COVID-19 FAQs and Resources
When will schools reopen?
Schools will take direction from Governor Wolf and health officials pertaining to when schools will reopen. Currently, we are on a mandated shutdown through April 6, 2020.
Will students be required to make up these two weeks? Will the graduation date be moved? Will Spring break from April 6 to April 10 still be held?
We are still seeking guidance from the state on the impact to the calendar. As soon as we have updated information it will be shared with you and the rest of the community.
Will Quarter 3 end on 3/27?
Yes. We will update families on report card distribution.
How can families in need access the internet?
Effective Monday, March 16, 2020, Comcast is offering 2 months free to new Internet Essentials customers in response to recent and anticipated emergency measures associated with the Coronavirus (COVID-19). Visit https://www.internetessentials.com/covid19 more details.
How do I talk to my child about Cornonavirus? Link
Coronavirus for kids Q&A Link
April Counselors Corner Link
Scholastic has offered free online lessons: Link
Virtual Field Trips Link
Visit Khan Academy Website: Link
Sign up for Khan Academy here: Link
Khan Academy Parent and Mentors Start Guide: Link
Resources by National Association for Family, Parent School & Community Engagement for COVID 19 Link
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Additional Suggested Activities for Secondary Students
- Secondary students are encouraged to continue mastering the content in their courses. Now is a great time to go back and review content that was learned over the course of the year.
- Students should take time each day to read, whether it is a previously assigned text or a text of interest.
- None of the recommended work from these two weeks will be graded, but it is important for students to be academically engaged. There are countless online learning opportunities to explore, make use of your time and enhance your understanding and explore interests!
We will continue to update this page as more questions are raised and information becomes available. Thank you for your patience during this time.