Brockway has always been innovative with its educational programs adding television studios, greenhouses, computer aided drafting, robotics, and fostering a partnership with the community through the BCAT program and its educational foundation.
The school's latest project is an agricultural outdoor learning center that is designed to provide students with a better understanding of one of the state's leading industries.
Did you know that there are more than 63,000 farms in the state with the commonwealth ranking number 1 in mushroom production, 4th in dairy products, 4th apple harvest, 4th in grapes, and it has produced a growing wine industry that already ranks 7th in the nation. Recently the students have planted apple trees, cherry trees, and plumbs with many more fruit varieties to come. There are also plans to bring animals into learning center creating limitless real world science applications.
Turnout is strong for Science Fair 15 2016
Friday Grades 3-6 celebrated the end of PSSA testing by throwing their worries in the air as confetti.
Brockway Area High School history students visited the elementary under blue skies Friday morning. The group presented a living wax museum of historical characters.
Coming May 3rd
Science Fair Tuesday May 3rd
Spring Field Trips
A wide range of field trips are scheduled for this spring. A special thanks to Goodwill and The Mengle Foundation for making it happen.
Signs of the Season
Like a migrating bird, Mr. Hartless' return to Brockway Elementary signals the onset of spring. Learning continues as the PA Game Commision provides birdbox kits to our 5th grade students. The boxes create a habitat for bluebirds in central PA in an attempt to increase the bird's population.