Welcome to the BCMS PTO


The Bethlehem Middle School PTO is a non-profit organization committed to supporting the Administration, Faculty, Students and Families associated with the Bethlehem Middle School.


The PTO seeks to fulfill this responsibility by raising funds and seeking out volunteers that will enable us to support the many programs and events that we are called upon to provide for in many ways. The PTO provides assistance to teachers within the classroom settings, raises funds for educational materials and experiences, advocates school and family social interaction and provides an unbiased forum for sharing information on issues that impact our children.


It is our belief that the team effort of a parent teacher organization offers the best possible learning environment for our children and creates a positive and meaningful impact on their lives.

BCMS Fall "Feast-Raiser" is underway! 

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The BCMS PTO is proud to partner up with five local restaurants for the 2nd annual Fall "Feastraiser".


Simply purchase a $25 gift card from our website and we will mail the certificate directly to you — easy & contactless! Get all your shopping done from the comfort of home—and support the PTO and local businesses at the same time!


You may order the gift certificates HERE.

Nov 24th 
Dec 17th

BCMS 2nd Annual Feast-Raiser

  • The Bethlehem Middle School PTO and five local restaurants have collaborated together for the second annual Fall Feast-Raiser program! 

  • Simply purchase a $25 gift card to a local business HERE

  • Click HERE for additional details.

Dec 24th through 
Dec 31st

Winter Break

  • Schools Closed on Friday (Dec. 24th) through Friday (Dec. 31st). 

  • Have a safe holiday! 

  • School resumes on Monday, January 3rd.

Jan 13th

2nd BCMS PTO Meeting of 2021-22

  • Thursday, January 13th at 7:00pm.

  • Meeting to be held via Zoom.

  • Our Guest Speaker will be former Marvel/DC Comics artist Kevin Conrad.

  • Conrad, who has done work on X-Men, X-Force, Spawn and Kiss, will show us some of his comic book creations. He’ll also tell us how he got into comics.

    • But the best part of the night will be a chance for your child to be featured on the cover of a comic! Kevin will put your child’s face with the superhero of your choice.

    • There will be a drawing at the end of the Zoom meeting to pick a winner.

  • You may purchase raffle tickets in early January.

  • Zoom Link ID: 862 5494 5292

    • Password: bcmspto


Bethlehem Central Middle School

332 Kenwood Ave.
Delmar, NY 12054
Phone: (518) 439-7460
Fax: (518) 475-0092

Email: ptobcms@gmail.com


Important Covid-19 FAQ Updates

October 28, 2021

Positive COVID cases continue to be reported daily in the Bethlehem Central School District. As the pandemic continues to impact the 2021-22 school year, we have been updating our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) as new guidance is received and new questions arise.


Beginning Monday, Nov. 1, symptomatic siblings of students who are experiencing COVID-like symptoms will no longer be excluded from school as long as they remain symptom-free. This is a change to school district protocols put in place on Oct. 1. 

These asymptomatic students can now attend/stay at school while the symptomatic sibling or family member is awaiting COVID testing, or until that person receives an alternate diagnosis. If the symptomatic family member tests positive for COVID, household members, including asymptomatic students, may be subject to quarantine orders from the local health department. The school district would continue to exclude students who are close contacts of a positive case based on the quarantine protocols set forth by the Albany County Department of Health.

It is important for families to remain vigilant when screening students each day for symptoms of COVID. Symptoms include: 

  • Fever or chills

  • Cough

  • Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing

  • Fatigue

  • Muscle or body aches

  • Headache

  • New loss of taste or smell

  • Sore throat

  • Congestion or runny nose

  • Nausea or vomiting

  • Diarrhea

When a family member has symptoms of COVID, parents and guardians can choose to keep their asymptomatic students home. If a family does decide to send their asymptomatic child to school, school nurses will work with the family to closely monitor their student. These students will be sent home immediately if they present with any of the symptoms listed above. 

The district continues to closely monitor cases in the district and in the community. 

Helpful links for the 2021-22 school year

Please take a few minutes to review or bookmark the following links.


These links include districtwide information for families that will be helpful throughout the school year: