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Superintendent's Message
Dear Community Members,
February marks mid-winter and the weather has certainly been a reminder. It also marks the middle of the academic year. I just want to say I appreciate everyone's hard work. Without the dedication of our faculty and staff, along with the support our students' families provide, the success of our students and the district would not be realized. More
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Students Can Learn About STEAM at Pathways Evening image Students Can Learn About STEAM at Pathways Evening
Students in grades 7-12, parents and educators can learn about science, technology, engineering, arts and math at the STEAM Pathways Evening at Binghamton University. Students can learn about career opportunities and the pathways to achieve desirable careers in the STEAM field. The event takes place on Thursday, March 9 from 4:30 to 7p.m. and is free and open to the public.  To register for the event click here 
image says In the news BHS Hockey Team Advances to Final Four
The Binghamton Patriots outlasted the Chenango Forks Blue Devils in a BCHSHA Playoff Elimination Game. The Patriots won in a shootout, 2-1, for a final 1-0 score. The two teams played 48 minutes or scoreless hockey in regulation and again, another eight scoreless minutes in overtime leading to the shootout. Watch the story on WIVT and WICZ. 
Student doing an experiment BCSD 6th Graders Celebrate Engineers Week at BU
On Feb. 15 and 16 all 6th grade students in Binghamton City School District will had the chance to work in the Engineering Department at Binghamton University. The students celebrated Engineers Week with a day of collaboration with Binghamton University. Watch the video on our YouTube Channel 
In the news BHS Seniors Return to Where They Began
Before donning their cap and gown to receive their high school diploma, Calvin Coolidge Elementary School's fifth grade graduates — now high school seniors — returned to the spot where their schooling began. During Wednesday's "Life After Coolidge" presentation, the graduates were reunited with their fifth grade teachers and presented a certificate and sweatshirt. Read the story on Press Connects and view photo gallery 
In the news Coolidge Students Raise Money for American Heart Association
What better way to celebrate Valentine's Day than raising awareness and funds toward heart health?On Tuesday, students at Binghamton's Calvin Coolidge Elementary took part in the school's annual Jump Rope for Heart event.Students learned how activities such as jump roping can help to keep their hearts healthier. Watch the story on WBNG , WIVT and WICZ. View photo gallery 
artwork from competition BHS Students Advance to State Art Competition
Three students from Binghamton High School will be advancing to the state competition for the PTSA Reflections contest. Congratulations to: Baiyina Richardson for her visual arts entry ‘The Girl in the Hijab’ Daveline Kenya Bruce for her literature entry ‘Freedom Love’ and to Jake Carns for his film production entry ‘Life’. All the artists who participated in the regional judging received a certificate, a ribbon and a gift card for the Oakdale Mall. The art was displayed at the mall followed by a reception. The New York state winners will be announced in early Spring and they will advance to the National PTA competition. 
Patriots Capture Titles in 8 Events at Indoor Track Championship image Patriots Capture Titles in 8 Events at Indoor Track Championship
The Patriot indoor track and field team started the championship portion of their season with a bang on Saturday, capturing titles in eight events in the Section Four Large School Championships at Cornell. Sincere Williamson and Egypt Page took first and second, respectively, in the 55 meter dash, with Page's personal best time of 6.71 seconds qualifying him for the state meet. Williamson later won the 300 meters, while Page, competing in the long jump for the first time this season, won his first individual sectional title with a leap of 20 feet 3.75 inches. 
In the news Boys Varsity Basketball Team Advances for STAC Championship
The Southern Tier Athletic Conference held its semifinal playoff games Wednesday night in the Southern Tier. In Broome County, two defending Section IV champions faced off when the Seton Catholic girls hosted Binghamton and on the boys side, Johnson City and Binghamton turned into a must-see game. Watch the story on WBNG and catch the championship game on Friday, Feb. 11 at Johnson City High School at 8 p.m. 
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Upcoming Events
BHS Founders Day Reception
Mon Feb 27 2017
District Art Show
Thu Mar 2 2017
Eastside Band Concert
Thu Mar 2 2017

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