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  • Alert: We have compiled a list of questions and answers around the COVID-19 closure. Please check the COVID-19 FAQ page in the "Quick Links" button below for updated information.
  • School Closings/Delays:

    The Governor has extended the school closure indefinitely.  Will will inform you when the closure is lifted. 

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District News

COVID-19 Instructional Plans

The purpose of this letter is to communicate with our families regarding the instruction your child will receive for the remainder of the third marking period and the fourth marking period of the 2019-2020 school year.  

Special Education COVID-19 Information

Beginning Monday, April 6, 2020, Central Fulton School District ​ is committed to making a good​ faith effort to provide continuity of education, planned instruction, appropriate, and reasonable services for students while our school districts are closed due to COVID-19.

COVID-19 Closure FAQ Page FAQ logo

We have created a Frequently Asked Questions page about the school closure for COVID-19.  Please check it frequently as it will be updated as new questions arise and we receive updated information.

Reminders on when to remain at home person with fever

As a reminder as the cold and flu season are upon us, sending your student to school sick increases the chance of other students becoming ill. Please review and follow these guidelines to help support your student as well as those that may be immunocompromised or medically fragile within our school community.

COVID-19 Update COVID-19 image

As the COVID-19 coronavirus continues to be a primary topic in the news, we wanted to share how this virus relates to our district and what we are doing to be prepared. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention has advised school districts to review their emergency preparedness plans, which includes responding to potential pandemic outbreaks, and we are undertaking this action.

Additional measures include: 

  • Monitoring daily attendance for students, faculty, and staff
  • Daily disinfecting of student desks, classroom tables, doorknobs, faucet handles, and light switches
  • Keeping abreast of information found on various sources such as the Center for Disease Control, PA Department of Health, and PA Department of Education     
Broadband Needs Assessment internet cables

SAP&DC was recently awarded a grant from the Appalachian Regional Commission to complete an analysis of broadband needs in the region. The study will inventory existing broadband assets, identify gaps in service, and develop a plan for improving connectivity throughout the region. As part of the study, SAP&DC is conducting a survey to assess current levels of broadband service and needs.

2019 District V Boys Soccer Champions after Undefeated Regular Season District V Championships

Spartans Capture District 5 Championship after Undefeated Regular Season

NEW Changes to Compulsory Attendance in 2020
Future Ready Index / ESSA Federal Report 21st-century-ready

District Report Card