Metz Culinary Management at Juniata County School District is hiring sub positions as well as part-time. Please see updated job posting through Indeed.
7 months ago, Chris Ammon
MCM is Hiring
Reminder: In the interest of ensuring the safety of students and school personnel, we have made the decision to dismiss all schools in the Juniata County School District (JCSD) at 1:00 PM today, Friday, September 8, 2023. The reason for this early dismissal is due to concerns related to the bridge closure on Route 75 and the expected extensive traffic congestion through the traffic circle on William Penn Highway. We have been in close communication with the Juniata County Agricultural Society and other agencies regarding this matter, and both organizations agree that the potential for extended delays and safety risks necessitates this early dismissal. We encourage you to plan accordingly for the early dismissal today, Friday, September 8th. Bus schedules will be adjusted accordingly, and we appreciate your cooperation in helping to ensure a smooth dismissal process. After school activities are on as scheduled.
7 months ago, JCSD
Please be advised that several routes are running behind schedule this afternoon, due to downed trees, wires and debris.
7 months ago, Nicole Brothers
Reminder In the interest of ensuring the safety of students and school personnel, we have made the decision to dismiss all schools in the Juniata County School District (JCSD) at 1:00 PM on Friday, September 8, 2023. The reason for this early dismissal is due to concerns related to the bridge closure on Route 75 and the expected extensive traffic congestion through the traffic circle on William Penn Highway. We have been in close communication with the Juniata County Agricultural Society and other agencies regarding this matter, and both organizations agree that the potential for extended delays and safety risks necessitates this early dismissal. We encourage you to plan accordingly for the early dismissal on Friday, September 8th. Bus schedules will be adjusted accordingly, and we appreciate your cooperation in helping to ensure a smooth dismissal process. After school activities are on as scheduled.
7 months ago, JCSD
Dear JCSD Parents and Guardians, We hope this message finds you well. In the interest of ensuring the safety of students and school personnel, we have made the decision to dismiss all schools in the Juniata County School District (JCSD) at 1:00 PM on Friday, September 8, 2023. The reason for this early dismissal is due to concerns related to the bridge closure on Route 75 and the expected extensive traffic congestion through the traffic circle on William Penn Highway. We have been in close communication with the Juniata County Agricultural Society and other agencies regarding this matter, and both organizations agree that the potential for extended delays and safety risks necessitates this early dismissal. We understand that this may cause some inconvenience, and we apologize for any disruption to your daily schedules. However, please know that the safety of our students and staff is our top priority, and we are taking these precautions to ensure their well-being during this traffic-related challenge. We encourage you to plan accordingly for the early dismissal on Friday, September 8th. Bus schedules will be adjusted accordingly, and we appreciate your cooperation in helping to ensure a smooth dismissal process. If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to reach out to your child's school or the JCSD administration office. We will provide updates as needed, and we thank you for your understanding and support in prioritizing the safety of our school community. After school activities are on as scheduled. Sincerely, Christie Holderman Superintendent
7 months ago, JCSD
We want to remind everyone that there will be no school on Monday, September 4th, in observance of Labor Day. It's a well-deserved break for all of our hardworking students, teachers, and staff. We will resume our regular school schedule on Tuesday, September 5th. Until then, take the opportunity to recharge and come back refreshed and ready to tackle the academic challenges ahead.
7 months ago, JCSD
43 running about 15 minutes behind this morning due to downed trees.
8 months ago, Nicole Brothers
Juniata Bus 28 is running about 10 minutes behind due to a non-school related emergency.
8 months ago, JCSD
We would like to welcome back our wonderful students tomorrow for the first day of the 2023-2024 school year! Whether you're taking your first steps into our halls or returning as familiar faces, know that this space is where you can live out your dreams and expand your curiosity. Our dedicated educators and staff are here to guide, inspire, and support you as you navigate the exciting journey ahead. Have a great year!
8 months ago, JCSD
New Information: For the 23-24 School year breakfast will once again be free for all students. Thanks to Governor Shapiro school lunches will be free for those with the free AND free for those with reduced status. Only those students with a paid status will need to pay. A la cart items will still need to be purchased separately. We are encouraging every parent to fill out a free and reduced application at www.schoolcafe.com. If you have any questions, please contact Lauren Mowry at lmowry@jcsdk12.org or (717)436-2111 Ext 5166.
8 months ago, Ben Fausey
Due to the lack of qualified personnel Geisinger will be unable to contract athletic trainer services with the Juniata County School District. The athletic administration has reached out to 6 other athletic trainer providers but they too report insufficient qualified personnel to fulfill our training needs. Apparently this is not a unique situation as 3 other schools in the Tri-Valley League are currently without trainer services. As we continue to search for a provider, our local EMS and ambulance services have been notified of the situation and will do their best to be present at most varsity events. Geisinger will continue to support Juniata County Athletics by providing coaches with technical preventative information and the necessary team doctor for varsity football events. All providers have assured us that in the event they have personnel to serve our training needs they will reach out to the district.
9 months ago, Ben Fausey
Dear Parents, Guardians, Students, and Staff, I am writing to address the tragedy that occurred yesterday that has deeply affected our school community. I want to extend my heartfelt condolences to all those affected by this unfortunate incident. Our thoughts and prayers are with the individuals and families affected, and we stand united as a community during this difficult time. Recognizing the emotional impact that such events can have on individuals, especially our students and staff, we are committed to providing support and counseling services to those who may require assistance in processing their feelings, finding comfort, or seeking guidance. Our top priority is the well-being and mental health of our school community, and we are dedicated to helping everyone cope with the aftermath of this tragedy. Our team of experienced and compassionate counselors will be available starting from 8AM to 11AM on Monday, June 19 at both East Juniata High School and Juniata Elementary School. We will offer a safe space for anyone to express their emotions, ask questions, and receive the support they need. Our counselors are well-equipped to address a wide range of concerns, including grief, trauma, anxiety, and any other challenges that may arise during this time. I want to assure you that confidentiality and privacy are of utmost importance in our counseling services. Our counselors strictly adhere to professional ethical guidelines and maintain strict confidentiality standards to ensure that all conversations and personal information shared remain private. If you believe that you, your child or any member of our staff would benefit from counseling or if you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to reach out to our counseling department. During this challenging time, it is crucial that we come together as a community, supporting one another and fostering a sense of togetherness. We are committed to providing a safe and nurturing environment for all our students and staff, and we will continue to offer our unwavering support throughout the healing process. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation. Together, we can navigate this difficult journey and emerge stronger as a community. With sincere condolences, Christie Holderman
10 months ago, JCSD
According to Juniata County Emergency Management you may access your vehicles at JHS by using Cedar Spring to Nelson Road to Vincent Street via the overflow parking lot. Please continue to avoid downtown Mifflintown. Congratulations again to our JHS softball team for a great year!
10 months ago, JCSD
Congratulations to JHS softball! Due to the emergency situation in Mifflintown we will be returning to East Juniata High School. Please avoid Mifflintown at this time.
10 months ago, JCSD
Congratulations to the Juniata High School Girls Softball Team for winning today, 6-0 over Jamestown to reach the state finals!
10 months ago, JCSD
Congratulations to the Juniata High School Girls Softball team for winning today, 6-1 over Avonworth to reach the state semi-finals!
10 months ago, JCSD
The Juniata County Food Pantry is offering a Summer Backpack Program!
11 months ago, JCSD
Juniata County Food Pantry
Congratulations to the Juniata High School Girls Softball team for winning the District 6, 3A championships held today! Juniata 2 - Forest Hills 1 They will open state playoffs with a home game, Monday, June 5 at 4pm at Juniata High School.
11 months ago, JCSD
JHS District 6 3 A Champions
Please be advised that bus 4 is running about 10-15 minutes behind schedule this morning due to mechanical issues. Another bus is on its way.
11 months ago, Nicole Brothers
Bus 24 is also running 10 minutes late due to road work, today, May 23, 2023.
11 months ago, Nicole Brothers