The Central Bucks Board Note

March 2022 Meetings in Review

Board Recognizes Students and Staff

SkillsUSA Medalists

Students from various technical schools throughout Pennsylvania, including Middle Bucks Institute of Technology (MBIT), recently competed in this year’s SkillsUSA competitions. SkillsUSA is the national organization for students in trade, industrial, and technical education. The contests are planned by technical committees comprised of representatives of labor and management and are designed to test performance skills needed in a student’s given field of study.


Among the 55 competitors representing MBIT, 34 were awarded medals for their performance in competition with students representing schools throughout Bucks, Delaware, Chester, and Philadelphia counties. Central Bucks students earned 23 of those 34 medals. The nine gold, nine silver, and five bronze medalists were invited to the meeting to be recognized by the board for their hard work and achievement. The students earning gold medals will represent the region in the SkillsUSA State Competition.

Central Bucks High School South Medley Relay Team - State Champions

The Central Bucks High School South (CB South) Titans became state champions by winning the distance medley relay at the 2022 Pennsylvania Track and Field Coaches’ Association Indoor State Track & Field championships, held at Penn State University.


Relay members freshman Riley Rooney, senior Athena Tomlinson, junior Julia Pye, and senior Brianna Jucewicz were seeded seventh in the state going into the race, and emerged winners after finishing the race with a season best distance medley relay time of 12 minutes and 29.53 seconds. The CB South state champion relay team becomes the newest school record holder and 16th state champion in CB South school history.

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CB Online School Teachers

In August 2021, Central Bucks started CB Online school. The online program consisted of over 350 elementary students, 12 homeroom teachers, 5 specialist teachers, 2 special education teachers and additional support staff. The board expressed their gratitude to the teachers and staff who stepped into a new role during a challenging time in service of our students.

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CBSD to Become Official "Heart Watch District"

The Central Bucks School District is in the process of becoming an official "Heart Watch District," as recognized by The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP). CHOP strives to create heart safe communities by assisting schools in establishing a cardiac response plan of action in case of a sudden cardiac arrest.


Central Bucks' Director of Pupil Services Alyssa Marton provided a detailed overview of the program to the board, noting the CPR training, AED training, and other education that will be provided to faculty and staff throughout the process. All 23 Central Bucks schools are expected to be "Heart Safe Certified" by May 2022.

2022-2023 School Year Calendar Approved

The board approved the instructional calendar for the 2022-2023 school year, see below and download a PDF from the website.

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Contract with CBESPA

The Central Bucks School District Board of School Directors reached an agreement with the Central Bucks Educational Support Professionals' Association.

March 8, 2022 Board Meeting Brief

Review of items heard and acted upon by the board.

Curriculum Committee Meeting - March 9

  • Assistant Superintendent for Secondary Education Dr. Chuck Malone gave an update on Federal Grants/ESSER funds.

  • Dr. Malone, Director of Pupil Services Alyssa Marton, and K-12 Gifted Coordinator Pam Pensabene presented an update on the middle school gifted program.
  • K-6 QUEST Coordinator Amy Logue presented an update on the QUEST program.
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Policy Committee Meeting - March 9

Operations Committee Meeting - March 23

Finance Committee Meeting - March 23

March School Board Meeting Recording

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February School Board Meeting Recording

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Board Briefs Archive

Review items heard and acted upon by the board, by meeting date.

Central Bucks School District

The members of the Central Bucks School District's Board of School Directors each represent one of nine regions in the district. Each region includes one or more municipality. While each region elects one school director, members represent the interests of the district as a whole once elected.


Regular school board meetings are generally held on the second Tuesday of the month. Download a complete list of 2022 meetings, including regular meetings and meetings of the board's committees. Download meeting agendas.


Correspondence for the Board of School Directors should be sent to Stephanie Radcliffe, Secretary to the Board, at sradcliffe@cbsd.org.


The "Central Bucks Board Note," is an e-newsletter designed to provide Central Bucks School District constituents with an overview of the work of their Board of School Directors.


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