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Beaver River Central School serves as a center for education in dynamic partnership with students, staff, parents, and community to provide each student the opportunity to achieve maximum potential in all areas of life and learning now and in the future.

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Teacher & Staff Appreciation at BRCS
Would you like to send a message of thanks to a faculty or staff member at BRCS? If so, please send your brief message to the Home & School Association by Thursday, April 21st. We will include your message on a banner that will be displayed as part of the Home & School
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Online Knowledge Test Application (OKTA) Available March 1
Beaver River Central School is a participating partner with the DMV and the State of New York to offer the NYS Department of Motor Vehicles’ Online Knowledge Test Application (OKTA). This program is designed to allow high school students ages 15 and older to take the driver’s license knowledge test in their own school via the internet for free; reducing the time spent by students and their parents at the DMV office.
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T-Shirt Baseball/Softball Sign-Ups
Youth baseball and softball papers will be sent home the 3rd week of April. Any student who will be entering Kindergarten through 6th grade as of September 2016 is eligible to play. The teams will be divided K-2 and 3-6. The number of teams will depend on the number of students who sign up. Papers should be sent back to school before Friday, May 6. They may be handed in to Sheila Neddo in the elementary office or Nicole Brown in the HS/MS Attendance office. There will be a $15.00 playing fee. Checks can be payable to BR All Sports Booster Club. Please label envelopes for T-ball.
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What I Want to Say But Never Will
Our high school spring play, What I Want to Say But Never Will written by Alan Haehnel, will be presented May 13th at 7:30 in the auditorium. If you could say anything you wanted, without any consequences or judgment, just what would you say? Based on student responses from around the country, What I Want to Say But Never Will explores this simple but intimate question, offering a glimpse into teenagers' most private thoughts. Told through monologues and anecdotes from the playwright himself, these confessions range from a hilarious rant on an art teacher's bad breath to a touching piece of advice from a brother leaving for the Navy. Come out for a touching yet humorous evening!
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