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    Communications Staff-2/24/15
Select music students perform in county-wide music festival
Select members of the Broadalbin-Perth Intermediate School Band, Middle School Band, High School Band and Middle School Chorus participated in a county-wide music festival earlier this month. Read More »

Volleyball tourney to benefit B-P student athletes

Don’t miss the action of the second annual Glenn Aery Classic Volleyball Tournament set for Saturday, March 14 at the Broadalbin-Perth High School Gymnasium.
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Register your child for Pre-K or Kindergarten

The Learning Community at Broadalbin-Perth is now accepting registrations for pre-kindergarten and kindergarten for the 2015-16 school year. Parents who would like to register their child for school should call The Learning Community office at 954-2650.
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Father-Daughter dance planned for March 7

The Class of 2017 is planning a Father-Daughter Dance for 6 to 9 p.m. March 7 in the high school gymnasium. It is open to all females in the school district and their guests. The evening will include music, food, a 50-50 raffle, door prizes and more. Tickets are $20 per couple and $5 for each additional child.

Download the flyer for more information and to reserve tickets.

BPIS fifth-graders' FLL project grabs TV headlines

The fifth-grade FIRST Lego League team known as the FLL Amigos was recently featured in a story on Time Warner Cable News about their project that developed a sensory tool to help those with autism learn how to write.
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BPMS spelling bee advances three to county event

Broadalbin-Perth Middle School recently held its annual spelling bee to determine winners in each grade who advance to the Fulton County Spelling Bee next month in Gloversville.

BPIS spelling bees crown three champions

Broadalbin-Perth Intermediate School crowned three students spelling bee champs on Thursday, Feb. 5, as third-, fourth- and fifth-graders competed in the annual event.
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BPMS teacher earns Master Teacher status

Middle School sixth-grade teacher Michael Nacheman has been named a New York State Master Teacher.
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Tips for parents on keeping their kids safe online

Middle and high school students on Wednesday, Jan. 14, attended a presentation by law enforcement on cyber safety, where they learned about the impact of and laws surrounding cyberbullying and ways to stay safe online, including what kinds of things to post on social media.

Parents play an important role in keeping kids safe online. BPCSD offers some tips to help parents ensure their children aren’t engaging in risky behavior online.


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BPMS students take home award from Future Cities Competition

A group of four Broadalbin-Perth Middle School students took home the award for “Best Green Design Model” at Saturday’s regional Future City Competition at Proctor’s in Schenectady, their reward for hundreds of hours of work.
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