Sr. High School recently hosted more than 45 vendors for the district's first Skilled Trades and Engineering Fair. The fair was open to students at BPHS, as well as students in neighboring districts. The event was deemed a success, with more than 500 students in attendance from five different school districts. Many of the vendors were also B-P alumni, who were eager to return to the school and share with students possible career options.

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BPHS students visit Utica University for Communication Career Day

Students from Broadalbin-Perth High School were recently given the opportunity to visit Utica University for their 2024 High School Communication Career Day. A collaborative effort between the Business Education Department and Charla Simonson in the Guidance Department, the day gave seven BPHS business students the chance to hear from a panel of professionals and attend career-focused workshops. Topics included sports journalism, social media marketing, digital marketing, communications, public relations, and university sports information from the Utica Comets. 

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