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Student Becomes Conservation Ambassador

 

Student Becomes Conservation Ambassador Freshman Rosalie Sowers is serving her community as a Wildlife Leadership Academy conservation ambassador. Keep reading to learn how Sowers is using her status to educate others about the sport and help debunk many misconceptions. 

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BEA Recognized for MTSS Program

 

BEA Recognized for MTSS ProgramBEA is proud to be one of only two public school districts in the commonwealth recognized for its Multi-Tiered System of Supports program. MTSS is the practice of providing high-quality instruction and intervention matched to student needs. Find out why this makes a difference for all students.

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Students Spruce up Local Parks for Day of Caring

 

Students Spruce up Local Parks for Day of CaringBEA strives to teach students to be good citizens and good stewards of their communities. That’s why over 250 Bald Eagle Area Middle School students participated in the Centre County United Way’s Day of Caring in October. Keep reading to learn more about their service projects!

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