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Notice of District Adopted Science Curriculum – The Bradford County School Board voted their approval of the science curriculum from Houghton Mifflin Harcourt for grades K – 12, and from EMC2 for Anatomy and Physiology at the March 12, 2018 Board Meeting. Parents and residents shall have 30 days in which to request reconsideration of the materials. If requests for reconsideration are received within the 30 day window, a hearing before a Hearing Officer shall be conducted to resolve potential issues before materials are purchased. The link to the Request for Reconsideration is provided below, or a hard copy can be picked up at the Student Services Department at the District Office. Click Here for Form!
Welcome and thank you for visiting the web site for the Bradford County School District. On behalf of our employees and school board members, I would like to thank you for giving us the opportunity to provide a quality educational experience to the youth of Bradford County. Bradford County is filled with exceptional educators and support staff eager to provide a safe, effective learning environment that will both challenge and prepare our students. With incredible community support, Bradford County Schools are a great place to experience a quality education and also compete in competitive sports and award winning band and club programs. Bradford is on the move and we want you to be a part of our success.
I hope that you will use this web site as just one tool among many to stay connected with your school district. On this site you can check grades, read press releases, and find Department contacts within the school system. Please utilize the sign-up feature for notifications in addition to your local school contacts. We also have both Facebook and Twitter accounts for your convenience. Recently we have added a new operator on duty to assist you with your questions and concerns at 904-966-6860.
Stacey Shuford Creighton
Superintendent of Schools
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