September 5 - 11, 2021
I am very much looking forward to our 2021 Homecoming Week! This will be my first full homecoming in Brockport and I can't wait to experience what I have heard is a truly special time to be a Blue Devil with all of you. Additional information on the week's festivities are below.
Thank you, and if we can support you or your student in any way, please let us know.
Brockport High School
Ph: (585) 637-1877
Fax: (585) 637-1867
News and Notes
NYSSMA Soloist Alternates!
Congratulations to our NYSSMA Soloist Alternates: Maya Benzan, Jenna Rivera, and Joey Stempian!
September 13 -17, 2021
*Please Note: Parking is available throughout the District campus and village. The campus road will close at approximately 5:00 p.m. so be sure to arrive and park early for homecoming events. The road will re-open following the parade.
Friday, September 17, 2021
5 - 7 p.m.
Brockport High School Front Loop
Food trucks, carnival games, music, face painting and more!
Food Truck Rodeo: 4:30 - 7 p.m.
Participants are welcome! If you would like to join the parade, please fill out the online form.
ALL participants MUST do the DISTRICT HEALTH SCREENING prior to the event. Please click on screening link above.
Please note: Those interested in participating in the parade MUST complete the above form. Participants will be contacted by email the week of the parade with details on when and where to line up.
If you have additional questions, please email Shannon.Howlett@bcs1.org.
Dahn Walrath Stadium
Cheer on the Blue Devils as they take on Greece Arcadia!
2021 Homecoming Theme Days
Girls of the Gridiron is Back!
2021 Homecoming Day Schedule Of Events
I am pleased to share with you the continuation of the partnership between Brockport Central School District and the College at Brockport Counselor Education Program. Graduate-level interns from the college will be available at the high school again this year to work with students in individual and small group counseling sessions for students who access those counseling services. The graduate interns will be supervised on site from counseling professors from the college. The interns will also work with the entire junior class to complete their “Do What You Are Career Plan” activity. If you do not wish for your child to work with these interns, please contact your child's school counselor by Monday, September 20th.
Pop-up Food Pantry to be held at BCSD
Brockport Central School District (BCSD) and FoodLink of Rochester will be hosting a drive-through, pop-up food pantry on Tuesday, September 21, 2021, between 4:30 and 6 p.m. at the Brockport High School.
This event is open to all residents in the surrounding communities. Due to COVID restrictions, individuals will not be permitted to enter the high school and select their items. Instead, households will be given boxes of pre-packaged food. Community members will simply drive up to the Brockport High School student parking lot doors and a box of food will be handed to them. We are asking everyone to please be patient as we transition from the traditional walk-in model of food distribution to the necessary pre-packaged system.
BCSD and FoodLink are excited to be teaming up again to provide this needed service to the community. Our goal is to host a pop-up pantry each month.
If you have questions, donations or would like to volunteer, please email Orlando.Benzan@bcs1.org .
BHS Counseling Department
Hello BHS Parents/Guardians,
In an effort to better understand the social and emotional needs of the students in our building during the current COVID-19 pandemic, the BHS mental health staff will administer a Social Emotional Wellness Survey to all Brockport High School students during Advisement on September 13th.
One of our district goals is “ Social and Emotional Health/Community of Caring: Provide aligned opportunities to create and/or strengthen academic and behavioral supports for students through a Multi-Tier System of Support (MTSS), including PBIS and RTI. The results of this survey will enable us to identify students who may be struggling emotionally and to offer supports that can assist them successfully transition back to in-person learning 5 days per week. Results will only be accessible to the mental health staff and will remain confidential. You can view the survey by clicking on the following link -Social Emotional Wellness Survey.
If you do not want your child to participate in completing the survey or have any questions, please complete this opt-out form. If you have any questions, please contact your student’s counselor at 585-637-1873.
Brockport High School: (585) 637-1870
Principal: (585) 637-1877
Assistant Principal Benzan: (585) 637-1870
Assistant Principal Bourne: (585) 637-1979
Assistant Principal Iacchetta: (585) 637-1870
Attendance Office: (585) 637-1871
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Counseling Office: (585) 637-1873
School Nurse: (585) 637-1872