The Rensselaer County Health Department has asked the district to share information with parents about a number of cases of pertussis, or whooping cough, which have been reported in the county this year. Below is a parent letter and fact sheet. Please note this information is precautionary. No cases have been reported in Brunswick (Brittonkill)… Read more »
With many members of the armed services returning home in recent days, the district invites any families in our community who have a member of the military returning home to please let us know so we can post welcome home and thank you signs on our outdoor sign. Simply contact Communications Specialist Jason McCord at… Read more »
The Middle School Specials’ Team held Tamarac’s annual Middle School Ice Cream Social on Friday, September 21 to welcome new students and staff. Students and staff enjoyed ice cream offered by CAPCOM Federal Credit Union’s ice cream truck while socializing with friends outside on the Tamarac track. Thank you to CAPCOM, who also provides student… Read more »
The Brunswick (Brittonkill) CSD would like to offer its sincere appreciation to Karen Zagursky, who resigned from the Board of Education on Sept. 20 after more than eight years on the Board to spend more time with her family. “Karen has been a tireless advocate for students during her time on the Board,” said Superintendent… Read more »
To help parents understand the new Common Core Learning Standards which guide curriculum, the district has provided a number of resources. Click here to read more…
We had so many parents e-mail photos for opening day that we included them in our Opening Day photo slideshow, available by clicking here… Thank you for all the great photos! Have a photo you’d like to share? E-mail your photo to Communications Specialist Jason McCord and we will add it to our photo slideshow.
The Board of Education has adopted new admission fees for athletic events this year. Admission is $3 for adults and $2 for students. However, there is no admission fee for senior citizens. The Board decided to increase the fees by $1 after a review showed they had not been increased in many years.