Elementary School Photo Album

Photos from the 2019-2020 School Year

  • Firefighters Visit
    (October 2019)

    Author and illustrator Alice Strauss reads her book to students in the after school program.

  • Firefighters Visit
    (October 2019)

    Firefighters visit Northeast Bradford Elementary School

  • Civil War Day
    (October 2019)

    Sunshine and blue skies prevailed for 6th graders, teachers and guests during the 2nd Civil War Day on Oct. 11. As students arrived to camp, they were greeted with a hearty stew and hardtack, all cooked over the campfire. They also learned about Civil War weapons, uniforms and etiquette. The firing of the Civil War cannons was the highlight of the day! Students also received a free admission to Company A’s (141st PVI ) reenactment in August.

  • FFA Outdoor Learning
    (October 2019)

    NEB FFA held an agricultural outdoor learning day for 4th & 5th graders. Students learned about honey bees, safe animal handling, healthy eating, soil and erosion, dairy and pigs. They even painted pumpkins to take home.

  • FFA Outdoor Learning
    (October 2019)

  • Pringles Challenge
    (September 2019)

    students in Pringles challenge

    Mrs. Funk’s 6th grade students were recently challenged to create a circular, free-standing ring of Pringles. This STEM activity encouraged students to work in teams to plan, design, and test their ideas. Although many thought it impossible, they soon realized it was a feat that could be completed. They learned that teamwork helps! Thinking like engineers and many tries lead to success. Of course the best part may have been eating the Pringles after the challenge ended!

  • Interactive Bulletin Board
    (September 2019)

    Elementary students explore their character.

  • Bulletin Board Wisdom
    (September 2019)

    Words of wisdom in the elementary school’s hallway

  • United Way Poster Contest Winners
    (September 2019)

    Congratulations to NEB students who placed in this year’s Poster Contest, sponsored by United Way of Bradford County.

 

Photos from the 2018-2019 School Year

  • Big Buck Contest Winner

    Congratulations to Kale Howland, winner of the VFW big buck contest!

    (June 2019)

     

  • VFW Coloring Contest Winners
    (May 2019)

    Congratulations to the VFW coloring contest winners in second through fifth grade

  • Dairy Presentation
    (May 2019)

    NEB first grade classes were treated to an interactive presentation today that started with “”Where does milk come from?” and “What do cows say?” Litchfield Township farmer, Mark Bradley, educated and entertained the group of 56 students.

  • Kindergarten PRIDE program
    (May 2019)

    Parents and NEB administrators enjoyed an array of songs supporting our PBIS initiative by our kindergarten students. Shout out to Mrs. Hainley, Mrs. Vanderpool, Mrs. Mulcahy and Mrs. Gamble for putting together a beautiful program.

  • Life Skills Class plants flowers
    (May 2019)

    Thank you to Mr. Pifer’s Ag Production and Mechanics Class for helping the Elementary Life Skills Class plant flowers.

  • Reading to kindergarten classes
    (May 2019)

    Mrs. Bedford’s 2nd grade WIN class read stories that they wrote to the Kindergarten classes on May 8. The students reading practiced several times so that they would read fluently and be able to convey their excitement through their reading. The stories ranged in content from puppies to unicorns and dragons. Everyone seemed to enjoy the sharing.

  • Students enjoy art class
    (May 2019)

    Students in grades K-2 enjoy an art class with Meghan Shores.

  • Students enjoy art class
    (May 2019)

    Students in grades K-2 enjoy an art class with Meghan Shores.

  • Students tour Leraysville
    (May 2019)

    The Elementary Life Skills class recently visited the LeRaysville community. Their journey included stops at the Fire Station, the post office, First Citizens Community Bank, and the LeRaysville Market. A heartfelt thank you to the amazing LeRaysville Community for their time and effort in giving our students such a great experience!

  • NEB competes in Battle of the Books
    (April 2019)

    On April 6, a group of eager 5th graders competed in the Battle of Books competition. This was the first time NEB sent a team, who finished 8th out of 22 elementary level teams. We are very proud of these students and are eager to compete again next year. Way to go, team!

  • Cultural Program for 2nd Graders
    (April 2019)

    Last Thursday, second graders enjoyed a program on Chinese culture and art, taught by Hua Hua Cheng. It was sponsored by the Bradford County Artist in Residency program.

  • Easter Egg Hunt
    (April 2019)

    Kindergarten students enjoy searching for Easter eggs!

  • Life Skills’ Easter Fun
    (April 2019)

    NEB Elementary Life Skills hosted Wyalusing Life Skills class for an Easter celebration. Students decorated cupcakes, made crafts, played games, participated in an egg hunt, welcomed a special visitor and had tons of fun!

  • Kindergarten field trip
    (April 2019)

    Kindergarten students enjoy a field trip to see “Peg and Cat” at Keystone Theater

  • Empathy + Math = Quilt
    (March 2019)

    Empathy is the last word in our Positive Schoolwide Behavior Support Plan (“PRIDE”), but it’s certainly not least! How you turn EMPATHY into a math lesson? Students in grades 1-3 completed single-digit addition, double-digit or multiplication equations then created a coloring legend to fill in the matching colors. Students in grade 5 patched the quilt together with Miss Carrington to discover how many rows and columns were needed based on the number of patches. Look at our matrix for examples of how to show EMPATHY, or visit our bulletin board for more suggestions!

  • Happy Birthday, Dr. Seuss!
    (March 2019)

    Elementary Life Skills celebrated with green eggs and ham, ooblek, crafts, stories, a birthday cake, writing and fun.

  • Lunch with the Principal
    (Feb. 2019)

    These elementary students earned the privilege of eating lunch with Principal Webster by demonstrating positive behavior. Way to go, kiddos!

  • Valentine’s Day
    (Feb. 2019)

    Mrs. Altieri’s first grade class celebrates Valentine’s Day

  • Valentine’s Day
    (Feb. 2019)

    Mrs. Altieri’s first grade class celebrates Valentine’s Day

  • 100th Day of School
    (Feb. 2019)

    Dr. Kane’s first grade class celebrated the 100th day of school by creating posters with 100 items and making snack mixes by using 10×10 charts.

  • 100th Day of School
    (Feb. 2019)

    Mrs. Altieri’s first grade class celebrated the 100th day of school by dressing as 100-year-olds, making trail mix from 100 snacks, and participating in 100-day centers.

  • Field Trip to Flying Cow
    (Jan. 2019)

    A heart-felt thank you to our friends at the Flying Cow Bakery who hosted the Elementary Life Skills Class. The bakery staff provided a tour and demonstrated how to decorate cupcakes. The students decorated their own cupcakes, and then enjoyed a delicious lunch of grilled cheese sandwiches and tomato soup.

  • First Grade Carolers
    (Dec. 2018)

    NEB first graders spread holiday cheer by singing Christmas carols for the staff and residents of the Towanda Personal Care Home. After, they had lunch at the Riverstone Restaurant. What a wonderful way to celebrate the holidays!

  • Christmas Art Projects
    (Dec. 2018)

    First and second grade classes also made art projects with Mrs. Shores this week. Check out their creative work!

  • Hatchet Fair
    (Dec. 2018)

    The 6th grade “Hatchet Fair” was filled with interactive games, arts and crafts, and a skit for younger students to partake in that highlighted the great outdoors and the main theme of Hatchet. From fishing, creating a porcupine, watching a short play… the students (6th graders and younger) had a wonderful time participating in the event.

     

  • Hatchet Fair
    (Dec. 2018)

    The 6th grade “Hatchet Fair” was filled with interactive games, arts and crafts, and a skit for younger students to partake in that highlighted the great outdoors and the main theme of Hatchet. From fishing, creating a porcupine, watching a short play… the students (6th graders and younger) had a wonderful time participating in the event.

  • Hatchet Fair
    (Dec. 2018)

    The 6th grade “Hatchet Fair” was filled with interactive games, arts and crafts, and a skit for younger students to partake in that highlighted the great outdoors and the main theme of Hatchet. From fishing, creating a porcupine, watching a short play… the students (6th graders and younger) had a wonderful time participating in the event.

  • Life Skills Bowling Event
    (Dec. 2018)

    Mrs. Neuber’s Elementary Life Skills Class joined Mrs. Kilmer’s and Mrs. Schloders classes from Wyalusing for their very own special bowling. The students had a great time bowling and making new friends. They bowled 3 games, received awesome water bottles and enjoyed pizza for lunch.

  • Get Your Game On!
    (Dec. 2018)

    For science class, 6th grade students were challenged to create a “coordinate grid board game” that had to consist of 24 coordinate playing cards, 24 event cards, instructions, and playing pieces. The students did an excellent job using their creativity, thinking out of the box, and making a unique gaming experience filled with fun tasks and laughter.

  • Christmas Art Projects
    (Dec. 2018)

    Mrs. Darling’s 2nd Grade Class showing off their holiday art projects.

  • Christmas Art Projects
    (Dec. 2018)

    Kindergarten classes made holiday art projects with Mrs. Shores.

  • Being a Friend
    (Dec. 2018)

    Sixth graders teach first graders how to be a friend.

  • Gingerbread Houses
    (Dec. 2018)

    First graders built and decorated gingerbread houses as a follow-up activity to the unit where they compared and contrasted gingerbread stories.

  • Gingerbread Houses
    (Dec. 2018)

    First graders built and decorated gingerbread houses as a follow-up activity to the unit where they compared and contrasted gingerbread stories.

  • Lunch with the Principal
    (Nov. 2018)

    These Elementary School students earned the privilege of eating lunch with Principal Webster by demonstrating positive behavior. Way to go, kiddos!

  • Life Skills Thanksgiving
    (Nov. 2018)

    The Elementary Life Skills Class planned, shopped, prepared and served a Thanksgiving feast.

  • Kindergarten Thanksgiving
    (Nov. 2018)

    Kindergarten students celebrated Thanksgiving a couple of days early.

  • Native American Art Lesson
    (Nov. 2018)

    Kindergarten students learned about Native American art from Mrs. Shores with hands-on activities.

  • Happy Veterans Day!
    (Nov. 2018)

    The NEB kindergarten classes want to thank our veterans for their service. You are our superheroes!

  • Gummy Bear Science
    (Oct. 2018)

    Students in 5th grade science classes with Mrs. Funk recently conducted experiments to commemorate  the opening day of “GOOSEBUMPS 2,” which came out in theatres on October 12. Gummy bears are important characters in the movie, and students conducted experiments to see what would happen to the mass and length of gummy bears soaked in various solutions overnight. (Read more.)

  • Survival Shelter Challenge
    (Oct. 2018)

    Based on the novel, Hatchet, 6th grade students had the opportunity to experience what Brian (the main character in the novel) was going through in a survival situation. The students were divided into teams of 4 and were challenged to build a wilderness survival shelter using a 6’x8’ tarp, 25’ of rope, and 6 zip ties in 20 minutes. Using their creativity, ingenuity, team work and prior knowledge of outdoor shelter types, they enthusiastically jumped into this activity and created some sort of protective structure.

  • Panther Pack Food Program
    (Oct. 2018)

    High school students recently helped fill backpacks for the Panther Pantry’s new Panther Pack Food Program.

  • Lunch with the Principal
    (Sept. 2018)

    These Elementary School students earned the privilege of eating lunch with Principal Webster by demonstrating positive behavior. Way to go, kiddos!

  • Johnny Appleseed Day
    (September 2018)

    Mrs. Hainley’s kindergarten class celebrates Johnny Appleseed Day.

  • Glacier GAK
    (September 2018)

    6th grade students did a Steve Spangler (scientist TV star) experiment called, “Glacier GAK.” It’s a spin off of slime with a texture of silly putty as a result. They will use this “GAK” to simulate the slow movement of glaciers through various terrains.

  • Plate Tectonics Science Lab
    (September 2018)

    6th grade students modeled the 3 types of plate tectonic movements by using graham crackers and icing. The graham crackers represented the huge land masses and the icing was the hot molten magma. It was a hands-on, interactive activity that the kids enjoyed…plus, they could eat it afterwards (which is always a perk)!

  • Panther Pantry 
    (August 2018)

    NEB Panther Pantry

    Our Panther Pantry coordinators, Mrs. Ellis and Mrs. Altieri, recently met with Pam Hicks from the Central Food Bank about starting a backpack program at NEB. A big grateful shout-out to these two teachers and all of those who donate throughout the year to ensure food is available to families in need.

  • United Way Poster Contest Winners
    (August 2018)

    Congratulations to two of this year’s United Way Poster Contest winners! NEB 6th graders Kiarra Delancey (first place) and Kayah Ann Frasier (6th place) received recognition during a school assembly. (Pictured with United Way Executive Director Kerri Strauss.) They also made the front page of The Daily Review!