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Annual Tree Lighting Reminds Community to Drive Safely
Binghamton High School students renewed their push for safety this holiday season while remembering a former student. A ceremony was held Tuesday to remember a Binghamton High School student nearly two decades after her death.The Binghamton High School student organization Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) held the ceremony for Katie Titus, who was killed in a non-alcohol related crash in 1996. See coverage on TWC News, WBNG, WICZ and WIVT  
BHS to Hold 20th Thanksgiving Dinner
Patrick Walsh's Thanksgiving will start around 5 a.m. when he arrives at Binghamton High School's cafeteria to help with an annual event that feeds more than a thousand community members. Read story on PressConnects.  
BHS Hosts 20th Annual Thanksgiving Day Dinner
Organizers of the Thanksgiving Day Community Dinner at Binghamton High School are making preparations for this year’s annual event, now in its 20th consecutive year. With the expansion of the dining room and creation of a shuttle bus service (courtesy of First Student), those with transportation concerns will be able to attend. Home delivery and “take home” meals will not be available. The dinner is scheduled for 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 26 at the Binghamton High School’s two main cafeterias.  
Binghamton's Ramil Signs with Georgetown
Binghamton senior Oliva Ramil signed her NLI to play basketball at Georgetown. Ramil had 150 offers from universities across the country but decided on Georgetown because her sister plays there and because of proximity.  Watch the story on TWC NewsWBNG and WIVT.   
BHS Soloist featured in 'Dream Destinations'
The Binghamton Community Orchestra opens its 32nd season with “Dream Destinations — an exploration of travel,” a concert that will take the listener on musical voyages.The program will feature BHS baritone soloist Jonah Capani, one of two winners of the 2015 Southern Tier Music Teachers’ Association Concerto Competition, and the first of two youth soloists to be featured in performance with the BCO this season. Read story at Pressconnects.  
Binghamton High School Presents "Barefoot in the Park"
Binghamton High School will present "Barefoot in the Park" a play by Neil Simon, Nov. 13 and 14 at 7:30 p.m. in the Helen Foley Theatre.  Tickets are $5 general admission and $3 for students and senior citizens. Tickets can be purchased at the door one hour prior to curtain. "Barefoot in the Park" was the winner of the 1964 Tony Award for Best Comedy.  The play opened on Broadway at the Biltmore Theatre on Oct. 23, 1963 and closed on June 25, 1967 after 1,530 performances.  The BHS performance is directed by Ariana Zbrzezny Koniuto.  
Alternatively assessed students prepare for careers through program
Binghamton Alternatively Assessed students are pitching to help make the holidays a little brighter by volunteering at Roberson Museum where they are helping prepare the “Home for the Holidays” display. The students worked to set up the numerous trees at the museum and to dust and vacuum for the exhibit. 
Announcing our official Twitter account
Binghamton City School District is pleased to launch our Twitter account @Binghamton CSD which we hope will be a platform to communicate with students, staff and parents and share information relevant to the BCSD. We will be tweeting out information concerning news, upcoming events, closing, delays and sharing the content we regularly post on our website. We hope that many of you choose to follow us and build our Patriot Pride!  
Binghamton student studies set design

A Binghamton High School senior is taking her interest in theater production to a new level.Emily Andersen created an independent study to focus on set design this school year.She's currently working on the set for Binghamton's upcoming production of Neil Simon's "Barefoot In The Park." Watch the story on WIVT  

Binghamton teacher looks to redefine craft
Carly Barvinchak, of Binghamton, is an art teacher at Binghamton High School.  She said craft is often misunderstood and considered elementary art. Of the two courses she teaches at BHS, one is craft, and the class dives into everything from painting and sculpture to clay and batik, a technique of wax-resistant dyeing.  Though the course has been available for high school students, none of its kind existed for Barvinchak to purse as a college student. Click here to read the story.  
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Thu Nov 26 2015
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Tue Dec 1 2015
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Thu Dec 3 2015
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Tue Dec 8 2015
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Thu Dec 10 2015
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