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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
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
The students of Binghamton High School will host the Binghamton City School District’s 25th Annual Distinguished Graduates Dinner at Binghamton High School on Thursday, Oct. 5. The event will begin with a reception at 6 p.m. followed by dinner at 6:30 p.m.. Tickets for this benefit dinner are $40.00. Call 607-762-8202 to request a dinner menu and reservation form. [...click for more]

Posted Tuesday, August 8, 2017
Students in 7th or 8th grade who are interested in pursing a career in the medical field can apply to attend the M.A.S.H. Campt at Lourdes Hopital on Aug. 24 and Aug. 25.  The camp shows students what it's like to work in a hospital.  There are a limited amount of scholarships avaiable to BCSD students.  To apply visit www.cnyahec.org.  [...click for more]

Posted Friday, August 4, 2017
The Binghamton City School District is partnering with the Broome County Department of Social Services for a new program where caseworkers will be placed in elementary schools to assist families.  Binghamton is the first school district in Broome County to take on this initiative. "We're thankful to the county executive and the Department of Social Services for their willingness to explore other ways to support our families," said Superintendent Dr. Tonia Thompson.  See the stories on WBNG and WICZ.   [...click for more]

Posted Friday, August 4, 2017
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