As requested during the July townhall meeting, on Wednesday, August 14 at 6:30 PM in the HS/MS library, EI Associates will present the costs associated with the option of only expanding and renovating Shade Gap Elementary and Spring Farms Elementary.
Please find various information regarding the Elementary Feasibility Study presented to the Board and the public below:
We would like to extend a THANK YOU to everyone who helped make our Community Night a HUGE success! We truly appreciate the donations of food, items, skills and time by many local businesses and artisans. We were especially pleased with the parental and community support that was shown to our students as they showcased projects they have been working on for their classes; many positive and uplifting comments were made to our students. We have dedicated teachers that work with our students on a daily basis but having the support of such a great community behind them helps to propel them forward and show them they CAN and WILL do great things! We thank you all for showing our students their worth and supporting them in what they do!
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM HS/MS Open House
7:00 PM School Board Meeting
8:00 AM - 2:50 PM First Day for Students!!!
7:00 PM VFB w/ Mo Valley
Spelling Bee Winners
1st Place: Julian St. Clair (Rockhill Elementary)
2nd Place: Diego Ricker (Shade Gap Elementary)
3rd Place: Emma Viener (Rockhill Elementary)
1st Place: Melina Shope (Grade 8)
2nd Place: Brayden Cisney (Grade 8)
3rd Place: Rachel Horne (Grade 7)
SHC students showed their tenacity in the first annual SHC National Honor Society Spelling Bee Friday evening. A voracious interest in reading is a common trait among Spelling Bee Champions. Thank you teachers and parents for cultivating a passion for learning. Congratulations to all our zealous contestants.
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On Friday, March 29, nine students from all three elementary schools attended PMEA Chorus Fest, which was held this year at Bald Eagle Area High School. The Chorus was made up of 165 5th-grade students from a number of schools in central PA. Congratulations!
SHCSD has developed a school safety hotline. Please call 814-447-5155 and leave a message for any concerns you may have. Someone will promptly return your call after the message has been received.