Category Archives: East Forest

East Forest Elementary Designs Robots

The third and fourth graders at East Forest have been designing robots!  The students used area and perimeter to build the parts of their robots.  The “robot builders” each received a parts list that had area and/or perimeter measurements for each robot body part.  Once they measured out all of the robot parts, they built their robots.  Each student built 3 robots, and they decorated them in different themes.  It was a great time doing math and being creative!

Pictured are Aidan Spuck-Campbell, Willa Heferle, Jalynn Weiss, Kaylie Gregory, Jayden Colvin, Jonah Glass, Nick Geraci, Vinny Carey, Logan Stevenson, Hannah Armstrong, Zach Walton, and Adrian Potter

Mental Health Awareness Month

Forest Area High School students recently took part in the Build A Tree for Mental Health Awareness Month challenge. The trees were designed as a symbol of our need to support each other as a community and acknowledge that if we are going to have strong, vibrant communities, we need to work together! Photos of the trees will be on display at the Mental Health Awareness Symposium at the Warren Public Library from 6:00 – 8:00 PM on May 31st. For more information about the symposium, contact Adam McNeill (AMcNeill@FWFMWA.org).
Pictured below is the East Forest tree.
#growingstrongtogether

East Forest FCCLA Members Serve as State Officers

The East Forest Chapter of Family, Career and Community Leaders of America would like to announce that two of it’s members have been selected to be FCCLA State Officers. Angelina Harp is serving as First Vice President and Rachel Beatty is serving as Vice President of Public Relations. The girls have already participated in a training weekend in Breezewood and will continue working throughout the school year planning and leading Regional and State FCCLA meetings and conferences as well as attending Capitol Leadership training and National Cluster meetings.

From left to right: Angelina Harp and Rachel Beatty

May is Mental Health Awareness Month

May is Mental Health Awareness Month. Forest County is participating in promoting mental health awareness, and in support students in classrooms, businesses and nonprofits, and other interested organizations are building trees on walls (and in any creative way they see fit) and adding individual leaves with personal stories related to mental health.

West Forest students built their own tree on a wall.

Pictured from left right:  Emma McFarland, Avah Burke, Aubrey Barnes and Maddie McFarland

 Pictured from left to right:  Dominic Grubbs and Brooke Black