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BCSD Budget Newsletter 2021-2022
05/05/2021
On May 18th, voters will head to the polls to vote on the proposed $128,786,217 budget for the 2021-2022 school year. The budget represents an increase of 4.13% from the 2020-2021 school year, primarily due to the long-awaited increase in state aid.
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Broadway Under the Stars is Sold Out
05/03/2021
The Rod Serling School of Fine Arts presentation of Broadway Under the Stars is Sold Out! Thank you to everyone who has reserved their tickets in advance. We will be starting a waitlist if more seats become available. To reserve a waitlist ticket please call 607-762-8202.
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New grant gets kids up and moving
04/29/2021
The well-known proverb says that necessity is the mother of invention. During the pandemic, physical education teachers in the Binghamton City School District have been facing challenges teaching students who are learning at home.
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Registration open for BCSD summer camps
04/27/2021
The Binghamton City School District will be offering free summer enrichment camps for all BCSD students in grades K-12!
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Program encourages students to "BPresent" and improve attendance
04/26/2021
Chronic absenteeism is a national problem that impacts schools, students, families and communities. Students lose opportunities to learn every time they miss a class or Zoom meetings.
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Food Distribution Keeps Families Fed
04/14/2021
Over the spring break period last week, Binghamton City Schools partnered with the Broome-Tioga BOCEs Rock On Café and First Student transportation service to deliver over 3,900 “Family Packs” to families in the Binghamton City School District.
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BHS students participate in Shakespeare Program
03/30/2021
Recently almost a dozen BHS English and Theatre classes participated in a Shakespeare program sponsored by Portland Stage Theatre Company from Maine.
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BCSD Occupational Therapist Authors Book
03/11/2021
A veteran occupational therapist of two decades, Binghamton City School District’s Kim Wiggins saw a need for easy-to-apply lesson plans for parents, therapists and teachers. Ideas that would allow them to approach sensory issues with children in grades K through 5, helping them past obstacles and allowing the children to move on to other areas of learning.
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Kindergarten Registration 2021-2022
03/09/2021
Kindergarten registration will take place in all elementary buildings from April 13 – April 23. Registration will take place from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. Families are asked to register their students at the elementary building within their residential school zone during this time.
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BHS Presents "The 39 Steps"
03/02/2021
When Binghamton High School’s Rod Serling School of Fine Arts presents their annual play “The 39 Steps” - it’ll be from a safe distance. The one-time streaming performance will begin at 7 p.m. Friday, March 19.
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Sign up for 'Fall Sports'
02/22/2021
The Broome County Health Department has approved the district’s plan to participate in Interscholastic Athletics. The Broome County Health Department has issued protocols and procedures we must follow to be able to participate.
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Results of 2021-2022 Budget Survey
02/19/2021
Last month, the district launched a ThoughtExchange to gain insight from the community about the 2021 - 2022 school budget. Thank you to all who participated and provided input.
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The BCSD will begin LIVE streaming Athletic Contests
02/19/2021
The district will now be LIVE streaming many of our athletic competitions via the BCSD Athletics YouTube page. Any student, staff, family or community member can log on for free to view our Patriots compete.
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Senior Malik Griffith Awarded Patriot Scholarship
01/27/2021
Congratulations to Binghamton High School senior Malik Griffith, the winner of this year’s Patriot Scholarship!
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Binghamton staff remember Traci Simrell
01/15/2021
The COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact our community, and our school community is no exception. We are mourning the tremendous loss of our friend and colleague, Traci Simrell who died in December.
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Winter BToday Released Online
12/23/2020
The winter edition of BToday has been released online. This issue will be digital only and features stories and photos from the start of the school year.
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Sounds for the Season Holiday Concert
12/16/2020
Tune in to Facebook on Thursday at 7 p.m. to watch the Binghamton High School Sounds for the Season Holiday Concert!
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Weather memo to BCSD families
12/15/2020
In advance of the inclement weather, here is some important information that was distributed to families in November about snow days and the strategic decision to close or delay school.
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BCSD Budget Survey for 2021-2022
12/11/2020
This year, more than any year prior, the Binghamton City School District needs to hear from our stakeholders in regards to the upcoming school budget.
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BHS Hosts 25th Annual Thanksgiving Dinner
11/16/2020
This year due to COVID-19 the annual Binghamton High School Community Dinner will look a little different. This year 500 meals will be distributed for carry out only. Meals will be available for pick up on Nov. 26 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
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NYS School Board Recognition Week Oct. 19-23
10/19/2020
The New York State School Boards Association recognizes October 19 - 23 as School Board Recognition Week. This is a time to promote awareness and understanding of the important work performed by school board members.
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Dawne Anna Adams named director of personnel
10/16/2020
We welcome back Dawne Anna Adams to the Binghamton City School District. Adams is the new BCSD director of personnel.
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