Including architects' drawings, newsletter & list of all projects
We hope you had a fun and relaxing summer, but are ready to come back to school. Classes begin for grades 1 through 12 on Tuesday, Sept. 8. The first day of kindergarten is Wednesday, Sept. 9.
The 2015-16 districtwide calendar should appear in residents' mailboxes this week. If you do not get a calendar by the end of the week, you can stop by any of the schools or district office for a copy.
Whether you are interested in computers, fitness classes or even financial planning, the fall 2015 Continuing Education is loaded with opportunities. Don't wait, classes fill up quickly. The brochure was inserted in the 2015-16 calendar (see above) along with the BH-BL Swim Program flyer. It is also available here.
BH-BL will be turning 100 next school year! It’s quite an accomplishment to be able to celebrate 100 years of academic excellence and progression, and as such BH-BL has big plans! On Saturday, Oct. 10... [READ MORE]
It's an exciting time at BH-BL as our schools, parking lots and athletic fields undergo renovations. As a reminder, we kindly ask that people refrain from entering construction zones for a variety of safety and security purposes. It is especially important that people not walk on the turf field, as it is not yet complete and could get damaged. Additionally, entry into construction areas is unauthorized and could be dangerous. Please abide by the safety signs posted around the construction sites. We will continue to post photos of the renovations work on our Facebook page and website so residents can view the progress digitally. Thank you.
Today, 282 BH-BL seniors walked across the stage to accept their high school diplomas. Congratulations graduates on all your hard work. Good luck on your next adventure. [WATCH FULL SCREEN VIDEO MONTAGE]
Last fall, the Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake, Niskayuna, and Scotia-Glenville school districts formalized a long-standing practice to provide shared student transportation to out-of-district locations, and agreed to continue to study possibilities for greater efficiencies and cost sharing down the road. [READ MORE]