Technology Takes a Back Seat to Pen Pals for Pashley Fourth Graders

There’s no doubt that during this worldwide pandemic, technology has been a superstar by keeping us all connected and attending work and school. Yet, fourth graders at Pashley Elementary School have decided to put the breaks on technology in lieu of handwriting for a recent pen pal project they have been working on with their …

Brooks, Emerich Awarded at Annual Greater Capital Region Science & Engineering Fair

Congratulations to BH-BL High School Science Research students in teacher Regina Reals class Emily Brooks and Owen Emerich who both won prizes at the 31st Annual Greater Capital Region Science and Engineering Fair. Emily was recognized with the American Meteorological Society award for her project examining the effect of elevated nitrate and phosphate levels in …

Ongoing Openings for School Bus Drivers & Monitors

The Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake School District’s Transportation Department has ongoing openings for school bus drivers and school bus monitors. These jobs are ideal for parents of school-aged children or retired people who are looking for extra income. Did you know that drivers and monitors also get school breaks, holidays, and summers off? No prior experience …

Football Game Spectator Guidelines

This Friday night will be the opening of the BH-BL Football season. We know these games are always a community event but unfortunately this year, like everything else, the game going to be a little different. Per Department of Health guidance, only two spectators per athlete are allowed to enter the facility. This includes Varsity …