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    Communications Staff-7/22/14
Bradley Strait Named Building Leader at TLC
Bradley Strait, who has worked as a special education teacher at The Learning Community at Broadalbin-Perth since 2004, has been appointed building leader and dean of students at the school. Members of the Board of Education approved the appointment during executive session Monday evening. Strait begins his new role today. He replaces Teresa LaFountain, who is the district’s new director of curriculum and instruction/grant coordinator. Read More »

TLC Supply Lists for 2014-15 Available

Supply lists for those entering kindergarten, first, second and third grades are now available.
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Intermediate School Supply Lists for 2014-15 Available

Supply lists for those entering third, fourth and fifth grade are now available.
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Middle School Supply Lists for 2014-15 Available

Supply lists for those entering sixth, seventh and eighth grade are now available.
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Freshmen Orientation Planned for Students, Parents

To ease the transition from middle to high school, an orientation for incoming freshmen at Broadalbin-Perth High School is planned for Tuesday, Aug. 26.
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Broadalbin-Perth Bids a Fond Farewell to the Class of 2014

Savor the moment. Make interesting mistakes. Don’t sweat the small stuff. Be who you want to be. These are just some of the words of wisdom given to the 130 members of the Broadalbin-Perth Class of 2014 during their commencement ceremony on Friday, June 27.
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Long-time TLC Teacher Gets Emotional Send-off

In a pink feather boa and a fancy paper crown with which her colleagues lovingly adorned her, Mary Sniezyk tearfully shared her last arrival at The Learning Community at Broadalbin-Perth as a second-grade teacher with a crowd gathered in her honor.
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TLC Pre-K Students Celebrate With Moving Up Ceremony

The Broadalbin-Perth pre-kindergartners celebrated the end of their school year Tuesday, June 24 with a Moving Up ceremony in the high school auditorium and a reception in the cafeteria.
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Broadalbin-Perth Recognizes Outstanding Faculty and Staff

“Be proud of the work you’re doing.” That was the message given to the faculty and staff of the Broadalbin-Perth Central School District by Superintendent of Schools Stephen Tomlinson during the district’s annual employee recognition program on Thursday, June 26. During the program, the district recognized its retirees, newly tenured faculty, and employees who reached service milestones during the 2013-14 school year.
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Broadalbin-Perth Makes Changes to Mass Communication Systems

During the next several weeks, Broadalbin-Perth will be making changes to the tools it uses to communicate with large numbers of parents, staff and community members at one time via phone, email and SMS text message. The district is moving all of its mass notification capabilities to ParentLink, the company that created the district’s mobile app, which is available on Android (Google) and Apple devices.
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B-P Summer Book Club to Keep Kids Learning Until September

The dreaded “summer slide” won’t be a problem for Broadalbin-Perth students who participate in the second annual B-P Summer Book Club, which begins Monday, June 30. Through the club, B-P students will be encouraged to read and respond to what they read through writing, artwork and other mediums, and have their work posted to the district website.
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Intermediate School Students Participate in Annual Wellness Day

Students at the Broadalbin-Perth Intermediate School recently participated in the annual Wellness Day celebration at the school. All the students gathered in the gym for some live music and dancing before moving on to various activities in the classrooms and hallways. Some of the day's highlights included badminton, Wii games, making birdhouses and scooter games.
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TLC Kindergartners Enjoy Their Own ‘County Fair’

The courtyard of The Learning Community on Friday morning was transformed into a scaled-down version of a county fair, complete with farm animals to pet, ponies to ride, carnival games and more.
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Broadalbin-Perth Sixth-grader Wins Writing Contest

Broadalbin-Perth Middle School sixth-grader Timothy Lais was recently chosen as a winner of Scholastic Action magazine’s “Read, Write, Win!” contest.
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Nature Trail Becomes Classroom for Broadalbin-Perth TLC Students

With the June weather beckoning everyone outside, students in The Learning Community have been getting some fresh air with their reading lessons.
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Literary Bonds Hold Together Broadalbin-Perth Intermediate Students

A group of five Broadalbin-Perth Intermediate School students found a tie that bound them together long after having Lisa Caughey as a third-grade teacher.
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BPHS Students Receive Year-End Awards

Congratulations to all of the Broadalbin-Perth High School students who were recognized during Monday evening’s awards ceremony. Click here to view the award winners.

B-P Second-Graders Experiment with Science

Second-graders at The Learning Community filled the school’s gymnasium with dozens of science projects on Friday, June 6, sharing their hypotheses and outcomes with classmates and parents.
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B-P's Coveney Wins State Championship

Broadalbin-Perth's Jake Coveney won the Division 2 pentathlon state championship Saturday at the New York State Public High School Athletic Association meet.
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Matt Gage Drafted by San Francisco Giants

Matt Gage has taken one giant step closer to fulfilling his childhood dream. Literally. The Siena Baseball ace was selected in the 10th Round (298th Pick) by the San Francisco Giants in Major League Baseball's First-Year Player Draft Friday.
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Regents and Local Exam Schedules

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