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We are deeply saddened by the tragic news from Florida. As educators and as parents, it is difficult to comprehend such catastrophic events. We feel closely connected to the children, teachers and staff, families and community who were so devastated by this loss of innocent lives. I want to reassure you that we take school safety and security very seriously across the Binghamton City School District. We are vigilant and proactive when it comes to our children's safety and have clear plans and procedures to deal with emergency situations. We will look to learn what we can from this latest school tragedy and use that information over the coming weeks to determine what, if any, improvements can be made in security and response procedures. [...click for more]

Posted Thursday, February 15, 2018
We are introducing a new, more efficient student absence reporting system called SafeArrival.  This system will make it easier for you to report your child's absence and easier for staff to respond to unexplained student absences. With SafeArrival, you are asked to report your child's absence in advance using any of these convenient methods: Toll- free phone number, mobile app or website. The new system will start on Feb. 1, 2018 in East Middle School and Roosevelt Elementary School. 
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Posted Wednesday, January 24, 2018
Congratulations to the BCSD PTSA which was awarded the 2017 Alumni/Community Badge from the New York State PTA. The PTSA earned this honor by having at least 15% of members be alumni or community members. This is a wonderful achievement that shows how much members in our community have embraced and supported the BCSD! [...click for more]

Posted Wednesday, January 17, 2018
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
Congratulations to students in grades 6-8 who made the Honor and High Honor roll this quarter! The full listing is posted here. You can also access this page on the menu to the left. [...click for more]

Posted Tuesday, November 28, 2017
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
Before members of Smash were dismissed from an October rehearsal at East Middle School, they were given homework.  Robert Crissman, the group's director, asked students to dig up anything in their house that could be transformed into a shaker. M&M containers or peanut butter jars could do the trick, he suggested.  This is not unusual for the group, which makes music out of everything from Pringle cans, to metal trash can lids, trash cans, buckets and even kitchen sinks.  Read the whole story on PressConnects.   [...click for more]

Posted Tuesday, November 14, 2017
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