December 8, 2011
Bethlehem Central High School
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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.