When deciding whether to switch to remote learning, delay classes, or dismiss school early, there are multiple factors to be considered, but always at the forefront of our decision-making process is the safety of our children and District staff members. Unless there is an announcement, assume school is in session, in-person, as usual.
Posted Thursday, November 17, 2022
On November 10, Dr. Stoltz provided the school community with an update on the status of School Security Guards and School Resource Officers in the District. His message was emailed to all families and staff and can be found by clicking MORE + below.
Posted Thursday, November 10, 2022
Again this year, we are sponsoring a Holiday Card Contest and are inviting our talented students to submit art and/or a verse for the District holiday card. The winning entries will receive a $50 gift card to the location of their choice.
Posted Friday, November 4, 2022
As we strive to ensure all our schools provide a safe, supportive, and inclusive learning environment for our students, we want to learn more about the experiences of our school community. This year, we once again invite our staff, student, and families to participate in the annual Pennsylvania School Climate Surveys provided by the Pennsylvania Department of Education.
Posted Wednesday, November 2, 2022
Like many other school districts in the country, we continue to struggle with a shortage of school bus drivers. Currently we have 12 openings, that is 24 bus runs between the morning and the afternoon, that do not have a designated driver each day. These vacancies also do not account for the daily challenge to transport students and athletes to competitions and other afterschool activities.
Posted Tuesday, October 25, 2022
Prior to the start of the elementary school day on Friday, September 30, a First Student bus driver shared that a Rossmoyne Elementary student was in possession of bullets on the school bus. Fortunately, the student did not make any threats or have any other items beside the magazine clip of bullets. Dr. Stoltz felt it was important to make our entire school community aware of the incident and to use it as an opportunity to ask for our school communities continued partnership in keeping our schools and buses safe. Click More + to read his message.
Posted Friday, September 30, 2022