Do you know a former BEA graduate who has served or is serving in the military? If so we need their military picture (or them in uniform), their name, rank, branch of service, and year of graduation. Please email this information for Mrs. Threeton at email@example.com by October 31st. Any questions, please email or call Mrs. Threeton at 814-355-4868. Please share this post to get the word out. Thank you very much!
We have 2 players up for Athlete of the week! Carson Nagle and Tre Greene. https://www.centredaily.com/sports/high-school/article266062761.html
KAHALE BURNS, The junior slot receiver had a career game for Bald Eagle on Sept. 9 over Bellefonte. Burns had 7 catches for 217 yards and 2 receiving touchdowns. He has 22 catches on the year for 297 yards and three touchdowns.
We are hiring for a 4th grade teacher in Port Matilda Elementary School. Please visit our website for further information. https://www.beasd.org/page/employment-current-openings
Bald Eagle Area School District is accepting applications, for an Elementary School Counselor. PA Licensed Professional Counselor Certification Beneficial: however, PA K-12 School Counselor Certification required. https://www.beasd.org/page/employment-current-openings
**IMPORTANT UPDATE** Tonight’s (August 11th) school board meeting location has been changed to our high school auditorium. Meeting will begin at 7pm.
The Bald Eagle Area School District has a full-time Music Vacancy opening. Applicants must have PA K-12 Music Certification. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Interested candidates can send resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
Move It Outside day scheduled for today (Friday May27th) has been postponed until Tuesday,May 31st.
The National Wrestling Hall of Fame on Tuesday announced the state winners of the Tricia Saunders High School Excellence Award. The award recognizes the nation's most outstanding senior female wrestlers. From PA, Grace Stem was the winner of this prestigious award.
Bald Eagle Area School is looking for a Head Varsity Volleyball Coach. Forward letter of interest, a resume indicating coaching experience, 3 letters of recommendation & clearances to Doug Dyke, BEA 751 S. Eagle Valley Road, Wingate, PA 16823. Or call (814) 355-5721.
This announcement is to let you know that students in grades 10-12 will be participating in a mock accident assembly at the high school on Tuesday morning (May 10). As part of this assembly, there will be a large presence of emergency vehicles and equipment in the high school parking lot. We want to assure you that this is part of a planned event and not an actual emergency.
A message from Dr. Clapper Bald Eagle School District is pleased to recognize Teacher Appreciation Week. We are proud of the work our teachers do every day. We are especially indebted to them for their outstanding efforts to teach every child during the challenge of the past two school years. Thank you BEASD teachers!
Bald Eagle Area School District is looking for a Superintendent. Successful candidate must possess a strong commitment to working in a rural school district and community. Send a letter of interest and resume to: Search Consultants at BaldEagleSuper@schoolassistconsult.com
Today is Paraprofessional Day! The duties of a Paraprofessional are neither few nor small, but they elevate the mind and give students the energy to push through. Bald Eagle has some of the best Paraprofessionals around. We appreciate your support and dedication towards are students and school. Thank you!
Kindergarten Registration is now open for the 2022/2023 school year. Visit our website, and look under the blue banner for "Kindergarten Registration"
Website Wednesday fun fact! Did you know that you can find links to our Parent, Student, and Staff Resources portals on the homepage of our website? Check out the new icons located on the right-hand side of the page! https://www.beasd.org/
Dear BEA Community: Last night, the BEA Board had a special meeting to approve my resignation. My last day with the district will be April 1. I have had health issues for a while now and I was hopeful things were getting better prior to Christmas. However, things have progressively gotten worse and I had to make the very difficult decision to resign my position as Superintendent of Schools. The stress of the pandemic was a major factor in exasperating my health issues. I made the decision last week to resign because I did not feel I could adequately do the job the way it needs to be done while having severe migraine headaches. I felt it was in the district's and my best interest to make this decision. Right now, I need to focus on my health and hopefully get some relief. I want to thank the Board, administration, faculty, staff, parents, students and the community for the opportunity to serve as Superintendent of Schools with the Bald Eagle Area School District. While there were many difficult days, especially maneuvering through the pandemic, it was a very rewarding experience. I feel blessed to have had this opportunity and I have offered the Board my assistance as the district transitions to a new superintendent. I wish nothing but the best for the district moving forward. I am confident the district will attract quality candidates to be the new superintendent because BEA has an excellent reputation not only locally, but across the state of Pennsylvania. One of my favorite things to do is read to elementary students. I am hopeful as restrictions continue to be lifted that I will have the opportunity to continue to do that as a volunteer. While this was not the way I envisioned my tenure at BEA ending, I am honored that I had the opportunity to lead the district. Sincerely, Scott V Graham Superintendent
From the CDC: Federal Transportation Mask Requirement is now eliminated. “Effective February 25, 2022, CDC does not require wearing of masks on buses or vans operated by public or private school systems, including early care and education/child care programs.”
Dear BEA Community: By now, many of you have heard that the state is dropping the mask mandate by June 28. This is excellent news! While the state says schools and businesses can still require masks, once the mandate is in effect, our district will not be requiring anyone to wear masks on school transportation, property, or events. This definitely is a huge step to getting us back to a normal routine as summer programs occur and the new school year begins in August. As always, I will keep you updated as new information becomes available. Scott V. Graham Superintendent
Dear BEA Community: I have been monitoring the weather closely today. We are under a Severe Thunderstorm Watch until 8:00 p.m. Looking at future radars it appears the rain will be out of our area around 7:30 p.m. Therefore, graduation start time will be moved back to 8:00 p.m. If it takes longer to get everyone in the stadium, we will wait accordingly. Friday is the make-up date and the forecast is rain all day and night. Should anything change, I will let you know immediately. Thank you, Scott V. Graham Superintendent