In-Service Day
Date: 10/12/2015
2-Hour Delay (Act 80)
Date: 10/26/2015
Act 80 Day - No School
Date: 11/2/2015
Thanksgiving Break
Date: 11/25/2015
Thanksgiving Break
Date: 11/26/2015
Thanksgiving Break
Date: 11/27/2015
Thanksgiving Break
Date: 11/30/2015
Early Dismissal (Winter Holidays)
Date: 12/23/2015
Winter Holidays
Date: 12/24/2015
Winter Holidays
Date: 12/25/2015

News & Announcements

Guidance Office Welcomes Career Counselor

The Towanda Area School District is pleased to be working with the Northern Tier Regional Planning and Development Commission through a business and education partner grant. Towanda is one of many local school districts that will benefit from having a career counselor this school year. The counselor will work directly with students primarily in the Towanda Jr. Sr. High School. Students will explore numerous careers, identify skills and strengths in order to select specific careers of interest, and shadow with local businesses in an effort to gain a better knowledge base when making postsecondary plans. We are pleased to welcome our new career counselor Ms. Jerika Cummiskey to Towanda Area School District!

Public Notice

The Towanda Area School District Board of Education will meet for a Work Session on Monday, October 12, 2015, 7:00 PM, in the Towanda Elementary School Board Room.

Walk to School

Walk to School

The Towanda Black Knights Football team led the way for the first Walk To School event of the season. The team participated in a Push Up Challenge with YMCA Wellness Coordinator Cait Monahon. The winner of the one minute challenge was Will Davidson with 63 pushups and Cait completed 49 pushups. Way to go Black Knights and good luck Friday night.

Cavalcade of Bands

The Bradford/Sullivan County Music Educators Association (BSCMEA) will be holding its 39thth Annual Cavalcade of Bands exhibition at The Endless Mountains Sports Complex in Towanda on Wednesday, September 30th, 2015, at 7:00pm.

Elementary Box Top Winners

Elementary Box Top Winners

The P.T. O. collected 3,959 box tops from students that collected all summer. This is $395.90 that will be used for student programs and activities. The top collectors are pictured and each received a movie ticket purchased for them by the P.T.O. The class that collected the most box tops was Mrs. Tuttle’s 5th grade class with 674 Box Tops.

If anyone that would like to clip and donate box tops to the schools please drop them off in either of the school offices.

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