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The Clarion-Limestone Area School District Board of School Directors will host their regularly scheduled  meeting Thursday, June 23, 2022 at 5:30 PM in the high school auditorium.  This meeting will be livestreamed.   The agenda and livestream links will be posted below.

Current Events

June

23rd

5:30 PM - School Board Meeting

30th

Last Day of High School Summer School

July

4th

District Closed

No Summer School

5th

District Closed

No Summer School

7th

Last Day of Elementary Summer School

The Secretary of Health Order:

Order Vacated December 10, 2021

On Friday, December 10, 2021, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court affirmed the Order of the Commonwealth Court which vacated the Secretary of Health's Order stating students must wear masks in school buildings unless they had an exemption.  Now that the mask mandate has been vacated, the C-L School District has reinstated the Health and Safety Plan that was approved by the School Board on July 28, 2021.  This plan does NOT mandate face coverings; however, those who choose to wear them are welcome to do so, and their preference will be respected.  C-L will continue to practice physical distancing, hand washing etiquette, extra cleaning and ventilation, and contract tracing. ​

** Students must still continue to wear face coverings on school buses.**

It is required by the Secretary of Health's order that students wear masks in school buildings unless there is an exemption.  If you have not completed our link to declare if your child has an exemption or not, please do so ASAP. 

Dear Parents/Guardians:

 

The School Board approved the Health & Safety Plan for our district for the 2021-2022 school year. I have attached it as well as a simpler document that summarizes the main points to be communicated. Our goal is to return to normal, in-person learning following mandates. You will be receiving more information in August about class assignments and class schedules along with other pertinent information. For now, please review the documents attached. The first day of school for students is Wednesday, August 25th. Enjoy August and be safe!  

 

Mrs. Amy J. Glasl, Superintendent

Roaring with Pride

Administration

Substitute Superintendent

JJ Johnson

High School Principal

Mel Aaron

Elementary School Principal

Jonathan Quinn

The Clarion-Limestone School community is committed to providing students with a quality education in preparation for success in a diverse world. Therefore, we pride ourselves on creating a learning environment that enriches background knowledge with hands on experiences, which facilitate academic achievement and the sense of self-worth and accomplishment in every student. Students view successes and failures as learning experiences and knowledge as power. We strive to instill an attitude in every student that education is a continuous process that is essential to gain the knowledge, dispositions, and skills required to promote leadership in the classroom and community. 

We encourage creativity and optimal performance in all academic and extracurricular endeavors. In addition to academics, our students have an opportunity to participate in a wide array of studies: technical and business exploration, music, arts, health and physical education. We also provide numerous clubs and activities to accommodate the interests of our students. 

The Clarion-Limestone High School thrives on outstanding academic performance. The teachers and administration work diligently to ensure the best for every student and we have been successful at exceeding the expectations of the state Department of Education continuously. We will strive to maintain our reputation for academic excellence and approach every day with a student centered focus. At Clarion-Limestone School, “It’s all about the kids"!