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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
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

The Binghamton City School District won two awards from the New York School Public Relations Association. The district newsletter ‘BToday’ won an Award of Merit and the video ‘One Teacher’s Story’ won an Award of Excellence. The video can be viewed on the district’s YouTube channel. Both items were created by the BCSD Public Relations Department through Broome-Tioga BOCES. Congratulations to Doug Titus, Christina Kunzman, Clare Stenta and Jimmie Buyck.

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Posted Friday, September 22, 2017
A national movement known as the Buddy Bench, aiming to bring children together on the playground, is coming to the Binghamton Central School District.The concept of the bench is to bring safe spaces to children who might feel lonely or are looking for a friend during lunch and recess at school.Local mom Kate McKan said she came across the idea on Facebook more than a year ago and was inspired to bring it into the community. Read the story on WBNG [...click for more]

Posted Wednesday, September 13, 2017
Transitional Kindergarten or TK openings are still available. TK serves as a bridge between preschool and kindergarten, functioning to provide students with time to develop fundamental skills needed for success. Children must be five years old by Dec. 1. For more information please contact Brenda Lidestri at 762-8100 ext. 308. [...click for more]

Posted Thursday, August 17, 2017
We are starting off the new school year with a bang! We have fun activities planned for our students throughout the day, and parents/guardians are invited to join us from 10:30 a.m. - 12:20 p.m. Please call the school office at 762-8340 and let us know how many adults will be attending. [...click for more]

Posted Friday, August 11, 2017
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