MTSD Health & Safety Plan & State Regulations
School Reopening & Learning Options
The Millcreek Township School District School Board met during the special school board meeting on Monday, August 3, 2020, and approved the Enhanced A/B Hybrid Learning Option for K-12, featuring a schedule for two days on-campus and three days of virtual learning.
The complete Health & Safety Plan reviewed and approved is available to review below.
We are excited to share The 2020-2021 School Reopening Plan with our staff, parents, and, students as we continue to prepare for the start of the school year on Tuesday, September 8, 2020.2020 Reopening Plan – 8/4/20
Approved Health & Safety Plan Draft — 8/3/20
MTSD Health Safety Plan
Phased Reopening Covid-19 Pandemic 2020-2021
Updated from the PDE 8/10/2020
Determining Instructional Models During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Recommendations for Pre-K to 12 Schools
In response to school leaders' need for additional guidance as to the risk of COVID-19 transmission in their communities, the Departments of Health and Education are providing recommendations to Pre-K to 12 schools for use when making decisions related to the instructional models used during the 2020-21 school year.
The Pennsylvania Department of Education (PDE) released preliminary guidelines for reopening schools on June 3, 2020, which indicate a Health & Safety plan must first be developed and approved, serving as the local guideline for all school reopening activities.
All reopening plans for MTSD will be required to follow Governor Wolf’s Process to Reopen Pennsylvania, including plans for the red, yellow, and green phases. PDE plans to release additional guidelines and information in the coming weeks. For additional information on the Pennsylvania Department of Education’s COVID-19 guidelines please visit: Coronavirus Guidance and Resources for School Communities.
This page will continue to be updated as new regulations and guidelines are released by the Pennsylvania Department of Education, Erie County Department of Health, CDC, and Governor Wolf.
The Millcreek Township School District will continue to adhere to the Pennsylvania Department of Education’s guidance in conjunction with the Centers for Disease Control, and the Pennsylvania Department of Health.
The priority of the district will be to deliver enriching and challenging learning curriculum, provide essential resources for students and staff, foster student and staff mental and physical wellness, and maintain ongoing essential communication to parents, staff, students and the community throughout this dynamic and fluid school year.
Please refer to the complete Health & Safety Plan available for download below with all MTSD District requirements, action steps and resources to be implemented in each phase.