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Calling all students in grades 5 through 12. The Southern Tier Scholastic Science Fair is coming to SUNY Broome on Saturday, March 17. Registration will open in February and the deadline is March 11. All students who register before March 6 will receive a Southern Tier Scholastic Science Fair T-shirt.  Thousands of dollars in prizes will be awarded. For more information and to register online visit the Science Fair Website [...click for more]

Posted Tuesday, January 9, 2018
It’s that time of year when the Binghamton City School District starts looking at the numbers for the upcoming 2018-2019 school budget. Part of the process of putting together a budget for the district is gathering input from our stakeholders, like parents, community members and staff. We want to know what is important to you and your family.  Make your voices heard, fill out a quick budget survey and let us know what you think. There will also be an opportunity to share your input at a community round table budget meeting at 6 p.m. on Tuesday Jan. 9 at the Boys and Girls Club of Binghamton.

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Posted Thursday, January 4, 2018
The district is creating a Family Engagement Task Force and would like your input. We realize that the only way to improve engagement, communication and collaboration is to listen and learn from our families as to what we can do better to support them. The Task Force will meet three times this year and anticipate the first meeting to be held in February 2018. We would like some input on the location and times that work best for families. We will also use this information as we plan future events. We appreciate you taking the time to complete this survey and hope you are interested and able to join us. Thank you. Here is a link to the Family Engagment Survey [...click for more]

Posted Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Students at Ben Franklin Elementary took part in a fun program to help them learn math faster on Wednesday night.The Math and Movement program is an interactive workshop that takes a multi-sensory approach to learning.It incorporates physical activity with visual stimuli that makes learning fun, active, and memorable. It uses specially designed floor mats and banners to help kids dance, walk and hop their way to mastering math and reading concepts. Watch the story on WBNG

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Posted Thursday, November 16, 2017
Just as with any house, our school buildings require maintenance and, eventually, things must be replaced, updated or rebuilt. Many of our buildings were constructed in the 1950s and, with more than 5,500 students in 10 buildings, maintaining the infrastructure is an important part of providing a safe environment to educate, empower and challenge our students. The capital project will affect every building in the district, with the exception of MacArthur.  The project will be funded by state aid and capital reserves, so there will be NO impact on the local tax levy.

There is no one major building or renovation project in this package, but, rather a collection of upgrades and renovations in each building impacting things like lighting, learning spaces, windows, computer networking infrastructure and signage to name a few. In general, there will be improvements made in the following categories: safety and security, building infrastructure, learning environment and information technology.

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Posted Tuesday, November 7, 2017
Students at Benjamin Franklin Elementary each went home with a new book Friday. More than 500 students made their picks from hundreds of available selections. The books were donated by the Grady Edge Reading program, through New York State United Teachers. Officials say that they hope students take more than just a book away from this experience. Watch the story on WBNG and WIVT [...click for more]

Posted Monday, October 23, 2017
A nearly $3 million grant will help give more than 400 Binghamton City School District students access to new after-school programming. Binghamton schools received a $2.9 million grant from the New York State Office of Child and Family Services through the Empire State Afterschool Program, the district announced Thursday.The program is funded statewide by a $35 million appropriation in the state budget that allows high-need districts to partner with non-profit agencies to provide after-school programs. View the stories on PressConnects, WBNG, WICZ and WIVT [...click for more]

Posted Tuesday, October 10, 2017
Binghamton High School held its 25th alumni dinner on Thursday night.Various alumni filled the art gallery outside of the Helen Foley Theatre to reunite as current students hosted the event. There was a spread of appetizers and punch with music put on by students. Alumni were able to chat and catch up with each other.Each year the school honors several alumni that have reached a national recognition in their field. View the story on WBNG and WICZ [...click for more]

Posted Friday, October 6, 2017
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