Friday is Family Science Night at DHS East, sponsored by the Downingtown Community Education Foundation. 6:00 p.m. to 8 p.m. AP Chemistry students are putting on a show. All students and parents welcomed. Admission is free! http://youtu.be/w7iqcxRIVa4
Bradford Heights staff and students received the prestigious "Governor's Award for Excellence in Education" on Monday, April 14, 2014. Acting Secretary of Education Carolyn Dumeresq was on hand to present the banner. The Award is given to PA schools scoring over 90 on the School Performance Profile.
|Congratulations to the Citadel Heart of Learning nominees from Bradford Heights - Lisa Montemuro, Jackie Almo, Jennifer Gandert, Sarah Griffin, Deb Rooney, Lauren Sweatman, Kelly Warren, and Patricia Williams!|
|PSSA testing dates postponed. Click here for explanation. And here for new calendar.|
Whenever you hear the word "OLYMPICS" you think of the best of the best. Well, Special Olympics brings out the same feelings here at Bradford Heights. Our students that participate in Special Olympics are the best at what they do. The morning of Special Olympics at Bradford Heights, the entire school gave our Olympians a warm send off with cheers, banners, signs and smiles.
We are so proud of our special Olympians, Abbey Faciana, Colin Warter, Jacob Dowlin, Alex Brown, Justin Rozecki, Zev Cohen, Luke Garvic, Jayden Ricks, Santiago Herrera, Mason Hinkley, Reagan Rollins, Henry Franklin, and Bennett Skelton.
Last Thursday evening Bradford Heights held their spring concert. Once again the band, orchestra, and chorus did an amazing job. The fourth and fifth graders do such an outstanding job entertaining the student body. This year the chorus was accompanied by Mrs. Lineburger and the band had additional members, such as Dr. Solon and Mr. Pron. The chorus also used the musical talents of Mrs. Patterson, Dr. Solon and Mr. Pron.
The chorus, band, and orchestra each had their own repertoire of incredibly played music but the finale was beyond words. The chorus, band, and orchestra joined together to sing a wonderful rendition of The Climb by Hannah Montana.
We would like to thank all of the students for their hard work and dedication to their musical talents. Everyone thoroughly enjoyed the performance. This could not have taken place without the dedication of our fabulous teachers. A huge thank you to Mrs. Cerasa (chorus), Mrs Patterson (band) and Ms. Siegfried (strings) for another terrific concert.