A recent presentation on Bermudian Springs students’ test results from 2021-22 Pennsylvania System of School Assessments (PSSA) and Keystone exams showed some areas “to celebrate” and others “to dig in and get better,” officials said.

Bermudian Springs School District (BSSD) Assistant Superintendent Shannon Myers explained how “this is one piece of data” following a pandemic that presented “the most challenging years within education for staff and students.”

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