JCSD phones are now working!
JCSD continues to be experiencing an internal internet outage which means our phones are still down. An update will be posted when the internet is restored.
JCSD is currently experiencing an internet outage that is affecting our phone service as well.
The Juniata County School District would like to update the community of our plans for the reopening of the 21-22 school year. We are happy to announce our plan to reopen schools with a full time in person schedule. In addition, students attending in person instruction will not be required to wear face coverings in the school buildings. Furthermore, we have partnered with the TIU #11 to expand our virtual course catalog beyond Odysseyware. We feel this increase of offerings will better meet student needs. If you prefer your child to receive virtual learning next year, please contact your home school’s office for additional information. The district will not be able to offer a full schedule of HRE type classes for the upcoming school year. We cannot wait to welcome our students back for an exciting new year. We are also reminding families, the district may be required to make changes according to any new state or federal mandates.
Dear JCSD Families: It is with deep regret, we share that Curtis Clark, a beloved teacher at East Juniata Elementary School, passed away yesterday, June 24th. We understand this is difficult information for our students and staff to hear and process. To help during this time, our counselors, admin team, and psychologists are available for those needing immediate support over the weekend. To access this support, please contact Clint Mitchell at 717-543-8584 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. For any student or staff needing in-person support, East Juniata Elementary School will be open and counselors will be available from 12:00-4:00 p.m. on Monday, June 28th. Sharing this information with your child can be challenging. This article may provide tips to help you and your child cope: https://kidshealth.org/en/parents/death.html. Information about services is not available at this time. To know more about Curtis’s Journey you can visit Caring Bridge at www.caringbridge.org. JCSD Administration
Parents: You may have received a P-EBT card in the mail for your child. Here is a website that explains why and how it works: https://www.dhs.pa.gov/coronavirus/Pages/P-EBT-Guide.aspx
Sign up for FREE summer meals for June 16 pick up on the following link: https://forms.gle/2rfz8wHdvWVmu9oi6 Have a great day!
Families are reminded that tomorrow, June 3, 2021 is the last day of school for students. Students will be dismissed at 12:30. Have a great summer!
The Juniata County School District is pleased to announce that summer school is free for secondary students who were unable to pass all of their courses for the year. Your child should be receiving the summer school information and registration form from their teacher. You can also find the information on the live feed of your child’s school website.
For more information on our JCSD FREE Summer Meal Sign Up and the form link below needs to be filled out each week to receive FREE school meals for our students. THANK YOU!! https://forms.gle/zgB9Qb8JGJpEmAh16
For more information with our JCSD FREE Summer Meal Sign Up and the form link below needs to be filled out each week to receive FREE school meals for our students. THANK YOU!! https://forms.gle/zgB9Qb8JGJpEmAh16
Summer school for grades 6-12 will be different than in previous years. This year's summer school will run from July 6-29 and be in-person at Tuscarora Junior High and East Juniata High School. Students will be able to make up TWO full-credit courses. Classes will run three days a week for twelve days. There is no cost. More details will follow.
There is an error on the menu for Friday, May 7, 2021. Friday is a remote school day.
Please be advised that Bus 17 will be running approximately 25 minutes behind schedule for the afternoon bus run on Tuesday, May 4, 2021.
Parents are reminded that if their child is experiencing any type of cold or flu symptoms, they should not send their child to school. If you are concerned about whether or not to send your child to school, please contact your child's school nurse. Also, if anyone in the household is being tested for covid, please keep all students home from school until you receive the test results.
TJHS FAMILIES ONLY: TJHS will be remote only on Monday, April 5, 2021 due to Covid cases. All instruction will be remote. There will be no onsite activities in order for the school to be cleaned. Please notify the school nurse if you are awaiting results or have received results for COVID-19.
TJHS FAMILIES ONLY: TJHS will be remote only on Monday, April 5, 2021 due to Covid positive cases. Another notification will be sent at 6am. Please notify the school nurse if you are awaiting results or have received results for COVID-19.
JCSD Families: There is no school on Friday, April 2, 2021. There will be school on Monday, April 5, 2021.
JCSD Families: Due to an Act 80 Day, there will be no school for students on Friday, March 26, 2021.
JCSD Families: In order for the district to make a decision on returning to school five days a week, we are asking for your input with the form linked here: https://forms.gle/C6Q6B3jccA9dn9R6A. Please complete this form by Tuesday, March 16, 2021.