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Meteorologists are predicting an ice storm for the area that will arrive this afternoon possibly during the district's normal dismissal hours. At this time, all BH-BL schools are operating on a regular schedule. However, school officials are concerned about the timing of the storm and its potential impact on student safety. A decision will be made by 11 am if the afternoon dismissal schedule needs to be altered or can remain the same. Student safety is a priority and we want to keep families informed so we encourage parents to check the BH-BL website, social media channels, and SNN (email) today for updates.
BH-BL parents and students are invited to attend a free viewing of the new film "Screenagers" on Tuesday, Jan. 17 at 6:30 p.m. at the BH-BL HS auditorium. The film focuses on how the digital age impacts children by... [DETAILS & SCREENAGERS PREVIEW]
Congratulations to BH-BL High School students whose artwork has been chosen for the Saratoga All-Stars Art Exhibition. The show runs from Jan. 14 through Feb. 25. We hope you'll join us to celebrate with our talented student artists. [VIEW ARTWORK]
Due to the malfunction of a main drainage pipe which had the potential to create an unsafe structure, the high school pool has been closed and drained in anticipation of repairs. Because of the complexity of the repairs, it is estimated the pool will be closed until late winter or early spring. This means the community swim program is cancelled and the boys swim team has been relocated for the remainder of its season. [READ MORE]
Don't forget to sign up for winter 2017 Continuing Education classes on Wednesday and Thursday, Jan. 11 and 12 from 6:30 to 8 p.m. in the main lobby at O'Rourke Middle School. The brochure will be in mailboxes this week, but you can also view a PDF of the winter 2017 brochure. Class registration can also be done via regular mail. Questions? Contact Continuing Education Director Dacey Bonney at email@example.com. [BROCHURE] [CON'T ED INFO]
Congratulations to Mr. Semon's Participation in Government students Steven Hogan, Matt Darling, Maria Devito and Kyle Farmer who were recently honored with VFW Voice of Democracy awards. Each year nearly 40,000 high school students from across the country enter the VFW’s Voice of Democracy audio-essay competition to win a share of $2.2 million in educational scholarships and incentive awards at each competition level--local, state and national.
Ms. O'Rourke's fourth-grade class at Pashley Elementary School spent the past three weeks learning about, researching, and studying Native American history. The culmination of their hard works was a ... [READ MORE & PHOTOS]
At its Dec. 13 regular meeting, the outcome of BH-BL Board of Education’s vote on the NYS Veterans’ Tax Exemption was split with two yes votes, two no votes, and one abstention. Additionally two board members were not present. This resolution did not receive the majority of votes (4) for adoption. [READ MORE]
Athletic Director Joe Scalise and Coach Button recognized the Boys Varsity Cross Country team that was presented at the Dec. 13 meeting with a Board of Education Resolution of Appreciation for being NYS champions!
Now that the winter weather has arrived, we’d like to remind parents and students of BH-BL’s school delay and closing procedures. When determining whether to delay or close school, the decision-making process begins at 4:30 a.m. and includes ...[READ MORE]