A National PTA School of Excellence
Congratulations to the BSHS Class of 2025! Our 8th grade students and families participated in a Moving Up Celebration Parade as we concluded the school year.
Rising 6th Grade Parent Night TONIGHT! Google Meet Nickname is here...
Calling all 6th and 7th grade girls--- Interested in playing modified volleyball? Informational MTG for modified ONLY on Friday, June 18th at 10:10 am. Google Meet code: bsmodvolleyball This meeting will have important dates regarding the fall season. If for some reason you can NOT attend, please contact Mrs. Smarro dsmarrobscsd.org. Can't wait to meet you all!
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Check out their amazing art here...
More creative works are submitted each day from our 6th grade Art Students. You are working so hard at home and we are so proud of you! Visit the 6th Grade "Student Work From Home Art Gallery" On Mrs. Guernsey's BSMS Teacher Site & Check Tweets by @BSpaArts. Look inside for active links.
The Tang museum visited the 8th grade Art classes to share their hands on project ideas. The unique projects provide opportunities for students to learn and understand the issues raised by current and past exhibitions at the Tang. Referencing artworks and themes from these exhibitions, the Tang has assembled interdisciplinary programs that bridge the arts and school curricula.
Students received recognition for their interpretation of the 33rd Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. & Corretta Scott King Art Invitational. This year's theme " We will be known forever by the tracks we leave". Middle School Art students, Julianna Wiltsie and Mariah Breault were both given certificates for participation in the event.
Ms. Anne Clothier of Brookside Museum presented the first quarter Art 6 classes and parents with a historic look at the Village of Ballston Spa on September 30th. The information will assist 6th grade students in painting their chosen landmark this month for "Artists Are Inspired By Their Community".
The number of positive COVID cases in the region is again going up which has led to the 7-day percent positive in Saratoga County to go back above 3% and our CDC classification for community transmission to move from “Low Risk” to “Moderate Risk”. While we are not changing our current plan at this time, we are watching the conditions carefully.
As we work on the development of our plan for funding from the Federal Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief Fund allocated by the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 (ARPR-ESSER) as well as the plans for other federal, state, and local funding including next year’s District budget, we are seeking feedback from parents, faculty and staff, and other community members as to what initiatives should be considered as priorities.