In accordance with Act 18 of 2019, the Brentwood Borough School District has established a Threat Assessment Team for the 2021/2022 school year. The team is responsible for the assessment of and intervention with students whose behavior may indicate a threat to the safety of the student, other students, school employees, school facilities, the community or others. The Threat Assessment Team will also be responsible for providing training, education, and information to members of their school communities. The core team will be comprised by Jeremy Bogdanski- Director of School Police and Security, Alyssa Bogdanski- School Police Officer, James Cassell- Assistant Middle/High School Principal, Dr. Bonnie Betler- Moore Principal, Dr. Barbara Pagan- Elroy Principal, Terri Kauric- Elementary Counselor, Whitney Reynolds- Middle School Counselor, and Linda Capozzoli- High School Counselor.
Posted Tuesday, July 20, 2021
The Brentwood Borough School District will be holding a Vaccination Clinic on July 22nd from 5pm-8pm at the Middle-High School sponsored by UPMC. The second dose will be administered on August 12th 5-8pm in the same location. Families and Community members 12 years or older are to pre-register using the link below. https://forms.office.com/pages/responsepage.aspx?id=Ptc9i3JOeUaxkVbaFYhxK8zELJf_8-BNklJpHtX-UNtUOExJOTY3T0o4Nkc5SUkxUllDOFNCNDA5WS4u
Posted Tuesday, July 13, 2021
The Brentwood Borough School District School Board approved the Health and Safety Plan at the July 12th meeting for the 2021-22 school year. Posted below is important information regarding the plan:ARP ESSER Health and Safety PlanBrentwood Borough SD Health & Safety Plan 2021-2022Click Here to Access the Parent Survey Link: Survey for Parent Feedback
Dear Brentwood Families,Please read the letter attached to the email distributed district wide regarding Act 66 of 2021 also known as the Student Grade Level Retainment. The information is also posted under the District News on the main page of the website. Completed forms must be received by 3pm on July 15, 2021. Act 66 Parent Letter.pdf
Posted Wednesday, July 7, 2021
Good Afternoon Families,Last week the District released a parent webinar explaining summer school and mini-summer camps. The registration period for the mini-summer camps are now open. Please read and follow the instructions below.The first link below provides a description of the multiple mini-camps that we would like to offer to our students in grades K-5. Please read the descriptions with your child(ren) and make note of the programs your child is interested in attending. The second link below is the electronic registration form. Please complete the registration form indicating which programs your child(ren) are interested in attending. The programs are listed on the registration form in alphabetical order. As explained in the Parent Webinar dated May 21, for the camp to operate a minimum of 5 students must register. There will be a maximum of 15 students permitted in each session. Parents will be contacted by the instructor after registration closes. Click Here: Summer Programming 2021 Final.pdf Click Here: Mini-Camp Sign-Up FormIf you experience any difficulties please contact your child(ren)'s building principal.
Posted Friday, May 21, 2021
The survey opens at 6:00pm today and will remain open until Friday at 6:00pm. We are asking ALL families to complete the survey so that we will be able to create balanced classroom assignments. Incoming kindergarten students will receive a personal phone call from a district employee. https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=sE61742oP0a8ziWfLJC78U8En6Q_WQNBklGbp2NlWpJURTdJU1NMV1lBMUs5UzVDN1MxOFdNOURUTS4u
Posted Wednesday, April 14, 2021