As one of only 20 high schools in New York state to require a standalone personal finance course prior to graduation, Broadalbin-Perth has been named a Gold Standard School by Next Gen Personal Finance (NGPF), a leading advocacy group supporting personal finance education in U.S. high schools.
In a sea of red, white, and blue, Patriot pride was in full swing at the annual pep rally as the football team prepared to take on the Cohoes Tigers. Showing their Patriot pride, chanting, playing games, and cheering, the entire student body from seventh grade to seniors assembled in the Robert C. Munn Gymnasium to show off their school spirit.
Jenna Orapello is a Project Lead the Way Computer Science teacher. She always wanted to be a teacher since she was a little girl playing school with her sister and cousin. She loves her students and she's making a difference every day.
Does your child or teen struggle to meet deadlines and be on time? Drop clothing on the floor as soon as they take it off? Leave papers strewn everywhere with no systems for keeping track of them? This webinar is for you!
Congratulations to the first recipients of the Most Valuable Patriot (MVP) award! Athletic trainer Rachel Simkins and second grade aide Heather Zugzda are the recipients of the MVP award for September.
Students who are lactose intolerant have the option of being served lactose-free milk during breakfast and lunch at Broadalbin-Perth schools.
Through a partnership with Hudson Headwaters Health Network, Broadalbin-Perth is bringing preventative dental services and dental education directly to the district's elementary students.
First day of school pop quiz: Build a 10-foot-long bridge capable of holding up to six students using just wood. No nails. No bolts. No screws.
Broadalbin-Perth Elementary School and the B-P Parent-Teacher Organization (PTO) welcomed students back to school with the third annual Chalk the Walk event.
The smiles. The anticipation. The tears. We saw all the emotions as our pre-K students started their educational journey at Broadalbin-Perth Elementary School.
Calendars are available in the school and district main offices, at two local banks, and at Adirondack Country Market in the Village of Broadalbin.
Classrooms are prepped. Teachers are ready. And students are back! Judging from all the smiles, it was a great first day and we are ready for a fantastic school year.
First Choice Financial Federal Credit Union has partnered with Broadalbin-Perth to install an ATM machine in the lobby of the Robert C. Munn Gymnasium at the junior/senior high school.
Three years ago, as schools were seeking a return to a sense of normalcy in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, Broadalbin-Perth created its first girls’ golf team. This year, the girls' golf team is looking to make sectionals as a team for the first time in school history.