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Coming Friday October 28th at 1:30 The AIMS Haunted House Only 50 cents

Spike's Flashback Friday

A decade ago Mrs. Glasl's hair was Spiked!

Warning, don't eat pumpkin seeds.

Congratulations to all of our future mommies.

Brockway Cross Country

The Rovers stop for a quick picture at Brookville Tuesday and Thursday they were glowing in the dark.

>School Cafe Flyer<

Brockway Area School District is proud to offer School Café, a safe and secure way for parents to make online payments to their children’s cafeteria accounts, along with the ability for parents to view their child’s purchase activity.  You will need to register and open a SchoolCafe account, see the attached flyer for the step by step process.
There is a 5% convenience fee for each deposit made to your child’s account when using SchoolCafe.

101 walkers got their chance to win a way cool scooter this week. The nice weather and a chance to win brought out the largest group of walkers in more than a year.

A scavenger hunt through literature at the 2016 PTG Bookfair

We are excited to kick off School-Wide Positive Behavior Support this school year.  Our school-wide goal is to have all of the students know the behavioral expectations of every area in our school, like the cafeteria, hallways, restrooms, playground, and the bus. The program is called PAWS. Your can read more about the programs by clicking PAWS.

September 7th- October 29th

7:25 AM at the Presbyterian Church

Students who arrive to school prior to 7:30am are welcome to participate in Jump Start. The Jump Start program gives students access to the computer lab, fitness center, and can answer questions they might have about homework. Don't sit around, get fit, get smart and jump start your day. (Space is limited to 30 students each day.)


Students learn about fire safety from a visit from our local fire department.

Cooper Pumpkin Patch

First Grade traveled to Cooper Farms Friday where they had loads of fun and found some very large pumpkins.

Fall Reading

Sixth graders kick off a beautiful fall with a good book in the school's courtyard.

Brockway joined schools from around the country in honoring those impacted on September 11th.