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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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Recorded Math Workshop with Greg Tang
01/26/2021
Did you miss the Math Workshop with Greg Tang? Don't worry, we have you covered.
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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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BCSD Delays In-Person Instruction Until Feb. 1, 2021
01/12/2021
Due to the continuation of a high level of positive cases within the community, the Binghamton City School District will delay in-person learning for an additional two weeks, and begin in-person instruction on Monday, Feb. 1.
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BCSD seeks agencies for UPK program for 21-22
01/11/2021
The Binghamton City School District intends to implement a Universal Pre-Kindergarten (UPK) program for district students who are four years of age by December 1, 2021. We estimate this will be about 200 students.
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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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BCSD will switch to full-remote instruction Dec. 21-23
12/21/2020
All students in the Binghamton City School District will participate in full-remote instruction from Dec. 21 through Dec. 23 before winter break. On Monday, Dec. 21 hybrid students in cohort A and B can pick up meals at all Binghamton schools.
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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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NYSPHSAA Cancels Winter Championships
12/15/2020
The New York State Public High School Athletic Association (NYSPHSAA) announced the cancellation of all 2021 Winter State Championships and the postponement of all high-risk sports until authorization is granted by state officials
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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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EMS to Continue Remote Learning Thru 12/11/20
11/24/2020
Due to the increase in positive cases over the past seven days at East Middle School, East Middle School will continue with remote learning after the Thanksgiving break until Friday, Dec. 11th. In-person/Hybrid instruction will resume on Monday, Dec. 14.
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BCSD Has Pre-K Openings Available Now
11/05/2020
The Binghamton City School District currently has openings in Pre-K classes for 4-year-olds at MacArthur, Franklin, Coolidge, and Roosevelt. There are also openings for 3-year-olds at Franklin and Binghamton High School.
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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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Free Meal Distribution for 2020-2021
09/24/2020
The Binghamton City School District’s goal is to ensure that all students have access to breakfast and lunch in a safe environment. In order to achieve our goal, we have made the following plans, in conjunction with our district administration and local health authorities, effective Monday, Oct. 5, 2020.
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Daily Health Screenings Required for In-Person Learning
09/23/2020
With in-person learning starting on Oct. 5, parents and students are going to have to alter the way they start their day. All students and staff members will be required to conduct daily health screenings.
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NYSPHSAA To Delay Fall Sports Start Date & Cancel Fall Championships
07/16/2020
The Officers of the New York State Public High School Athletic Association (NYSPHSAA), voted to delay the official start date of the Fall 2020 sports season, cancel the Fall 2020 Regional and State Championships and prepare to implement a condensed season schedule in January 2021 if high school sports remain prohibited throughout 2020 due to COVID-19.
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Thoughtexchange Results about Reopening School
07/09/2020
As we approach the 2020-2021 school year, we are looking to define what school will look like for all this fall. We want nothing more than to return, but this desire is only surpassed by the need for this to happen with the safety, health and welfare of our faculty, staff and students as the top priority.
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Class of 2020 Graduation Photos
07/01/2020
Photos from the Binghamton High School Graduation Ceremonies have been added to a Google Drive and are available to download.
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BHS Sends Off Seniors at NYSEG Stadium
07/01/2020
Congratulations to the brilliant, talented, accomplished Binghamton High School Class of 2020! More than 300 esteemed graduates were celebrated during seven separate ceremonies at NYSEG Stadium on Sunday, June 28.
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Congratulations to all of our BCSD Retirees
06/30/2020
Congratulations to all of our Binghamton City School District Employees who are retiring this year!
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BCSD Budget Passes by 73 Percent
06/18/2020
The Binghamton City School District is pleased to announce that its 2020-2021 budget passed with an approval rate of 73 percent. We'd like to thank the voters for approving our school budget, which aims to support student success and maintain strong relationships and educational opportunities.
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BCSD Offers Free Virtual Summer Camp
06/16/2020
This summer the Binghamton City School District will host it’s annual Imagination Adventure Summer Camp virtually. Registered students in K-4 can be signed up through our google form for the four-week session starting on July 20.
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We want to hear from you!!
06/12/2020
As we conclude the 2019-2020 school year, we are looking to define what school will look like for all this fall. 
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BCSD Employee Named NY School Nutrition Association Employee of the Year
04/21/2020
Congratulations to Debbie Battaglia, who was named the NYS School Nutrition Association Employee of the Year award.
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Videos Help BCSD Community Stay Connected
04/20/2020
Several Binghamton City School District schools have created videos in order to send messages of love and encouragement to their students.
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BCSD rises to challenge of remote learning
04/10/2020
The mission of the Binghamton City School District is to educate, empower and challenge our students. The district has proudly continued doing precisely those things throughout the ongoing COVID-19 health crisis.
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Application deadline extended for National Honor Society
03/26/2020
National Honor Society applications for Binghamton High School students for the 2020-2021 school year were originally due on March 25, 2020.
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SCRIC adds resources and more support during school closures
03/25/2020
Beginning on March 25, the South Central Regional Information Center will increase its capacity to answer phone calls from parents and students at (607) 766-3800 in need of technology support.
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School clinics at Roosevelt and Franklin closed
03/19/2020
Due to the State of Emergency surrounding COVID19 and the closure of all Broome County Schools the UHS School Based Health Clinics at Roosevelt and Franklin will be closed.
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Electronic Device Pick Up Times
03/17/2020
This week, we will distribute devices to students who have indicated that they need a Chromebook or tablet. Please call the main office of your building if you need to borrow a device and have not yet let us know.
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State of Emergency Information from Superintendent
03/14/2020
Earlier this afternoon Broome County Executive Jason Garner declared a state of emergency in response to the coronavirus outbreak, which includes the closing of schools.
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Update to 1776 performances at BHS
03/12/2020
The BHS Musical "1776" will be closed to the general public and will only take place on Friday and Saturday, March 13 &14.
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Harper's Bookraiser is a Hit at Horace Mann
03/11/2020
On the one year anniversary of the tragic loss of BHS student Harper Stantz, her memory was alive and well at her former elementary school, Horace Mann.
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Two students named Akshar All-Stars
02/28/2020
This afternoon two fourth grade students in the Binghamton City School District were named Akshar All-Stars for their hard work, leadership, compassion and school spirit.
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New information about BCSD retirees healthcare
01/22/2020
On Tuesday, Jan. 21 the Binghamton City School District met with former employees to discuss changes to their healthcare plan. Learn more about the plan and watch the meeting on You Tube by clicking read more.
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Important information for BCSD Retirees
01/14/2020
We understand how important your retiree medical benefits are to you. That’s why we want to provide you with important information about a change in how we are providing eligible post 65 (Medicare eligible) retiree medical coverage.
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Honoring BCSD's 2019 Distinguished Graduates
10/22/2019
The Binghamton City School District honored seven of its most notable alumni at the 2019 Distinguished Graduates Dinner.
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District Safety Plan 2019
09/24/2019
The Binghamton City School District has posted the district-wide safety plan for 2019-2020.
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Welcome Back to BCSD!
09/04/2019
Dear Binghamton families, I hope you’ve had a restful and enjoyable summer break, filled with plenty of opportunities for rejuvenation and quality time with those you love most. As we bid farewell to summer, we welcome the new school year with eagerness and enthusiasm.
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BHS Liberty Students Build Community
08/08/2019
A group of Binghamton High School students are spending their summer making hard earned money by helping the community.
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