Use Policy for Technology
PA Youth Experiencing Homelessness
you know that you can fill out the free-and-reduced-lunch application
online? Click here for
Resources for Parents
Parent's Guide to Internet Safety (from the FBI)
and Internet Safety (from
browser is specially designed to limit Internet web sites that children
can access. They also prevent pop-up ads while browsing. Read more about
on our technology blog.
Title I Services
Elementary Parental Involvement Policy
School District Parental Involvement Policy
Department of Health
a copy of your child's Body Mass Index (BMI) report,
please contact Mrs. Petula King at KHS or Mrs. Dawn Keighley at
Mrs. King: pking [at] keyknox [dot] com or 814.797.1261
Mrs. Keighley: dkeighley [at] keyknox [dot] com or
Lice Brochure from the PA Department of Health
Due to Pennsylvania State Laws and Regulations, the
school nurse is no longer able to administer ANY medications
from home without a doctor's order.
a list of "healthy" web sites provided by our school nurse.
Doctor-approved health information about children's
health designed for kids, teens, and parents. Created by The
Nemours Foundation's Center for Children's Health Media.
Information about the PA Growth Screening Program
and state health priorities.
Dole 5 A Day
Fun ideas for parents, kids, teachers, and school
food service directors for promoting and eating more fruits and
Student Support Services
Student Support Services (S.S.S.)
innovative program that strives to maximize individual student success
in the regular classroom while at the same time serving as a screening
process for students who may be in need of special education services.
is a positive,
success-oriented team that uses specific assessment and intervention
techniques to help remove educational, behavioral or other stumbling
blocks for all students in the regular classroom.
Any elementary school student who experiences consistent academic or
behavioral problems may be a candidate for
classroom teacher, other educators, or parents identify students for
The S.S.S. process involves three steps:
studentís need for academic or behavioral support.
Determining the strategies needed to
assist the students.
Implementing intervention strategies
through a continuum of services.
For more information or assistance, see the links below
or contact the Elementary Office.
of Special Education Students~
A copy of the Notice of Proposed Settlement of
Class Action Lawsuit regarding the settlement of the lawsuit
known as Gaskin v. Pennsylvania Department of Education is
available at the
PDE web site for your perusal.
Additional information is published on the
Public Interest Law Center of Philadelphia's web site.
and Youth Health
For parents of children from preschool on up, this
site brings together current information on all topics
pertinent to family health concerns in a user friendly
From Boystown, a no nonsense approach to talking to
kids and optimizing your parenting skills; covers lots of
issues the others don't, like parent burn-out, children
showing anti-social behavior, threats and aggression in
Includes ideas on activities, babies, food,
education, parenting and travel for the family seeking
easily accessible information online; not to mention
Infoseek's GO Network search engine for easy information
Searchable site with lots of resources for families
who are truly involved with their kids; lots of the usual
features we see on parent sites plus a clickable map to find
local school websites - very family friendly.
to Keep Your Children Reading All Summer