Attention Parents of Seniors! There are still some seniors who have not turned in their senior photos, baby photos, senior information, or all of the above to the yearbook staff. This information must be submitted via the applicable forms found on the yearbook website: http://brdfrd.com/lamoka-log Specifically, seniors can navigate to this page on the site which provides all of the deadlines: https://sites.google.com/bradfordcsd.org/lamoka-log-yearbook/seniors. If these items are not submitted by January 21, 2022, we will not be able to guarantee that your choice of photos or information will be included in the yearbook. This is a firm deadline as we need to continue moving forward with the production of the yearbook and must fill these pages in order to meet other critical deadlines. If you need your photo taken for your senior page, please reach out to a yearbook advisor by email at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule your photo. If you have any questions, you can also email us at that address.
Thank you to everyone who completed and returned the Digital Equity survey sent home in the mail. Your participation will be helpful in giving our District representation in our continued effort to close the technology divide in our homes and region.
Upcoming Vaccine Clinic
Dear BCS Families, The Bradford Ski Club will once again be functioning this school year. Sign-ups for this club are taking place right now. Students can sign up in the front office through Friday, December 17th. We are looking to offer skiing on the following dates... January 16th, 23rd, 30th and February 6th. A bus will leave the school at approximately 2:00pm and should return around 9:30pm. *If a student cannot attend on one of these dates they can use their pass on a different date. The cost of ski club is as follows... 4 ski passes $109 4 ski rentals $58 (if needed) 4 meal vouchers $40 (if desired) The school is responsible for collecting the money for each student and then we will make one total payment to Swain. Passes will be distributed to students the first time they go to Swain. Payment will be accepted in the front office between Monday, December 20th and Friday, January 7th. Mrs. Monell and Ms. Grant are serving as our club advisors this school year. Thank you.
Congratulations Gabe, Mayson and Nick on successfully completing your Level 1 Logging Chainsaw Training course at BOCES. If we ever need to tell a tree we’ll know who to call.
The BCS Fitness Center is opening today.
Wishing all of you a happy, hearty and safe Thanksgiving with your family and friends. We will see you again on Monday, albeit, a little bit rounder than before we left.
The Bradford CSD Fitness Center will once again be open to the public beginning Monday, November 29th. The center will be open from 4:30-6:30pm on Monday and Wednesday of each week. If the school is closed on one of these days the center will not open. The school hallways will also be available to community members who would like to walk. You must be (18) years of age to use the center and a liability waiver needs to be signed. Please remember masks must be worn at all times when inside the school building. Happy walking, running and lifting.
Congratulations Mason on being named the Student of the Month in your BOCES Heavy Equipment program. We are proud of you!
Reminder, there is a vaccination clinic being offered to anyone age 5 and older today at the school between 9am and noon. Both Moderna and Pfizer vaccines are available and this clinic can accommodate initial and booster vaccinations. Thank you.
Dear Air Supply, If a parent/guardian calls the school today at (607) 583-4616 can they still schedule a time to meet with their child’s teacher on this Parent/Teacher Conference Day? Anxiously awaiting your response. Thank you.
What is Veterans Day? Veterans Day is an American holiday that honors the men and women who have served honorably in the U.S. military. Veterans Day is different from Memorial Day (celebrated the final Monday in May), which honors members of the military who died while serving. Veterans Day originated on November 11, 1919, when U.S. President Woodrow Wilson proclaimed it Armistice Day to honor veterans of World War I.
COMMUNITY VACCINATION CLINIC SPONSORED BY SCHUYLER COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
Dear BCS Parents/Guardians, Parent/Teacher Conferences are slated to be held during regular school hours on Friday, November 12th. Many teachers have, or will be, reaching out to you directly to schedule a time to meet. If you have not been contacted yet, but wish to meet with your child’s teacher, please contact the school at (607) 583-4616 to schedule an appointment. On Saturday, November 13th between 9:00am and noon the Schuyler County Public Health Department will be hosting a vaccination clinic at BCS for anyone ages 5 and older. This event can accommodate both initial vaccinations and/or booster shots. More information about this clinic will be shared with our community soon. Thank you.
Dear BCS Parents/Guardians, Parent/Teacher Conferences are slated to be held during regular school hours on Friday, November 12th. Many teachers have, or will be, reaching out to you directly to schedule a time to meet. If you have not been contacted yet, but wish to meet with your child’s teacher, please contact the school at (607) 583-4616 to schedule an appointment. You may have heard about a new program called “Test to Stay” which allows a path for students who have been deemed a close contact of a person who has tested positive for COVID-19, to remain in school. This program must be adopted by the local department of health and county government before a school could consider its implementation. As of now Schuyler County has not approved this program, but it is under consideration. If this program is adopted by our county we will share out specifics with our families. On Saturday, November 13th between 9:00am and noon the Schuyler County Public Health Department will be hosting a vaccination clinic at BCS for anyone ages 5 and older. This event can accommodate both initial vaccinations and/or booster shots. More information about this clinic will be shared with our community soon. Unfortunately today we saw our first positive cases of COVID-19 in quite some time. Let this serve as a reminder that the threat of COVID-19 is still very real and we need to remain vigilant in our precautions to keep one another safe and minimize disruption in schooling. Our local public health department recommends that wearing a mask, becoming vaccinated and disinfecting are all steps that can accomplish these goals. Thank you to everyone for your continued support of our students and district. Go Braves! John Marshall Superintendent
Heck with Broadway, the best theatrical talent exists on “Brad”way! What an amazing show put on today by these thespians.
More Moana you say…
Now showing at BCS….Moana.
Last pictures. Wishing you all lots of candy and fun. Please be safe everyone.
Our deputy had lots of extra help today.