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What Students Really Need to Succeed

What Students Really Need to SucceedDear Alumni & Friends,
 
Some things never change; you'll be an Eagle for life, not just four years.
 
Today's Bald Eagle Area students are facing new challenges as they prepare for their lives after high school.  In an increasingly competitive world, it's more important than ever to support our students with the technology, curriculum and extracurricular resources that they need to succeed.  As a new school year begins, I encourage you to make a gift to support our efforts to insure that all students receive the best education the community can deliver.
 
Alumni contributions are at the heart of everything we do. Your gift makes a significant impact on these efforts. Each year, Eagle Ambassadors engages the community and alumni in fundraising through mobilizing broad community support for public education, works to secure grants through public and non-public sources that support public education initiatives, supports district-wide learning initiatives and encourages teacher innovation and teaching excellence.
 
Bald Eagle Area students have been recognized nationwide for their hard work and achievement, but they need your help to continue to thrive.
 
Your gift has the power to impact current students. Wherever you are in the world, you'll always be an Eagle. Join me in welcoming our students back for a new school year with a gift that will allow them to spread their wings and fly.

The School Year Kicks off with Kindercamp

The School Year Kicks off with Kindercamp

The 2018 – 2019 BEA school year kicked off on August 6 with Kindercamp. Twenty kindergarteners in Howard participated in the annual three-day camp from August 6 to 8. The camp allows upcoming kindergarteners in the Bald Eagle Area School District to get a preview before school starts about what to expect in kindergarten at Howard, Mountaintop Area, Port Matilda and Wingate elementary schools. Read more to learn about the camp!

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BEA Students Recognized in Library Writing Contest

BEA Students Recognized in Library Writing Contest

Bald Eagle Area students proved their literary talents when eight students placed and were recognized in the 2018 Centre County Library Young Author and Illustrator Contest. Read more about their stories!

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