This is the first year the Berlin Track and Field team has combined with New Lebanon to form one track and field program. With a new track in Berlin on the way the school boards decided now was the time to start working together to build a stronger program.
Mrs. Witbeck’s 5th grade English and Language Arts (ELA) classes have immersed themselves in a mini research project on something fascinating….Zoos and their relationship to endangered animals! The students have been working hard to answer the challenging question: Should Zoos Exist?
This spring, Berlin High School established its first Clay Target Team. After Coach June Hoffman’s husband, Bob Hoffman, learned about the New York State Clay Target League through a flyer on Facebook, the wheels were motion.
Residents of the Berlin Central School District approved the $21,961,768 budget for the 2019-20 school year by a vote of 201 (yes) to 73 (no). Bus Proposition 206 (yes) to 65 (no) and Capital Reserve 202 (yes) to 86 (no). Residents also voted to fill three seats on...
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Congratulations to 10th grader Kianna Flavin. who was named the April Artist of the Month! Kianna is currently enrolled in Graphic Design along with being a very active member of National Art Honor Society.read more
On Fridays, for over 15 years, first-grade teacher Mrs. Heinrichs and third-grade teacher Mrs. Tracy Peter-Hoen have brought their classes together for “Book Buddies.”read more