In the aftermath of a shocking drug arrest on campus, the latest effort to combat substance abuse comes from one of Bethlehem Central’s own students.
The school district could soon be running about 80 percent of its energy using solar panels. But, as New York tax credit benefits for installing solar panels end at the start of 2016, the district will have to move quickly.
Free salads, a week long produce drive and the chance to win a gift certificate to the farmer’s market. Making healthy eating fun is this week’s Farm to You Fest, held across all Bethlehem Central Schools.
More than one in ten children have ADHD, according to the Center of Disease Control (CDC).
After cutting 36 teaching positions during the height of the economic crisis, the Bethlehem Central School District is now finally able to regain some of the teaching staff levels it once held.
Both Bethlehem Central and Voorheesville high schools have officially been named two of the best high schools around.
A sweep of administrative staff changes are coming to the Voorheesville Central School District this fall. Voorheesville’s superintendent, the middle school principal and elementary school principal will all be new.
Guilderland Central Schools will now be contracting out its tax collection, following several other school districts in the area.
On the heels of the mid-June announcement of Superintendent Thomas J. Douglas’s departure, current Assistant Superintendent Jody Monroe will now step in as interim superintendent.
Brown School summer program includes charity
When you’re a kid, summer consists of a strict itinerary involving sunburns, skinned knees, annoying your older brother and plenty of video games.
Bethlehem grad one of four Pride Center scholarship winners for 2015
Annina Van Riper, a 2015 graduated of Bethlehem Central High School, has been recognized for her efforts to achieve LGBTQ equality in the Capital Region.
New principal sees La Salle as home to future leaders of a challenging global community
Dr. Paul Fallon has a doctorate in education.
New York Library Association president takes roadtrip with son
Fifty libraries in ten days. That is the feat father and son Jeremy and Jack Johannesen have set themselves this summer.
Local teens learn the challenges of solving global issues
After a three-day human rights symposium, area teens will return to school this fall with ideas of starting new clubs, beginning fundraising campaigns and raising awareness.
BC buildings finish upgrades as part of 2012-13 bond
District officials at Bethlehem Central schools are preparing to finish project upgrades as part of the 2012-13 bond initiative, now that summer vacation is underway.
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