Current Superintendent Communication
Community Update June 11, 2021
Dear Annville-Cleona School District Parent(s)/Guardian(s):
Congratulations on the end of a very challenging school year! While it has been said many times before, it must be said again; we could not have had a successful year without the resiliency of the students, support and understanding of you as the parents/guardians, hard work and dedication of the entire staff at the district, and the commitment of our School Board to ensure in-person learning was done safely. This truly was a monumental team effort from our entire community; thank you!
Linked here is a letter of appreciation from our School Board. They too recognize the community effort that was needed in order to make the best of this past school year and are appreciative of the support.
Please take time over the summer to relax and enjoy time with your friends and family. If you need anything, please feel free to reach out to me as I will be happy to assist.
Dr. Krista M. Antonis
The ACSD Board and Administration are planning to reopen school for in-person learning on this date using a phased reopening plan. A full in-person reopening would occur on September 10, 2020. However, this could change based on directives or mandates from the Governor, the PA Secretary of Health, or the PA Department of Education. This also could change if there are significant events or cases in the community that would necessitate the District closing schools and moving online.
Unfortunately, with the Secretary of Health’s face covering order, we are requiring face coverings for all students unless they fall into an exemption category in which case we will be requesting families supply documentation in order to put a 504/IEP plan accommodation in place.
When do we need to make a final decision as to what instructional choice we are making for our child
The Learning Options Survey is due by August 21 so the District can properly prepare for the students’ return.
Yes, students can do CARES and participate in extracurricular activities.
Yes, students can do CARES and attend CTC.