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The Binghamton City School District is pleased to announce that Kevin Richman has been named as the new incoming Binghamton High School Principal. Richman will be joining the district July 1 and will be moving to our area from Long Beach, NY. Most recently he was the assistant principal of Newfield High School in the Middle Country Central School District, where he served for four years.“We are extremely pleased to welcome Kevin to the district,” Superintendent Dr. Tonia Thompson said. “His administrative background and his experience with a district the similar size of Binghamton High School makes him an excellent fit for the role of principal. Although he has large shoes to fill with Roxie Oberg leaving, I think he’s up to the challenge.”  [...click for more]

Posted Tuesday, June 20, 2017
When fourth grade students Zaysia Pilgrim and Iyanna Jones were brainstorming ways to help the community, they thought of those who were homeless. The girls told a social worker at the school about their idea and then brought their plan to the 5th grade student council. Everyone was on board. The students coordinated a school-wide collection of basic need items as well as a collection of money. Mrs. Silsbee class raised the most money and won a pizza party. Overall, the school collected $500 which they used to buy sheets, pillows, towels and blankets. They also collected approximately 10 boxes of basic needs items. The students were able to present the items to the YWCA emergency homeless shelter during the end-of-year PBIS assembly. [...click for more]

Posted Monday, June 19, 2017
Overture Community Band, MacArthur Elementary and Calvin Coolidge Elementary combined bands Sunday afternoon for one large concert at the Binghamton Zoo at Ross Park. The concert brought together beginner level musicians of all ages at the parks amphitheater.Overture is a beginner level concert band designated for adults. Kim Mataxas, Director of the Band says they are always looking for more members. Watch the story on WICZ [...click for more]

Posted Monday, June 12, 2017
Students at Horace Mann Elementary were treated to a puppet show Friday as part of their end of year celebration.The inaugural Mann Jamboree featured a performance by the Catskill Puppet Theater.The group put on a play about the discrimination that immigrants face focusing on a Chinese family and an Irish family during the California gold rush. Watch the story on WIVT [...click for more]

Posted Monday, June 12, 2017
Two former BCHS students were part of last evening's TONY Awards. Albert Nocciolino won two TONYs as one of the producers for the Best Musical Revival "Hello Dolly" and Best Musical "Dear Evan Hansen." Tony Kadlec was playing in the trumpet section for the prestigious TONY Awards orchestra.  Both Nocciolino and Kadlec have been honored as Distinguished Graduates, Nocciolino in 1995 and Kadlec in 2005.  [...click for more]

Posted Monday, June 12, 2017
Students in East and West Middle School are addressing the issue of blight in the City of Binghamton as part of an enrichment program called Challenge. Sixth grade students present ideas to transform abandoned buildings and empty lots to community leaders and developers. They designed blueprints for a variety of ideas such as nursing homes, recreation centers and grocery stores. Watch the story on Spectrum News, WBNG, WIVT and WICZ [...click for more]

Posted Tuesday, June 6, 2017
One can’t blame Binghamton High softball’s team for feeling some satisfaction.Not after dropping five of its first seven games this season, leaving the team on the verge of becoming an afterthought one season after winning the program’s first state championship. Read the story on Press Connects, WBNG and Spectrum News [...click for more]

Posted Tuesday, May 30, 2017
Binghamton's boys' track team spirited defense of their 2016 STAC Track and Field team title fell just short at Windsor last Friday. Despite a new school record in the 400 meters, a sparkling performance in the 400 meter relay, and a raft of personal and seasonal best performances, the Patriots lost to heavy favorite Corning by the slimmest of margins, scoring 75.5 points to the Hawks 76. [...click for more]

Posted Monday, May 22, 2017
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