DuBois Area High School students from Mr. Kyle Gordon's gifted program and students from Mr. Rob Keith's Biochemistry and Chem II classes attended several Bioengineering Workshops at the Carnegie Science Center in Pittsburgh recently.
The DuBois Area High School Robotics Team had another successful trip to the BEST Robotics Northern Plains Regional competition.
The DuBois Area School District is one of 547 school districts in the U.S. and Canada being honored by the College Board with placement on the 5th Annual AP® District Honor Roll.
Students in Mr. Kyle Gordon's gifted program at DuBois Area High School recently volunteered with a local mobile food pantry at Wasson Elementary School.
DuBois Area Middle School students Gavin Sharp, left, and Breanna Morris, right, “pie” Assistant Principal Mike Maholtz, seated left, and Principal Wendy Benton, seated right, as part of the school’s recent Pie Throwing Contest to raise money for Make-A-Wish.
DuBois Area Senior High School International Thespian Society Troupe 6949 is proud to announce the success of its annual food drive, Trick or Treat So Kids Can Eat.
As part of the DuBois Area School District Elementary Bullying Prevention Month activities, Oklahoma and Penfield elementary schools held a poster/coloring contest winners.
The DAHS BEST (Boosting Engineering Science and Technology) Robotics team competed last weekend at Penn State DuBois and once again qualified for regionals.
The DuBois Area High School girls' soccer team recently raised $260 during their Pink Night Game for the Hahne Breast Cancer Center.
Students in Mrs. Vicki Miller’s fourth grade class at Oklahoma Elementary School were recently introduced to a Pennsylvania fox squirrel.
The DuBois Area School District participated in the Ice Bucket Challenge to raise money for 1994 DAHS graduate Eric Witherite.
Eight educators and eight support people were nominated for the 2013-14 DuBois Area School District Superintendent’s Award as Exemplary Educator and Exemplary Support Person of the Year.
Luthersburg Elementary School second and third graders in Mrs. Allison Sayers’ class recently spent the afternoon experimenting with watermelon - the seeded fruit, flavored gum, Jolly Ranchers, and flavored Kool-aid.
It has become a tradition at C.G. Johnson Elementary School to have a talent show each spring showcasing the many talents of the students.
Students from the DuBois Area Middle School band, under the direction of Joe Sensor, participated in the PMEA District 3 Band Fest on Friday May 2 at Oil City Area High School.
Shown is Mrs. Becky Pasternak’s fourth-grade class at Oklahoma Elementary School holding their Barebook projects.
A graduation ceremony was recently held for Life Skills students at DuBois Area High School.
Students from Juniata, Luthersburg and Sykesville Elementary Schools in Mrs. Gretchen Javens physical education classes recently completed the Presidential Physical Fitness Test.
Six DuBois Area Middle School students were recently awarded American Legion Auxiliary awards.
The DuBois Area Middle School 8th grade Science Department sponsored an all-grade field trip to Camp Mountain Run recently.
Numerous students were honored and awarded scholarships at the 2014 DuBois Area High School Scholastic Awards Program held Tuesday, May 20 at the school’s auditorium.
The Oklahoma Elementary School fourth and fifth grade band concert was recently as was the annual second and third grade spring program.
Jefferson County Farm Bureau President Leon Blose, center, and DuBois Area Middle School Principals Wendy Benton and Mike Maholtz recently thanked sponsors for the Pennsylvania Farm Bureau’s Mobile Ag Educational Lab that was at the middle school May 12-16.
DuBois Area High School’s annual spring choral concert, under the direction of Brennan Bell, will be held Thursday night, May 22nd, at the DAHS Auditorium starting at 7:30 p.m. DuBois Area Middle School, under the direction of Rebecca Sensor, will also have their concert at the DAHS Auditorium starting at 6 p.m.
The DuBois Area Middle School held its annual spring band and chorus concert under the direction of Joe and Becky Sensor.
Pennsylvania Wildlife Conservation Office Andy Troutman recently visited the C.G. Johnson Elementary School fifth-grade classes and taught them about eastern blue birds.
The DuBois Area Middle School recently donated $1,700 to the American Heart Association. The school’s physical education/health instructors held their third annual fund-raising event at the school to help raise money for research and educational programs and materials.
It was an all Norris final for the DuBois Area High School’s annual Current Events Tournament.
Eighth-grade students at DuBois Area Middle School got to learn about many professions from more than 80 members of the business community at the 24rd Annual Career Exploration Day on Tuesday, May 6.
The DuBois Area High School academic team of Austin Songer (C), Jacob Skubisz (A), John Adams (A) and Aaron Lines finished in 7th Place at the Pennsylvania Academic Championship at the Capitol Building in Harrisburg on Friday May 2.
Mosaic artist Janie Lowry, center, shows students in Mrs. Laura Uplinger’s class how to wipe glaze off their mosaic artwork.
Second, fourth, and fifth grade students at Sykesville Elementary School recently celebrated Earth Day by making projects and posters.
State Rep. Matt Gabler, right, reads from the citation that he presented members of the DuBois Area High School rifle team recently in honor of the team winning its second straight Pennsylvania Scholastic Rifle Championship.
Author James Kennedy acts out a scene from his book The Order of the Odd Fish during a presentation at the DuBois Area Middle School recently.
A DuBois Area High School senior was recently honored in a national essay contest. Matthew Ferra, a senior at DAHS, was awarded Honorable Mention in the Fourth Annual Stossel in the Classroom student essay contest.
A Reitz Theatre group from its recent production of William Shakespeare’s As You Like It recently visited the DuBois Area Middle School and DuBois Area High School.
The DAHS Pound-for-Pound Challenge was a friendly competition created to help collect clothing and shoe donations for Goodwill.
Eighth-grader John Wells, right, listens during a mock job interview with Kristina Kline, Director of Human Resources and School Safety, left, during Mrs. Dawna Vanderpool’s English class at the DuBois Area Middle School.
DuBois Area Middle School recently received the SupportMusic Merit Award from the NAMM Foundation for its outstanding commitment to music education.
Joel Penton, a motivational speaker, answers a question following his presentation to the sophomores and seniors at DuBois Area High School on Monday, April 7.
DuBois Area High School students dressed up as art students during the DuBois Area Middle School and Elementary School Art Show at Kids Fair held Sunday, March 30 at the middle school.
Five DuBois Area High School chorus students recently performed with the 2014 Pennsylvania Music Educators Association All-State Honors Ensembles at Hershey March 26-29.
The DuBois Area High School baseball team opened the newly-renovated Showers' Field with a 10-6 win over Warren on Monday, March 31.
The DuBois Area High School Academic Team won its third straight DuBois Area Senior Scholastic Challenge title at the DuBois Campus of Penn State on Wednesday, March 26.
From helping students during and after school to giving back to the community, AmeriCorps workers at the DuBois Area Middle School have been busy this year.
The sophomore English classes at DuBois Area High School held their annual Ides of March event to celebrate the reading of William Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar.
To mark the completion of the unit on Angela’s Ashes, by Frank McCort, Mrs. Dorothea Hackett’s Advanced Placement English Language and Composition students at DuBois Area High School created a Shamrock Shake Shelebration on St. Patrick’s Day.
Juniata, Luthersburg and Sykesville elementary schools participated in a Jump for the Heart Event at their schools during the week of March 10-14.
Shown are the DuBois Area Milddle School students who were winners in the DuBois VFW's Patriot's Pen Essay Contest.
C.G. Johnson Elementary School recently held a “20-20 Reading Challenge.” Students were challenged to read for 20 minutes for 20 days during the month of February.
Five DuBois Area High School students will move on to PMEA All-State Chorus after participating at the PMEA Region 2 Chorus Festival at Girard High School on February 12-15.
DuBois Area Middle School Police Officer Janice Bart, far left, recently recognized three students for good deeds and showing exemplary citizenship.
Valerie Hayes, 8th grade mathematics teacher at DuBois Area Middle School, recently received her National Board Certification in Early Adolescence Mathematics.
DuBois Area Middle School sixth-grade social studies teacher Rob Hanzely conducts a presentation for other teachers during a recent teacher in-service day at the DuBois Area School District.
Penn State-DuBois Admissions Counselors Holli Lashinsky, left, and Garrett Roen, right, talk to eighth-grade students at the DuBois Area Middle School about college on Tuesday, January 21.
The DuBois Area High Schools' Alumni Association, in conjunction with the DAHS Student Council, recently held a Vera Bradley Bingo at the high school.
The DuBois Area Schools' Educational Foundation is conducting a Lottery Calendar Fundraiser for the months of January, February and March 2014 to raise money for programs in the DuBois Area School District. Click here for more information and for the daily winners.
Eleven DuBois Area High School chorus students who recently attended the PMEA District 3 Chorus Festival at Clarion-Limestone under the direction of Mr. Brennan Bell.
New DuBois Area Middle School Police Officer Janice Bart, far left, recently recognized three students for good deeds and showing exemplary citizenship.
Students at the DuBois Area Middle School recently welcomed Ms. Jane Henderson, a South African teacher, to their academic world.
Forty-five members of the DuBois Area Middle School band participated in a tour of local schools on Dec. 18.
Shown are members of the DuBois Area Middle School’s Presidents Competition Team which recently took second in the region tournament.
For the fifth consecutive year, the elementary guidance counselors of the DuBois Area School District have organized Project Stay Warm, which aims to provide winter outerwear to elementary students whose families could not otherwise afford to purchase those items.
The DuBois Area School District will be conducting an Intramural Basketball program for boys in the 4th & 5th grades during the months of January and February.
Sykesville Elementary School recently received a motorized wheelchair through the generosity of Mrs. Jane Wilson and the Sykesville Eagles.
Members of the DuBois Area Middle School marching band recently participated in the Downtown DuBois Halloween Parade.
DuBois Area Middle School sixth-graders on Team V recently held a “Pumpkin Day" in which each class did an activity relating to pumpkins.
The DuBois Area High School Robotics Team traveled to Grove City College on Friday October 18 and Saturday October 19 to participate in the BEST (Boosting Engineering, Science, and Technology) Robotics contest.
Students at Wasson Elementary School participated in a variety of bullying awareness activities during the month of October.
DuBois Area High School will present Fall in Love: An Evening of One Acts Oct. 24-26 at 7 p.m. at the DAHS auditorium.
C.G. Johnson Principal Ed Dombroski, left, looks on as students, from left, Isabelle Gilbert, Tessa Hiles and Cole Javens help plant a tree in memory of Seth Gilbert, a student at the school who passed away over the summer after a battle with lymphoma.
Students in Ms. Nicole Braun's, Mr. Dan Minns’ and Mrs. Gretchen Clark’s classes at DuBois Area High School enjoyed a meet and greet session with the senior football players, cheerleaders and band members recently.
Numerous students were honored and awarded scholarships at the 2013 DuBois Area High School Scholastic Awards Program held Tuesday, May 21 at the school’s auditorium.