High School Photo Album

Photos from the 2018-2019 School Year
  • Cavalcade of Bands
    (Oct. 2019)

    The NEB Marching Panthers competed in the 61st Columbus Day Tournament of Bands in Binghamton. The Marching Panthers took home awards for Overall Performance and Colorguard. Great job, Panthers!

  • Cavalcade of Bands
    (Sept. 2019)

    The NEB Marching Panthers competed in the 2019 Bradford-Sullivan County Music Education Association Cavalcade of Bands. This year’s show was “A Night at the Movies,” featuring music from film classics.

  • Cavalcade of Bands
    (Sept. 2019)

    The students did an outstanding job at representing true Panther PRIDE!

  • Green Career Day
    (Sept. 2019)

    These 8th grade students recently went to Sunfish Pond for Green Career Day

  • Agriculture at NEB
    (Sept. 2019)

    Agriculture is thriving at NEB. Our chicks are settling in; the old greenhouse is down; preparations are being made for the new greenhouse; and the Mobile Ag Lab is finishing up the week’s lessons.

Photos from the 2018-2019 School Year
  • NTL Athlete of the Year
    (May 2019)

    Congratulations to Zakary Smith for being named NTL Athlete of the Year. Each year the NTL, Daily Review and Morning Times select a male and female athlete who stands out in both athletics and academics. Winners receive a plaque and $500 scholarship.

  • High School students help Elementary Life Skills class
    (May 2019)

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

  • NHS Induction Ceremony
    (May 2019)

    NEB National Honor Society inducts new members.

  • Honoring NEB’s Top Ten Graduates
    (May 2019)

    On Wednesday, the NEB Education Foundation sponsored the third annual Top 10 Banquet. The honored seniors, their families and guests enjoyed a catered dinner and a program with 1980 NEB graduate Dr. Ron Dick, as the keynote speaker. Pictured: J. Saxe, K. Cowles, M. Bollinger, Z. Beiersdorf, M. Cooper, D. Tice, C. Uhouse, K. Hallett, A. Goble, L. Vanderpool.

  • Work With Me Day
    (April 2019)

    Several students participated in Work With Me Day, a job shadow experience.

    These students participated in Work With Me Day at the Bradford County Conservation District.

  • PennDot Challenge
    (April 2019)

    Madison Jochum, Jenna Whaley, Jazmine Elliott, Eryn Nichols and Mrs. Folk traveled to Harrisburg to compete in the 2019 PennDOT Innovations Challenge. During the visit, they met with state leaders, including Penn DOT Secretary Leslie Richards (pictured).

  • High School Art Projects
    (April 2019)

    Top: self-portrait drawings. Bottom: bright zebra paintings.

  • Cultural Experience for Students
    (March 2019)

    Students in grades 5-12 enjoyed a cultural experience learning about dance and music by La Patronal, a brass Festival Band from Lima, Peru. The event was supported by the NEB Education Foundation.

  • League Championship Plaque
    (March 2019)

    League Official Gary Otis presents the league championship plaque to NEB Boys Basketball Coaches Paul Burgert and Michael Cragle, and AD Matt Smith. Congratulations on a great season!

  • Transition Conference
    (March 2019)

    Several NEB students recently attended the 1st Annual Transition Conference hosted by Blast IU 17 at Penn College in Williamsport. The students signed up for break-out sessions, listened to a student panel and keynote speaker, and visited vendors. Pictured (L-R): Lonna, Kelsie, NEB Transition Coordinator Mrs. Middaugh, Billy, Joe, Fantasia and Devon. Not pictured: Director of Support Mrs. Gorman.

  • Scholarship Challenge
    (Feb. 2019)

    The senior high scholarship challenge team competed in Sayre on Saturday, Feb 23. They lost a tough match to North Rome Christian to prevent them from proceeding to the finals rounds.

  • STEM team attends challenge
    (Feb. 2019)

    On Feb. 11, our STEM team sent 4 students to the PennDot Challenge. The students were challenged to problem solve the question: “Aside from laws and educational campaign, what cost-effective, innovative solution can be developed in the next 5-10 years to get drivers to slow down in the work zones?” Our all-girl STEM team developed the idea of the speed governor jammer, a device that would allow cars traveling in the work zone to only go the posted work zone speed limit.  The girls did a great job presenting their idea, and await the judges’ decision coming in March.

  • Chef Matt adds Asian flair to menu
    (Feb. 2019)

    Chef Matt from The Nutrition Group cooks up beef stir fry in the high school cafeteria for students.

  • FFA members received their jackets
    (Jan. 2019)

    NEB FFA members received their FFA jackets provided by the PA FFA Alumni Association. The first year FFA member program was part of the 90th Mid-Winter FFA Convention held on Jan. 7 at the PA Farm Show in Harrisburg. Approximately 300 FFA jackets were awarded to members across Pennsylvania. Pictured (L-R): Maisie, Molly, Ava, Julia and Megan proudly await the chance to wear their blue corduroy for the first time.

  • 2018 Panther Holiday Hoops Champions
    (Dec. 2018)

    Congratulations to our Varsity Boys Basketball Team for winning the 2018 Panthers Holiday Hoops Tournament! Way to go, Panthers!

  • Preparing for Hands Across Northeast
    (Dec. 2018)

    High school students, staff and faculty helped setup and organize the food items for the “grocery” portion of the Hands Across Northeast event.

  • Santa visits Life Skills Class
    (Dec. 2018)

    Santa dropped by for milk and cookies and an early Christmas gift for the High School’s Life Skills students.

  • Life Skills Class sends cheer to Wounded Soldiers
    (Dec. 2018)

    The HS Life Skills class is sending Christmas cards to wounded soldiers. The class will mail a total of 32 cards to the Walter Reed Army Medical Center.

  • SGA spreads Holiday Cheer
    (Dec. 2018)

    NEB SGA

    Two hundred people enjoyed breakfast with Santa this past Saturday at the SGA’s annual “Breakfast at the North Pole” event. Thank you to all of the students and volunteers who helped make the event a success!

  • Student Donation
    (Nov. 2018)

    High School Senior Dusty Cook recently donated $300 to the Student Government Association. The funds will help purchase prizes for PBIS. (Pictured with Mrs. Bellinger, SGA Advisor)

  • Farm to Table
    (Nov. 2018)

    Mr. Pifer’s Animal Science class just completed a seven-week project of raising Cornish Rock cross meat birds.  Records were recorded of feed consumption and weight gain to determine feed conversion of the birds. Students raised the birds from day-old chicks, processed the birds and enjoyed a meal of their work prepared by Northeast Bradford Cafeteria staff. Students involved in the project were Carter Johnson, Hunter Nero, Jarrett Randall, Cody Miller, Lucas Gamble, Caleb Tuttle, Kenric Ricci and Blythe Hemmerle.

  • Safe Trick or Treat
    (Oct. 2018)

    This year’s Safe Trick or Treat event brought in 750 people! Thank you to the volunteers and all of the community members who came out to support the event! (Photos by Olivia Mast)

  • Shark Tank Week
    (Oct. 2018)

    Mrs. Williams’ Entrepreneurship and Marketing class recently had the opportunity to present their entrepreneurial ideas to the “Sharks” during Shark Tank Week. Read more.

    Shark Week participants

  • Coffee & Treats… yes please!
    (Oct. 2018)

    The Life Skills class has opened up their cafe to faculty and staff. With assistance, students make beverages to order and deliver them with the homemade treats of the week, such as cookies or whoopie pies. Funds raised help support the cafe and other Life Skills programs.

  • Panther Pack Food Program
    (Oct. 2018)

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

  • Tournament of Marching Bands
    (Oct. 2018)

    The NEB Marching Panthers competed in Binghamton’s Columbus Day Tournament of Marching Bands. The band and colorguard performed exceptionally well, and gained some trophies. Overall, the marching band took 2nd place in our division, however, Collin Towner earned the first place trophy for drum major in our division. This means that he had the best presentation and command over the band during the parade. Congrats to all!

  • Paper Bridge Challenge
    (Sept. 2018)

    The 9th grade engineering design class just finished a paper bridge challenge. The winning group of Vanessa Hansen, Natalie Blagg, and Taylor miller, held 13 pounds of books on their bridge.

  • Green Career Day
    (Sept. 2018)

    Mr. Russell took 15 8th graders to Sunfish Pond State Park for Green Career Day. At this event, students learned about four careers of their choice, which included outdoor careers such as solar and wind energy, fisheries science, pond management, waste management and recycling, GIS and GPS, gas industry and drones, farming for the future, forestry, wildlife biology, stream ecology, surveying, and landscaping.

  • Soccer team wins kick-off tournament
    (Sept. 2018)

    Northeast boys win first annual kick-off tournament, defeated Towanda 14-0 and Elk Lake 1-0.

  • Cavalcade of Bands
    (Sept. 2018)

    NEB marching band performs at the 2018 Cavalcade of Bands.

  • 7th Graders Tour Vet Center
    (Sept. 2018)

    7th graders recently went to the Rome Vet Center to tour the facility, and to learn about using biotechnology to selectively breed dairy cows. Students also learned about the long history of selective breeding to make foods like watermelon, bananas, peaches and corn edible. They also saw a Holstein/Gyr cross that will bred with a Holstein to make a cow that produces a lot of milk and is resistant to disease and heat. Special thanks Dr. Ben and Tina Laudermilch for the informative tours, and to Lori Roshak and Kim Wilkes for helping to chaperone.