District News

TASD Collaborates with CHOP

TASD is excited to be collaborating with CHOP to offer a weekend backpack program. We have 157 students signed up for the first backpack distribution next weekend with an additional 45 students signed up to begin the following week. Students will receive a weekend bag filled with 3 dinners, 3 breakfasts, 3 fruits and 5 snacks that are easy to prepare. If you or your business would like to sponsor a child, it's $45 for the entire school year.
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Pre-K Counts

Please Spread the Word! We still have openings in our Pre-K Counts program!
Call 570-265-4991 for more information!
We still have openings for our program!
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PUBLIC NOTICE

The Towanda Area School District Board of Education will meet for a Regular Session for general purposes on Monday, October 15, 2018, at 7:00 PM, in the Board Room of the Towanda Elementary School.
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Jr/Sr High Spirit Week

This week at the high school we will be celebrating our homecoming for 2018. Our spirit week will feature daily themes and a pep assembly. Friday night we will crown our homecoming royalty at the football game and the week will culminate with our semi-formal dance on Saturday night at the high school. The spirit week activities are for all students but the dance will be for students in grades 9-12 only.

We would like to clarify the spirit week themes:
Tuesday will be Tie Dye day
Wednesday will be class color war day
Thursday will be celebrate your favorite decade day
And Friday will be show your Black and Orange spirit day.

Prizes are awarded to the most spirited students!!
Show off your school spirit and root on the Black Knights!
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October Walk to School

Our first walk to school for the year was a huge success with 137+ walkers. Our Lady Knights Soccer Team lead the way today thank you for volunteering to join us!!
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PUBLIC NOTICE

The Towanda Area School District Board of Education will meet for a Work Session for general purposes at 7:00 PM on Monday, October 8, 2018, in the Board Room of the Towanda Elementary School.
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Mad Science

K5 teachers presented the Mad Science program used in kindergarten that was funded by the Towanda Education Foundation through the Venture Grant Program.
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Our Hometown Hero

With all of the recent flooding, one student had the knowledge and courage to do the right thing when she saw something happen. Fourth grade student, Allison Chilson, called 911 to help a neighbor. Flood waters had swept away the home and the father and son were clinging to a tree calling for help. In a news interview, Allison credits her awareness and importance of her actions as having been learned at school during our programs. Towanda Area School District is extremely proud of her and presented her with a small token of gratitude for her life saving efforts at a recent School Board meeting. Black Knight Pride!
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