With hands clapping, lights flashing, and sirens blaring, BEC students exited the building today in style. Thank you to the Birdsboro Police Department, Birdsboro-Union Fire Department, and Birdsboro Streets Department for showing your support for the Class of 2025! ... See MoreSee Less
John Taylor too bad Savannah's bus never picked her up today.
Sad day for Birdsboro! Little children being bussed for miles!
They did not do that for us when we were the last class out of the Lincoln Building
Breaks my heart of them closing the building that I so vividly remember opening!
I remember going to a Birdsboro Elementary and Sad they clothing I am class of 2005 I love that elementary school
Thanks DB BEC for making it special for them. Something they will always remember!
For bus students. Nothing done for walkers or parent pick up. 😕
Very sad day. Many great memories , great staff!!
So grateful to be part of this very special “clap out” for all BEC students exiting the building, who were welcomed by staff and community leaders. What a wonderful town, district and group of kids. Thanks to everyone who organized and made this possible.
As a culminating event to celebrate reading Courage for Beginners as a whole school, the Daniel Boone Middle School concluded our Whole School Read with an end-of-year celebration. This included a fun obstacle course in the gym, a “taste-walk” throughout the building to enjoy several foods donated by local businesses & community members, rock painting to create a memory garden in the front of the school thanks to a generous donation from our PTC, and a reflection time in the courtyard to honor Mavrik Laxton and his courage. Our final activity was working together to form the word COURAGE as a whole school in front of the school, which was an amazing collaborative experience, and sealed in everyone’s hearts and minds that as we love and support each other, we can find the courage to face whatever challenges that come our way.
Thank you to all of the students, teachers, administrators, parents, and community members for helping this first Whole School Read be a successful and memorable experience. ... See MoreSee Less
Dear Class of 2018, Parents, and Daniel Boone Community,
Congratulations for being part of such a wonderful community that believes in the power of education. The support that you have provided our students and specifically the Class of 2018 has been outstanding. The commitment and dedication of the Class of 2018 personify the values of our community. The Class of 2018 is noted for many accomplishments. They have achieved at an exceptionally high level academically and have received recognition from The College Board, as well as The Washington Post. The class has represented the high school athletically, artistically, and through civic engagement with distinction.
The cornerstone of the Daniel Boone Area High School community continues to be service to others. The Class of 2018 has continued to lead as selfless students who represent the values of our community by serving others. The charitable endeavors of this class have supported initiatives locally and across the nation in excess of half a million dollars during their four-year tenure in high school. It is both humbling and with pride that we send the students from the Class of 2018 into our community. Please embrace the newest adults in our community.
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Thank you for everything!! 💙👩🏽🎓💙
Thank YOU Mr McKnight for all that you've done for these kids , the school and the community. You're wonderful and we ate so lucky to have you.
Wishing this info would be reported by the Eagle......congrats class of 2018!
Congrats 2018!!!!! But 2008 was better 🙂
Thank you Mr. McKnight. It is a Wonderful, caring and enthusiastic group of young adults we have in the Class of 2018. The DB staff beginning from Kindergarten through 12th grade has done an exceptional job with our then babies to our now Adult children. Words can't begin to express thank you. You are all amazing.
Daniel Boone Area School District added 26 new photos.
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Yesterday our graduating seniors were welcomed with cheers as they returned to the halls of their elementary schools for our 2018 Grad Walk. The event is designed to encourage our elementary students to follow in the steps of the seniors, setting their sights on graduating from high school. The positive response from our soon to be graduates, elementary students and faculty was a great representation of the Blazer Nation spirit. ... See MoreSee Less
This was the first thing my second grader talked about when she got home yesterday. Great Job Seniors.
Love this! (Class of '69)
Thanks to everyone who put this together!!!
Jennifer Scott Is that your sweet little Eliza in some of these pix greeting the seniors?
Congrats DB class of 2018, the future is bright for you all! Thank you elementary students and teachers for the warm reception and congrats extended to our graduating seniors! So proud that my son was in the very first DB Grad Walk! 💙🎓
It is a Wonderful Tradition not only for the Graduates but for the underclass and foir our Teachers who sometimes don't see the FRUITS OF THEIR LABOR. Total Win for All.
Love this!! Hope the tradition continues. Congrats Class of 2018🎓
So glad to see this at DB! Thanks to all who made it happen.
That's great never heard of that
Love that DB is doing this!!
Congrats to call of 2018!
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 2018!
Commencement exercises for the Daniel Boone Area School District Class of 2018 will be held on Friday, June 8, at 7:00 p.m. at Daniel Boone Area High School. The event will be live streamed on this page.
Please join us in wishing our students the best of luck in their future endeavors. Whatever you do, never stop learning, exploring, growing and challenging yourself to be your best.
About the Class of 2018:
Valedictorian – Jordyn Markle
Salutatorian – Julia Bulafka
Third Honors – Bradley DeMild
President – Josh Heffner
Vice President – Christine Kelly
Secretary – Tasia Sherman
Treasurer – Madison Okkerse
Class Song – Good Old Days by Macklemore
Class Colors – Navy and Silver
Class Motto – “Don’t go where the path may lead; go instead where there is no path and leave a trail.”
Class Flower – Mini-sunflower ... See MoreSee Less
Congratulations Class of 2018. The future is yours, reach out and grab it. 🎓💙🎓
Congratulations class of 2018
The last class to graduate from the old Amity/Birdsboro buildings graduated on this night 52 years ago...class of 66!🎓🎓🎓. How things have changed! Congrats to the class of 2018! The world is your oyster! Go for it!
Congratulations to the class of 2018! You will do great things!!
Congratulations to all of you.🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉
Congratulations to the class of 2018!
Best graduation ever! Congrats class of 2018!
Congratulations class of 2018!!!
Congratulations class of 2018!
Tasia Sherman I seeeeee you
Thanks for supporting/allowing the seniors to walk the halls of their elementary school. It was a great experience for graduates, teachers and elementary kids. What a wonderfully positive thing to do. Thank you!
Congratulations to all!!!
Thanks, Christine. We will watch. Congratulations!!
Congratulations 🎓🎓 DBHS 1964
Congratulations Class of 2018 DBASD
Congratulations class of 2018! My 5th grade class at BEC was my favorite class to ever teach. I see you all in there and I’m proud of you! - Miss Sparrow
May all your dreams come. The journey is worth it. Believe in yourself and stay positive it. There is nothing you can't do. God bless!
I found Parker Davis looking excited
Congrats class of 2018