Letter from Dr. Mundell on Capital Project newsletter

Dear BKW Community, In the next few days a newsletter containing all pertinent information about the capital project proposal will be mailed to community residents. We believed the newsletter to be an important tool in providing information for community members in preparation for the voting to take place on November 2. The newsletter itself was …

Bulldogs win Sectional opener, will face Galway Friday

In a back and forth affair, the #6 seed BKW Boys Varsity Soccer team defended home field, and beat #11 Canajoharie 4-2 in a Section II Class C opening round game. With the game tied 2-2 in the second half, the Bulldogs kept constant pressure on the visiting Cougars, netting two more goals to win …

Teachers and parents talk about the importance of the Capital Project vote Nov. 2

Berne-Knox-Westerlo teachers and parents talk about the importance of the upcoming Capital Project vote on November 2nd. “This building is in real need of repair and real need of upgrade,” said Dr. Timothy Mundell, District Superintendent, while talking about the Elementary school. “I just know that the times have changed,” said BKW parent Rebecca Miller. …

Students learn safety during Fire Prevention Week demonstrations

Elementary school students got a first-hand look at firefighting equipment during National Fire Prevention Week demonstrations Thursday. Firefighters also spoke to classes about ways students can stay safe, as well as the theme of this year’s Fire Prevention Week: “Every Second Counts: Plan 2 Ways Out!” Firefighters from the Knox Volunteer Fire Department, Westerlo Volunteer …

Superintendent: building vote on Nov. 2 an important, exciting opportunity

Dear BKW community, It is good to be back into the school routine. September was a busy month with school opening, many after school activities and open houses. The District has a great deal of energy and it is exciting to watch. The most exciting task before us as a school community is the proposed …