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BHS Drama Club Presents "Once Upon A Mattress" Once Upon A Mattress

This year the Burrell High School Drama Club's spring musical will be "Once Upon a Mattress" wherein an overbearing mother hopes to thwart her son's attempts to find a wife by creating elaborate tests for unwitting princesses in this comedic adaptation of the Princess and the Pea story.


Show times are March 15 - 17 at 7:30 PM.  Burrell High School Auditorium


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The Trib Recognizes the BHS Production of Once Upon a Mattress
Kennywood Picnic & Ticket Sales Information Kennywood
Lights Camera Music! A Concert of Movie Music and Classics Lights Camera Music!

Presented by the Westmoreland Symphony Orchestra

SATURDAY, APRIL 21ST @ 2:00 pm

Burrell High School Auditorium

Cost:  $5 Donation to the Burrell Education Foundation

Job Opportunities in the Burrell School District for the 2018-19 School Year
Kindergarten Registration Information 2018-2019


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Kindergarten Registration 2018-19

2018 Child Development Preschool Program

Burrell School District is accepting registrations for the fall 2018 Child Development Preschool Program.  Please contact Autum Godot by phone at 724-334-1403 Ext: 2212, or by email at for more information regarding the program and/or to register your child.  The program is open to district children between the ages of three to five. The cost is $30.00 per semester.

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NAMM Recognition


Stewart School Garden

Driving past Stewart Elementary, you can’t miss the new schoolyard garden out front, which has been cared for by Student Council since the start of the school year and funded by the Arconic Foundation through a STEM grant.

The garden isn’t just there for good looks, although it certainly does come with that added benefit. The area will be used as an outdoor learning area for teachers and students, in whatever way they see fit.

“Right now, the garden is a starting point,” says Dr. Greg Egnor, Director of Student Services. “One of the benefits of this space is that it can really expand and change year to year with different students.”

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