At the beginning of April, the New York State Education Department officials will visit the Berlin Central School district to perform a needs assessment.
On March 20, the Berlin High School class of 2019 marked 100 days until graduation with the announcement and celebration of its top 10 academic performers.
The Literacy Leadership Team that consists of several department chairs, administrators, and teachers from the Middle-High School decided to host a Celebration of Learning week. The week of March 11 through 15, highlighted some of the great learning activities that are happening in all the classrooms.
Berlin MS/HS faculty and administrators celebrated Pi Day on Thursday, March 14th by getting pies smashed in their faces by the lucky students who won math bingo earlier that morning.
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Berlin High School students met with staff at NYS Assemblyman Jake Ashby’s office and shared their concerns for the Berlin area regarding mental health.read more
Attend a free college financial aid workshop at Hudson Valley Community College on Wednesday, April 10 at 6 p.m. All families are welcome, not just those with students considering Hudson Valley.read more
During their monthly assembly, Berlin Elementary students answered questions in categories including being responsible, safe and respectful at school in a style resembling the game show Jeopardy. Kindergarten teacher Kasey Hannigan played the role of game show host.read more
Berlin Central School District sent four teams to Coxsackie-Athens for the Odyssey of the Mind tournament on March 9. The tournament is an opportunity for teams to problem-solve in categories that range from building mechanical devices to interpreting literary classics.read more