The STEM Magnet Program, founded in Fall 2013, allows high-achieving high school juniors and seniors the opportunity to get a head start on a college career in the STEM disciplines. The program offers a choice in two areas of focus: Engineering or Health Sciences. It also gives students interested in math or other sciences the tools needed to be successful in college. While continuing to take classes at their current high school, STEM Magnet participants will be a part of a cohort of students from 11 school districts who take two STEM college courses per semester at Bloomsburg University.
High School Events
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Wed, 02/25/2015 Today all schools will operate on a planned, two-hour-delay schedule. While students will report to school later than normal, all staff will report at their regular time. The District's educators will use the two-hours to study and analyze student assessment data including PSSA and Keystone Exam results. The information this data provides will be used to prioritize instructional time and to more easily identify individual students' strengths and instructional interventions that can help them continue to progress.
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An information and resource page pertaining to the school budgeting process has been created and can be found by clicking on this link. Originally published to explain the 2014-2015, budgeting process, it will be updated and applied to future budgeting processes too.Learn More