A message from Dr. Mundell – capital project update

Dear BKW Community,  In recent weeks, BKW administrators and supervisors have worked closely with architects and construction managers to ensure NYSED’s final approval of our capital project plans. We received that approval, effective March 30, 2019.  The project was advertised and potential bidders received specifications for their respective trades. Those bids are due on Tuesday, …

Adopted state budget begins to clear BKW budget picture

Now that New York has adopted its state budget, BKW officials can work toward finalizing a budget proposal to present to the board of education. “Each year, our budget process comes to a standstill while the state hammers out its budget,” said Superintendent Dr. Timothy Mundell. “We know the foundation aid in the governor’s proposal …

Summer programs schedule

Te help parents plan their summer calendars, please look at these dates. Each school will send further information home with students as it becomes available. July 1-Aug. 12—Secondary School Summer School at Cobleskill CSD July 8-12—Bulldog Basketball Camp July 8-26—STEAM Camp July 8-Aug. 16—Special Education Extended School Year July 15-19—PTA Art Enrichment Camp July 22-26—Art …

A message from Dr. Mundell—education for all

Dear BKW Community, We hope you are all doing well. As we look ahead to the next school year, we are very excited to prepare for the renovation work involved with the capital project. The plan is for work to begin on June 26. It will continue throughout the 2019-20 school year, culminating in mid-September …

Getting ready to take NYS assessments on computers

This year, some BKW elementary students will take a portion of their New York State assessments on computers. For parents, that sounds a bit scary. For students, who are growing up in the digital age, technology is a regular part of their world. That does not mean, however, that all students have the same access …

They are because we are – Blue Bag Program

We found a group of volunteers who dedicate hours each month to get books into the hands of BKW students. Retired BKW teacher Judy Tambasco brought the Blue Bag Program to school, believing children would read if they had a steady flow of books to read. She was right. Meet Judy Tambasco and her group …