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On Saturday, Oct. 10, BH-BL is hosting a Centennial Celebration and a day of festivities in conjunction with Homecoming to honor the district's history. The event kicks off at 11:30 a.m. with a ceremony to officially name the field and unveil the new sign. There will also be a variety of musical performances, a student-led vending fair, the Homecoming football game, a field hockey game, fireworks and a theatrical performance with returning alumni as the grand finale. View the detailed schedule [SCHEDULE] and mark your calendar to join us at the BH-BL High School fields on Saturday, Oct. 10 at 11:30 a.m.
The "100 Memories of BH-BL" centennial book will be sold for $25 at the Oct. 10 Centennial Celebration and Homecoming event. This 100 page, full-color commemorative book provides information about the district's history, features BH-BL's six superintendents, highlights many student events and activities over the past 100 years, and spotlights more than a dozen people, including teachers, board members and others who are just a few of the many exceptional people who helped shape the district over the years.
BH-BL is once again participating in the Hunger Games Food Drive. Donations are being collected at all five schools throughout October. However, in lieu of admission to the Centennial Celebrations & Homecoming Festivities on Saturday, Oct. 10, please feel free to bring a non-perishable food item for the food drive. Our goal is to collect 800 items this year. Donations will be given to food pantries within the BH-BL community.
Join BH-BL math professionals to learn about and explore ThinkCentral--the online component to the elementary Go Math program used at BH-BL. Attendees will be given a Chromebook to use for the night so they can receive first-hand training and try the program. We'll also share helpful homework resources and address parents' concerns about how to help their kids with math at home. Parents must register so we know how many Chromebooks to set up for each night. 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. at Charlton Heights: Thursday, Oct. 15; Pashley: Tuesday, Oct. 20 and Stevens: Wednesday, Oct. 28. [REGISTER] Questions? Contact K-12 Math Department Chair William McQuay at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Samantha Scibelli a BH-BL graduate and former Science Research student in Mrs. Reals class was recently featured as "Researcher of the Month" at Stony Brook University. Way to go Sam! [READ ARTICLE]
On this day in 1915, three one-room schoolhouses joined to form the Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake Union Free School District--New York state's first "consolidated" school district. Over the years, the district grew, one-room schoolhouses continued to merge, other schools were built, and it went through a series of name changes before becoming the Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake Central School District. There will be a Centennial Celebration and ribbon-cutting ceremony on the new Centennial multi-purpose turf field at BH-BL High School on Saturday, Oct. 10. The day-long event begins at 11:30 a.m. We hope to see you there!
BH-BL's very own Spartan Catering will be providing pre-sale BBQ dinners during the Homecoming celebrations on Saturday, Oct. 10. A limited number of dinners will be sold on the spot. It is highly recommended that you purchase pre-sale tickets, which are $10 per meal. Vegan and Gluten-free options are also available. [HOW TO PRE-ORDER]
Thank you to all of our volunteers, sponsors, and participants who helped make the BH-BL Centennial 5K Challenge a huge success. Please check out the results and tons of photos at www.facebook.com/CharltonHeightsPTA