High School Daily Bulletin, Dec. 7

THURSDAY – DECEMBER 7, 2017 DAY 3 – SCHEDULE A The Class of 2019 Officers: President: Dusty Cook Vice President: Maddy Bollinger Secretary: Olivia Mast Treasurer: Brigitte Allen Assistant Treasurer: Abby Goble From the Office of Student Services: The Class of 2020 will be meeting in the library during AA today, December 7. There will be a Junior Class Meeting during …

31st Annual Hands Across Northeast

Northeast Bradford School District is planning its 31st Annual Hands Across Northeast fundraiser to help deserving families during the holidays. Students, staff and community members are invited to donate money towards the purchase of food, clothing and toys as gifts for families in our district. Send donations to the elementary school office or to a student’s teacher. (Make checks payable to NEB …

NEB receives grant for life skills program

Northeast Bradford School District recently received a grant from the Pennsylvania Association of Rural and Small Schools to benefit the district’s life skills students. Special Education teacher Terri Allen applied for the $300 grant to help establish multi-sensory areas for life skills students at the elementary and high schools. Multisensory environments are designed to promote intellectual activity and to encourage …

NEB honors local veterans

Northeast Bradford School District held a Veteran’s Day assembly on Friday, Nov. 10. State Representative Tina Pickett attended and read the folding of the flag. NEB teacher Paul Burgert and NEB alum Terry Parks spoke to the crowd of local veterans, elementary and high school students, and staff. The National Honor Society also hosted a luncheon for the veterans who …

Message from the Superintendent – November 2017

Preparing to embrace growth and change With one full year under my belt as Northeast Bradford’s Superintendent, I felt it was time to revisit some of the district’s guiding principles, such as our mission, vision and goals. I believe it was imperative for administration and faculty to provide input and commitment to a renewed mindset that will prepare us for …

Safe Trick or Treat draws 400 kids

More than 400 children attended the Student Government Association’s Safe Trick or Treat on October 27. Costume-clad children enjoyed trick-or-treating, a hayride, crafts and games, face-painting, and refreshments. Students, staff and faculty volunteered at the free community event.  

Fifth graders enjoy field trip

By Makenna Callear and Zack Roberts Have you ever been to Alparon Park? Fifth grade visited, but not for the Troy Fair! We attended Safety Day. All fifth graders in Bradford County were invited to attend this day focusing on health and safety. There were nine stations and they included: Gun Safety, Dog Safety, Skin and Health Safety, Truck Safety, …