Announcements

  • We Want Your Feedback - Participate in Our Thoughtexchange

    We just launched a tool called Thoughtexchange to begin an online learning process. We want to better understand what you think we do well, where we can improve, and what we might be missing. By answering these questions, you will contribute to the Brighton Blueprint — focusing in our efforts to continuously grow, improve, and adapt to meet the ever changing needs of our students and our community.

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  • BHS Track, Turf, and Tennis Courts to be Closed Starting May 22

    The District is going to replace the Brighton High School track surface, turf field, and tennis court surface. While work is being done, these facilities will be closed. The work is scheduled to begin Tuesday, May 22 and should wrap up early in the fall.

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  • Please Turn in Daycare or Opt Out Transportation Requests

    In order to plan for the 2018-19 school year, we’re asking the parents of students in Grades K-8 to notify the Transportation Department of day care plans or if your child will not require transportation as soon as possible.

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  • Community Approves 2018-19 School Budget and Propositions

    Residents of the Brighton Central School District approved a $78,330,553 budget for the 2018-19 school year by a vote of 1,345 to 191. The budget received an 87.5 percent “yes” vote, the highest passage rate in District history. Voters also elected two board members to the Board of Education: Christina Lee and Mark Kokanovich.

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  • Rennes-BHS Exchange Hosting opportunity

    Brighton High School is still looking for host families for its Rennes-BHS Exchange in October of 2018.

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  • Attendance Call Changes

    Beginning Monday, April 16, all Brighton Central School District schools will be using the Blackboard Mass Notifications system to automatically call parents of students who are absent from school.

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News

  • PTSA Presents Honorary Life Memberships, Installs Leaders

    This year’s honorees were: Brighton High School English teacher Colleen Hall, French Road Elementary School fourth grade teacher Robin Leckenby, Council Rock Primary School first grade teacher Adele Linton, BHS English teacher Jim Quinlisk, Twelve Corners Middle School nurse Judy Tarasek, and BHS Counselor Jennie Viggiani.

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  • Solar Array Installed at BHS

    The array was made possible thanks to a gift from the Brighton Rotary Club and approved by residents as part of the 2017-18 capital budget.

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  • BHS Holds Brighton Action Day

    April 20 was Brighton Action Day at Brighton High School. Students from the Friends of Rachel club, Black Student Union, Asian Student Association, and Gender Sexuality Alliance worked together to advocate for non-violence. After school, the Climate Club hosted a rally for Earth Day.

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  • Brighton Kiwanis Presents Food Truck Fundraiser

    Brighton Kiwanis is proud to present the third annual Food Truck Fundraiser in conjunction with the Brighton High School Key Club and Rochester’s Best Food Trucks from 4:30 to 8:30 p.m. Thursday, June 7 in the Brighton High School parking lot.

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  • Governor’s Traffic Safety Committee Holds No Empty Chair event at BHS

    In April, the Governor's Traffic Safety Committee (GTSC) kicked off its 2018 “No Empty Chair” statewide campaign at Brighton High School. The initiative aims to raise awareness of highway safety issues among teen drivers, particularly during prom and graduation season.

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