The Daniel Boone Area School District Priority Focus Areas:
- Health & Safety
- Competitive Curriculum
- Continual Learning
- Cultural Investment
- Responsible Resource Allocation
The Daniel Boone Area School District Core Beliefs/Values:
- Acceptance and Respect
- Communication and Collaboration
- Celebrating Specific Successes
- Critical Thinking and Problem Solving
Blazer Community Graduates; Life Ready, because they…
- Contribute to Community
- Are Resilient
- Readily Advocate for Self and Others
- Effectively Communicate
Blazer News and Announcements
Throughout the school year, the Reading Eagle publishes the Superintendents' Forum, a monthly series written by a current superintendent of schools in Berks County. This month Dr. Brett Cooper discusses Ambition, not anger. Please click the headline to read more.
Our school is taking part in the 2021 Pennsylvania Youth Survey (PAYS) sponsored by the Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency, the Pennsylvania Department of Education, and the Pennsylvania Department of Drug and Alcohol Programs. The survey will ask questions about the behaviors of students in the 6th, 8th, 10th, and 12th grades, including questions about school climate, violence, depression, bullying, and substance abuse. For more information, please click the headline.
Join us in acknowledging DBAIC Student, Evangeline Rogers as a recipient for Positive Things Happening. Evangeline was caught helping her classmate in a time of need. Her teacher, Ms. Hetrick, caught Evangeline helping her classmate with her school bag at dismissal. Evangeline flagged her classmate down before she left on the bus. This positive act of kindness left her classmate feeling good.
Join us in acknowledging Traci Huddleson as a recipient for Positive Things Happening. Mrs. Huddleson is very active within our #DBBlazers community and beyond. She was nominated by Bo Shappell for all of the time, effort, energy, and commitment that she puts in for the faculty / staff and students in the district. Thank you, Mrs. Huddleson!
Senior Intern, Amanda Ott is ready for work at Goodwill Ambulance with mentors Cybil Scheidt and Matt Burfete. Amanda plans to pursue a career in nursing and is excited to learn about Emergency Medical Services. Special thank you to Chief Mike Campeggio and all the dedicated professionals at Goodwill for your constant strength, compassion, and concern for others in extremely difficult situations.