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This number is for NON-EMERGENCY calls. If you have an emergency, call 911. 

In an ongoing effort to promote a safe learning environment, the district is providing the community with an anonymous tip line phone number. The purpose of the tip line is to allow the community the ability to share information anonymously regarding issues that may put others’ safety in danger.  Community members can report information about drugs, weapons, alcohol, violence or any threat to safety.  While this can be done anonymously, the more information given (including one’s name), the greater the ability the district has to do a complete investigation and resolve the situation quickly. 

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little dribblers Little Dribblers Basketball Clinics for BOYS in Grades 1-5
Parents can contact Mr. Roorback at 724-622-8942 or to register. 
BCME logo Blackhawk Awarded 2018 Best Communities for Music Education!
Blackhawk School District has been honored with the Best Communities for Music Education designation from The NAMM Foundation for its outstanding commitment to music education.  The Best Communities for Music Education designation is awarded to districts that demonstrate outstanding achievement in efforts to provide music access and education to all students.
We are 1 of only 2 school districts in Beaver County to receive this honor and 1 out of 583 schools in the NATION!  This is wonderful recognition of the depth of our program and really sets us apart from other districts!
SNACK POLICY for all schools strictly enforced. PLEASE READ!
September 8, 2017

Dear Blackhawk School District Families,

In an effort to protect our students, many of whom have food allergies, we are asking that all snacks brought in for distribution to the students be pre-packaged store bought items. We are also asking that you provide the original packaging, including ingredient list to your classroom teachers. This way, the teachers can address any allergies that are in the classroom and see to it that students with allergies do not receive items that may cause an allergic reaction.

This includes any snacks that are served during the classroom parties as well. All snacks, both those served during the party or sent home must be pre-packaged store bought items.

Also, we ask that no preparation of food items be done as part of the classroom parties. Again, this is an effort to keep all students safe and protected from any possibly food contamination issues or allergic reactions.

Again, this is an effort to keep our children safe. Any questions may be directed to me at (724)846-6600 x1016 or

Cherie Fleischman
Food Service Director
Grade 6 - 12 Student Emails & Microsoft Office! image Grade 6 - 12 Student Emails & Microsoft Office!
Students in grades 6 – 12 are provided with a district assigned Office 365 account....The Office 365 account will provide students with a restricted email account, cloud storage, and access to Microsoft’s “Student Advantage” program that will allow students to install Microsoft Office on their home computers for free. Please click 'read more' for tutorials and more information. 
It just got easier to buy a brick for the new stadium project!
Simply scan our new QR Code to go directly to the donation website! Or click here:
Right-to-Know Law Information, Procedures & Forms
The Blackhawk Board of School Directors recognizes the importance of public records as the record of the district's actions and the repository of information about this district. Public records of BSD are available for access and duplication in accordance with law and BSD board policy.

Procedures for Submitting a Request
Blackhawk School District along with Eckles Architecture and Engineering are conducting a comprehensive community based study of the Blackhawk educational program and facilities.  The study gives the District the opportunity to imagine how public education will serve the community's current and future needs.  The process will allow the community to investigate the latest educational trends, discover new ideas about the roles of schools in the future and contemplate the type and needs of future students. The study can explore how the District might create a school system comprised of the best components of high performing educations systems tailored to the specific needs or our community now and tomorrow.  

The process involves the Board of School Directors, Administration, and interested members of the community with specialized knowledge as well as community members at large.  Please complete our survey if you are interested in serving on one of the study's committees. A district representative will contact you if selected to be a part of this event.
Comprehensive Plan for Public Review
As per Pennsylvania School Code, Chapter 4, Section 13 Strategic Plans, the Blackhawk School District's 2019-2022 Comprehensive Plan is on public review for the next 28-days. Click the link below to view the plan.
Please feel free to contact Mrs. Marianne LeDonne, Director of Curriculum and Instruction, should you have any questions about the Plan.  Mrs. LeDonne can be reached by phone at 724.846.6600 x1017 or email at
Upcoming Events
College Fair
Tue Sep 25 2018
Open House
Thu Sep 27 2018
Open House
Tue Oct 2 2018
Open House
Tue Oct 2 2018
Open House
Wed Oct 3 2018
Fall Play
Thu Oct 4 2018
Open House
Thu Oct 4 2018
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Blackhawk School District: 500 Blackhawk Road, Beaver Falls, PA 15010 Phone: (724) 846-6600 Fax: (724) 846-2021
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Blackhawk School District:
500 Blackhawk Road, Beaver Falls, PA 15010

Phone: (724) 846-6600
Fax: (724) 846-2021
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