Bethlehem Children’s School welcomes the return of its middle school

SLINGERLANDS — With a new Tiny Sprouts, pre-kindergarten program successfully added last year, Bethlehem Children’s School continues addressing the enrollment gap by welcoming back its middle school.  

Fifth-grader, Emily LeVeille spearheaded aa successful fundraiser, resulting in enough funds to build a new teaching kitchen for the school. Emily will be one of the students in next year’s returning middle school.

The school’s reworked curriculum sets itself apart from other middle school programs by focusing on community outreach and community service projects. The Bethlehem Children’s School community includes a kinship with home-school families.

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