The Board of Education Meeting held on November 17, 2020 is now available for viewing at https://brdfrd.com/ygp3s
over 3 years ago, Bradford Central School District
A link for the free Coursera classes offered by NYS is listed below. https://labor.ny.gov/careerservices/coursera/coursera.shtm
over 3 years ago, John Marshall
New Yorkers can now take free online courses through Coursera. In partnership with Coursera, we launched a free online platform for New Yorkers to learn new job skills, earn certificates and advance their careers. At a time when unemployment has risen due to the pandemic, we hope these online courses will help New Yorkers get back on their feet. So, whether you're unemployed, underemployed, or are simply interested in learning new skills, check it out and sign up.
over 3 years ago, Bradford Central School District
We can't underestimate the strain of COVID fatigue. Mental health is just as important as physical health. New Yorkers can call the State's mental health hotline at 1-844-863-9314 for free emotional support, consultations & referrals to a provider or visit the Office of Mental Health for resources.
over 3 years ago, John Marshall
NEWS from the Cafeteria Free weekday breakfast and weekend lunches are available for delivery. If you would like to take advantage of this opportunity please call the main office at 583-4616 to be added to the delivery list.
over 3 years ago, John Marshall
The Bradford Central School District would like to thank all former and current military members for their service.
over 3 years ago, John Marshall
Veterans Day
Have a safe Halloween!
over 3 years ago, Katheryn Ellison
Great costume
Hippies
4th graders
Creative
More Halloween fun!
over 3 years ago, Katheryn Ellison
A spelling bee 🐝
Cuties!
Great costumes!
Reigning cats and dogs
A great Halloween day at BCS!
over 3 years ago, Katheryn Ellison
A hungry caterpillar
M&M’s
Cuties
Officers in training.
The difference between remote and in-person student learning is HUGE. Let us all be diligent in our actions so our students can come to school each and every day.
over 3 years ago, John Marshall
PE
PE
The end of October is here and the much anticipated Halloween is at the end of this week. 🎃 This year, it is our intention to maintain the positive and fun spirit of this event. Students are allowed to wear appropriate costumes on Friday, October 30. The costume should not interfere with learning and the ability to attend classes (be able to sit at a desk, etc... ). Students should plan to wear their costumes during the course of the day. Students will not have the opportunity to change into a costume at school. The costume must not obstruct with the student’s duties and responsibilities of learning. The dress code applies to all costumes. While students are not required to wear costumes on Halloween, those students who do wish to participate are reminded of the following guidelines: Face painting should be applied at home and should be minimally applied so that students’ faces are recognizable. Costumes may not mock another student, faculty member, race, religious or lifestyle preference. Costume accessories that are deemed dangerous or similar to weaponry are not permitted. Full face masks or any item that will impede vision are not allowed. Blow up costumes are not allowed. Finally, all costumes should maintain the integrity of our school dress code. Please understand that these guidelines are put in place to ensure the safety of all our students. If a student’s costume is found to be inappropriate, they will be asked to remove the costume. Wearing a costume is considered a school privilege. Sadly, this year due to Covid restrictions we will not be having a school wide parade. Our yearbook staff will be taking pictures and posting them to our website and social media pages for all to enjoy.
over 3 years ago, Katheryn Ellison
Please see the most recent COVID-19 update from the Bradford Central School District.
over 3 years ago, John Marshall
COVID-19 Update
COVID-19 Update
All varsity and modified soccer matches scheduled for this Saturday, October 24th, have been cancelled. The girls' will now have their Senior Recognition game on Monday, October 26th at 4:30 PM against Marcus Whitman CSD and the boys' will have the Senior Recognition game on Saturday, October 31st at 11:00 AM against Bloomfield CSD.
over 3 years ago, John Marshall
Last night's Board of Education Meeting can be viewed at the following link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1sYjTqf_0iKGUFjIJ7m7_WjbfQCdds3pc/view?usp=sharing
over 3 years ago, Bradford Central School District
As this is School Board Appreciation Week, help me in saying thank you to our (5) outstanding school board members! Our students and staff benefit from their leadership and vision every day. It is an honor to serve with such a dedicated and caring group of people. Tonight's meeting will be recorded and a link provided for public viewing shortly after the meeting concludes.
over 3 years ago, John Marshall
SENIORS! We are ready to accept your senior information and senior photos for the Yearbook. Please complete this form with all of your information: https://brdfrd.com/dzpa7. You will need to sign into your school account in order to access the form.
over 3 years ago, Bradford Central School District
Please read the following letter for an important update from Superintendent John Marshall.
over 3 years ago, Bradford Central School District
COVID-19 Update - October 16, 2020
Elementary Clarification: Students at the elementary level who have been quarantining should continue to do so. Thank you.
over 3 years ago, John Marshall
Dear BCS Families, Tomorrow, Friday, October 16th all middle and high school students (grades 7 - 12) will stay home due to a positive COVID case at the high school level. This includes any student who attends an all day program at BOCES. Students should work remotely and can check Google Classroom, email or the Remind app for updates from their teachers. Students at the elementary school should report to school as normal. This involves all students in grades PreK - 6. This closure at the middle/high school is done so out of an abundance of caution and so we can assist our local public health department in the gathering of information. All high school activities will be cancelled on Friday as well. More information will be forthcoming. Thank you.
over 3 years ago, John Marshall
This year, the Lamoka Log Yearbook Class will be providing a monthly newsletter update with information and events from around the school. Some of the stories in our newsletters will also be highlighted in this year's yearbook. Please enjoy the first edition of the newsletter: https://brdfrd.com/xb6cc
over 3 years ago, Bradford Central School District