For all BBSD students K-6
The Elementary library will be open 9-11 AM.
June 11, 13, 18, 20, 25, and 27
July 2, 9, 11, 16, 18, 23, 25, and 30
Come to the elementary library to listen to a STEM-themed story, participate in a makerspace activity, and borrow books to read at home! Students do not need to be signed up, but must be accompanied by an adult.
Basketball Camp June 17 - 21; 10:30 - 12:30 (Entering Grades 1-8)
Soccer Camp August 5-8; 5:00 - 6:00 (Entering grades K-1)
Soccer Camp August 5-8; 6:00 - 8:00 (Entering grades 2-5)
For more information email Tanner Prosser at firstname.lastname@example.org
2019 Creative Writing Contest
Varsity cheerleading practices begin June 17 and will be held Mondays and Wednesdays from 9-11am through the end of July. We will meet in the wrestling room. Wear indoor only sneakers. Bring water. You are encouraged to attend.
The Berlin Summer M.A.K.E. Program is designed for students entering second through fifth grade for the 2019-2020 school year. The program will engage students into the components of STEM learning: Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics, through hands-on activities.
Dates: July 29 – August 2; Time: 9:00 – 2:00
Location: Berlin Brothersvalley Elementary School
Program Fee: $75 (or $70/per child for siblings)
(No cash! Please make checks payable to BBSD noting MAKE program in the memo line.)
Registration - Click here to complete the registration, and submit with your payment to the Elementary Office. The program fee includes cost of materials and a t-shirt. Students will need to bring a packed lunch each day. If you have any questions please email: Mrs. Stern at email@example.com
*Space is limited. Registration forms will be accepted until June 4, 2019.
Somerset SCA for Drug & Alcohol along with Twin Lakes Center is conducting a drug & alcohol prevention needs assessment. We are asking Somerset County residents (both adults and youth) to fill out a survey to help us identify drug & alcohol prevention needs in Somerset County.
Youth Survey (Age 17 and under): Youth Survey
Adult Survey (age 18 and up): Adult Survey
To Watch Our Video, Click Here
This is a simple but powerful question as we prepare our students for life after graduation from the Berlin Brothersvalley School District. This question involves having a clear vision of what learning is required for students and an understanding of what will prepare them for an ever changing world of work and life in the future.
In addition, we need to think about how we judge the success of the school district through the successes of our students (now adults) who have used the learning tools provided in the Berlin Brothersvalley School District to live a productive and fulfilling life.
We selected a variety of people from the community to reflect on these questions and provide their perspective. Our interviewees include: Mrs. Margie Zorn, Mr. Larry Philip, Mr. Justin VanGilder, Mr. Brian Slope, Mrs. Cathy Webreck, Senator Pat Stefano and Mr. Scott Etris.
Thanks to our outstanding student videographers for their time and expertise in producing a quality work for our community.
Dear Berlin Brothersvalley Community,
In recent weeks, our nation has experienced heart wrenching and physically devastating violence. We want to acknowledge the toll that these events have taken on schools across the country. In the wake of these events, we want to reassure you that BBSD continues to provide a safe environment for our children to learn.
BBSD is vigilant in our efforts to ensure our schools are safe. We have a detailed emergency operations plan that lays out specific plans and responses related to prevention & mitigation, preparedness, response and recovery. We conduct regular drills that provide practice to our students and staff on how to best respond to emergency situations. Also, we continue to work closely with law enforcement and other security professionals to maximize our safety efforts.
Please know that BBSD continues to be proactive in our safety measures. We encourage the community to work with the school district and local police departments, and to report any issues that may cause you concern. If you see something, please say something, and encourage your children to do the same.
Berlin Brothersvalley School District has the ability to send out text alerts and messages. In order to participate in this service, your cell phone number must be in our student database AND you must indicate your willingness to receive text messages to your phone.
*Although Berlin Brothersvalley School District does not charge for this service, it does not pay for text message charges that may be incurred by you for sending or receiving text messages. Check with your wireless carrier for possible charges.