Formal portraits have been scheduled for Wednesday, July 17 with Strawbridge Studios in the high school auditorium. Your appointment information will arrive by letter or postcard. Please arrive 5 minutes early to your photo session.
2019-20 SPORTS PHYSICALS RESCHEDULED
Sports physicals for the 2019-2020 school year scheduled for Monday, June 3, 2019 HAVE BEEN CANCELLED. Physicals have been rescheduled for Wednesday, June 5th at the high school. Remember to bring your physical paperwork and the cost is $10.
Schedule Times are:
1:00 - 3:00 PM - Class of 2020, 2021 & 2022
3:00 - 5:00 PM - Class of 2023, 2024 & 2025
NBCSD was well represented by 17 students at the FBLA's State Leadership Conference in Hershey, PA April 7th through the 10th.
Maurizio Amato - 6th - Help Desk
Nick Garner - 8th - Current Events
Matt Hall - Placed 7th - Introduction to Public Speaking
Allyson Ritchey - Placed 8th - Business Communications
Abby Mickle - Placed 1st - Introduction to Business Communications and moves on to national competition!
The Engineering by Design Club has been selected as a state winner for the Samsung Solve for Tomorrow Contest. Mr. Craig Curfman is the teacher advising team members Maurizio Amato, Carson Foor, Kahleb Horton, Max Summers, Joe Summers, Bentley Zimmerman, and Ian Zimmerman. The team developed a way that a radio-frequency identification transponder can activate solar-powered warning lights to alert motorists a school bus is stopped ahead. With the state level win the team will receive $20,000 worth of technology and a change of winning a $100,000 grant.
The contest was entered by submitting an application in the fall. In December, state finalists were selected to submit an activity plan. The team now will submit project videos by February 15th. Ten national finalists will attend a pitch even where they demonstrate their prototype before a panel of judges in April. Three national winners will be selected.
Congratulations Engineering by Design Club! You make us Panther Proud!
Left to right Front: Stephanie Runyon-STEM; Reia Finnegan-Academic Improvement; Heyleigh Wilkins-Community Service;
Alison Ritchey-Academic Excellence; Cameron Pressel-Community Service
Back: Danielle McGrath-Corle Building Systems; Allie Snider-Academic Excellence; Eric Bowman-Attendance;
Franklin Foor-Academic Improvement; Maurizio Amato-STEM; Kelsey Rhodes-Attendance; Kevin Ziance-Corle Building Systems
To kick-off the 2018-2019 Program year, students from Northern Bedford High School were recently introduced to The Challenge Program, Inc. during an orientation assembly at their school. The assembly theme was The Real Game of Life. This fun board game spin-off reveals to students the positive outcomes to the important choices they face every day for career-readiness and success both in and beyond the classroom and how to earn cash incentives.
During the assembly, students in the sophomore, junior, and senior classes were introduced to local career opportunities. Throughout the year, they will be eligible to compete for financial awards in five areas linked with academic and workplace success: Attendance, Academic Improvement, Academic Excellence, STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) and Community Service. The business partner for Northern Bedford High School during the 2018-2019 school year is Corle Building Systems.
At the end of the assembly, five juniors and five seniors from Northern Bedford High School received awards for the work they accomplished last year during the 2017-2018 school year in the five above-mentioned categories, sponsored by Corle Building Syst
Left to Right/Front Row: Danielle McGrath (Corle Building Systems), Rachel Mickle, Jaden Fernandez, Josh Dasher, Maddie Cherry, Cam Pressel, Kevin Ziance (Corle Building Systems); Back Row: Ian Zimmerman, Ian Sherlock, Caleb Diehl, Noah Kuklo, Maurizio Amato
The Challenge Program, Inc. Kicks Off At Northern Bedford High School. Students at Northern Bedford High School were recently introduced to The Challenge Program, Inc. during a kick-off assembly at their school. The assembly theme was Classroom Feud: Workplace Edition. This fun game show spin-off reveals to students the right answers to the important questions for career-readiness and success both in and beyond the classroom and how to earn cash incentives.
During the assembly, students in the sophomore, junior, and senior classes were introduced to local career opportunities. Throughout the year, they will be eligible to compete for financial awards in five areas linked with academic and workplace success: Attendance, Academic Improvement, Academic Excellence, STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) and Community Service. The business partner for Northern Bedford High School during the 2017/2018 school year is Corle Building Systems.
The student PRIDE team held an American Flag scavenger hunt for middle school and high school students as a lead-in to the Veterans Day assembly. 150 paper flags were hidden throughout the building for
students to find. Winners from each school were selected from the tickets found. Here the winning
high school students received their prizes, which included gift certificates and food items, from
PRIDE member Cameron Pressel (middle).