The four BASD middle schools participated in the What’s So Cool About Manufacturing? video contest. The annual contests excite students to explore cool manufacturing careers and produce profiles of companies throughout Pennsylvania.
Created by the Manufacturers Resource Center (MRC) in Allentown, PA in
2013, the What’s So Cool About Manufacturing? contests draw entries from
nearly 200 teams across Pennsylvania. Continue reading “BASD Board Honors Middle School ‘What’s So Cool About Manufacturing?’ Contest Award Winners”
Six Bethlehem Area School District students competed in the annual Future Chefs Culinary Competition held at Northeast Middle School.
The students are selected for their interest in the culinary arts and work with Bethlehem Area School District Sodexo School Services mentor chefs to perfect their recipes.
Continue reading “BASD Students Sizzle in Future Chefs Culinary Competition”
Congratulations to all students who have achieved Honor Roll status for Marking Period 1 of the 2018 School Year. Continue reading “Bethlehem Area School District Marking Period 1 Honor Roll Listings for the 2018 School Year”
After learning about the struggles of those who live in and have left South Sudan by studying the book “A Long Walk to Water,” students at Northeast Middle School were visited someone who experienced those struggles in real life. Continue reading “South Sudanese Immigrant Shares Stories at Northeast Middle School”
A Day in the Life of a BASD Principals Eric Fontanez of William Penn Elementary and Joseph Rahs of Northeast Middle School. Continue reading “Go Inside the Life of a BASD Principal (VIDEO)”
During the last four months, student teams from Broughal, East Hills, Nitschmann and Northeast middle schools have been working hard on some fun video projects and now they need your vote. Continue reading “Vote for Your Favorite BASD Middle School Video Project”
Northeast Middle School’s Sixth Grade Team, Leaders Rock, organized a Cops N Kids book drive as part of their yearly service project.
Students involved with the project didn’t want to only collect at Northeast Middle School, so they wrote a proposal to BASD Superintendent Dr. Joseph Roy asking to get district elementary schools involved. Continue reading “Northeast Middle School Students Collect Book for Cops N Kids Program”