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.
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.
The Berlin High School Pops Concert was held February 28 in the auditorium. The audience was entertained with many favorite pop selections performed by the Senior High School Chorus, Senior High School Band and 13 solo performances, including an original song performed by Christina Reger.
We would like to share some preventative information about vaping. We are seeing more incidents involving vaping at Berlin Middle/High School and are concerned about the potential impact on our students’ health.
There is an Open House on Wednesday, January 16 from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. at Questar Ill’s Rensselaer Educational Center in Troy. This is an opportunity for parents and students to learn about our programs and to speak with staff about the exciting options available to high school students. All ninth and tenth grade students in Rensselaer County are invited.
National Art Honor Society (NAHS) members from the MS/HS volunteered during the “Traditional Clothespin Doll Ornament” event held at Berlin Elementary School on Monday, December 10th.