Bainbridge-Guilford Central School District

Schedule Change!
January 25-27, 2022

Due to this cancellation, B-G Jr.-Sr. High School Students will have regular classes on these days.

January 28, 2022
Half Day for ALL Students!  
Dismissal Times: 
Guilford: 11:25 AM
 Greenlawn: 11:55 AM
Jr-Sr High School: 12:10 PM
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BG High School
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Latest News

Parent Letter - January 13 Changes in Quarantine and Isolation

Parent Letter regarding the changes in quarantine and isolation protocols as communicated to B-g by the Chenango County Department of Health. Forms can be found under ANNOUNCEMENTS or by going to the District Plans and Documents page under DISTRICT dropdown above. 

Budget Presentations start in January

Budget season has begun here at Bainbridge-Guilford.   If you are interested in hearing and learning more about the different areas of the 2022-2023 school budget, information will be presented at each of the Board meetings for the next few months.   
We welcome any community members who would like to join us as we move through the various areas of the budget working towards a final spending plan to present to taxpayers for vote in May.  We hope to see you there!
Below is the schedule of the budget presentations:

Meetings at the High School
January 6 – Athletics 
January 20 – Transportation & Facilities -
March 3 – BOCES Services 
March 17 – Budget Progress Update

Meetings at Guilford Elementary School
February 3 – Special Education
February 17 – Tax Cap Review 

April 7 – Board of Education Adopts the 2022-23 School Budget
April 18 – School Board Candidate Nominating Petitions are due in the District Office by 5 PM. 
May 3 – Budget Brochure mailed to District Residents
May 10 – Voter Registration
  • Bainbridge Residents - Greenlawn Elementary School
  • Guilford Residents - Guilford Elementary School
May 10 – Public Budget Hearing – place TBD
May 17 – District Residents vote on the proposed budget
  • Bainbridge Residents – Greenlawn Elementary
  • Guilford Residents – Guilford Elementary

Parent Letter - Test Kits - January 3, 2022

Parent Letter regarding at home COVID test kits.

Parent Letter December 16 2021

Parent Letter December 13, 2021

Parent Letter from Superintendent Ryan.

Statement From DCMO BOCES

DECEMBER 10, 2021 - 11:15 AM
On the morning of Friday December 10, 2021 a threat was made on the social media app Snapchat.  At approximately 9:20 am, DCMO BOCES was alerted and by 9:26 am both the Alan D. Pole Campus and the administration building were both placed on a precautionary hold-in-place.
Safety measures were immediately deployed to all 16 Component Districts communicating the situation and the restricted  facility access..  The facilities will remain in precautionary hold-in-place status until a safe dismissal is approved.  There will be no afternoon classes at the Alan D. Pole Campus.
District Superintendent Perry T. Dewey stated that the threat requires the deployment of multiple safety processes, “We have our School Resource Officer actively assisting us and we are and will continue to remain in contact with both the Chenango County Sheriff’s Office and the New York State Police, as an active ongoing investigation is currently taking place.”
Updates will be posted at both the DCMO BOCES website at and also at the organization’s Facebook page.
Perry T Dewey 
District Superintendent DCMO BOCES
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2021-22 Odyssey of the Mind

Season Starts November 2nd! 
Go to the OM Page HERE! 

Parent Letter!

Click on this PDF file, Parent Letter.pdf, for the current message from Superintendent Tim Ryan. 

After School Program is BACK!

What is the after school program?
The After School Program (ASP) is a program that is sponsored by the Bainbridge-Guilford Central School District.  It is a safe and supervised time for students after the school day has ended.  The program will be held in the Greenlawn library, cafeteria, classrooms, and playground.   The After School Program is open to BG students who are enrolled in grades Prek-6 for the 2021-2022 school year. 
The program will allow students supervised time for school work and enrichment, recreation and a snack will be provided. 

Hours of Operation:
The program will run school days from 2:45 p.m. until 5:30 p.m.  We will only have staffing for the program until 5:30 p.m.  There WILL be childcare offered on early dismissal half days for conferences.   There will NOT be childcare on early release days due to weather or emergency closing days. 

Picking up your child:
When you arrive to pick up your child you MUST sign him/her out.  If there is someone else picking up your child you MUST call the director to notify.   The enclosed form allows for families to list two other individuals that might be picking up their child.  
The Afterschool Program can be reached directly at (607) 967-6309 between 2:45 p.m. and 5:30 p.m.  Please come in the front door of the school when picking up your child.

Tuition Costs:
The program is FREE for all BG students.
However, all students must be pre-registered for the program.  Students DO NOT have to attend every day of the week, and DO NOT have to stay for the entire time.  
All students are expected to follow the BG code of conduct and the rules that are in place.  Parents will be contacted about serious behavioral problems.  If the problems continue, your child will be removed from the program.  As always, violence is NOT tolerated.

If a child becomes ill, the staff will determine the urgency.  If your child is uncomfortable, the staff will contact the parent.  If a child gets injured while at the program, the parent will be informed of what happened and how the injury was treated.  There will also be an accident form that needs to be filled out by staff and the parents.  In the case of a serious injury, parents will be called for instructions.  Life threatening situations will warrant a 911 call.  Please see the director if medication needs to be given during the afterschool program.

If you have any questions or concerns with the program please don’t hesitate to call and let us know.  Thank you for all of your support.  We will have a wonderful year!

Form For Registration: ASP form 2021-22.pdf

Please send completed forms to Stephanie Brown, ASP Director, at the Greenlawn Elementary School.

Adult Basic Education /High School Equivalency

Are you interested in earning a high school equivalency diploma, or improving your reading, writing and math skills? There are free, educational services available through Afton Central School’s Adult and Continuing Education program. 
Afton Adult Education sponsors two classes per week in many area schools and libraries. You may join a class at any time. Classes are free, and work is individualized.
For those unable to attend a class, there is a program offered through the mail called GRASP (Giving Ready Adults a Study Program). This program is designed for motivated people 21 years of age or older who work well on their own and possess good reading skills.
Individuals who have passed regents examination in English language arts, mathematics, science and social studies can substitute those passing scores for a maximum of four of the five corresponding Test Assessing Secondary Completion (TASC) subtests: reading, writing, math, science and social studies.
For more information on high school equivalency classes and home study programs, contact:
June White, Director
Adult Continuing Education Program 
Afton Central School
PO Box 5
29 Academy Street
Afton, NY 13730
607-639-2811 or 1-800-792-2145

Substitute Bus Drivers NEEDED!

Call 967-6324 for information!

"How to" Directions for Accessing Kajeet, Email, Google Classroom and Drive!

Directions for accessing Kajeet, Email, Google Classroom and Drive can be found on the Technology Page under the DEPARTMENTS or the PARENTS/STUDENTS drop down list. 

Student Screening Survey

Please complete the pre-school day student screening survey that is found under the Parent/Student dropdown. REFRESH the screen to reset the survey for the next student. 
An "APP" will be coming later this month! Thank-you!  

Re-Opening Letter From the Superintendent!

Click HERE for reopening information!  


Home of the Bobcats!

Parent permission slip for COVID Testing 
Complete if student has tested positive for COVID-19
Complete if student has been identified as a close contact
The Bainbridge-Guilford Board of Education 
Click HERE for Meeting Schedule! 
Open Session starts at 6:30 PM
Below is the schedule of the budget presentations.
Documents available on those dates:
High School - Jan 6 – Athletics
High School - Jan 20 – Facilities
Guilford - Feb 3 – Transportation & Special Education
Guilford - Feb 17 – Tax Cap Review 
High School - Mar 3 – BOCES Services 
High School - Mar 17 – Budget Progress Update
Click HERE for the District COVID Info 
COVID-19 is available HERE!    
CRSSA Act Grant
Kajeet, Email, Google Classroom & Drive
can be found on the TECHNOLOGY Page!

Employment Opportunities can be found under the
DISTRICT drop down list!