“The Mission of the Hermitage School District is to educate our students to become motivated and responsible citizens. We will graduate students who are critical thinkers, effective problem solvers, strong communicators and creative individuals. Our students will use literacy, writing and technology as tools to contribute and compete in a diverse society.”
News and Announcements
Hermitage School District
2022-2023 School Year
- If you test positive for Covid19, stay home for at least five days (this includes after school activities and sports). Day 0 of isolation is the day of symptom onset.
- Call your child’s school nurse.
- Household members without symptoms MUST report to school. If symptoms develop within 10 days keep your child home and notify the school nurse.
- You may end isolation after day 5 if:
- You are fever-free for 24hrs without the use of fever reducing medication
- Your symptoms are improving
- If you still have a fever or your other symptoms have not improved, continue to isolate until they improve.
- It is recommended but not required that you wear a mask through day 10 when returning to school
*****As a reminder: Please stay home if you are experiencing severe cold like symptoms and/or a fever greater than 100.4******
If you have mild cold-like symptoms without a fever you can report to school. It is recommended that you wear a mask until your symptoms are gone.
Each parent/guardian is asked to pay a $25 Technology Usage Fee at the start of each school year from grades 4-7. The reason for this is to offset the cost of the Chromebook and repairs. The Fee for any student who qualifies for the Free or Reduced Lunch Program will be $5 or $10, respectively.
As part of the DMS/IES 1:1 Program, which is different from the HHS 1:1 program, manufacturer defects and accidental damage to Chromebooks will be repaired by the district. Intentional Damage or Lost/Stolen Chromebooks are not covered. An example of intentional damage is a student picking the keys off of the keyboard and would result in the replacement of the keyboard at a cost of $15-$35 depending on the model Chromebook.
If your students’ Chromebook would be lost or stolen, we will provide a loaner for up to two weeks to allow the student time to locate the Chromebook. If it is not located within those two weeks, the student would be responsible for the replacement cost, which can range anywhere from $50-$250, again depending on the Chromebook model issued.
Payments can be made either via the invoice generated in the School District Online Store beginning on August 1st, or by bringing a check or cash to the DMS Main Office starting August 8th through August 26th. Please note that there is a transaction fee to use the Online Store.
Payments can be made either using the invoice generated using the School District Online Store on August 1st, or by mailing or dropping off a check, made payable to HSD, to Mrs. Leonard in the High School Library. Please note that there is a transaction fee to use the Online Store. This fee is $50 unless your student is eligible, and has an application submitted, for the Free/Reduced Lunch Program. If eligible, the fee is $20 for students in the Reduced lunch program and $10 for those in the Free lunch program. You must have an application on file to be eligible. If you have questions about the Free or Reduced Lunch program or you would like to submit an application, please contact Adam Reagle, Food Services Director, at (724)981-8750 ext. 1800. If any of this information is incorrect, please contact the High School Main Office or Mrs. Leonard in the HHS Library.
Payments are due by August 26th, 2022. If you do not pay the fee before that date, the Chromebook will be disabled until the payment is made. If you have already made the payment and received this notice, or you have any questions regarding how to submit a payment, please contact Mrs. Leonard in the HHS Library at (724)981-8750 ext 1300. Should you have any questions, please feel free to contact the High School Main Office at (724)981-8750 ext 1000.
Attention Parents and Guardians: The Returning Student Information Form Snapcode, which is required to be completed each year, was sent via email on August 1st. If we do not have an email address on file for you, a printed copy of the letter with the Snapcode will be sent instead. Please do not complete a New Student Registration Form to update your information, as that is intended for new students to the district. Instructions, and the link to the form, can be found here.
If you have any questions, please contact the Student Registration Office at (724)981-8750 ext. 6000. Thank you.
At the June 21, 2021 School Board meeting, the board approved the Health and Safety Plan Summary, which will guide the district in starting the school year. The School Board reviewed this Health and Safety Plan at the January 18, 2022 and the June 20, 2022 Board Meetings. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the Superintendent’s Office at (724) 981-8750 ext 6010. Thank you.
Latest Site Updates
Classified Positions – Custodian/Custodian Substitutes – Replacement Positions – Applications Due 10/7/2022
411 N Hermitage Rd
Hermitage, PA 16148
Phone: (724) 981-8750
Fax: (724) 981-5080
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