YOU are invited to be part of the Blue Devils family. If would like to join our Teacher Aide team, please apply: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1hFlm30k2pvNLxuBHk_LLgzKr-022pEL4YfEb-hgRoVc/edit?usp=sharing
It’s #schoolboardrecognitionweek and, to thank our amazing Batavia Board of Education (BOE) members for their service to the District and community, I presented each with a certificate of appreciation and a travel bag emblazoned with the District logo. Pictured from left, standing, are Superintendent Soler, John Marucci, BOE Vice President Peter Cecere, Shawna Murphy, Student Ex-officio Member Cooper Mattice, John Reigle, and seated from left, Tanni Bromley, Barbara Bowman, and BOE President Alice Ann Benedict.
In honor of #schoolboardrecognitionweek, we would like to thank the Batavia City School's Board of Education for their commitment to our students.
We are loving our new app! Access documents, events, news updates, and even emergency notifications, right from your pocket. Download the app on Android: https://bit.ly/3i6EAyc or iPhone: https://apple.co/3jOg8ls.
We’re thrilled to announce Batavia City School District’s new app! Access documents, events, news updates, even emergency notifications. Download the app on Android: https://bit.ly/3i6EAyc or iPhone: https://apple.co/3jOg8ls.
How does our BCSD Music Department deal with COVID-19 changes? Here is how https://youtu.be/3p0q8H9WhuQ
Behind every great school, there is a great principal! Please join me in recognizing our amazing leaders as we begin National Principals Month! 💙🖤🤍#ThankAPrincipal #BetterTogether #WEareBatavia #BataviaStrong
BHS senior Jake Long interviewed our superintendent, Mr. Anibal Soler, Jr., to discuss why it is important to recognize our students’ diverse backgrounds and heritage. Jake's interview was one example of the District-wide activities applauding diversity during Hispanic Heritage Month.
REMINDER: On all days when students are in remote or virtual learning from home, they are still eligible for school meals (breakfast and lunch). Meal pick-up takes place Monday through Friday any time between 9 -11:30 a.m. at both Jackson Primary (Hutchins Street bus loop only) and John Kennedy Intermediate (Vine Street/main office entrance).
It was so good to have students back in the building last week! This spirited group is Miss Tretter and Mrs. Wild’s third grade class! (Mrs Konieczny also joined the class for this fun picture.)
BCSD students back after 6 months return to the classroom: Kids get reacquainted with schools Monday. https://www.thedailynewsonline.com/top_story/bcsd-students-back-after-6-months/article_67ffb0b9-0a5d-5077-a79b-619377256571.html
BCSD Blue Devils Community, The district is currently experiencing internet connectivity issues with our network. We apologize for any issues it may have caused with virtual and remote learning. Please know that we are in constant contact with EduTech and are looking to resolve the issue as soon as possible. Thank you, Anibal Soler, Jr. Superintendent
The Stakeholder Reopen Batavia Strong Survey will close July 13th. Please make sure your voice is included and please provide input that will help inform our reopening plans due to NYS by July 31st. Thank you! The Reopen Batavia Strong Task Force
Today, the New York State Education Department released official guidance for school districts to develop plans to reopen schools. Batavia City Schools will be bound by both NYS Department of Health and NYS Education Department guidance as plans are finalized. Parents, students and staff please read them here: http://www.nysed.gov/common/nysed/files/programs/reopening-schools/nys-p12-school-reopening-guidance.pdf