Class of 2019 Graduation, June 26

Nearly 250 students in the class of 2019 will walk across the stage at SPAC to accept their high school diplomas on Wednesday, June 26 at noon. This ceremony is a district milestone because it’s marks the 100th commencement celebration. BH-BL became a consolidated school district in 1915, and the first graduates were from the …

Coaches “Camp Out” on Roof

Pashey PE teachers are certainly true to their word! The school and PTA held its first Boosterthon Fundraiser and if $20,000 was raised for a new running track, Coaches Cohen and Ferrie agreed to camp out on the roof. Well, they raised the money so…it was the coaches turn to stick to their word. Earlier …

2019-20 School Supply Lists

To help make the start of a new school year a little less busy, Pashley teachers are providing 2019-20 school supply lists now. Take a look below and click on your child’s teacher for a complete supply list. Grade 1 Mrs. Fernau Mrs. Gillgallon Grade 2 Mrs. Bowker Grade 3 Mrs. Engelhard Grade 4 Grade …

Summer Reading Challenge

Pashley Library Media Specialist Mrs. Neddo is challenging all Polar Bears to a Summer Reading Challenge. Can you read for at least 20 minutes each day this summer? She certain hopes so! The challenge runs from Friday, June 21 to Saturday, August 31. Psst: Don’t forget the power of audio books.  Grab one for the …

Yearbooks on sale, $40

Calling all OMS students–don’t forget to purchase your 2018-19 yearbook!  They are available for $40.  Students can bring their money (cash or check payable to BH-BL CSD) to Mrs. Kibler’s room 220.

Students Program Robots to Complete an Obstacle Course

Exploring Computer Science students had fun testing their programming skills through an end-of-the-unit robotics project that challenged them to train their robots to complete an obstacle course hands-free. To successfully complete this obstacle course (and thus earning a passing grade), the students’ robots had to be programmed to first reverse out of their designated parking …

Aquatic ‘Bots Take a Dip in HS Pool

Robotics students take a dive into the world of aquatic robotics during their Sea Perch challenge. Sea Perch  is a program originally sponsored by the US Navy in which students design, build, and drive autonomous underwater vehicles. Students were challenged to compete against each other in three events: speed race, an underwater obstacle course, and …

Modified Rowers Win 1st Place in Championship

Congratulations to Grade 8 Rowing 🚣‍♂️Quad members Derek Sitors, Zach Kasparian, Brian Corey, and Jackson Bower (with Coach Shelby Kislowski) and Doubles members (Zach Kasparian and Brian Corey) place first in their categories🥇🏆 (and having the fasted time of the day) at the June 1 Modified Rowing Championship! Other team wins include three 2nd Places, …

32 student athletes sign Letters of Intent

Congratulations to the 32 BH-BL student athletes who signed Letters of Intent committing to play college-level sports in the fall. 🎉👏 #GreatDay2BeASpartan  Good luck next year to Gordy Adams (🥍Cortland), Noah Agoney (🥍HVCC), Max Blowers (🏃‍♂️ St. John Fisher), Mollie Boone (⚽️ Union), Jalen Bocyck (🏈 Brockport), Josh Crowder (🏃‍♂️ Gordon), Vincent Daviero (🏈 Brockport), Lindsey DeBonis (🏐 St. John Fisher), John …

Fourth graders present “Birth of a Nation” Living Museum

When visitors walked into the fourth-grade classrooms at Stevens Elementary School on Friday, May 17 they were instantly transported to back to 1775. It was a period when there was great unrest in the American colonies over the unfair treatment of the colonists by England’s King George III and Parliament. The Patriots were tired of …