Building and Grounds

Building and Grounds

Capital Project Photos

AHERA Notificaton

The Bainbridge-Guilford Central School District has completed the inspection of its facilities to determine if asbestos is present and if any action is needed to avoid potential health hazards.

A management plan has been developed in compliance with the Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Alert (AHERA) to insure that the school district continues to provide and maintain a safe environment for students, employees and visitors.  

The plan includes:
= Training of maintenance staff to prevent disturbance of asbestos;
= Provisions for periodic re-inspection and surveillance; provisions for abatement activities performed by trained personnel.
= Annually school districts are required to notify parent, teacher, and employee organizations of the availability of their management plans.

A copy of the management plan is available for inspection at the Main Office of the High School and Guilford as well as at the Director of Facilities Office at Greenlawn. Any questions regarding this matter may be directed to James Rideout, Director of Facilities II at 967-6322.

B-G Tested for Lead in Water

B-G Central School District tested for lead over this past 6 months in accordance with a new state law and instructions from the state Department of Health. Safety of our students and staff is always a priority at B-G. The district is abiding by the new standards and regulations set forth by the state and has been proactive in the past in testing for lead and other contaminants,

The requirements call for sampling to take place at all water outlets in all school buildings. More than 200 faucets and other water outlets will be sampled by school staff and sent to a laboratory in Cortland for testing.
The new state lead testing law requires all public school buildings that house kindergarten through grade 5 students to test for lead by Sept. 30. All public school building regardless of grade level must be tested by the end of October. Testing is required every five years under the new law, which was signed by the governor in early September.

Under the new state law, a school building is considered “lead free” if its results show lead in quantities of no greater than 15 parts per billion. The 250 milliliter samples must be taken from cold water outlets where the water has been motionless between eight and 18 hours.

Results are posted on the "links" above. If you have any questions, please call 967-6322.

B-G Facilities - 2016

Click here for a summary of B-G Facilities.

School Buildings

Buildings and Locations
 
Board of Education
Superintendent/District Office
18 Juliand Street
Bainbridge, NY 13733
 
The B-G Jr-Sr High School houses students in grades 7-12 and is located at:
 

The Greenlawn Elementary School has students in grades 2-6, and it is located at:

The Guilford Elementary School has students in grades PreK-1, and it is located at:

 
The district is located mainly in Chenango County, but also has portions in Otsego County, Delaware County and Broome County. To see a map of the district and the most recent federal census statistics click here (MAP) and follow the link (type in Bainbridge-Guilford Central School District in the locator bar or click within the district boundaries to zoom in).
 
Building Use 
Building usage forms will be available in the main office of each school building for classrooms, gyms or cafeteria in that building. Non-School Related Organizations and Groups requesting to use school property will be required to provide proof of insurance and provide a deposit of $100. The deposit will be returned, minus any fees required for room usage, provided there are no damages to school property.
 
 
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