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Governor Wolf Elementary School
1920 Butztown Rd, Bethlehem, PA 18017
Located in the east side of Bethlehem, Governor Wolf Elementary School is part of the Bethlehem Area School District. ItMore is named for the seventh governor of Pennsylvania, George Wolf, a Northampton County native who is known as the father of the state's public school system. In 1834, he signed the "Common School Act" into law.
Calypso Elementary School
1021 Calypso Ave, Bethlehem, PA 18018
On Calypso Avenue, between Ninth and Tenth Avenues in Bethlehem's west side, this school is one of the smallest ofMore Bethlehem Area School District's public schools. All of its pupils live within a mile of its doors. Among the resources it has for parents is a full service Family Center.
Donegan Elementary School
1210 E 4th St, Bethlehem, PA 18015
One of the largest of the Bethlehem Area School District's elementary schools, Donegan serves a large segment of theMore South Side. The pupils, like its surrounding neighborhood, are predominantly Latino. The school features a family service center. About two-thirds of the pupils are eligible for free and reduced lunches.
Marvine Elementary School
1425 Livingston St, Bethlehem, PA 18017
Marvine Elementary School is a public school in the Bethlehem Area School District that serves the northeastern part ofMore the city. It serves a culturally diverse neighborhood, has a large percentage of at-risk students and has been designated a Title 1 school. The school has three reading specialists and three English As a Second Language specialists. The Marvine Family Center, housed in the same building, provides counseling, clinical services and other programs for families in need.
Broughal Middle School
114 W Morton St, Bethlehem, PA 18015
Broughal Middle School is one of four public middle schools in the Bethlehem Area School District, serving primarilyMore students from the South Side. In 2009, students were recently moved into a new, LEED-certified building that has also been given certification by the U.S. Green Buildings Council. With the new building, came a new academic focus on science, technology and mathematics. The building itself has become part of lesson plans. Sports and extracurricular activities are an important part of student life. There is a band, an orchestra and a football team that competes with other area middle schools.
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