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Patriot Performers play for Bright Futures Learning Center

The Broadalbin-Perth Jr./Sr. High School Patriot Performers recently performed for children at the Bright Futures Learning Center. The show, which took place at the Paul Nigra Center for Creative Arts, was led by junior high band director Laura Jacaruso. The Patriot Performers played a variety of folk songs, Disney tunes, and children’s songs for their young audience. The group also showed the children the instruments they were using and discussed how they work together in a band.

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By a vote of 454 to 154 (74.7%), residents of the Broadalbin-Perth Central School District approved a $41,738,473 budget for the 2024-25 school year. Residents also approved a $37,845,000 capital project by a vote of 437 to 177 (71.2%), as well as a bus purchase proposition (478 to 130 votes, 78.6% approval rate). Incumbent Ed Szumowski, who was running unopposed, was elected to a fourth term on the Board of Education with 471 votes.

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BPHS Patriot Academy students place in Olympics of the Visual Arts competition

Broadalbin-Perth Jr./Sr. High School's Patriot Academy recently had the opportunity to participate in the Olympics of the Visual Arts (OVA) in Saratoga Springs. OVA is run by the New York State Art Teachers Association and is in its 42nd year. OVA invites school districts from all across New York to compete in eight different categories: painting, illustration, sculpture, fashion, design, drawing, photography, and architecture. More than 25 school districts, from Syosset to Gloversville, were in attendance at the day-long competition. More than 700 students, from the elementary to the high school level, participated in creating artwork and portfolios that were on display.

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BPHS students visit Driscoll Foods Upstate Culinary Expo

Fifteen Broadalbin-Perth Jr./Sr. High School students recently attended the Driscoll Foods Upstate Culinary Expo at the Queensbury Hotel. The students represented Marketing, Principles of Business, and Work-Based Learning classes, as well as the Future Business Leaders of America. The event was a special and unique opportunity, supported by executive management at Driscoll Foods company, for students to attend an in-person, immersive business event. Students were able to stand side-by-side with company owners, college food purchasing agents, and general managers of major restaurants and hotels, providing them with a live work experience. 

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