District News

Pre-Apprenticeship Program In Manufacturing to be offered

Pennsylvania College of Technology is offering a pre-apprenticeship program in Manufacturing for the 2019-20 school year to students in Bradford County. 11th grade students were given information regarding this program on Friday, May 17th. Interested students should come to the guidance office for more information. The attached video gives more information as well.
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Spring Sports Awards & Major Awards Program

Parents of JV and Varsity students who participated in a SPRING sport please be advised that the Spring Sports Award program will be held on Wednesday, May 29th at 6:00 PM in the High School New Auditorium. We will also be presenting our major sports awards. You are invited for food and drink in the cafeteria after the awards provided by the Booster Club.
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Walk to School

It was a fantastic turnout this morning for the final walk to school event. A BIG thank you to the THS Baseball and Softball teams for joining this morning. There were 28 baseball/softball members plus coaches that participated this morning. The younger students just love when the “big” kids join in.

There were a total of 143 students, employees, and parents that walked today. We hope to see you all in the fall.
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Senior Prom

May the 4th Be With You prom will be held this Saturday, May 4th from 7-11 at the Towanda Area School District Old Gym. Guests will enjoy the night with light appetizers, great music, along with some special guests. Friends and family are invited to enjoy the crowning event at 10 pm. Prom is for Juniors and Seniors only with underclassmen as their guest. Out of school district guests MUST be pre-registered with the office. No tickets will be sold at the door.
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2nd-Grade Music Visitor

Local Guitar Hero and former Music teacher Rod Patt dazzled our 2nd grade students with a guitar lesson and activities! Students got to stand up and rock out to Mr. Patt's energetic guitar riffs. He also taught Mrs. Ross' class how electric guitars and amplifiers work, as well as many of the effect pedals. He even brought a bass guitar! The students performed Joan Jett's "I Love Rock and Roll" back in March and they have had a heightened interest in guitar all year. We are grateful that Mr. Patt took the time to visit and share his skills with us, and the students were all smiles!
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Keystone Exams

Pennsylvania Keystone Exams will be administered to Towanda Junior/Senior High School students during the month of May. The Keystone Exams are end-of-course assessments designed to evaluate proficiency in academic content areas. Students will be offered multiple opportunities to take the Keystones throughout their high school careers. Students who scored Basic or Below Basic on any subject tested during a previous Keystone Exam Administration may be included in this test administration.
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Honoring Our Nursing Professionals

Please join us in honoring our nursing professionals at Towanda Area School District. Watch the Daily Review for a Nurses Week Tribute including our nursing professionals on May 6th.

Thank you for caring for our students and employees every day.
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J. Andrew Morrow Student Attend Sock Hop

The first grade students from J. Andrew Morrow in the Towanda Area School District recently enjoyed a day full of hands on learning at their annual Sock Hop. The students, faculty, and staff dressed in their best 50’s attire for the event. Students were engaged in activities inspired by the 50’s which included: bowling, limbo, hula hoops, jump ropes, Bingo, dice addition, car racing, and sight word hopscotch. This was a great opportunity for the students to incorporate academics with social skills such as cooperation and compassion while following our school’s expectations of the three R’s (Respect Yourself, Respect Others, and Respect Property). The students also learned a 50’s dance and attended the “Soda Shop” where they all got a root beer float and snack sponsored by the school’s PTO. We also want to thank the Towanda Fire Department for allowing us to use their facility for this experience.
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PSSA and Keystone Testing Tips

With the PSSAs and Keystones coming up soon, (see dates below) we wanted to share some test-taking tips for our families on how students can do their best and limit stress.
It is important for your child to stay relaxed on the test day. Show your child that you are already proud of his/her work as a student. Tell them how smart you know he/she is. This will help build your child’s confidence.
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