Bristol Township School District
Message from the Interim Superintendent
In the spirit of celebrating gratitude this November, I want to express my gratitude to be back in-person and together again this school year. It has been wonderful to be back with everyone and seeing our students every day. I also want to thank our staff, School Board, parents/guardians, and community members for their support day in and day out of Bristol Township School District.
On Monday, November 21, BTSD will welcome Mr. Michael Nitti on his first official day as Superintendent of Schools. Let's all be sure to give him a warm welcome as he becomes more acquainted with our #TigerStrong District.
- Chris Polzer, Interim Superintendent of Schools
Tigers in the News
- The Middle School Field Hockey program instills values and skills in seventh and grade students. Field hockey is not about winning for FDR's Coach Jess Schulz and Armstrong's Coach Colleen Donnelly - it's about helping students learn, connect and create memories.
- Students who completed their Summer Learning for Brookwood, Keystone and Mill Creek Elementary Schools were rewarded with Summer Learning Ice Cream Socials.
- Armstrong's Breast Cancer Awareness Week raised more than $1,400 for the Susan G. Komen organization in honor of Ms. Geri Marell, a teaching assistant who lost her bottle with breast cancer in 2007.
Thank you Gene & Marlene Epstein!
Thank you bus drivers
"The Prom" Musical Tickets on Sale
Harry S. Truman High School’s drama department is yet again making history as the first high school in the world and theatre in the state to pilot the Broadway show, “The Prom.” Show dates are December 8-10 at 7:30 p.m. and an additional show on December 10 at 1 p.m.
Truman Drama typically holds a play in the fall and a musical in the spring; however, for the 2022-2023 school year, the musical will be first with “The Prom” and a play will be held in the spring.