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Partners for Public Education https://www.partnersforpubliced.org
http://www.eharcourtschool.com/Web site to help parents better understand the Math program and to help support your child's learning

Staff Links:

PDE Standards Aligned System -- Pennsylvania's Standards Aligned System which consists of:

(1) clear standards, (2) fair assessments, (3) curriculum framework, (4) instruction, (5) materials and resources, (6) interventions.

Classroom Diagnostic Tools -- Access information on set up and results.

eMetric -- This site is designed to provide quick, easy and secured access to student performance results on the

Pennsylvania System of School Assessment (PSSA) and the Pennsylvania Alternative System of Assessment (PASA).

PVAAS-- Pennsylvania's Value Added Assessment System


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  • Wellsboro Area School District 2015-2018 Comprehensive Plan is available for public review by clicking HERE.  If you have any questions or comments, contact Patrick Hewitt, Federal Programs Coordinator/Director of Curriculum and Instruction, at 570-723-3550.
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  • Safety – The Driving Force of Transportation Policy Change  
    Wellsboro Area School District announces a transportation policy revision for the 2014-15 school year citing safety as the motivation.   
    WELLSBORO, PA –  Effective the start of the 2014-15 school year, Wellsboro Area School District will be operating under a newly revised transportation policy which will apply to all students riding school buses to/from school.   This school board approved revision represents a step toward greater student safety and school district accountability.  According to Brian Kennedy, Transportation Coordinator, “When transporting students, we are held to the highest standard and we cannot afford to make mistakes.  Such a great responsibility must be accompanied by stringent guidance to make the business of transporting students safer and more manageable.”   
    The revised policy will allow students one consistent pick-up location in the morning and one consistent drop-off location in the afternoon (a student’s morning and afternoon stops may be different locations).  Bus stops must be outside the walk zone and must be a home, daycare, or meeting spot as directed by the school district.   Students are permitted to ride only their assigned bus to and from their approved stops; bus passes, giving permission to ride a bus other than assigned, will be used only in the case of emergency at the discretion of building principals.   
    Over the years, schedules of stop locations have become increasingly complicated, varying from day to day and week to week, putting excessive pressure on drivers, staff, and faculty to get students to the correct location on the correct day.  Accommodating these ever-changing stop requests and variable schedules takes a great deal of time and creates an additional demand on drivers’ attention.  Under the new policy, drivers can be more focused on safely traveling roads and managing a safe environment on the bus.     
    “This policy revision will require some adjustment from parents”, added Kennedy, “but I’m confident the transition will be made smoothly, particularly as parents understand the safety of their children is at the heart of this decision.  Ultimately, it’s a choice between convenience and safety.  Safety is clearly the priority.”    For a look at the complete transportation policy, Click HERE  Questions may be directed to the offices of each school building or to the administrative office, 570-724-4424.
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    The Wellsboro Area School District’s 2014-15 Final Budget has been prepared and is available for public inspection in the District Office, 227 Nichols Street, Wellsboro, PA.  It is the intent of the Board of Directors to adopt the 2014-15 fiscal year Final Budget during their June 10, 2014 regular business meeting.

    Marcia Newcomb, Business Manager
    Wellsboro Area School District

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