Charleroi High School FCCLA Invites You to Attend a Superhero and Princess Breakfast Fundraiser
Congrats to Charleroi Jr High Wrestling Program! Chris Vargo won the Norwin Jr High Wrestling Tournament (Southwest Regionals)
Congratulations to Jon Vargo on winning the WPIAL championship! Jon is now a 2-time WPIAL Champion!
Congratulations to Charleroi Senior, John Vargo, who recently captured his second consecutive WPIAL wrestling championship this past weekend at Canon- McMillan High School. We wish John the best of luck at the WPIAL Southwest Regional Finals next weekend at Indiana University of Pennsylvania.
Charleroi Area School District School Cancellation Make-Up Days
February 18, June 5, June 6 and June 7, 2019
School will now be in session on the dates listed above.
Graduation will be held on Friday, June 7, 2019
It is important to note that April 18 through April 23, 2019 will still be our regularly scheduled spring break.
Congratulations to the following Charleroi Area High School Students who were selected to perform in the Washington County Honors Band.:
9th Grade Gia Hall
9th Grade Shyla Molish
9th Grade Maddie Vieck
12th Grade Megan McIlvaine
12th Grade Warren Hammond
12 th Grade Virginia Roberts
Charleroi School District Awarded STEM Grant
PAsmart Advancing Grants
Just yesterday, Governor Tom Wolf announced $9.6 million in PAsmart advancing grants will be distributed to 23 partnerships across Pennsylvania to help support quality educational opportunities and experiences to K-12 students in computer science and STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math). Advancing grant recipients, grant program names, and funding amounts are listed below.
Grant Recipient: South Fayette School District
Grant Program Name: The STEAM Studio Model for Innovation: Building Robust Learning Ecologies and Pathways in Computer Science
Grant Program Description: The STEAM Studio Model for Innovation: Building Robust Learning Ecologies and Pathways in Computer Science is a program designed to expand access to high-quality computing education for all. The eight partnering pilot districts served through this grant are a microcosm of the education systems in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, representing rural, urban, and suburban schools, serving a diverse population. The districts include: Carmichaels and Jefferson-Morgan in Greene County; Charleroi School District in Washington County; Brownsville Area School District in Fayette County; Beechwood Elementary, Manchester Academic Charter, Pittsburgh Allegheny K-5, and South Fayette Township school districts in Allegheny County. Supported by Matt’s Maker Space Foundation, this collaboration is designed to better understand how to remove barriers and challenges for all schools in the Commonwealth.
Program components include:
= Developing a PA statewide online education platform for teaching introductory CS/STEM education across grades K-8; co-creating introductory CS/STEM curricula,
= Assessments, professional development; and developing a cyclical feedback loop to support quality implementation.
Researchers from the University of Pittsburgh and Clemson University will evaluate ways to increase equitable participation in the CS activities, particularly among girls and students of color by focusing on technology-driven collaborative problem-solving. Digital Promise researchers will focus on gauging students' and teachers' conceptual understanding of key competencies in computer science.
Grant Amount: $499,613
Dear Charleroi Area Learning Community:
The Charleroi Area School District is committed to creating and sustaining a comprehensive, coordinated effort to improve the overall safety and well-being of our students, educators, and administrators
We believe this effort must involve community-wide programs and initiatives involving parents, teachers, administrators, local law enforcement, mental health and wellness professionals, and elected officials to take meaningful action to protect our students.
The “Safe2Say Something” (S2SS) anonymous reporting system has been implemented in our district. This program is mandated under PA state law/Act 44. It teaches students, teachers, and administrators how to recognize potential warning signs and signals, especially on social media, from individuals who may be a threat to themselves or others. It encourages students to Say Something to a trusted adult OR use its anonymous reporting system. Specifically, the program educates participants to:
Recognize the signs and signals of at-risk behaviors – including on social media
Take every sign and signal seriously and act quickly to get help by talking to a trusted adult OR
Report it anonymously through the S2SS Office of the Attorney General 24/7 Crisis Center, mobile app, or website
Respond to and manage the submitted tip via school-based multi-disciplinary educator and administrator teams
Sustain the curriculum and awareness via student clubs, in-school activities, and call-to-action weeks
Our students are our most important resource in keeping our students safe because they are often aware of the problems their peers are facing. S2SS teaches our students how to recognize danger signs in their surroundings and on social media, and empowers them to act quickly with the assistance of trained and caring adults.
In order to keep the channels of communications open and clear, we want to inform our families about the required training that is scheduled for the week of February 4, 2019. Students in grades 5-12 will be trained on how to report concerns to a trusted adult or use the anonymous reporting system. Our goal is to provide families with an opportunity to preview the content prior to the training. Copies of the S2SS brochure and training video are listed below for your review.
S2SS Training Video (Grades 5-8)
S2SS Training Video (Grades 9-12)
The S2SS program is provided by Sandy Hook Promise (SHP), a nationwide non-profit organization dedicated to keeping our students safe. SHP’s programs are used in all 50 states, with 10,000+ schools and over 5.5 million students and adults trained. They have the track record, reputation, and knowledge to work effectively with kids, parents, and teachers to improve school safety and culture. They also have the funding to provide and sustain a research-based and age-appropriate program at NO COST to school districts across the state.
We anticipate that S2SS will help stop school shootings, suicides, and gun threats; help identify bullying and cyber bullying; and help mitigate cutting, drug use, racial conflicts, and other acts of violence and victimization.
Dr. Edward J Zelich
Superintendent, Charleroi Area School District
2019-2020 Kindergarten Registration
Pre-Kindergarten Registration for 2019-20
CASD Presents Peter Pan a Musical Adventure on March 1st, 2nd and 3rd, 2019!
Now Hiring Substitutes Cafeteria Workers
Want to work the same hours as your children?
Want weekends off?
The Charleroi Area School District Cafeteria is the place for you!
The Charleroi Area School District is accepting applications for Substitutes Cafeteria workers for the start of the 2019-2020 School Year. The positions available vary in start times, and the pay rate is $7.25 per hour.
Mandatory clearances and trainings include Act 126 – Mandated Reporter Training, Act 151 – PA Child Abuse Clearance, Act 34 – PA Criminal Clearance, and Act 114 – Federal Fingerprint Clearance.
Applications can be found online at charleroisd.org or in the Administrative Office located on campus. If you have any questions, please contact Rob Lenhart at 724-483-3573 extension 3028.
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CASDEF Stadium Walk Buy A Brick Program
Charleroi Area School District Education Foundation Buy A Brick Program helps provide classroom programs and materials, new technology and scholarships for students of the Charleroi Area School District.
CASD Open Records Officer:
125 Fecsen Drive
Charleroi, PA 15022
Phone: (724) 483-3509
Fax: (724) 483-3776