Berlin Central School District is excited to welcome its Mountaineers back to school tomorrow, September 7, 2023! 
Please find important information such as arrival and dismissal times, district calendar at a glance, a message from our Transportation Department, BCSD Menus for the month of September, BMHS’ Bell Schedules based on lunch periods, and BNL Transportation information. 

Arrival and Dismissal Times:
BES School Day Begins at 9:00 am
Student Drop Off – 9:00 am – 9:10 am
(Students arriving after 9:10 am will need to be walked into school)
Student Pick Up Begins – 3:15 pm
Bus Dismissal Begins – 3:20 pm
Buses Depart – 3:30 pm
*Breakfast served between 9:00 am and 9:30 am
BMHS Student Drop Off Begins – 7:10 am
BMHS Homeroom Begins at 7:25 am
(Homeroom time updated 9/7/23 to allow students more time for breakfast.)
Students will be Tardy after 7:30 am
Student Pick Up Begins – 2:15 pm
Buses Depart – 2:15 pm
*Breakfast served between 7:10 am and 7:30 amYour patience is appreciated as we adjust to this new schedule.

​Food Service Announcement:

Berlin CSD is pleased to announce that ALL Mountaineer students are eligible to receive FREE meals during the 2023-2024 school year. To learn more about free meals for students visit the Food Services page on our website.​ Find the September Breakfast & Lunch menus ​attached below.
Message from BCSD Transportation: 
During the first weeks of school please be patient as parents, students, and staff familiarize themselves with the bussing process, especially on the first day as everyone wants a picture, a hug or a little extra time. In the afternoon, our staff takes great care to ensure all students are on the correct routes. The afternoon has APPROXIMATE drop off time. This time may vary depending on various factors, such as: school dismissal, traffic, weather etc.
If you have any questions about bus transportation, please reach out to the BCSD Bus Dispatcher – Ms. Layla Davis – 518-658-2812 or
BNL Athletics Transportation: 
Please find important BNL Athletics Transportation information here.