• Return to School

    During this unprecedented time of change, we know that the 2020-2021 school year will look different and we are implementing health and safety measures to protect our students, staff, and families.

     

    The circumstances related to COVID-19 evolve rapidly, and we will update our plans frequently based on guidance from local, commonwealth, and national guidelines.

    NASD Health & Safety Plan


    NASD Education Plan

     

    Return to School Update - September 23, 2020

     

    On Wednesday, September 23, the North Allegheny Board of School Directors announced that they will hold a special meeting on Monday, September 28 at 7:00 p.m. to vote to modify the 2020-2021 Education Plan. 
     
    Proposed Update to 2020-2021 Education Plan 
    The North Allegheny Board of School Directors will vote to move to a full five-day In-Person instruction phase on Monday, October 19 for grades K-5. The Hybrid phase for K-5 students would end on Friday, October 16. In preparation for this change, students in grades K-5 would be required to complete a re-registration form between September 29 - October 4, 2020, to select In-Person instruction five days a week or NA Cyber Academy. This selection will be for the remainder of Quarter 1 through Quarter 2. 
     
    Students in grades 6-12 will continue to have two options, In-Person Hybrid phase or NA Cyber Academy for quarter 2. Students in grades 6-12 would be required to complete a re-registration form between October 5 - October 9, 2020, to select from the In-Person Hybrid phase or NA Cyber Academy.  
     
    While we have health and safety plans to support the return of all students, decisions to move from five days of In-Person instruction back into the Hybrid phase or Remote Learning will be driven by information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Pennsylvania Department of Health, Pennsylvania Department of Education, and Allegheny County Health Department. Additionally, the North Allegheny School District Superintendent will continue to have the authority to change the phase of In-Person instruction based on the health and wellness of the students and staff in each building.