Change in Ticket Prices
Please be advised that the SBC has raised ticket prices
for the 2006-2007 school year. Ticket prices for
all SBC events will be: Adults - $6.00; Students and
Senior Citizens - $5.00. Edison High School will
continue to offer a Senior Citizen pass, available from
the Athletic Department in August, for use at home
events. Tickets to SBC football games will be
presold at the high schools for a discounted price of
Adults - $5.00; Students and Senior Citizens - $4.00.
All tickets will be $6.00 at the gate on game nights.
Berlin-Milan students will attend kindergarten Monday,
Wednesday, and Friday every week! Federal
Title I funds will be used for an additional teacher in
order to keep class sizes small. There will be
no additional cost to parents! This program
has been designed to help increase academic learning
time and provide a more consistent schedule for our
Edison has a New AD/Assistant Principal
In July Edison welcomed new assistant principal and
athletic director Cory Smith. Smith is a graduate
of St. Mary's Central Catholic and The University of
Toledo. He has spent time teaching science and
coaching football, wrestling, and baseball at St.
Mary's. The last four years he has been in
Bellevue teaching science and coaching football and
wrestling. He is married to Tiffaney and has two
sons, Noah and Carson.
Partners in Education
Berlin-Milan Board of Education would like to recognize its
partners in education. These people and corporations have
contributed their time and money to help support Berlin-Milan
Action For Asher
This is Asher Nikolajevs. He
is nine years old and is a third grade student at Berlin
Elementary. Asher is very social and enjoys his friends
and classmates. You can usually find him making others laugh
with his jokes and silliness!
Asher has faced many
challenges in his young life. He has been diagnosed with
Batten Disease (Neuronal Ceroid Lipofuscinosis).
Over time, affected children
suffer mental impairment, worsening seizures, and
progressive loss of sight and motor skills. Eventually,
children with Batten Disease/NCL become blind, bedridden,
and unable to communicate and presently is always fatal.
Batten Disease is not contagious or, at this time,
Hope for Asher lies
in future research. The Batten Disease Support and Research
provides funding to keep research moving forward toward a
cure. You can also visit Asher's website
www.actionforasher.org to find out more about him and
learn how you can help.