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Armstrong hosted community partners at back to school nights

Parents and guardians interacted with Bucks County Opportunity Council, Girl Scouts and more

Source: Steve Pierce, Bristol Township School District

Armstrong Middle School’s counseling department sponsored 19 community organizations who exhibited their support services to the Armstrong community at recent open houses/back to school nights.

Community partners offered their services in a variety of categories, ranging from family, health and government, to careers, education and afterschool programs. Representatives displayed booths in the cafeteria at the seventh and eighth grade open house on Sept. 22, and the sixth grade open house on Sept. 23.

“On behalf of Armstrong Middle School, we are thrilled and appreciative of the number of our community partners that exhibited during the open houses,” said Karla Davis, school counselor. “Their programs and services have become an integral component in supporting our students and families. Thank you all.”

Parents and guardians had the opportunity to interact with the following organizations:

– 21st Century YMCA Afterschool Program
– Armstrong Discount Cards
– Armstrong Yearbook
– Bucks County Children & Youth
– Bucks County Community College
– Bucks County Drug & Alcohol Commission
– Bucks County Immunization Coalition
– Bucks County Opportunity Council
– Girl Scouts
– Hands Holding Hearts
– Independence Blue Cross-Keystone HMO CHIP
– Inspire FCU
– Lenape Valley Foundation
– NAMI Bucks County
– No Longer Bound/Bristol Cares
– PA Office of Attorney General
– PENN Aquatics
– Public Citizens for Children and Youth
– The Council of Southeast Pennsylvania, Inc.

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