HS SGO Hosts Drive Thru Trick-or-Treating & more at Fall Fest, Oct. 30

Get ready for some socially distanced Trick-or-Treating fun on Friday, Oct. 30 from 4-6 p.m. in the BH-BL High School back parking lot (gym entrance). The school’s Student Government Organization (SGO) is hosting a Fall Fest with safe, drive-thru trick-or-treating for elementary-aged students; club- and class-run booths with items for sale, and pre-order, take-home dinners. …

A head-to-toe lesson in healthcare for BH-BL HS Student Abigail Smith

You could say that students in the Two Year Sequence of Health Careers program at Capital Region BOCES learn the art of nursing from head to toe. During a recent lesson in Adam Mainville’s class, students practiced hand and feet care on mannequins, a skill not only in demand as the population ages, but also …

Health Update: New Guidance for Students/Staff Exhibiting COVID symptoms

The New York State Department of Health has recently issued updated guidance for schools in dealing with students and staff who exhibit symptoms during the school day that could be related to COVID-19. Students with one or more of the symptoms below will need to be evaluated by their Healthcare Provider (HCP) and may need …

Holiday Food Drive Monetary Donations, Oct. 19-Nov. 9

BH-BL is once again partnering with Captain (CHS) and Helping Hands to feed our community families for Thanksgiving and Christmas. This year, more than ever,  these organization need your help. Due to COVID-19, food collections are on hold this year. Instead, monetary donations are being collected and will be used to purchase food items needed …

Staff Member Tests Positive; No School Exposure

Late this morning, school officials were informed that a Stevens Elementary School staff member tested positive for COVID-19. The individual has not been in school since Friday, Oct. 2, and was not exposed to the COVID-19 virus until sometime after the individual left school on Oct. 2. BH-BL’s COVID-19 Coordinator and school leaders have been …

Buildings Closed & Events Cancelled, Oct. 7

Due to massive power outages and heavy rains throughout the Capital Region, all after-school activities and sporting events (games & practices) are cancelled. Additionally, many buses are running late. The Transportation Department reports, however, that all buses are safe. Many are being rerouted in numerous locations. UPDATE: 4:41 pm— Students have been safely dropped off …