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Principal Kevin Richman New Principal for Binghamton High School Named
The Binghamton City School District is pleased to announce that Kevin Richman has been named as the new incoming Binghamton High School Principal. Richman will be joining the district July 1 and will be moving to our area from Long Beach, NY. Most recently he was the assistant principal of Newfield High School in the Middle Country Central School District, where he served for four years.“We are extremely pleased to welcome Kevin to the district,” Superintendent Dr. Tonia Thompson said. “His administrative background and his experience with a district the similar size of Binghamton High School makes him an excellent fit for the role of principal. Although he has large shoes to fill with Roxie Oberg leaving, I think he’s up to the challenge.”  
graphic that says in the news BHS Softball Wins Third Straight Section IV Title
One can’t blame Binghamton High softball’s team for feeling some satisfaction.Not after dropping five of its first seven games this season, leaving the team on the verge of becoming an afterthought one season after winning the program’s first state championship. Read the story on Press Connects, WBNG and Spectrum News 
Photo of girls running a relay race at track meet Patriots Track Team Will Compete in Section IV Class A Championship
Binghamton's boys' track team spirited defense of their 2016 STAC Track and Field team title fell just short at Windsor last Friday. Despite a new school record in the 400 meters, a sparkling performance in the 400 meter relay, and a raft of personal and seasonal best performances, the Patriots lost to heavy favorite Corning by the slimmest of margins, scoring 75.5 points to the Hawks 76. 
Photo of Elise White with Science Project at Science Fair BHS Student a Finalist at International Science Fair
Binghamton High School junior Elise White was a finalist at the International Science and Engineering Fair in Los Angeles last week.  White is the first student ever from Broome County to qualify for this prestigious science fair. She was awarded a $60,000 scholarship from the University of Sciences in Philadelphia for her project "Behnid the Cause: A Novel Role of a Natural Lipid Bilayer in Causing Alzheimer's Disease."  
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