2017 Opening Day
It is with great excitement and anticipation that we welcome all employees Back to School! Hopefully, your summer break was both relaxing and rejuvenating and you are ready to jump start another year of learning. In preparation for our time together, an overview of the schedule and planned activities, is provided below:
Tuesday, August 22
- Building Day (Teachers Report to their Respective Buildings)
Wednesday, August 23
- All Staff Opening Day (All Staff Members Report to the JSHS Auditorium)
Click here for Opening Day Welcome Letter
Click here to RSVP for All Staff Lunch on Wednesday, August 23
Click here to view Opening Day Health and Wellness Sessions for Professional Staff
Click here to sign up for Opening Day Health and Wellness Sessions for Professional Staff
Click here for United Way Form - Campaign Flyer
Click here for United Way Form - Personal Day Incentive
Click here for United Way Form - Personal Day Agreement Form
Act 153 of 2014 Criminal Background:
Criminal Background Checks and Child Abuse Clearances
The Pennsylvania General Assembly amended the Child Protective Services Law (the CPSL) several times over the past year. The most recent changes were through Act 153 of 2014.
Act 153 is effective December 31, 2014.
Employees whose clearances are dated prior to December 31, 2010 need to obtain updated child abuse and criminal (state and federal) background reports by December 31, 2015.
Those employees who were grandfathered and never had clearances need to obtain clearances by December 31, 2015.
Employees whose clearances are dated after December 31, 2010 will expire five (5) years after their issue date (and not one’s date of hire). These employees will need to obtain updated clearances before their expiration dates.
Clearances may be dated within one (1) year of an employee’s date of hire or renewal.
An employee is not required to secure updated clearances outside of their three (3) year cycle when the following event(s) occur:
· When he/she transfers from one position to another within our district.
· When he/she changes their status of employment within our district, for example, changing from full time to part time, changing from regular to substitute; or
· When substitutes are reported on the Board Agenda each year so long as their employment is uninterrupted.
Online Criminal Background Checks and Child Abuse Clearances