High School Photo Album

Photos from the 2018-2019 School Year
  • 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.

Photos from the 2017-2018 School Year
  • ROCC’s Mission Trip
    (July 2018)

    NEB’s ROCC group recently traveled to Braxton County, WV for a weeklong mission to help impoverished families in need of housing repairs, etc. There were 51 people on this year’s team. So proud of our NEB students for helping those who are less fortunate.

  • 2018 Graduation
    (June 2018)

    Photos from the 2018 Graduation ceremony

  • 2018 graduates walk the halls
    (June 2018)

    Graduates walk the halls of the elementary and high schools

  • Special Olympics State Competition
    (June 2018)

    Congratulations to Shane Snyder who recently brought home two bronze metals from the Special Olympics State Competition!

  • HOBY Leadership Conference
    (May 2018)

    NEB High School students, Nicholas Marino, Jordan Shumway and Luke Tice, recently attended the 2018 Hugh O’Brian Youth (HOBY) Leadership Conference. They were selected by faculty and staff, and two received sponsorships from NEB Student Government Association.

    Learn more about HOBY: http://www.hoby.org

  • Hat Day benefits Relay for Life
    (May 2018)

    Students participated in a Relay for Life fundraiser by paying $1 to wear a hat on “Hat Day” and signing their name on a card. Proceeds will go to Angie Bellinger’s team in Relay for Life Walk in Wyalusing on June 9.

  • New Mural in Cafeteria
    (May 2018)

    The cafeteria now has a new mural, painted by SGA members Katley Merritt, Hannah Shadduck and Kayla Painter.

  • Spring Concert
    (May 2018)

    Mr. Primrose and his “band” of talented musicians treated the community to an array of music at the Spring Concert.

  • 2nd Annual Top Ten Banquet
    (May 2018)

    The NEB Education Foundation sponsored the second annual Top 10 Banquet. The honored seniors, their families and guests enjoyed a catered dinner and a program with 1979 NEB graduate, Dr. Avery Boardman,as the keynote speaker. (Back row, L-R: Ben Alderson, Charles LaBarre IV, Adam Cole, Aaron Boss, and Taya Howell. Front row. L-R: Hannah Shadduck, Carli Moyer, Morgan Fries, Vanessa Roshak and Hannah Conklin.)

  • Cyber Robotics Coding Competition
    (April 2018)

    On Saturday, April 7, two NEB students competed in the Cyber Robotics Coding Competition (CRCC) held in Washington, DC at the USA Science and Engineering Festival (the largest STEM Festival in the country). Madison Jochum and Jazmine Elliot placed 11th out of 22 participating teams. The students represented the NEB team of 11 7th and 8th graders who attended the CoderZ Boot Camp in coding and competed the Week of Code to qualify for the national competition. The CRCC competition, which included more than 2,500 students from five states, was sponsored by Intelitik. Congratulations to our team for their stellar effort!

  • St. Patrick’s Day Spirit
    (March 2018)

    Domenick Affatato dressed as a leprechaun on St. Patrick’s Day.

  • NTCC Demonstration Night
    (March 2018)

    NEB students (and a graduate) showed off their skills and knowledge at last night’s NTCC Demonstration Night.

  • Jr. High Girls Basketball
    (March 2018)

    Over the weekend, the JH girls basketball team hosted a tournament and they came away with first place. NEB defeated Towanda in the finals, 47-43. MVP players (voted by opposing teams) were Maisie Neuber and Kayleigh Thomas. Way to go, Panthers!

  • Scholarship Challenge
    (Feb. 2018)

    The Senior High Scholarship Challenge Team competed on Saturday. Although they didn’t win, they represented NEB well. (Pictured left to right: WATS/WAVR radio host Chuck Carver, and NEB students Ben Alderson, Taya Howell, Vanessa Roshak, and Adam Cole.)

  • FFA Assembly
    (Feb. 2018)

    Students and staff enjoyed good ol’ farm fun during the FFA Assembly!

  • Pink Out Game: Fight against Breast Cancer
    (Feb. 2018)

    During the Pink Out Game, the boys basketball team beat Troy, 64-58! Zakary Smith led with 31 points; Andy Crown had 13 and Chazzy Labarre had 6.

  • Voice Conference
    (Feb. 2018)

    Several NEB students recently attended the Voices Conference, which is a networking conference hosted by the State College Chapter of Graduate Women in Science. Pictured with NEB students are Danielle Feinberg, Pixar’s Director of Photography for Lighting, and Amanda Smith, STEM Outreach & Engagement Liaison for Penn State Center for Science and the Schools.

  • Pennsylvania Farm Show
    (Jan. 2018)

    At the Pennsylvania Farm Show, NEB students Josh Hottle, Kayla Painter, Adam Cole, Ella Brown and Brittain Twigg received their Keystone degrees, and Devon Whalen received his FFA jacket. Congratulations!

  • NHS helps with Hands Across Northeast
    (Dec. 2017)

    The National Honor Society helped set out tables and food for the annual Hands Across Northeast tradition. This year, NEB helped 25 community families in need during this holiday break. The high school staff bought the food while the elementary staff bought and wrapped the gifts for the kids. A special thank you to Hurley’s for supplying the food for Hands Across Northeast!

  • Winter Concert
    (Dec. 2017)

  • Breakfast at the North Pole
    (Dec. 2017)

    Santa and Mrs. Claus, along with all of their elves, were happy to see the many children who came to visit them on Saturday.  Children enjoyed holiday-related crafts and activities, as well as taking photos with Santa and Mrs. Claus. A merry time was had by all!

     

  • Breakfast at the North Pole
    (Dec. 2017)

    More than 160 people attended the annual Breakfast at the North Pole sponsored by Student Government Association.  Breakfast included pancakes, sausage, eggs, juice and milk.

  • NHS surprises staff with breakfast
    (Nov. 2017)

    HS staff enjoying breakfast

  • Students attend leadership training
    (Nov. 2017)

    Several high school students attended the Live 2 Lead leadership training at Johnson City High School.

  • High school students enjoy harvest supper
    (Nov. 2017)

    High school students enjoyed a Harvest supper at lunchtime today. Principal Moore and Superintendent Clark were guest servers for the occasion. Big thanks to the Food Services staff for the fabulous meal.

  • NEB honors local veterans
    (Nov. 2017)

    A Veteran’s Day assembly was held to honor local veterans, and the National Honor Society hosted a luncheon for veterans who attended.

  • SGA hosts Safe Trick or Treat
    (Oct. 2017)

    SGA hosted Safe Trick or Treat event that drew 400 children.

  • Music Department presents one-act play
    (Oct. 2017)

    The High School Players deliver a powerful, incredible performance of “I Never Saw Another Butterfly.” Many thanks to the cast and the crew.

  • Students tour Liberty Panda Power Plant
    (Oct. 2017)

    NEB physics class tours and learns about electric generation at Liberty Panda Power plant. Thanks to John Martin for his excellent presentation and tour!

  • Aquaponics lab installed
    (Sept. 2017)

    Principal Moore and Mr. Pifer inspect the installation of the new aquaponics lab.

  • NEB receives $10,000 to build aquaponics lab at high school
    (Sept. 2017)

    Pictured, left to right: Teresa Edsell, Paul Yoachim, Kathy Yoachim, Brian Pifer,William Clark, Brittain Twigg, Chasity Eastabrook, Adam Cole, Josh Hottle, Jayde Gehring, Bob Brown and Annette Zurn.

  • Meet the Panthers Night
    (Sept. 2017)

    The marching band performs for parents and students at Meet the Panthers Night.

  • Marching band performs on Labor Day
    (Sept. 2017)

    The marching band performs in the LeRaysville Labor Day Parade.

  • FFA Students attend Senator’s Breakfast
    (Sept. 2017)

    FFA students attend a breakfast with Senator Yaw at the Troy Barn