Due to the official closure of Pennsylvania schools for the reminder of the school year, WASD will be reaching out to learners to pick up personal items from lockers or desks. However, we are honoring the stay at home orders until April 30th. WASD learners and families will be notified of pick up options in May.
In light of schools being closed through Monday, April 13 and re-opening Tuesday, April 14, 2020, enrichment materials will be available on the district website and building websites on Monday, March 30. Learners are encouraged to complete the tasks for their grade level and you may email your child's teacher with questions.
If your child does not have access to technology, hard copy enrichment materials will be made available. If you are in need of a packet because your child cannot access technology at home, please call your school’s main office and leave a message with your first and last name, your child/ren's first and last name(s) and grade level(s), and a daytime phone number. You will be notified about pick up time and location.
Fairview - 717-762-1191 x1400
Hooverville - 717-762-1191 x1500
Mowrey - 717-762-1191 x1600
Summitview - 717-762-1191 x1800
Please note, these materials are only for those families who are unable to access the digital resources.
Stay healthy, and stay Boro Strong!
Authors are grabbing their favorite books and phone to record themselves reading thanks to a new online series organized by Romper. Search the hashtag #OperationStoryTime on Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube to find a beloved author or discover a new one reading one of their stories!
Get your learners to explore the world outside your house. Each day The Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden will conduct a live stream of animals and exhibits starting Monday, March 16, every weekday at 3 p.m. The Facebook Lives will highlight one of their animals and include an activity you can do from home.
Do your children love art and want to explore art at home? Every weekday at 1 p.m. ET, children's author Moe Willems will post a new “Lunch Doodles” video to the Mo Willems page on the Kennedy Center’s website.
Today our Grab-and-Go Food Service program starts at Mowrey, Fairview, and Summitview Elementary. Any student 18 years and younger will receive a lunch and a breakfast for the next day. Grab-and-Go meals are available from 11:30-1:00. We ask that you stay 6feet away from others. Please remember all children MUST be present to receive a Grab-and-Go Meal.
Dr. Kline, WASD Superintendent, presented proposed changes to elementary attendance zones at a public meeting on December 3, 2019. Links to the presentation and documents can be found on the District Website under news.
Don't forget that tomorrow is #TwistedTuesday. Team tickets are being given to every falcon wearing their house color. Help us show #housepride and get to our 60,000 ticket goal!
Don't miss movie night at Fairview! Doors open at 630 and Ugly Dolls will play at 7. Bring your own chair or blanket and purchase snacks for the movie from the PTO!
We are looking for families with children ages 10-14 to participate in this amazing local program. Check it out!
Kline's Hoagie tickets will go home with learners tomorrow, 9/11/19 instead of today. Thank you for your patience!
Principal Page and Project TEAM page updated on our website. Wondering what the hype is about these "Houses"? Go check it out!
This is just a reminder that there is no school on Monday, September 2, 2019. Learners will return on Tuesday, September 3 and should wear their house colors for Project TEAM as part of our Getting to Know You Spirit Week.
We want to apologize to kindergarten families who received the duplicate BoroBlast about a kindergarten staggered start from last week. We are on a regular schedule with all learners K-5 coming every day this week, boys and girls! We apologize for any confusion.
Fairview is looking to launch a walking school bus program this fall. Approximately 65-70% of Fairview students either walk to school or are car riders. We are looking to have a community meeting about this sometime in late July or the first week of August.
Summer Lunch Program: Children under the age of 18 can get a free lunch Monday through Friday at Fairview Elementary. The summer lunch program runs through July 26th from 11:30-12:15. Children must be accompanied by an adult age 18 or older. Adults can purchase a lunch for $4.00.
Summer Book Exchange: Keep your child reading over the summer using the Summer Book Exchange Program. Every Wednesday, students can come in to continue reading while not in school. The book exchange takes place in the Fairview Library from 10:00-12:00 and ends on July 31st.