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Rescheduled January Board Meeting

The Forest Area School District Board of Directors Meeting scheduled for January 16, 2019 was cancelled due to inclement weather. The meeting has been rescheduled for Wednesday [more]

Family Literacy Positions in Forest County

Titusville Regional Literacy Council is seeking to fill two part-time positions in a Family Literacy Program in Forest County. A Family Literacy Instructor is needed to teach [more]

Cookies and Candies

Cookies and Candies Family and Consumer Science classes and FCCLA members treated residents of the Tionesta with various types of cookies and candies during their monthly visit on December 14. [more]

West Forest FCCLA students sponsor Emergency Responder Game

West Forest FCCLA students sponsor Emergency Responder GameJessica Wagner and Jennifer Lander are dedicating a boy’s basketball game to the local first responders on January 7, at the West Forest High School Gym. The games start at 6:00 [more]

West Forest PreK

West Forest PreKWest Forest PreK students Anna Kluck, Leahanna Nanni, and Mason Sell spend some time reading Christmas books while they warm up by the fireplace.  Earlier this month, one of [more]

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East Forest Student of the Week

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West Forest Student of the Week

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  • Rescheduled January Board Meeting
    The Forest Area School District Board of Directors Meeting scheduled for January 16, 2019 was cancelled due to inclement weather. The meeting has been rescheduled for Wednesday January 23, 2019. Work Session to start at 7:00 PM with the Regular Meeting to follow at East Forest School.  
  • CLOSED, Wednesday, January 16, 2019
  • Family Literacy Positions in Forest County
    Titusville Regional Literacy Council is seeking to fill two part-time positions in a Family Literacy Program in Forest County. A Family Literacy Instructor is needed to teach adults in a small group setting. Bachelor’s Degree is required. Also, an Early Childhood Educator is needed to work with children 8 and under. Bachelor’s Degree in early… Continue Reading Family Literacy Positions in Forest County
  • Cookies and Candies
    Family and Consumer Science classes and FCCLA members treated residents of the Tionesta with various types of cookies and candies during their monthly visit on December 14. Students in the ninth grade class made the cookies in their FCS classes and students from grades 10 – 12 in the Advanced FCS class made the candies.… Continue Reading Cookies and Candies
  • West Forest FCCLA students sponsor Emergency Responder Game
    Jessica Wagner and Jennifer Lander are dedicating a boy’s basketball game to the local first responders on January 7, at the West Forest High School Gym. The games start at 6:00 against Tidioute.  There will be basket raffles and a 50/50 to help support the cause.
  • Rescheduled January Board Meeting
    The Forest Area School District Board of Directors Meeting scheduled for January 16, 2019 was cancelled due to inclement weather. The meeting has been rescheduled for Wednesday January 23, 2019. Work Session to start at 7:00 PM with the Regular Meeting to follow at East Forest School.  
  • Family Literacy Positions in Forest County
    Titusville Regional Literacy Council is seeking to fill two part-time positions in a Family Literacy Program in Forest County. A Family Literacy Instructor is needed to teach adults in a small group setting. Bachelor’s Degree is required. Also, an Early Childhood Educator is needed to work with children 8 and under. Bachelor’s Degree in early… Continue Reading Family Literacy Positions in Forest County
  • East Forest 2nd Grade
    Rowan Rose, the Community and Economic Development Coordinator of Forest County, visited the East Forest Second Grade to do a presentation on Fair Housing. She shared a book titled, “A Pig is Moving In”. It tells how a pig is treated when moving into a new apartment. The book raises awareness of fair housing rights… Continue Reading East Forest 2nd Grade
  • 2019 Forest Area Board Meeting Dates
  • Hour of Code
    We live in a world surrounded by technology. And we know that whatever field our students choose to go into as adults, their ability to succeed will increasingly depend on understanding how technology works. That’s why our schools are joining in on the largest learning event in history: The Hour of Code, during Computer Science… Continue Reading Hour of Code
  • Rescheduled January Board Meeting
    The Forest Area School District Board of Directors Meeting scheduled for January 16, 2019 was cancelled due to inclement weather. The meeting has been rescheduled for Wednesday January 23, 2019. Work Session to start at 7:00 PM with the Regular Meeting to follow at East Forest School.  
  • Family Literacy Positions in Forest County
    Titusville Regional Literacy Council is seeking to fill two part-time positions in a Family Literacy Program in Forest County. A Family Literacy Instructor is needed to teach adults in a small group setting. Bachelor’s Degree is required. Also, an Early Childhood Educator is needed to work with children 8 and under. Bachelor’s Degree in early… Continue Reading Family Literacy Positions in Forest County
  • Cookies and Candies
    Family and Consumer Science classes and FCCLA members treated residents of the Tionesta with various types of cookies and candies during their monthly visit on December 14. Students in the ninth grade class made the cookies in their FCS classes and students from grades 10 – 12 in the Advanced FCS class made the candies.… Continue Reading Cookies and Candies
  • West Forest FCCLA students sponsor Emergency Responder Game
    Jessica Wagner and Jennifer Lander are dedicating a boy’s basketball game to the local first responders on January 7, at the West Forest High School Gym. The games start at 6:00 against Tidioute.  There will be basket raffles and a 50/50 to help support the cause.
  • West Forest PreK
    West Forest PreK students Anna Kluck, Leahanna Nanni, and Mason Sell spend some time reading Christmas books while they warm up by the fireplace.  Earlier this month, one of Santa’s helpers delivered the fireplace for the children to enjoy.
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