• Beaver-Main Beaver-Main Elementary School is located in Beaver Township.  It was built in 1936 by the Works Progress Administration in order to consolidate seven one-room schools.  It housed grades one through twelve.  In 1956, the school became part of the Bloomsburg School District, at which time secondary students were transported to Bloomsburg. Thus, an elementary school now exists.  The school now serves families from both Beaver and Main Townships.

    We operate on a five-day cycle schedule.  Students participate in the following expressive arts during the five-day cycle – art, music, library, guidance and physical education.  All students in Grades 4 and 5 participate in chorus.  Students in Grade 5 have the option to participate in instrumental music. Our classrooms are equipped with computers, internet access and an interactive projection system.

    Beaver-Main Elementary School provides support for students with all needs in an inclusionary setting.  The support needed for each individual child will be brought to him/her and provided within the school when possible. Student support services include Intervention,Title I Reading, Enrichment, Learning Support, Speech and Language, and English as a Second Language.  Additional student support services are provided by an occupational therapist, a physical therapist, and a vision and hearing therapist.

    There is an active parent co-op that works together to enhance the educational process of all students at Beaver-Main.  Many items and experiences for students and teachers have been purchased with the profit made from the fundraising programs that they sponsor. They publicize efforts for these fundraisers so that they can be supported and be successful.