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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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Start/End of School Survey
BRCSD is looking at the daily schedule for our students PreK-12. Over the past few years, the number of student early dismissals have increased to enable students to attend activities that are school sponsored or otherwise. These off campus activities have interfered with student learning, particularly high school students that miss a significant portion of their last academic period.
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RFP For Sale of Bus Garage
BEAVER RIVER CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS (“RFP”) SALE OF PROPERTY INTRODUCTION AND GENERAL INFORMATION: The Beaver River Central School District (hereinafter, the “District”) requests submissions of proposals from entities and/or individuals to purchase the former bus garage and gronds located at 6612 Depot Street within the Town of New Bremen, Lewis County, New York, further identified herein as the “Site.” One original plus five (5) copies of the Bid are due by 4:00 P.M., August 1, 2019 Beaver River Central School District 9508 Artz Road Beaver Falls, New York 13305 Attn: District Office Envelopes containing proposals must be labeled as follows: “PURCHASE OF FORMER BUS GARAGE ” For a copy of the RFP specifications, see our website at www.brcsd.org or contact Todd Green, Superintendent of Schools at 315-346-1211 ext. 500 or tgreen@brcsd.org.
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Class Leaders for 2019
The academic leaders for the class of 2019 at Beaver River Central School are Trent Meyer, valedictorian; Amanda Zehr, salutatorian; and outstanding vocational class leader, Candice Cardinal.
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Summer Basketball Camp
The Beaver River basketball camp strives to teach the fundamentals and encourage performance advancement. To become a better player at the middle & high school level, you have to work on your game every day and develop that skills that it takes to play at a high level. The goal of the camp is simple: to make you a better basketball player.
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