December 8, 2011
Bethlehem Central High School
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BC officials hope restoration of state aid would prevent program cuts
Bethlehem Central School District is facing a preliminary budget gap of $4.8 million for the 2014-15 school year, but officials are hoping some of that money will be restored in the state budget.
BC Facilities, athletic turf to be separate referendums, public hearing Jan. 16
The Bethlehem Central School District Board of Education has elected to split the proposal for facilities upgrades and a new athletic turf into two bond resolutions to go before the public
BC school board could change mind on $3.8M sports field before bond finalized
A slim majority of Bethlehem Central Board of Education supported including plans for an artificial turf athletic field within a facilities bond at a recent meeting, but were careful to point out their opinions could change before the final resolution is passed in January.
Architectural review finds bond would be $26M for repairs, field
Bethlehem Central Board of Education members experienced a slight case of sticker shock when estimates for facilities upgrades jumped by millions following an architect’s review.
Former student playing prank
A former student has been held responsible for trespassing on Bethlehem High School property yesterday as a prank, according to police.
The Bethlehem Central School District has confirmed a case of pertussis at the high school.
Teachers, principals groups still must ratify deals, savings said to total $2.7 million
Contract negotiations between the Bethlehem Central Teacher’s Association, the Bethlehem Principal’s Association and the school district have come to a close.
$88.2M spending plan will challenge the tax cap
The Bethlehem Central school board adopted a spending plan for the 2012-13 school year, which included a levy limit increase of 3.99 percent.
Board considers changes to walking distance, closing middle school pool
In an effort to close a $4.2 million budget gap, Bethlehem Central School officials announced the first proposed 2012-13 budget cuts at a workshop on Wednesday, March 7 focusing on transportation and maintenance.
Another round of tough budgeting will kick off in coming weeks
The Bethlehem Central School District is projecting a deficit of nearly $4.4 million for the 2012-13 school year budget, even after factoring in the use of $1.75 million in reserve funds and a tax hike.
Bethlehem Central School District Superintendent Michael Tebbano provided the Board of Education with an update regarding recent drug incidents at the high school during a Dec. 7 meeting.