Tax Bills Due Sept. 30; Mailed to Residents Sept. 1

Important School Tax Bill Information All BH-BL School Tax bills were mailed out to residents on Sept. 1 and are due, without penalty, by Sept. 30. If you have not yet received your school tax bill, please contact Grace Meade at 518-399-9141, Ext. 85027 or email taxoffice@bhbl.org. If you are mailing your tax bill payment, …

Reopening Schools Forum #3 Recording

On Wednesday, Sept. 2 school leaders held a virtual forum about the final stages of reopening schools. (View Recording of Forum) As you likely know, district and school leaders have spent the summer working with staff preparing school buildings to welcome students back into them in a socially distanced manner. They’ve also been creating schedules …

2020-21 School Tax Rate Lower than Estimated

BH-BL school tax bills to go out Sept 1. On Thursday, Aug. 20, the Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake school district received final tax equalization rates for the towns of Ballston, Charlton, Glenville and Clifton Park and approved the 2020-21 tax rate, which resulted in a lower than estimated weighted average tax rate increase. When residents approved …

New Transportation Form Due

If you have not already done so, please resubmit any transportation forms that were submitted prior to the Board of Education policy revisions. You do not need to submit this form if your child is riding the bus to and from their home address, or is attending Fully Virtual School. Forms should be submitted IF: …

2020-21 School Year to Begin Sept. 14

At its meeting on Tuesday, the Board of Education approved a revised 2020-21 school year calendar that welcomes students to the first day of school on Monday, Sept. 14 for both in-person/hybrid and fully virtual school students. [Download Sept-Nov District Calendar] Additionally, the district’s traditional Opening Day for staff has been shifted to Tuesday, Sept. …

Reopening Schools: In-person/Hybrid School

The district’s full reopening plan includes an In-person/Hybrid instructional model for students for the 2020-21 school year. On Aug. 10, parents were asked to register their children for either the In-person/Hybrid or Fully Virtual model. Nearly 75% of the student population selected In-person/Hybrid for September. Below are some details about the In-person/Hybrid model. Certain details, …