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Parent Resources

The Pennsylvania Student Assistance Program (SAP) is a systematic team process used to mobilize school resources to remove barriers to learning. SAP is designed to assist in identifying issues including alcohol, tobacco, other drugs, and mental health issues which pose a barrier to a student’s success. The primary goal of the Student Assistance Program is to help students overcome these barriers so that they may achieve, advance, and remain in school.
Clearance Applications
Criminal History Act 34 Form
Child Abuse Act 151 Form
FBI Clearance (necessary only if you’ve moved into PA within the previous ten (10) years)
It is very important that you review the New State Mandated Attendance Policy, so that you are aware of the expectations regarding attendance and tardies to school.


enVisionmath2.0 Website

 The link for parents to access the enVisionmath2.0 website is  Parents will be given additional information at the parent meetings with regard to accessing and using the website to best assist their children.

For assistance, or if you have any questions regarding use of the enVisionmath2.0 website, please contact Mrs. Kellie Hobbs (Interventionist and Math Content Leader) at



Math Homework Information

To allow for our students to practice learned information at home (when necessary), teachers have been encouraged to send homework home that is both meaningful, necessary and tailored to student's individual needs.  The practice of sending home a standard homework assignment to every child (regardless of the needed practice on that specific skill) is not known to have much educational benefit.  The classroom teacher should also be using the homework assignment in a meaningful way (not just to accumulate points in the grade book for completion, which unnecessarily both inflates and/or deflates students' grades).  Homework is encouraged to be sent home specific to  your child's learning needs, so that you can practice needed skills with your child.   Homework isn't specifically  required; however, parents are encouraged to practice skills with their child to reinforce concepts at home.   As homework may not be sent home on a daily basis, parents are also encouraged to use the resources on the Pearson website to practice learned skills at home with their children.