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Dear parents and community members, 
I look forward to the beginning of each new school year with much excitement - I always have. I can vividly remember my first day in kindergarten. My mother and I shopped for new clothes and shoes, but my favorite was shopping for school supplies. I needed everything - the pencil case, pointed erasers, rulers, the jumbo crayon pack, a big colorful book bag, etc.  Read more ...
News at Binghamton City School District
Binghamton High School Honors Distinguished Graduates
Binghamton, NY (WBNG Binghamton) Seven former Binghamton High School students were able to reflect on where they came from Thursday night. The 23rd Annual Distinguished Graduates Dinner was held at Binghamton High School. Click here to see the story. 
BHS National Honor Society Raises Money for Breast Cancer Awareness
Binghamton's Chapter of the National Honor Society participated in the Making Strides against Breast Cancer Walk held on Oct. 4. Student volunteers raised $150 for the cause.  
REMINDER: Early dismissal Thursday, October 8th
In order to facilitate district-wide professional development and building-level teamwork initiatives, five days in this school year have been designated as “Early Dismissal Days”. These dates are: October 8, 2015, January 15, February 26, March 18 and May 13, 2016.
On these five days, the elementary schools will dismiss students at 10:50 a.m., the middle schools will dismiss students at 11:40 a.m. and the high school at 11:00 a.m. The elementary and middle schools WILL serve lunch on these days.  
BHS Cheer participates in Making Strides for Breast Cancer Walk
On Sunday, October 4th the Binghamton High School football cheerleaders and coaches Anna-Marie Conley & Katie Clairmont, participated in the American Cancer Society's Making Strides for Breast Cancer walk that was held at Recreation Park. The cheerleaders were part of “Team Rozek” in honor of the athletic office secretary, Chris Rozek, who was diagnosed with breast cancer this past spring.  
Binghamton gets help for healthier kids
A $1.25 million state grant is being used to help children in four Broome County school districts get better access to healthy food and wellness activities inside their classrooms. Click here to read the full story on PressConnects. 
Binghamton High School Alumna to be Featured on Live Broadcast
Binghamton High School alumna Nosa Akol will be featured on a live broadcast of American Graduate Day 2015 Saturday on public media stations as part of a seven-hour "call to action" marathon. American Graduate Day 2015 is a program dedicated to helping communities address the nation's high school dropout crisis while also preparing students for sustainable success, according to a press release. Click here to read entire article. 
Roosevelt Students Taste Test Food for School Lunches
Roosevelt Elementary School students had a taste test featuring kale chips and chicken mac ‘n’ cheese. The kale was picked fresh from the school garden and baked that same morning. Students learned about how kale chips are made, from the garden all the way to the table. 
Binghamton Girls Cross Country Team Wins First STAC Title since 1987
Binghamton's girls won their first STAC Metro Division title since 1987 on Sept. 22 at Ann G. McGuinness School. In what was expected to be a tight contest between Binghamton and Maine-Endwell, the Lady Patriots were completely dominant, scoring 21 points to the Spartans 53. 

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Mon Oct 12 2015
Homecoming Football Game
Fri Oct 16 2015
Board of Education Meeting
Tue Oct 20 2015
Alumni Association Meeting
Thu Nov 5 2015
BCS Foundation Meeting
Thu Nov 5 2015
BTA Rep. Council Meeting
Tue Nov 10 2015

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