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December 6, 2018

VFW recognizes BH-BL MS & HS Essay Contest Winners

Late last month, four BH-BL High School students and an O'Rourke Middle School student were honored at a Glenville Town Board meeting by the VFW for winning the ... [READ MORE]

December 6, 2018

Stevens Students Participate in Filling Bowls Project

Stevens Elementary School 4th & 5th grade students recently demonstrated their ability to blend kindness and creativity into one through the Filling Bowls Project. The students worked with art teacher Karen Taylor to sculpt and paint 'pinch pots,' which are ... [FULL STORY]

November 20, 2018

Eight Students Sign National Letters of Intent

Congratulations to the eight BH-BL HS student athletes who participated in today's National Letter of Intent signing event. Way to go, Spartans! [MORE]

November 20, 2018

Pashley Students Turn Pumpkins into Famous People

Fourth-grade students in Ms. Muscanelli's and Robert's classes recently presented their Pumpkin Biography projects to families, staff and peers. The pumpkin creations were the culminating project in a month-long lesson where students learned how to research and write biographies. [READ MORE]

November 13, 2018

Coach Bynon named to NYVBCA 2018 Hall of Fame Class

Congratulations to Girls Volleyball Coach Gary Bynon who was recently recognized for being inducted into the New York Volleyball Coaches Association's 2018 Hall of Fame Class. Bynon has coached ... [FULL STORY]

November 9, 2018

HS Seniors Honor Veterans at Ceremony & Breakfast

More than three dozen local veterans attended the Veterans Day ceremony that the high school's Student Government Organization hosts annually in Freedom Circle. A four-student Color Guard ...[READ MORE]  [FACEBOOK PHOTOS]

November 6, 2018

BH-BL Continues to Support Safety & Security Measures

As we continue to see reports and updates in the media about the tragic shooting at the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh, PA, it reminds us of our own responsibility as a school district to continue, in earnest, our efforts to foster a safe and nurturing environment for our students, our staff, and even our community. This not only includes the physical safety and security measures we practice on a daily basis but also the social-emotional connections our educators make every day with our student body. [READ MORE]