School News

By Deb Henton, Ed.D. Superintendent If I’ve heard it once, I’ve heard it a thousand times: How do we let people know what a wonderful school district we have? The fact is we are doing great things here at North Branch Area Public Schools NBAPS). We are no longer going to qualify that statement with [...]

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By Deb Henton, Ed.D. Superintendent If you haven’t heard, our test results for 2011-12 have been released to the public and we are largely pleased with the progress we have made in the last year. Our reading and writing results were expected; we continue to outpace state averages in both categories. Writing proficiency is over [...]

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By Deb Henton, Ed.D. Superintendent We here at North Branch Area Public Schools (NBAPS) are very aware that we live in an age of choice when it comes to educating your child. Regardless of where you live now, you are able to choose a school district that works best for your student. I would like [...]

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By Deb Henton, Ed.D., superintendent, North Branch Area School Dist. 138 Never let them tell you that summer is “down time” in a school district. We have just a few short months to take care of a mountain of last year’s business and another year for which to prepare. All of us are working hard [...]

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By Deb Henton, Ed.D., superintendent It’s been awhile, so I thought it would be a good idea to provide an update on the school district’s energy savings program, now at the end of its third year. The program started through a partnership with Schools for Energy Efficiency (SEE) and has been incredibly successful in North [...]

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By Deb Henton, Ed.D., superintendent of NB schools The school year is now over and we had a wonderful staff appreciation breakfast last Thursday, full of laughter and even a few tears as we said goodbye to retirees. Each one of them was a blessing to the school district. Most will put school business aside [...]

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