Laurie Hall
Attention parents of students in grades 3 through 8. Monday, April19th is the start of the Language Arts PSSA Exam. This year all students in the district will be testing on their Chromebooks. In the past, computers were left at school to charge. However, this year is different, and we are asking for your help! Please remind and ensure that your student charges their computer this evening and prior to leaving for school Monday morning. This will ensure that your child’s exam will not be interrupted because of battery issues. Thank you for your help and have a great week!
about 14 hours ago, Laurie Hall
Laurie Hall
Dear BEA Community: Here is an update on our Covid cases throughout the district. Currently there are 5 cases at the MS/HS over the past two weeks. Wingate Elementary has had 2 cases, while Howard, Mountaintop, and Port Matilda have zero cases. We have several staff quarantined because they were close contacts to positive cases. Thank you, Scott V. Graham Superintendent
8 days ago, Laurie Hall
Laurie Hall
Dear BEA Community: This is a reminder that the 2 hour delay scheduled for Monday, April 12 has been cancelled. School will begin at the usual time. The final two delays scheduled for April 26 and May 10 will still occur as planned. Last night, the Board approved opening the track and tennis courts on weekends through the end of the school year. We are working on times and Mr. Dyke will be getting that information out to everyone. I will be updating you on our Covid cases for the week later today or over the weekend. Thank you, Scott V. Graham Superintendent
9 days ago, Laurie Hall
Laurie Hall
A message from Mr. Graham. Dear BEA Community: I wanted to give you the weekly update on Covid cases. This week we had one positive case district-wide and that was at Port Matilda. Again, I want to express my sincere thanks to everyone for doing your part to help us keep the virus out of the schools. From Saturday through Tuesday, 110 administrators,faculty, staff, coaches and bus contractors will receive their Covid vaccinations. Additionally, 46 faculty, staff, coaches, and bus contractors will receive their second vaccine this upcoming week. Including those who have been vaccinated on their own, we will have more than 160 of our employees and bus drivers vaccinated by the end of next week. Have a wonderful weekend and as always, I will keep you updated. Sincerely, Scott V. Graham Superintendent
about 1 month ago, Laurie Hall
Laurie Hall
Due to the winter weather predicted for tomorrow, Bald Eagle Area Schools will be closed tomorrow, February 18. We will have Flexible Instruction Day #5. Thank you, Scott V. Graham Superintendent
about 1 month ago, Laurie Hall
Laurie Hall
Dear BEA Community: Due to the Ice Storm Warning, there will be a 2 hour delay tomorrow, Tuesday, February 16. I will reassess the situation tomorrow morning after the storm. Stay safe. Thank you, Scott Graham
2 months ago, Laurie Hall
Laurie Hall
Bald Eagle Area Schools are on a 2 hour delay this morning, Wednesday, February 3. Thank you, Scott V. Graham Superintedent
2 months ago, Laurie Hall
Laurie Hall
Monday, February 1 all BEA schools are CLOSED. BEA will be using a Flexible Instruction Day due to the weather.
3 months ago, Laurie Hall
Laurie Hall
BEA is now CLOSED and having a flexible instruction day, Tuesday January 26th.
3 months ago, Laurie Hall
Laurie Hall
Superintendent Goals for the 20-21 school year. https://5il.co/mahq
6 months ago, Laurie Hall
Laurie Hall
An important message from our Superintendent, Mr. Scott Graham. Dear BEA Community: Earlier today, I had a conversation with the County Superintendents, The Department of Health, and Pennsylvania Department of Education. The purpose of the conversation was to discuss Centre County moving to the Substantial Category (similar to the Red Phase) due to having 105 cases of Covid-19 this past week. Based on our conversation, there are two takeaways that are relevant to our district: 1. PDE recommends that district's do not go completely virtual with just one week's worth of data and 2. Even if Centre County remains Substantial for 2 or more weeks, the decision to keep schools open will remain a local one. The main factor determining whether schools stay open, regardless of the category or phase we are in, is how many cases do we have in our schools? I found out today that the DOH considers 2 or more cases in a building an outbreak and if that occurs, they will work with the district to determine if a school or the district needs to go to remote learning for a period of time. Fortunately, as of today, September 8, we have had zero confirmed cases in the school district. It is my intention, if we do have a case, to notify the public but do everything possible to keep the person's name confidential. I have another call with PDE and DOH on Thursday. If anything additional to what I have already stated comes from that conversation, I will update you. I want to thank everyone involved with a good start to the school year under difficult conditions. The students have been wonderful, parents have been flexible and contacting the schools when they have questions, especially on whether to keep their child home, and the faculty, staff, and administration have all done a great job adjusting to a "new normal." The good news is that this will not last forever. Eventually this pandemic will end. Until then, thank you everyone for working together to do what's best for our students. Scott V. Graham Superintendent
7 months ago, Laurie Hall
Laurie Hall
Letter to the BEA Community from Superintendent Mr. Scott Graham 8-18-20 https://5il.co/jtd2
8 months ago, Laurie Hall
Laurie Hall
Letter to the BEA Community from Superintendent Mr. Scott Graham 7-8-20 https://5il.co/i3bp
9 months ago, Laurie Hall
Laurie Hall
Letter to Bald Eagle District Families, Staff, and Students from Superintendent Mr. Graham 6-8-20 https://5il.co/h0sr
10 months ago, Laurie Hall
Laurie Hall
Letter to Bald Eagle District Families from Interim Superintendent Dr. Joseph Clapper 5-28-20 https://5il.co/gqyo
11 months ago, Laurie Hall
Laurie Hall
Letter to Bald Eagle Area School District Families from Interim Superintendent Dr. Joseph Clapper on updates during school closure for April 9,2020. https://5il.co/exw9
about 1 year ago, Laurie Hall
Laurie Hall
Letter to the Bald Eagle Area School District Families from Interim Superintendent Dr. Joseph Clapper on Planned Instruction for grades 6th through 12th https://5il.co/eum0
about 1 year ago, Laurie Hall
Laurie Hall
Letter from the Bald Eagle Area School District Families from Interim Superintendent Dr. Joseph H. Clapper on updates during school closure: https://5il.co/ekn8
about 1 year ago, Laurie Hall
BEASD
about 1 year ago, BEASD
Laurie Hall
Letter to Bald Eagle Area School District Families from Interim Superintendent Dr. Joseph H. Clapper on updates during school closure: https://5il.co/e80x
about 1 year ago, Laurie Hall
Laurie Hall
Letter to Bald Eagle Area School District Families from Interim Superintendent Dr. Joseph H. Clapper: https://www.beasd.org/article/218070?org=district-office
about 1 year ago, Laurie Hall
Laurie Hall
Letter to Bald Eagle Area School District Families from Interim Superintendent Dr. Joseph H. Clapper addressing frequently asked questions on the impact of COVID-19: https://5il.co/dxq6
about 1 year ago, Laurie Hall
Laurie Hall
Click here for COVID-19 related resources for families and students: http://bit.ly/2U0VcxA
about 1 year ago, Laurie Hall