Parent-Teacher Conferences will be held on Tuesday, September 21, 2021 from 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm at each of our elementary schools. All parent-teacher conferences must be scheduled in advance through your child's teacher. Please look for conference sign-ups from your child's homeroom teacher in the near future.
ALERT: MASKS ARE NOW REQUIRED IN ALL SCHOOL BUIDLINGS Governor Wolf announced today that masks are mandated in all Pennsylvania K-12 schools by order of the Pennsylvania Department of Health. As a result, starting tomorrow morning, the Sharon City School District will require all students, teachers and staff to wear masks when inside District buildings. Our goal is to protect our students and staff and keep our students in the classroom. Again, beginning tomorrow, all staff and students are required to wear a mask in school. Thank you for your continued cooperation and support while we navigate through this pandemic.
Dear Sharon Community my name is Bill Gathers and it is both an honor and a privilege to serve as the interim superintendent for the Sharon City School District upon the retirement of Mr. Calla. Having grown up here and being a proud graduate of SHS, this is a community that I have always held close to my heart. I thank the Sharon City School Board for entrusting me with the important role of leading our cherished school district. As the interim, my main goal is to work collaboratively, efficiently, and effectively with all the administration, faculty, and staff to continue to ensure that our students receive the very best education and to provide a smooth transition as the School Board conducts the important work of searching for a permanent superintendent. There is no doubt that the last two school years have been very challenging for all educators, students, and families as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, however, we are anticipating returning to the classroom for the start of school on August 30, 2021 with masks being optional at this time. Although there will be no virtual component of the daily classroom, we have available an at-home cyber selection in the form of the Sharon Cyber Academy should parents wish to avail themselves of this option. Please note that either choice provides a pathway to a Sharon High School Diploma. I know that most students and parents are eager to return to school with a fresh start, however, we must continue to monitor conditions both within our state, county, and community and be ready to adjust to various mandates and recommendations from the CDC, the Department of Health, and the Commonwealth should conditions worsen. We will also be continuing the cleaning protocols, the entry monitoring, and the social distancing of 3 feet for the health and safety of all. I look forward to meeting all the faculty, staff, students, and parents in the next few months and wish everyone a successful start to the 2021-22 school year here within the Sharon City School District. William D. Gathers, Ed. D. Interim Superintendent
All District schools will be open beginning on Monday, August 9, 2021. New students may be registered at the schools from 8:30 am to 2:30 pm. To register, you must bring the child(s) birth certificate, Social Security card, and immunization record. You must also provide proof of residency. If you have any questions, please contact the school.
Please join us on Friday, July 30 at 2:00 pm as the Tiger Kittens/Men of Note perform their summer program in the auditorium of Sharon High School. If you plan to attend, please park and enter through the Forker Boulevard doors. We hope to see you there!
The Sharon Tiger Athletic Department is proud announce that our 2020-21 Girl's Softball and Girl's Track/Field teams are well represented on this year's D10 All-Region teams. The following student-athletes have earned All-Region honors: Softball Region 4: Iresha Norris 1B (second team); Katie Krecek OF (second team). Track and Field: Gianna Labbiento (Runner of the Year, first team 800 and 1600), Natalie Osthiemer (first team 3200), 3200 Relay Team (first team - Abby Douglas, Megan Messina, Labbiento and Osthiemer). Natalie Osthiemer (second team 1600). Congratulations to all of our student-athletes and to coach Divens and all of our Tiger coaches and players.
We need your help. There are only a few days remaining before the 2021 state budget is finalized, and despite a $3 billion surplus in state funding, we’re hearing that there is currently no plan for either a massive increase in education spending or an equity supplement for the most dramatically underfunded districts in Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania’s students can’t afford to go another year without anywhere close to the resources they need to access equal educational opportunities. The most underfunded districts serve a disproportionate share of the Commonwealth’s students of color, students living in poverty, students with disabilities, and English learners. And modest increases in basic education funding to all 500 districts won’t bring these districts anywhere close to adequacy for generations. But it’s not too late. If we band together to demand relief for the districts with the fewest resources to meet their students’ needs, we can make sure lawmakers give every child in Pennsylvania a chance to succeed. That’s why we’re calling for a $100 million Level Up supplement fund to accelerate resources through the Basic Education Funding Formula to the 100 most underfunded school districts in the Commonwealth. Please take five minutes today to call Governor Wolf and your state legislators and tell them you support leveling up Pennsylvania’s most underfunded districts. Together we can make a difference for Pennsylvania’s students!
The Sharon City School District is looking to fill the following positions: Part-time Dental Hygienist Boys Varsity Soccer Head Coach CoED Middle School Soccer Coach Contact the Superintendent's office at 724-983-4000 for additional information.
Good morning from the Sharon City School District. As we end this wild and crazy school please accept our heartfelt thank you for sharing your children with us! We also want to remind our families once again, to make sure that all District owned Chromebooks, chargers and hot spots have been returned by noon tomorrow to your child's building. If all equipment is not returned, the family will be subject to any and all costs related to their collection. Have a safe and wonderful summer!
The Sharon City School District takes great offense at the article published in this morning's edition as it seeks to sensationalize what could have been a serious situation in an attempt to sell newspapers. As our stakeholders were informed Tuesday afternoon, the Middle/High School received a threatening phone call in the afternoon. The District immediately implemented it's crisis plan and immediately involved the Sharon Police Department, as is our protocol. Thankfully, the threat was unfounded. The Herald, instead, has chosen to slant their article to insinuate that District protocols were not followed. Parents are informed as soon as accurate information is available. There were many rumors on-line and sent via phone and text in the early stages of this event and to notify families without accurate information would be unethical. In addition, as an ongoing police matter, much of the information can not be released until cleared by the investigators. Finally, to notify parents and the community before we have accurate information leads to panic and to individuals coming on to the site of the schools which can take Police and School Personnel away from the students and staff, who are our first priority in any crisis situation. I encourage the Sharon community, including businesses and individuals, to let the Herald know we demand better!
Good afternoon, This is a message from Michael Calla, Superintendent of Sharon Schools. This afternoon the Sharon Middle/High School received a phone call that threatened violence against the school. The building, along with Case Avenue, C. M. Musser and West Hill Elementary were immediately put on lock down. The Sharon Police Department responded to the threat with full force and ensured the safety of all students and staff. Both the District and Police take all such threats seriously and will continue to work with the Police Department to determine the individual or individuals who chose to threaten the schools and will prosecute to the fullest extent of the law. I want to thank the Sharon Police department, the Sharon City School District administrative team and staff who handled this situation effectively and appropriately.
Sharon Parents: The Walberg Family Pharmacy will be hosting a Pfizer COVID Vaccination Clinic for adolescents ages 12 years and older at the Passavant Center at Thiel College on Tuesday 6/1/2021 from 3:00pm-7:00pm. Here’s the link for patients to self-register: https://hipaa.jotform.com/211374570290149
The PA Association of Intermediate Units and Penn State Extension have teamed up to conduct a survey regarding the need for internet services in our families and community . This survey can be found at https://tinyurl.com/broadbandsurveypa The survey data will help local agencies apply for federal funding for increased internet services.
Sharon High School's Boy's Baseball and Girl's Softball teams have qualified for the District 10 playoff tournaments. The Boys will play Franklin High at Slippery Rock University on Monday, May 24, 2021, beginning at 6:30 PM. The Girls will play Fairview High on Tuesday, May 25, 2021 at Allegheny College in Meadville PA beginning at 4 PM. Tickets can be purchased at https://gofan.co/app/school/PA72573
Please note the following REVISION: Sharon Girls Softball Thursday May 20th, 4 pm- at Wengler Field Reynolds vs Sharon This well be the Senior Recognition game. The event scheduled for Saturday, May 22 has been cancelled.
From the Sharon Middle/High School Athletic Department: Please note that tickets for all D-10 championship events including, Saturday's Track & Field Meet at SRU are available at https://gofan.co/app/school/PA72573
From the Sharon Middle/High School Athletic Department. The girls softball game scheduled for Thursday, May 20 vs. Oil City has been canceled. Senior Day activities will now be held on Saturday, May 22nd at 12 noon at Wengler Field.
The Sharon Middle/High Athletic Department has released revised sports scheduled for the Middle and High School spring athletic teams for dates beginning on May 19, 2021 through May 22, 2021. Wednesday, May 19th Boys Baseball - Senior Day, at Jefferson Field vs Grove City- 4 pm Wednesday, May 19th Girls Softball at Wengler Field vs. Hickory-4pm Thursday, May 20th Girls Softball- Senior Day, at Wengler Field vs. Oil City-4pm Saturday, May 22 D 10 Track at Slippery Rock University- 10am
The Commonwealth has released information for families who are interested in receiving Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfers (P-EBT) during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. These resources are available to families who have student in the Sharon school and who qualify for EBT benefits. If you have questions about the P-EBT program you can view and informational video at https://youtu.be/JI2Ox6QNvNs or call the DHS Customer Service Line at 1-484-363-2137
Please join our Band and Orchestra as they present their spring concert, outdoors, at Buhl Park this evening at 6:00 pm. Benches are available but chairs and blankets are also welcome!
Sharon families are reminded that the Emergency Broadband Benefit (EBB) program, which will provide free Internet to low-income families during the COVID emergency, will begin accepting enrollments on Wednesday, May 12, 2021; For more information and links to all of the program forms please access this link: https://5il.co/seis
The Sharon Middle/High Athletic Department has released revised sports scheduled for the Middle and High School spring athletic teams for dates beginning on May 5, 2021 through May 8, 2021. To access this schedule please click the following link: https://5il.co/sb1d Note that these schedules are dependent on weather.
The Sharon Middle/High Athletic Department has released revised sports scheduled for the Middle and High School spring athletic teams for dates beginning on April 28, 2021 through May 1, 2021. To access this schedule please click the following link: https://5il.co/rxoz
With the recent uptick in COVID-19 cases among younger individuals we want to share the following link which offers the COVID-19 vaccine to students 16 and older (with parental permission of course). Click this link for more information: https://5il.co/rtk7 The District is also working to schedule an on-site vaccination clinic for students (and family members) in the near future...more information to come.
The Sharon City School District is accepting applications from Sharon residents, age 18 or older, wishing to be considered to fill the Board position that is currently vacant. Interested parties may obtain an application form at the Office of the Superintendent, 215 Forker Boulevard, Sharon, PA 16146. The form is also available on the District’s website at www.sharonsd.org under the EXPLORE tab. Applications must be received by 4:00pm on Wednesday, April 28, 2021.
The Sharon Tiger's 2020-21 wrestling team is proud to be represented on this year's D10 All-Region teams. First team Region 1 honors were awarded to Sophomore Mike Mazurek (285lb). Second team Region 1 honors were awarded to Sharon Seniors Seth Evans (152), Nick Dignall (172lb) and Aidan Buck (189). Congratulations our student-athletes and to coach Ciafre and all of our Tiger coaches and wrestlers.
The Sharon Tiger's 2020-21 Boys swim team is proud to be well represented on this year's D10 All-Region team. The Boys Region 1, All-Region Award recipients are: First Team: Freshman, Mark Cattron (200 Free, 200I IM, 100 Back, 400 Free Relay), Seniors, Gabe Kirsch (400 Free Relay), Jake Cattron, (Free Relay) and Ty Chartraw (400 Free Relay). Second Team: Senior Jake Cattron,(100 Breaststroke). Freshman, Mark Cattron was also named Region 1, Swimmer/Diver of the Year! Congratulations all of our student-athletes and to coach Tomasello and all of our Tiger coaches and players.
The Sharon Tiger's 2020-21 wrestling team is proud to be represented on this year's D10 All-Region teams. First team Region 1 honors were awarded to Sophomore Mike Mazurek (285lb). Second team Region 1 honors were awarded to Sharon Seniors Nick Dignall (172lb) and Aidan Buck (189). Congratulations our student-athletes and to coach Ciafre and all of our Tiger coaches and wrestlers.
The following link provides access to the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission's Advance Education Brochure mentioned in the post below: https://5il.co/ro5s
The PA Public Utility Commission (PUC) has created the Advance Education Brochure explaining the soon-to-be-implemented Emergency Broadband Benefit (EBB) program. The EBB gives qualifying households money to buy internet service or equipment to use the internet if they are eligible. This program should be of particular interest to parents of school age students (Free or Reduced Lunch makes a household eligible), and students attending colleges and universities (Pell Grant recipients are eligible). This program is not yet activated. However, the funding is expected to go quickly and will be administered on a first come/first served basis. More information about this program is also available on the FCC’s webpage at www.fcc.gov.
The Sharon High Athletic Department has released revised schedules for the 2021 spring athletic teams who had to suspend their seasons due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Revised schedules can be found at the following links: Baseball: https://5il.co/rmpf Softball: https://5il.co/rmpg Men's Tennis: https://5il.co/rmph Please note that these schedules are subject to change due to weather and continuing COVID-19 mitigation efforts.
The Sharon Tiger's 2020-21 Girls and Boys Basketball teams are proud to be represented on this year's D10 All-Region teams. The Girls Region 4, All-Region Award recipient is: First Team: Senior, Jaysina Sellers. Jaysina will continue her academic and basketball career for the Lady Lions at PSU-Shenango. The Boys Region 4, All-Region Award recipient is: Second Team: Senior, Brett Salsgiver. Congratulations both student-athletes and to coaches O'Brien and Sarver and all of our Tiger coaches and players.
Community organizations are to be advised that the use of any Sharon City School District facility requires a facilities use agreement PRIOR to use. Any organization found using a District facility without permission will be reported for trespass. These facilities include but are not limited to: School gymnasiums, pool, outdoor recreational and study areas, Tiger Stadium, Hadley field, Jefferson field, Wengler field, Cordia Commons field. Thank you.
The Sharon High Drama Department production of Emma: A Pop Musical hits the stage this week on Thursday, April 8; Friday, April 9; and Saturday, April 10. To purchase tickets for this online event please click this link: https://www.broadwayondemand.com/series/CIBD4urEEOPW-emma-a-pop-musical--sharon-middlehigh-school
The 2021 Very Special Arts Gallery is now available. Please use the link below to visit the MIU IV homepage, and scroll down to view the VSA Virtual Gallery. https://www.miu4.org/ The virtual gallery includes over 335 pieces of art from students across Mercer, Lawerance and Butler counties. Check out Sharon's budding artists on this site! This beautiful gallery was completed by Melanie Turner and Devon Agostino from MIU IV's Design and Print Center.
Congratulations to the following Choir students that placed into this year's PMEA All-State Chorus. All four students will participate in the 2021 Virtual All-State Festival in mid April. 4 Sharon Students made PMEA All-State Chorus: Caleb Childs Ally Grande Christian Hacker Rachel Lewis
Massive FOOD Distribution! Up to 3,000 families will be served! FOR ANYONE IN NEED AT THIS CURRENT TIME! Saturday March 27th, 2021 @ 10am Jubilee Ministries International (JMI) Nourishing Others Well-being Project (N.O.W.) along with The Christian Chamber of Commerce of Western Pennsylvania (CCCWP) is sponsoring a Massive Drive-Thru Food Giveaway for up to3,000 families on Saturday, March 27th, 2021 Location- The Town Mall- (Cascade Galleria Plaza) 200 South Jefferson Street, New Castle, PA 16101 CARS MUST FORM LINE THAT WILL BEGIN AT THE INTERSECTION OF WEST WASHINGTON STREET AND THE COLUMBUS INTER BELT. All vehicles must enter through the rear entrance of the Town Mall Cars will be lined up in the rear parking lot of the mall. We will honor our Veterans with a quick service line- please bring your Veteran ID Jubilee Ministries International N.O.W. Project and CCCWP will distribute an abundance of quality food boxes for almost 3,000 families. Each family will receive boxes containing fresh milk, dairy products, meat, assorted fresh produce, and assorted shelf-stable groceries. There will be a limited supply of frozen meal boxes for children under the age of 18 also available. The boxes will be loaded directly into the vehicles by the volunteers. Boxes will be given away on a first come first serve basis for anyone in need! The distribution will open once trucks are unloaded & distribution lines are set up. Special thanks, New Castle Police, New Castle Fire Department, SVN/TRCA Property & Bill Marting Family, Public Works, Rastelli Global, T & M Hardware, Lear Inc., Brian Campbell Farms, Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank, Nesbit Septic, Mark's Cleaning and Hauling Services, and LCCAP Visit our Facebook page The NOW Project of Western Pennsylvania Food Distribution @nourishgingotherswellbeing Email: JubileeMinistriesNOWproject@gmail.com
The Sharon City School District has released its plans for the Fourth Nine-Week Grading period which begins on Monday, March 29 2021. Please review the letter outlining necessary information that can be found at this link: https://5il.co/qmkj Families wishing to change their child's instructional option (in-person to virtual or virtual to in-person) must complete the Change in Instructional Placement form which can be found at this link: https://forms.gle/JQyPq5MkSS51tL2u7 by Friday, March 19, 2021.
Congratulations to Sharon High Freshman, Mark Cattron, on winning the District 10 Championship in the 200 Freestyle race! Mark will represent Sharon High in the upcoming State Championships. Go Tigers!
The Sharon Tigers take on the Harbor Creek Huskies tonight in first round District 10 boys basketball playoff action! The game will be live streamed at: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC95rFuTpM3CkEJb4FFVdjPg Go Tigers!
The Sharon City School District has posted openings for the following positions: Superintendent of Schools (due March 26, 2021) Substitute Teachers (Ongoing) Casual Substitute Teachers (Ongoing) Men's Soccer - Head Coach (Ongoing) Information can be obtained on the District website under the EXPLORE - Employment Opportunities - Vacancy tabs.
Congratulations to Sharon High School Freshman Mark Cattron on being named PIAA - District 10 - Region 1 Swimmer of the Year.
The Live Feed for tonight's Sharon Boys JV/Varsity Basketball game can be found at: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJtd5zfHqETaL9xh0Sfa4LA/featured Game time JV 6pm , Varsity 7:30pm
Sharon City School District parents and guardians are reminded that tomorrow, Friday, February 26, is our scheduled Friday professional development early dismissal. Students will be dismissed as they do on our planned Tiger Tuesday's. Also, note that next, Tuesday, March 2 is also a Tiger Tuesday early dismissal and that there are three Tiger Tuesday's in the month of March.
The Sharon High Swim team will be well represented at the District 10 Swimming and Diving Championships on Friday, March 5 at the David M. Hallman III Aquatics Center in Erie. • Sophomore Ella Labbiento will compete in the 200 yard freestyle and the 500 yard freestyle events. • Senior Jake Cattron will compete in the 100 yard breaststroke and in the 200 yard freestyle and 400 yard freestyle relays. • Senior Ty Chartraw will compete in the 50 yard freestyle and the 100 yard freestyle events, and in the 200 yard freestyle and 400 yard freestyle relays. • Senior Gabe Kirsch will compete in the 200 yard freestyle and 400 yard freestyle relays. • Freshman Mark Cattron will compete in the 200 freestyle and 100 yard freestyle events, and in the 200 yard freestyle and 400 yard freestyle relays Best of Luck to all!
Please share with coaches, parents and any fan of D10 wrestling. Hickory will be doing a live stream of all the matches at the NW Regionals Saturday, February 27 on theri Facebook page “Hickory Wrestling”. They will have one stream per mat with commentary for all rounds. The easiest way to follow your favorite wrestler would be to use one device with floarena and check the upcoming matches. That will tell you what mat they’re on so you can watch.
Updated Winter Sports Schedule: Girls Basketball Wednesday, Feb, 24- home, vs Grove City at 7 pm (varsity only) Monday, March 1st-home vs. Mercer 6pm Boys Basketball Wed. Feb 24- away vs Sharpsville 6 pm Thursday, Feb. 25-home vs Grove City 6 pm Friday, Feb. 26-home vs Academy of Urban Scholars, 6 pm (varsity only) Monday, March 1- away vs Conneaut ,OH 6 pm. Wed., March 3-home vs Rocky Grove 6 pm Wrestling- Saturday, Feb. 27-Districts at Sharon Swimming Friday, March 5-Districts at Cathedral Prep, Erie
Sharon SD parents are reminded that third quarter progress reports have been mailed and should be arriving in your homes this week. Please review your child's progress and contact the school with any questions.
The Sharon City School District has announced our 2021-2022 Kindergarten registration dates. Complete information can be found at the following link: https://5il.co/pv7e Due to COVID-19 registration will be for parents only.
Sharon Freshman swimmer, Mark Cattron. broke the school record in the 500 freestyle on Monday, February 22, swimming a 4:59.28. Congrats to Mark, Coach Tomasello, and Coach Beckett.
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Here are the Live Stream Links for this weeks home athletic events: Swimming vs Slippery Rock Monday 2/22 @ 4:00 https://youtu.be/2TTFvqP0Dks Girls Basketball vs Farrell (Varsity only) Monday 2/22 @ 7:00 https://youtu.be/NGcm2PJ7ft4 Girls Basketball vs Grove City (JV/Varsity) Wednesday 2/24 @ 6:00 https://youtu.be/9bK6AtW6utc Boys Basketball vs Grove City (JV/Varsity) Thursday 2/25 @ 6:00 https://youtu.be/Pg8qPJlT2Ss Boys Basketball vs Academy of Urban Scholars (JV/Varsity) ***Senior Night*** Friday 2/26 @ 6:00 https://youtu.be/o5qCnjuNrFw
Good evening Sharon School District families and Staff. Due to the current weather conditions the School District will operate on a two hour delay for tomorrow, Tuesday, February 16, 2021. This means that Middle and High School students will report at 10am and Elementary students will report at 10:30am. Please be advised that changing conditions may require updates to this plan.
Good evening Sharon School District families and Staff. Due to the current weather conditions the School District will operate on a two hour delay for tomorrow, Tuesday, February 15, 2021. This means that Middle and High School students will report at 10am and Elementary students will report at 10:30am. Please be advised that changing conditions may require updates to this plan.
The following are the dates and times for programs listed below: Please follow all Covid guidelines, including wearing a mask. Grades 2-4 Monday Feb 15, 2-3 High School Tuesdays, Musser 3:30-4:30 Feb 16-Mar 2 Sundays High School 5:00-6:00 Feb 21st-Mar 7 Grades 5 & 6 Monday Feb 15, Scheduled games at the High School Teams A v. B 3:00 Teams B v C 3:40 (please arrive 15 min prior to game time. No parents at this time.) Pick up teams A/B 3:40 and Teams C/D 4:10 Practice times will continue on as scheduled Wednesday and Thursday at Musser through March 4th Games will continue Sundays 3-4:30 TBA at the High School through March 7th (playoffs) Grades 7/8 Monday, Feb 15th 3 on 3 Skills and Games 1:00-2:00 High School Sundays 4:00-5:00 High School Feb 21st-March 7
We have been informed that there is a young man who has been representing himself as fundraising by selling Hershey's candy bars on behalf of the Sharon High School Band. The young man is described as being in his mid-twenties, with short dreadlocks and having facial tattoos. He was reportedly going door to door in Sharon neighborhoods. Please note that the Sharon Band is not currently conducting a candy fundraiser.
Sharon 5th and 6th Grade Girls basketball practice for Sunday, February 7 has been moved from Sharon High School to Case Avenue Elementary School. The time has also been changed. Practice will now be held from 10:30am until 12:00 noon. Players should wear their uniform tops.
The following events will be live streamed this week for Sharon athletics: 2/3/21 @ 6:00 pm Boys JV/Varsity Basketball Vs. Academy of Urban Scholars https://youtu.be/yFMSNMPx0Ks 2/4/21 @ 4:00 pm Swimming Vs. Slippery Rock https://youtu.be/hizHapIAcw0 2/4/21 @ 6:00 pm Girls JV/Varsity Basketball Vs. Greenville https://youtu.be/0Q_48bLdzW4 2/5/21 @ 6:00 pm Boys JV/Varsity Basketball Vs. Wilmington https://youtu.be/ijFyKwqj9Ms 2/6/21 @ 2:00 pm Boys JV/Varsity Basketball Vs. Neshannock https://youtu.be/Q_AqLJvG7xA
We have received reports of a telemarketing agency that is using Sharon City School District phone numbers in attempt to scam Sharon residents for money. Specifically, requesting that funds be placed in an Amazon account. Please note that this is a fraud and that NO Sharon City School District group will ever use telemarketing for such purposes. If you are contacted please inform the Sharon Police and your phone company.
The 5th and 6th grade GIRLS BASKETBALL intramural league will begin this SUNDAY, January 31st from 3-4:30 in the high school gym. The girls will be picked for teams and will receive information on practice days/locations as well as game times. Please be prompt. Also, if your daughter still has her jersey, please make sure she brings it. We look forward to seeing everyone back in the gym!
The COVID-19 relief packages recently passed by the United States Congress contain numerous benefits for families financially impacted by the pandemic. Some of these benefits are available to students who are eligible for free or reduced-price school meals. Even though all Sharon students are currently receiving free meals under the current Federal waiver, if you feel your child would qualify for free or reduced-price school meals under normal school circumstances, we encourage you to submit an application (if you have not already done so) as soon as possible so you may become eligible for these new benefits. Applications are available by contacting your child's school cafeteria. this application will then be used to determine which benefits your child(ren) may be eligible for. This will not impact your child's current meal status.
Congratulations to Sharon Tiger Freshman, Mark Cattron, who broke the Sharon High Record in the 100 meter backstroke on Saturday 1/23 vs Hickory. Mark's record of 57.42 seconds breaks the record set by his brother Zach!
The following athletic events will be live streamed for the week of January 25, 2021. Note start times: 1/25 Girls Bball vs Titusville - varsity only (6:30) https://youtu.be/cGTEf8tsl-s 1/27 Boys Bball vs Shenango -JV / Varsity (6:00) https://youtu.be/XilaEtUZbqE 1/28 Swimming vs Franklin (4:00) https://youtu.be/ILK1YZN6wpA 1/30 Swimming vsTitusville (10:00) https://youtu.be/G0eOOjE_jkI
Saturday's (1/23) Sharon vs Hickory swim meet will be live streamed at the following link: https://youtu.be/4iPlRHQ6ixY The meet begins at 10 A.M.
The Sharon vs Slippery Rock/Youngsville tri-team wrestling match scheduled for Saturday, January 23, 2021 will be live streamed at the following link. The match begins at 12:00 noon. https://youtu.be/BzgsWV3cF_U
Tonight's boys basketball game at Hickory will be broadcast on WKBN, MyYTV. beginning at 7:30 P.M. Friday's game vs Slippery Rock (1/22) will be live streamed at this link: https://youtu.be/uzFJrN7CC4Y
Time correction for tonight's live stream event: JV Boys Basketball at 6PM and Varsity at 7:30pm. Same link.
Tonight's Sharon Tigers vs Sharpsville Blue Devil Boys Basketball game will be live streamed at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/914097066026416/permalink/914097076026415/ Game time is 7pm.
Today's Sharon Tiger swim meet will be live streamed at the following site: https://www.facebook.com/groups/914097066026416/permalink/914097076026415/ The meet begins at 4:00pm
Fans wishing to view the live stream of tonight's Sharon at Grove City wrestling match can do so at the following link: youtu.be/ww5A_P5qNmQ Please note that visiting fans are not permitted to attend the match at Grove City due to COVID-19 restrictions.
The Sharon City School District has released its plans forr the Third Nine-Week Grading period which begins on Wednesday, January 20, 2021. Please review the letter outlining necessary information that can be found at this link: https://5il.co/oi1e Families wishing to change their child's instructional option (in-person to virtual or virtual to in-person) must complete the Change in Instructional Placement form, a link to which can be found as part of the above mentioned letter, by Friday, January 15, 2021.
Sharon Boys Basketball vs Fairview, PA will be live streamed on Saturday, January 9, 2021 JV @ 6:00 Varsity @7:30 The sites will be going live 5 minutes before game time. Use this link to access the livestream: https://www.facebook.com/groups/914097066026416/
The Sharon City School District, Sharon PA, is seeking candidates for the open position of Boys’ Soccer Varsity/Junior Varsity Head Coach to lead our 2A program. Candidates should have high school coaching experience; collegiate playing/coaching experience is welcomed. Preferred candidates would have prior head coaching experience as well as the demonstrated ability to build a successful program starting at the community level and building to the varsity team. The head coach will be responsible for assembling their coaching staff, coordinating the Varsity, JV, and Middle School Programs with the Athletic Director, as well as the off-season programs in accordance with District 10/PIAA regulations. To apply for this position please send a cover letter expressing your interest, a resume, and three (3) recent letters of recommendation to Sharon City School District, Office of the Superintendent, 215 Forker Blvd. Sharon PA 16146. Applications will also be accepted through email: firstname.lastname@example.org Applicants will be accepted until a suitable candidate is found. EOE.
This is a reminder that Sharon Schools will return to in-person instruction, tomorrow, Monday, January 4, 2021. Students returning in in=person learning are reminded to bring their Chromebooks and charging devices back to school tomorrow. Please make sure that the Chromebooks are fully charges as they will be used during instruction throughout the day. Thank you.
The Sharon City School District has determined that we will be returning to our instructional program (in-person, virtual, cyber) beginning on Monday, January 4, 2021. Please carefully review the letter found using the link that follows and should you choose to modify your child(ren)'s plan complete the required form prior to noon on Sunday, January 3, 2021. Link to informational letter: https://5il.co/o8nu
The Sharon Tiger's 2020 golf team is well represented on this year's D10 All-Region team. Region 2, All-Region Award Winners include: First Team: Senior, Jake Cattron Second Team: Senior, Sully Brown Congratulations to coach Hoffman and our Tiger golfers!
The Sharon Tiger's 2020 Girls and Boys Soccer teams are well represented on this year's D10 All-Region teams. Girls Region 2, All-Region Award Winners include: First Team: Senior, Katie Krecek Second Team: Senior, Abby Rickert Katie was also named Region 2 co-player of the year! Boys Region 2, All-Region Award Winner included: Second Team: Senior, Ty Chartraw Congratulations to coaches Zajac and Rossi and all of our Tiger teams.
The Sharon Tiger's 2020 Girls Cross Country team is well represented on this year's D10 All-Region team. Region 2, All-Region Award Winners Include: First Team: Senior, Gianna Labiento and Sophomore, Natalie Ostheimer Second Team: Sophomore, Abby Douglas Gianna was also named Region Runner of the Year! Congratulations to coach Divens and all of our Tiger Harriers.
Due to a lack of participation at the site, the Sharon City School District will be ending meal distribution at Sharon Middle/High School during virtual instruction beginning Monday, December 7, 2020. Middle and High School students may continue to pick up lunches daily at their neighborhood elementary school between 11:00 A.M. and 12 Noon.
Sharon City School District parents and friends take note: Please review the District's website for updates regarding the status of our instructional plan beyond Friday, December 4, 2020. At this time the District has decided to continue our virtual model of instruction through the Christmas holiday. Details are included in the letter posted to our website. Thank you.
A reminder that while the Sharon Schools are operating on a 100% virtual model through Friday, December 4, 2020, brown bag meals are being served through our cafeteria program. Pick up for the meals are from 11 A.M. to 12 NOON at the three elementary buildings and from 2:30 P.M. until 3:30 P.M. at the Middle/High School.
The Sharon Tiger's 2020 Football team is well represented on this year's D10 All-Region teams. Region 5, All-Region Award Winners Include: First Team Offense: Ja'On Phillips WR; Tyvell Richardson RB; Thomas Dawson OL; Jake Auchter K First Team Defense: Ja'On Phillips DB Second Team Offense: Bryce Carroll OL Second Team Defense: Aidan Buck DL; Shane Rowe LB; Labrae Norris LB; Congratulations to all of our Tiger players and coaches.
You can access the Pennsylvania Department of Health's COVID-19 Early Warning Dashboard to view county-by-county data related to the current case surge. The link is: https://www.health.pa.gov/topics/disease/coronavirus/Pages/Monitoring-Dashboard.aspx
Due to the surge of COVID-19 cases in Mercer County the Sharon City School District will move to fully virtual instruction beginning on Monday, November 23 through Friday, December 4, 2020. Please review the attached letter and frequently asked questions documents at the following links: FAQ: https://5il.co/n7x0 Parent Letter: https://5il.co/n7zj
November 10, 2020 Today, the Sharon City School District was notified of a number of additional COVID-19 positive cases in our schools. In response to these cases we are working closely with the PA Department of Health and following all of their recommendations, along with implementing all of our in-house safety protocols. All sites involved are also receiving special cleaning protocols. Please read the attached letter for specific information: https://5il.co/mxst
We have been kindly informed that the link in the Live Feed sent this afternoon regarding today's COVID 19 update is not working. The link below will allow you to access the letter or you can find a link to the same document in the NEWS section of this website. LINK: https://5il.co/my5i
November 10, 2020 Today, the Sharon City School District was notified of a number of additional COVID-19 positive cases in our schools. In response to these cases we are working closely with the PA Department of Health and following all of their recommendations, along with implementing all of our in-house safety protocols. All sites involved are also receiving special cleaning protocols. Please read the attached letter for specific information: https://5il.co/mxst
Check out this great national news piece on Buhl Park's free golf course. Awesome feature! https://youtu.be/yr0mfsRVOjo
The Sharon City School District has listed a job posting for a C.O.O.L. Program security staff member. Information about the position can be found following this website thread: EXPLORE > Employment Opportunities > Vacancies
The Sharon City School District has posted an employee vacancy notice on our website for a nine-month security/custodian. Information can be found on our website: www.sharonsd.org by following the EXPLORE > Employment Opportunities > Vacancies thread.
Sharon Girls Basketball is sponsoring a fundraiser through Explore Ovanona. For information, please click the link below: https://explore.ovanova.co/sharon-girls-basketball
Good afternoon Sharon City School District Families and Friends. Please note that we have updated the COVID-19 News feed on our District website with information regarding a positive COVID 19 case that is impacting C. M. Musser Elementary School. Please review the website (www.sharonsd.org) and the letter from Superintendent Calla regarding this matter: https://5il.co/mnaw
Sharon Girls Basketball is excited to start it’s elementary program this November Sign up today! Please fill out the attached registration form that can be found under the NEWS section of our website. If you have any questions, Email coach: O'Brien at email@example.com Our new coaching staff is committed to providing a fun, safe and focused program to help you daughter gain new skills, meet new friends, and have fun while getting exercise!
Sharon High School proudly inducted it's latest class into the P. A. Jones Chapter of the National Honor Society. The event can be viewed in it's entirety at this site: https://youtu.be/o1GxSYvHxic Congratulations inductees!
The National Association of Elementary School Principals has released a document regarding talking to your child about vaping. Vaping is a relatively new and growing concern among school age children. Please use the flyer, found at the attached link to open up the conversation: https://5il.co/mgjl
Tonight's Sharon vs Greenville Varsity Football game can be accessed at the Greenville High School Facebook page. Game time is 7 PM. Go Tigers! https://www.facebook.com/pages/category/Education/Greenville-JrSr-High-School-Pennsylvania-110297970704274/
Good afternoon Sharon Schools families. We want to remind you that if you child(ren) will be changing their instructional plan for the second nine-weeks (in-person to virtual or virtual to in-person) you need to compete the online form that is found under the NEWS section of our website: www.sharonsd.org The form will need to be completed by Friday, October 23, 2020. The transition day for any students will be Monday, November 2, 2020.
This is the live stream link for Thursday's Sharon vs. Lakeview Girls Volleyball match: https://youtu.be/MUSykd521S8 GoTigers!
This is the live stream link for tonight's Sharon vs. Grove City Volleyball match: https://youtu.be/a-cW6sIODhE Go Lady Tigers!
The Sharon City School District has determined that we will be maintaining our current instructional program (in-person, virtual, cyber) for the second nine-week grading period. This period begins on Monday, November 2, 2020. Please carefully review the letter in the link that follows and should you choose to modify your child(ren)'s plan complete the required form prior to Friday, October 23, 2020. Letter Link: https://5il.co/m7k1 Change of Placement Form Link: https://forms.gle/RwaAUF8PJ6Xi6TDm
The live stream for tonight's Sharon at Grove City Varsity Football game can be found at: https://youtu.be/KPVzQTPGJCo Kick off is at 7:00pm. GO TIGERS! You can also follow the Tiger JV Football team vs Grove City, tomorrow at 10 am on this live stream: https://youtu.be/ZsCamGlCfqM Tiger Stadium is also open for your attendance at this game.
Sharon City School District is proud to announce that SHS students Umneya Karakra and Shahed Kanan have been accepted into the Mercer County Career Center’s National Technical Honor Society and will be inducted into the Society on November 5, 2020. Congratulations to both students and their families.
The U.S. Secretary of Agriculture has announced that the program which allows District's to provide free breakfast and lunch to all school students has now been extended through June 30, 2021. The Sharon City School District is offering a free breakfast and free lunch to every child ages 0 to 18 years old for every school day. In-person students will use the cafeteria as usual, students attending virtually may pick up a full breakfast and lunch at Sharon High School between 9:15 - 9:45 am, or Case Ave. Elementary, West Hill Elementary or CM Musser Elementary between 9:30 – 10:00 am all free of charge! We encourage all families to take advantage of this great program. We remain committed to providing students access to healthy, nutritious and wholesome meals while assuring the utmost food safety without compromising quality
Data collection for the 2020 US Census is ending tomorrow. As of today, well over 99.9% of housing units have been accounted for in the 2020 Census. Self-response and field data collection operations for the 2020 Census will conclude on October 15, 2020. If you have not yet completed your Census form please do so today! Census data provides for funding for the School District and City of Sharon!! 2020Census.gov
The Sharon City School District athletic venue capacity plans are posted on the News page of the district website under COVID 19 Update. All venue capacity numbers are effective beginning, Monday, October 12, 2020 and until further notice.
The live stream link for the Sharon vs Hickory Girls Volleyball match can be found at the following site: https://www.facebook.com/Sharon-Tigers-Volleyball-119805649854301/?view_public_for=119805649854301 Game time is JV 6pm with Varsity to follow. Go Lady Tigers!
The live stream for tonight's Sharon vs Slippery Rock Varsity Girls Volleyball game can be found at the following link: https://youtu.be/Tc3ekM7FNlI Go Lady Tigers!
Given the current state guidelines, visiting fans will not be permitted at the Sharon vs. Hickory football game Friday, October 9th. Tiger fans should note that WYTV is broadcasting the game as their Game of the Week. And the game will radio broadcast on 790 WPIC. Hickory will also be live streaming through the Joanow Legal Group website: https://video.ibm.com/channel/hickory-hornet-football
The live-stream link to tonight's Sharon vs. Slippery Rock Varsity Football game can be accessed at this site: https://youtu.be/2-T59T-Qn5U Game time is 7:00 PM. Go Tigers!
The Sharon City School District has provided an update related to the active COVID19 case which was reported on Friday, September 25.
The live stream for tonight's Grove City @ Sharon Tigers football game can be found at this link: https://youtu.be/i9Q8YifdDUA
The Sharon City School District was notified this morning that there is a single positive test result of Covid-19 in one of our classrooms at C. M. Musser Elementary. We are pleased to share that the individual is currently responding well to treatment and improving. In response to the positive result, we have spent the day working with the Pennsylvania Department of Health (DoH) regarding all necessary actions that need to be followed and they recommend that, at this time, we continue to monitor our children and ourselves for symptoms. No quarantine is recommended at this time. The DoH will continue to to follow all protocols and inform us if additional actions need to be taken. Please note as well that we continue to follow all of our Health and Safety plan guidance including deep cleaning of all areas of our buildings with special attentions being paid to high use areas. Please remember that if you are experiencing symptoms, please see your Primary Care Physician who can make the determination if you or your child need to be tested.
Tiger fans are invited to watch the live stream of the Sharon versus Grove City football game on Saturday night (9/26) by accessing the Sharon Tigers Football page on Facebook. This public page will go live at 6:58 pm. The game will also be audio broadcast at www.fridaynightpa.com or at the Friday Night PA app (free at the app store).
Sharon City School District parents and friends. It’s not too late to participate in the 2020 Census. If you haven’t responded yet, please do so by Sept. 30, 2020. In Pennsylvania, everyone counts. Our communities and families benefit when you participate in the 2020 Census. Our population count determines the federal support Pennsylvanians receive for the next ten years for healthcare, housing, food assistance, education, roads, and more. Be a good neighbor and participate. It only takes a few minutes to complete. You can respond online in less time than it takes to drink your morning coffee. Respond to the 2020 Census It’s not too late to participate in the 2020 Census. If you haven’t responded yet, please do so by Sept. 30, 2020. In Pennsylvania, everyone counts. Our communities and families benefit when you participate in the 2020 Census. Our population count determines the federal support Pennsylvanians receive for the next ten years for healthcare, housing, food assistance, education, roads, and more. Be a good neighbor and participate. It only takes a few minutes to complete. You can respond online in less time than it takes to drink your morning coffee For more information, visit pa.gov/census.
Beginning on Monday, September 21st, all students in the Sharon City School District will "Eat for Free." The District has been given permission to extend our free summer meal program through the end of December (or until funding is depleted). All students have access to breakfast and lunch for free daily. Virtual students also can access this service as outlined in the letter found at this link: https://5il.co/l7fx
This is a correction to our Sharon v. Hickory Football Live Stream announcement. Friday Night PA will only be providing an audio broadcast for tonight's game. To view the game in live stream please access it at https://video.ibm.com/channel/hickory-hornet-football. Game time is 7 pm. We thank Hickory Football for sharing their site with us at this late date/time.
The 2020 Census is underway! The census impacts funding decisions for things like healthcare, infrastructure, education, and more. Respond today at 2020CENSUS.GOV.
Fans wishing to view tonight's girls soccer game against Slippery Rock can access the live stream at: https://youtu.be/HXEt7p4Uybs
Tiger football fans can watch the live stream of tonight's game against the Rockets from Slippery Rock by accessing this link: https://youtu.be/aenh6tlAJ9k The link will go live at 6:45pm with kick-off set for 7pm. GO TIGERS!
The revised fall 2020 athletic schedules have been posted to the District website. Please note that all schedules are subject to change. Also, please be aware that the District will follow all Commonwealth of Pennsylvania regulations with regard to spectator participation. Current guidelines (as of 9-9-20) allow for no spectators at indoor events and a very limited number at outdoor events. At this time no visiting spectators can be welcomed to our facilities.
Good morning Sharon elementary school students and families. This is a reminder that families whose students are signed up to complete their instruction virtually for the first nine weeks are asked to pick up their children's Chrome Books at main office of your child's elementary school today, Thursday, August 20, 2020 anytime between 9 A. M. and noon or between 1 P. M. and 3 P. M. This is for elementary students only. Also note that Friday, August 21 by 3 P.M. is the final day to complete registration for virtual classes. Students not registered by that time will be expected to attend in-person classes beginning on Wednesday, August 26.
The Sharon City School DistrictBoard of Education is anticipating holding a Special Meeting on Monday, August 24, 2020 at 7 PM for the purpose of reviewing PIAA recommended options for fall sports, transportation contracts, personnel and any other business that may come before the Board. The meeting will be held virtually with connection instructions available on the District website at www.sharonsd.org.
The Sharon City School District is anticipating holding a Special Meeting on Monday, August 24, 2020 at 7 PM for the purpose of reviewing PIAA recommended options for fall sports, transportation contracts, personnel and any other business that may come before the Board. The meeting will be held virtually with connection instructions available on the District website at www.sharonsd.org.
The Sharon City School District Board of Education has revised the calendar and start date for all schools. School will now begin on Wednesday, August 26, 2020. Those attending school in-person will also now begin classes 1 hour later than usual - Middle/High School at 9:00 AM and Elementary at 9:30 AM for the first 9 weeks of school. The new calendar can be found in both the News and Explore sections of our website and phone app.
Attention All Sharon Property Owners: The Sharon Tax Office has mailed the 2020 School Real Estate Tax Cards. It is your responsibility as a property owner in the City of Sharon to please notify the tax office if you did not receive your tax bill. Phone: 724-983-3208 (Sharon Tax Office)
Good morning Sharon Schools families and staff. This morning we have posted to our website and phone app under the news heading information related to our back to school plans. Please read the back to school letter (Letter 1) and both the Health and Safety Plan and Checklist. Check this site often for additional information and updates.
As we prepare for back to school remember that you can manage your student's lunch account online at My School Bucks. To access the account visit myschoolbucks.com or download the app at the App Store or on Google Play.
We want to thank our families for their patience as we finalize plans for the start of the school year. We know you have many questions regarding plans and procedures as the District prepares for the start of school, which is slated for August 25th. Please know that we are working diligently to address every concern and plan for things we can and cannot anticipate. We are committed to providing instruction, whether face to face in school or virtual at home. More information is coming soon, but we wanted to make everyone aware that while it is our hope for students to return to our school buildings, the District has also secured the resources to provide virtual options for students in the event of a school closure and for those families concerned with returning to school. Students opting for the virtual model will still be connected daily to Sharon City SD teachers and classrooms. If you are interested in at home learning, please visit the homepage of our website www.sharonsd.org to complete the Virtual Learning Form. No doubt our families are concerned with the safety of their children and wondering how school will look in the upcoming weeks and months. We have already received a number of responses and are working hard to address everyone’s questions. We apologize for the slight delay in response as we navigate through all of the requests. The safety of our students and staff is our #1 priority as we strive to continue educating our students during this unprecedented time. Thank you for all of your support and understanding.
With the uncertainties that the current pandemic presents, we realize that at any given moment our schools may once again have to shut down. We’re also aware that some of our students may not be able to attend school or there may be parents who wish to keep their children home. We want our families to know that the District will be prepared to provide instruction to all students in all scenarios, this includes the options of in school face to face instruction and virtual learning, where students will participate in school at home daily. Sharon City Schools have secured the resources to implement a 1:1 initiative. This means: Every K-12 student will be receiving a Chromebook at the beginning of the 2020-21 school year for use in and out of the classroom, as needed. Online learning and connection to our classrooms will be made available to every student. We will maintain instruction regardless of how the District is impacted by COVID-19 closures or restrictions. We understand that families may be hesitant for the children to return to the school buildings. To discuss our virtual learning options, please contact Justi Glaros, Supervisor of Curriculum, Instruction, & Assessment, at 724-983-4000, ext. 4990 or firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our homepage to access our Virtual Learning Form.
The federal Families First Coronavirus Response Act of 2020 provides temporary benefits to families of school-aged children who would receive free or reduced-priced meals if school was in session. Families that receive SNAP or TANF should have already received benefits issued to their EBT card. If not, please submit an inquiry to https:..www.emergencymealssurvey.com/PA for information. All others should receive their cards by the end of July.
The 3rd and 4th week Kindergarten Summer Packets will be available for pickup this Monday, June 29th, at the elementary schools during the summer lunch program from 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM. This is the last pickup for the summer. The Google Classroom will be active through July 10th.
Sharon High athletes Gianna Labbiento and Lane Voytik were recently named Athletes of the year by the Varsity Cup. Gianna received the honor in Girls Cross Country and Lane for Small School Football. Olympian Jackie Joyner-Kersee presented Gianna's award and Super Bowl Champion Drew Brees presented Lane honors. Congratulations to Gianna and Lane and thank you for being awesome Tiger Student-Athletes!
REMINDER TO THE FAMILIES OF ALL CURRENT KINDERGARTEN STUDENTS THE KINDERGARTEN SUMMER READING PROGRAM SECOND PACKET PICK-UP IS JUNE 22nd. BE SURE TO PICK UP A PACKET AT YOUR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL'S LUNCH PROGRAM MONDAY FROM 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM.
Attention all Sharon girls, grades 5-12, if you want to join the girls basketball team, or have some fun in the gym this summer, or just want to check the new coaches and team, click on the following link! We’d love to have you sign up and we’ll get you more information. The preseason programs will be starting at the end of June so sign up today. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1VBGAbeZQcjJsW2xOT0w2a-aiJnktFnWbBpkcyiAwNfw/edit?pli=1
P-EBT families please note: An online P-EBT Inquiry Form is now available if the parent/guardian believes they should have already received P-EBT benefits at https://www.emergencymealsurvey.com/PA • P-EBT benefit issuance for current SNAP and TANF EBT cardholders will be complete by June 8, 2020, if their school-aged child was receiving free or reduced-price meals before May 20, 2020. Current SNAP and TANF EBT Cardholders can check their card balance by calling 1-888-328-7366 or using www.connectebt.com. • Free and reduced eligible school-aged students that are not SNAP/TANF or those receiving SNAP or TANF that became eligible for free or reduced-price meals after May 20, 2020, while P-EBT cards are being mailed and should be received by the end of June 2020.
The school lunch program will conclude on Thursday, June 4. No lunches will be served on Friday, June 5. Our summer lunch program will begin on Monday, June 8 and will run from 11:00 am until 12:30 pm. This will be a brown bag lunch/breakfast.
Sharon Parents: Please review the schedules for student work packet #3 return and student locker clean out which is being held Friday, May 29, 2020. Schedules are listed in both the News and Events sections of our website. Friday will be the last day for packet collection.
Please review the schedules for student work packet #3 drop-off and student locker clean out which are being held Thursday, May 28, 2020 and Friday, May 29, 2020. Schedules can be found in the News section of our website or phone app.
Good morning. We have been informed that the link to the parent letter from yesterday in the Live Feed section of our website is not be working. The letter can now be accessed at the following link: https://5il.co/geso You can also read the letter under the NEWS tab.
Good afternoon. All Sharon parents are asked to access our website or phone app to review important information regarding our school closing procedures. You can also access the letter using this link: https://5il.co/gd0s
Middle & High School Parents: My apologies for the early morning call but I need to clarify that this mornings report in the Herald incorrectly states that today is locker clean out for grades 7 thru 11. Those days are scheduled for next week as per my letter from yesterday.
Please be reminded that Kindergarten Registration for the 2020-21 school year is being held Wednesday thru Friday, May 20, 21 and 22 at the 3 elementary schools. Parents should register at the building that their child will be attending. Hours are daily from 9 am until 2 pm.
As we head into the final weeks of the "school year," please check out this information from the National Principals Association to keep your children healthy both physically and emotionally. Use this link: https://5il.co/g7w1
Set your alarm to watch the Today Show tomorrow between 7:30 and 8:30 am as the Stanek Family will be part of the virtual audience. Today will be featuring Sharon senior Justin Stanek, President of the Class of 2020 and in the academic "top ten." #SharonStrong
It’s not too late to respond to the 2020 Census while being safe and practicing social distancing at home. Once you have responded, please encourage your family, friends, and loved ones to complete the census, too. 2020census.gov
We are asking that Sharon parents access our District website or phone app for important information regarding returning your child's completed work packets. The first packet return will be held on Wednesday and Thursday this week. Please review our sites for this information.
Check out the new guidance webpage with up-to-date information from Mrs. Roys, Mrs. Anderson, and Mrs. Hammond. Webpage Link: https://sites.google.com/sharonsd.org/elementary-guidance/home
Congratulations to Sharon High Seniors Ja'Mia Jackson and Allie McMahon on being awarded the Mercer County Community Federal Credit Union continuing education awards. Ja'Mia received a $1,000 award and Allie a $500 award.
Parents of Sharon City School District students please be informed that there is a one week extension for the completion of work in materials packets and/or online through Friday, May 1. New packets and online postings will begin on Monday, May 4, 2020. Thank you and stay safe!
Show Your Support for our Senior Class! Sharon City School District will be lighting up Tiger Stadium and the scoreboard to support our Senior Class on May 4, 2020 at 8:20 PM. We will keep the lights and score board on for 20 minutes and 20 seconds. We are asking that everyone in the Sharon community to put their porch lights on at this time in support of the Class of 2020. We would like to invite all Mercer County Schools and communities to do the same on May 4th. Good luck to all of our Seniors! WE are SHARON PROUD!
The 2020 Census is more than a population count. It's an opportunity to shape the future of our community. Census results have an impact on planning and funding for health clinics, fire departments, disaster response, education programs, and so much more. Complete yours today!
Good morning to our Sharon Schools family. Please be aware that Governor Wolf has ordered the closure of all schools for the remainder of the school year due to the ongoing COVID 19 pandemic. As additional information is received regarding we will update our website.
The Cape May, New Jersey Zoo is hosting online virtual field trips and lessons as we work through our COVID 19 shut down. This week's adventure involves Red Pandas and Tamarins! Enjoy and stay safe: https://nj-capemaycounty.civicplus.com/1400/Virtual-Zoo-School
Adults are vital for ensuring children continue to thrive during these tough times. Share your thoughts to help ensure resources are accessible where they will do the most good by taking the Family Strengths survey at: https://www.pediatrics.pitt.edu/family-strengths-survey
Please note that the closure of all Pennsylvania schools has been extended "until further notice.". Also be reminded that student instructional packets were distributed on Thursday & Friday and completed packets should be kept at home until students return to school.
The Sharon Schools has cancelled the following April committee mtgs: Safety, Policy, Athletic, & Education. The Work Session has been rescheduled for April 20 at 7pm followed by the Board meeting. Information regarding remote access will be available at www.sharonsd.org soon.
Parents: If you are struggling in assisting your children with their at home packets you may want to check out this great resource. It will provide video assistance to you and your child(ren) as you navigate the world of work from home. www.khanacademy.org
If you are out of work and without pay due to the COVID-19 mandatory shutdowns you may be eligible for food assistance. The Community Food Warehouse of Mercer County can assist you. Please use the contact information that follows for help. Monday-Friday from 7:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. at 724-981-0353. The Warehouse will connect you to the nearest pantry or emergency food pantry, and can also refer you to free meals in your area.
Sharon parents: Please visit the district website for a memo with updated information regarding the current school shutdown. Also, please be reminded that lunch is being served to all children ages 18 and under at each elementary school from 11 AM to 1 pm. There is no charge.
The Sharon City School District will be providing meals to students during the Coronavirus closure. Beginning Wednesday, March 18, brown-bagged lunch and a supplemental breakfast will be available to any Sharon resident age 18 and younger that needs it. Meals can be picked up at the sites listed below Monday - Friday from 11:00 AM -1:00 PM. We ask families to follow the signs for entry into the buildings. Students must be present and may pick up only a single meal daily. No meals may be eaten on site. Also, no adult meals may be purchased at this time. School Sites: Case Avenue Elementary: Lower drive (traffic loop off of Case Avenue) C. M. Musser Elementary: Cafeteria doors on Leslie Street side. West Hill Elementary: Main building entrance
C. M. Musser Elementary has been named a 2019-20 Title I Distinguished School. To receive this honor, a school had to show sustained academic growth for two consecutive years on the PSSAs, while being part of the Title I program. Congratulations to our Musser students and staff!