The district will be hosting a Back To School Night on September 1st from 5-7 pm for all SLC families grades UPK-12. The event will include free school supplies, community partner tables, a school club fair, haircuts, raffles, giveaways, MS and HS Orientation, and much more! Click here for more information: https://5il.co/1ftvr
Please click on the link below to read the June edition of the Bird's Eye View, BFCSD's Digital Newsletter. https://www.smore.com/pc4f2
Reminder: There will be no school for students or staff tomorrow, May 27th, due to the give back snow day. There is also no school on Monday, May 30th due to the Memorial Day holiday. School will resume on Tuesday, May 31st. It will be a Day 3. Enjoy your long weekend!
Summer Camp Opportunities for SLC Students:
Our community selected summer enrichment programming for students as one of their top priorities with the federal funding. Please view/fill out the form below for your child if you would like to be included in our planning for the summer. Some of the programs list contact information only. If you are interested in one of those programs, you do not need to complete the form. You can contact the email address.
COMPLETE BY TUESDAY, MAY 24TH
Good afternoon parents, guardians and all those interested in all the amazing events our students participate in that are also presented on a live platform, so everyone can attend. We would like to explain our streaming of these events. As we all know starting in 2020 based on necessity we began to live stream these live events with varying degrees of success based on the content of the event.
These streamed events have been presented with the technology the district had on hand or have purchased in the years since, however when streaming concerts it requires specialized equipment that the district is working on acquiring. With a worldwide backlog of technology equipment, it may be another six to eight months before this type of technology might be in place at St. Lawrence Central.
While we work to provide a more consistent streaming platform, we would recommend attending these events in person. If you cannot attend in person, we ask that you remember that the students and their teachers have worked diligently to provide you with the best product possible. We also ask that you keep negative comments off the live stream and contact an administrator or technology office with the negative experience, so we can better serve everyone in the future.
Reminder: School resumes on Monday, April 25th after Spring Break. It will be a Day 2. Enjoy your weekend!
Reminder: There will be no school for students or staff tomorrow, April 14th, due to the give back snow day. School will resume Monday, April 25th. It will be a Day 2. Enjoy your Spring Break!
SLC and Parishville elementary schools battled in a friendly reading competition during Read Across America week. Read more in this article published on NNY360 written by Bob Beckstead. https://tinyurl.com/msp5ytte
National Honor Society will host its 2nd annual blood drive on Thursday, March 10th from 9-2 in the Middle School gym. You can sign up through the Red Cross website, the App, or you can email Ron Jeror at email@example.com
for an appointment.
Brasher Falls Central School District is closed for today, February 18th.
Due to a water main issue in the elementary building basement, today will be a remote learning day for all SLC Elementary Students only. . Teachers will be reaching out through ClassDoJo with class schedules.
Brasher Falls Central School District is closed for today, February 4th. The Parent Teacher conferences that were scheduled for today at the Elementary School will be rescheduled for next Friday, February 11th.
There will be NO after school activities or sports for today, February 3rd.
Brasher Falls Central School District is on a TWO Hour Delay. This will include NO Morning Pre-K and NO Morning Program for today, February 3rd.
Message from NYS Education Department Monday Evening:
The State Education Department understands that Nassau County Supreme Court has ruled that the Department of Health exceeded its authority in enacting the mask regulation, 10 NYCRR 2.60, in Demetriou et al. v. New York State Dep’t of Health et al. This regulation is the subject of conflicting decisions, insofar as Albany County Supreme Court recently upheld the regulation in Massapequa UFSD et al. v. Hochul, et al.
It is SED’s understanding that the Department of Health will appeal the Nassau County Supreme Court decision, which will result in an automatic stay that will unambiguously restore the mask rule until such time as an appellate court issues a further ruling. Therefore, schools must continue to follow the mask rule.
Thank you for your patience as we continue to work through the expected and unexpected daily/weekly changes we are dealing with. For now, masks are still mandated for everyone in school.