Hepburn-Lycoming Primary School

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Image for WASD Expands on Safety Measures with 'Stop the Bleed' Training, Kits
In partnership with UPMC Susquehanna, WASD continues to train all district employees this year in the national Stop the Bleed initiative. Today, 16 Stop the Bleed kits, each containing eight individual kits, were delivered to the district for installation at each of its school buildings for public accessibility.
Image for 25 Winners Selected in WASD Education Foundation Holiday Essay Contest
The WASD Education Foundation recently concluded its annual Holiday Essay Contest, during which students in kindergarten through sixth grade were asked to answer, in 200 words or less: “What does the holiday season mean to you and why?”
Image for Review Pennsylvania's Laws for Stopping for School Buses
In light of the heartbreaking news stories coming from around the nation on school bus tragedies, please take a moment to review Pennsylvania's laws on stopping for school busses.
Image for WASD Education Foundation Awards 152 Books to Summer Readers, Elementary Libraries
The WASD Education Foundation announced today its distribution of 152 brand-new books to the elementary library system as part of its annual Building Libraries Through Literacy Program.
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The Williamsport Area School Board appointed Barbara Reeves as its newest member at tonight's meeting. Reeves replaces Spencer Sweeting, who resigned from the board in August.
Image for 5 New Members Join WASD Education Foundation Board of Directors
The WASD Education Foundation announced this year’s appointment of five new members to its board of directors. Joining the board are Brooke Beiter, Lisa Cramer, Wanda Erb, Carol Fausnaught and Allison Staiman.
Image for WASD 2018 Fall Newsletter Now Available
The district's fall newsletter is now available! Now nearly a month into the school year, check out what's been happening, what's new, and read about what's in store for students in the year ahead: Career & College Readiness, FutureLabs and Teachers in the Workplace.
Image for Alumni, Donors Honored at Inaugural WASD Education Foundation Event
Last evening marked the first WASD Education Foundation Donor & Alumni Appreciation Event. The event recognized this year's cohort of distinguished alumni, while also provided an experience to better engage the education foundation's donor base.
Image for WASD Gives Community Gold Card Club a 'Reboot'
WASD is giving its Gold Card Club a bit of a reboot. The district is working to more strongly advertise and promote the club card that provides some benefit to WASD residents aged 62 years or older.
Image for New Business Administrator Begins New Year at WASD
Wanda M. Erb is beginning a new year as WASD’s new business administrator. Erb comes to the district from Northern Tioga School District (NTSD), where she served as its business manager since 1994.
Image for 'Attend Today, Achieve Tomorrow': WASD Joins National Campaign to Promote School Attendance
A recent amendment to the Pennsylvania School Code on student attendance has Williamsport Area School District answering the call to join in on a national campaign to raise awareness against chronic absenteeism.
Image for Teacher in the Workplace Grant to More Strongly Prepare Students for 21st-Century Workforce
A new venture in career education launched this summer, thanks to a $24,000 grant that paired Williamsport Area School District teachers with 16 places of business and industry in the area in an effort to more strongly prepare students for a 21st-century workforce.

Putting children on their path to success

From day one, we’ll be helping lend a hand to support and guide your child toward a successful future in school, exploring his or her interests, and helping him or her find a career path that will provide your child with opportunities to further develop self-confidence and growth.

Hepburn-Lycoming School takes students from the kindergarten-3rd primary grade years to the next step in their academic and social journeys. Increased challenges in core curriculum courses and introduction to enhanced music education, such as playing a musical instrument, will help your child learn about his or her aptitudes and abilities and help shape your child's future interests.

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A world of learning and opportunities awaits

Each child has a unique perspective on what he or she sees and experiences. We are excited to show your child the world and see it through his or her eyes. Apart from traditional subject areas like reading and math, students have an array of different things to learn about and experience in new and fun ways. Expression and learning go hand in hand as we use art and music to develop various skills that will take your child on learning adventures far beyond school.

School Wide Positive Behavior

Heburn-Lycoming Primary School implements school wide positive behavior (SWPB) principles which recognize and reinforce the school district’s behavioral expectations for all students. Student expectations are the 4 Bs:

  • Be Present
  • Be Respectful
  • Be Responsible
  • Be Safe