Ariana L. Rife, Guidance Counselor
Northeast Bradford Elementary School
210 Panther Lane
Rome, PA 18837
570.744.2521, ext. 2270 | email@example.com
Summer hours vary. Contact the front office if needed.
2019 PSSA Testing
Students in grades 3-6 are scheduled for PSSA testing on these dates:
- English, April 16-18
- Math, April 30-May 1
- Science, May 2 (Grade 4 only)
For more information about the tests, view and/or download the 2019 PSSA Parent Letter & FAQ (PDF)
Career Exploration for Elementary Students
Visit these webpages designed to facilitate career exploration:
Interest assessments, job families, specific careers, what training is needed, budgeting, and much more!
Career videos discussing the typical day, qualifications, best and worst part of the career, and advice.
Career matches to interests, to clusters, and specific career review.
Self assessments, career planning, career search, high education exploration.
Explore careers based on your interests, learn about salary and benefits, job outlook and qualification needs.
Career clusters and videos related to careers.
Links to sites or career interest, including coloring pages, careers games, and information sites.
Our students have access to the Career Cruising site, also accessed through the Student Portal from our homepage.
Learn about the Fastest Growing Careers from CareerOneStop
The rise of virtual reality violence games may be having a detrimental effect on our children. Parents can help mitigate these effects by limiting the amount of video game time, not allowing consoles in the bedroom, and banning Mature Audience rated games for children. Additionally, children can have nightmares from these images. The American Pediatric Association recommends limiting video game violence for our children: http://pediatrics.aappublications.org/content/early/2016/07/14/peds.2016-1298 and
The American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry holds the same position: https://www.aacap.org/AACAP/Families_and_Youth/Facts_for_Families/FFF-Guide/Children-and-Video-Games-Playing-with-Violence-091.aspx
Furthermore, viewing violent video games can heighten depression and anxiety that can last through adulthood: http://cmch.tv/parents/fear-and-anxiety/ and https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2014/08/140818135046.htm