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JSASD School Board Meeting Live Video Stream--
Click the link above to access the live stream.
Other events throughout the district may be broadcast on this channel.
Click link below for the full presentationFinancial Outlook Presentation
Bulldog Hotline: The Jersey Shore Area School District has policies to address Bullying and Harassment in the school setting. In an effort to proactively address the concerns of students, staff, parents, and Board members, the Jersey Shore Area School District is implementing a Bulldog Hotline.This hotline is available to the public to leave information concerning bullying and harassment. When using the hotline, please provide the information requested through the Hotline message. The Bulldog Hotline number is: 570.398.5604.
Interested in Substituting for the Jersey Shore Area School District?
The Jersey Shore Area School District has partnered with Source4Teachers to manage the recruitment, hiring, training, and placement of substitutes in our school district. If you are interested in applying to become a substitute teacher, substitute nurse, or a substitute paraprofessional (custodians, secretaries, food service, aides) in any of our schools, please apply through Source4Teachers by clicking "Apply Now" on their web site. You can visit www.source4teachers.com/jobs to learn more.
|Online School Lunch Application
Click the link above to apply for free or reduced priced meals.
2017-2018 Free and Reduced Lunch Application and Instructions.
Please Note: Balances that are negative prior to free/reduced approval status must still be paid. If you have any questions or would like to see a transaction history, please contact the Food Service Director at firstname.lastname@example.org or (570)-398-5061.
|Dual Enrollment Options for JSASD Students||Cyber School Options for JSASD Students -- Contact the Jersey Shore High School Guidance Department for More Information|
To enroll click www.k12specialmarkets.com. For more information on the policy please click www.jsasd.org/information/student accident policy.
Do you have an infant or pre-school aged child in your home? Do you live in the Jersey Shore Area School District? Then please take advantage of this free service offered through the Jersey Shore Area School District. ReadyRosie is an online resource that provides activities for adults to do with children ages zero to six. The activities are simple and only take about two minutes a day!
Here’s how to register:
1. Go to www.readyrosie.com and click on the Register section at the top of the page.
2. Type in your zip code.
3. Choose the Jersey Shore Area School District under the District/Organization section.
4. Complete the rest of the information for the registration process.
5. Part of the registration process will ask you to choose a school; please choose the elementary school your child might attend once they reach kindergarten age.
Upon registration, you will begin receiving an email and/or SMS text message with an activity you can do at home or at school with your child(ren). Each message will contain: an activity modeled on video in ENGLISH, a similar activity modeled on video in SPANISH, and an expert video to help explain the WHY behind the activity. After registering, download the mobile app for your iPhone or Android device.
Please contact Dr. Ken Dady at the Jersey Shore Area School District with any further questions or if you are experiencing any difficulties getting registered: (570)398-1566.
The Jersey Shore Area School District has partnered with All Things Bright and Beautiful to provide the Pre-K Counts program for children ages 3 and 4 years. The Pennsylvania Pre-K Counts program provides a quality pre-kindergarten education that is free to qualified children in the Jersey Shore Area School District. Space is limited and based on need, so please do not delay in registering for the program.
To register a child for this program, please visit the JSASD Central Registration Office at 175 A and P Drive, Jersey Shore, PA 17740, to complete the necessary paperwork. Items you will need for the application are: (1) a copy of your child's birth certificate or birth record, (2) proof of income for one year, and (3) your child's immunization record.
If you have questions, please contact Tori Meixel, Central Registration Secretary, at 570.398.5253, or Ken Dady, Assistant Superintendent and Pre-K Counts program coordinator, at 570.398.1566.
CHIP covers uninsured kids up to age 19 in Pennsylvania. It doesn’t matter why your kids don’t have health coverage right now; CHIP may be able to help. Most kids receive CHIP for free. Others can get the same benefits at a low cost.
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