• Alert:

    With the current county increase in positive COVID cases and in our area, the Pennsylvania Department of Health and Department of Education are strongly encouraging full-remote learning. Tomorrow, Friday, November 20th, grades K-5 will attend school in-person and grades 6-12 will be remote. Beginning on Monday, November 23rd through Friday, December 4th all students K-12 will be full remote learning.

    District officials will re-evaluate our situation Thursday, December 3rd, with an announcement made on December 3rd regarding our following weeks schedule. We plan to return on December 7th with our current hybrid in-person schedule. Career and Technology students will attend the Career and Technology Center tomorrow.

    December 2, 3 and 4- Live Virtual Instruction all students- CTC Remote Learning

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Fully Remote Period Schedule for Grades 6-12

Please click here to access the Remote schedule for grades 6-12

Juniata Valley Virtual Family Reading Night

Meal Distribution

If your children were not able to participate in the food distribution on Wednesday, December 2nd, meals will be available at the Juniata Valley High School on Thursday, December 3rd, from 10:00 a.m. through 1:00 p.m.  The meals will consist of two breakfasts and two lunches.  Meals may be picked up behind the high school at the cafeteria door between the district office and the auditorium.  A sign will be posted by the door.  Please ring the doorbell to let us know you are here to pick up the meals.  Under USDA guidelines, children who received meals on Wednesday are not eligible to receive the meals being distributed on Thursday.

7th grade using Sphero

A 7th-grade rotation class from Miss Martz class had the opportunity to use a robot called Sphero. The challenge was to code the robot to create different geometry shapes. The students had fun figuring out the code, angles, speed, and using different LED lights.

Virtual presenter in Spanish classes

Miss Rudnik was able to invite a college student from Juniata College to present in her classroom. This presentation was done virtually through Google Meet, also the college student used a digital tool called Nearpod that allows students to interact with the presenter. The college student was able to show maps, images, and ask questions on the students' Chromebooks.

 

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Summer Meals Locator

The Healthy Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010 requires all School Food Authorities (SFAs) to inform families about the availability and location of free meals for students over the summer months through the Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) and the Seamless Summer Option (SSO). Please click here to find out more.