BG Summer MealsPlease note that there is NO take out!
Posted Wednesday, June 8, 2022
Parent Letter from Superintendent Ryan.
Posted Wednesday, May 25, 2022
Parent Letter Summer School 2022
Posted Monday, April 4, 2022
2022 Spring League Trapshooting Team Document
Posted Thursday, February 10, 2022
All Bobcats please give Mr. Greg Winn a warm welcome as the new Jr-Sr High School Assistant Principal. As a graduate of Bainbridge-Guilford, Mr. Winn brings a strong sense of pride and connection to the district. It means a lot to him to be a part of the culture, climate, community, and academic landscape that he has always taken pride in as a bobcat. Mr. Winn began his career in education as an elementary teacher at Oxford Academy for two years. He was also a teacher at Otselic Valley for ten years where he primarily taught 6th grade English Language Arts and Social Studies, While at Otselic Valley, he started the wrestling program. For the last two and a half years, he has been serving as the Assistant Principal at Afton for grades P-12.Welcome Back to B-G, Mr. Winn!
Posted Tuesday, February 1, 2022
January 22, 2022Dear Bainbridge-Guilford Community Members and Alumni, Over the past week many of you have reached out to members of our Board of Education to voice outrage, pain, and concern over a grotesquely racist video that appeared on social media. As a District, we continually strive towards the creation of an inclusive learning environment that embraces diversity, and therefore have absolutely no tolerance for any form of racist, bigoted, discriminatory, or hateful speech and actions from any members of the Bainbridge-Guilford School community. As the investigation into this painful situation continues, we wanted to express our strong commitment as the Board of Education to listening to the voices and needs of the members of the BG community. We will continue to engage in these conversations as we move forward, in hopes that we can not only help our community to heal, but also to stand in solidarity with all of our students as we focus on creating an environment of respect that they all deserve. Sincerely, Keith Hanvey, Board of Education PresidentGordon Daniels, Board of Education Vice-PresidentShelly Bartow, Board of Education MemberJohn L. Gliha, Board of Education MemberJeanne Shields, Board of Education MemberTimothy Suda, Board of Education MemberRebecca Sullivan, Board of Education Member
Posted Monday, January 24, 2022
Student / Athletes needing a sports physical prior to their season need to have their medical provider complete the NYS SCHOOL HEALTH EXAMINATION FORM found below and on the Athletics page. Please complete and submit to the school at least three work days before the season starts. This can be dropped off at the Jr.-Sr. High School Main Office or faxed to the Nurse's Office at 607-967-6345.NYS SCHOOL HEALTH EXAMINATION FORM
Posted Thursday, August 12, 2021
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.Health: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.pdfPlease send completed forms to Stephanie Brown, ASP Director, at the Greenlawn Elementary School.
Posted Monday, July 19, 2021