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  • DUNCANNON BOROUGH WATER LINE REPLACEMENT AFFECTING BUS STOPS STARTING JANUARY 17, 2023

    Update #1:Phase 1 of the construction project in Duncannon Borough is complete, and those students on High School/Middle School Bus 13, High School/Middle School Bus 14 and Elementary Bus 10 who were previously affected by a bus stop change can return to their normal bus stop on the morning of Monday, January 30th. 

    Phase 2, affecting buses beginning Monday, January 30, will impact students on High School/Middle School Bus 19 and Elementary Bus 16 as follows:

    • All students  who get on or off the bus at High Street and Mary Street will have their stop temporarily moved to High Street and Rachel Street
    • All students  who get on or off the bus at High Street and Martha Street will have their stop temporarily moved to Market Street and Clark Street
    • All students who get on or off the bus at High Street and Clark Street will have their stop temporarily moved to Market Street and Clark Street.

    The District will remain in contact with you to communicate any changes to Phase 2, and to communicate updates on the next phases as they arise.  

    Previous Information:  An upcoming construction project in Duncannon Borough will affect the pickup and dropoff locations of students along High Street between Chestnut Street and Mary Street.  We have been informed that the project is scheduled to begin on Monday, January 16 and last for approximately three months.  

    Bus routes affected are High School/Middle School (H/M) routes 13, 14 and 19, and Elementary (ES) routes 10, 14 and 16. 

    Phase 1, affecting buses beginning Tuesday January 17 and lasting for approximately three (3) weeks, will impact students as follows:

    • All students on H/M Bus 13 and ES Bus 10 who get on or off the bus at High Street and Cherry Street will have their stop temporarily moved to High Street and Green Street.

    • All students on H/M Bus 14 and ES Bus 10 who get on or off the bus at 500 N. High Street will have their stop temporarily moved to Hickory Street and Market Street.  


    This information has been sent to affected families in an email, and we will remain in contact with affected families to communicate any changes, as well as the next phases of the project as they arise.

    You may view a map of the project, provided by the construction company, here: Project Map

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  • INCLEMENT WEATHER REMINDERS 2022-23

    Please click the link below to view a letter which was emailed to parents/guardians on October 19, 2022, which outlines important information regarding the District's inclement weather procedures.  

    Winter Weather Schedule Reminders 2022-23

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  • TRANSPORTATION COMMUNICATION REGARDING DRIVER SHORTAGES AND PICKUP/DROP-OFF TIMES

    Please click the link below to view a letter from Mr. Peter Bard, Assistant to the Superintendent for Finance and Operations, regarding transportation driver shortages and pickup/drop-off times.  

    The letter from Mr. Bard can be accessed here: Transportation Letter - 09/07/2022

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    • ATHLETIC TICKET PRICES 2022-23

      The admission price for all JV and Varsity regular season events is $2.00 for all school-aged children through adults 65 years of age.  

      All PECO, playoff or tournament "play day" events are excluded and will have separate pricing.

      Senior citizens may pick up a season pass for free by coming into the HS Office and requesting a pass. These passes are not good for PECO, playoffs or tournament "play day" events.

      The following sports charge a $2.00 admission price during the regular season:  Football, Girls Soccer, Boys Soccer, Field Hockey, Wrestling, Girls Basketball, and Boys Basketball.

      There is no admission charge for the following sports during the regular season:  Cross Country, Baseball, Softball, Track and Field and all regular season Junior High/ Middle School sports (with the exception of Junior High Wrestling as they are attached to our Varsity matches).

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  • VISITOR MANAGEMENT SYSTEM - IDENT-A-KID

    Beginning with the 2022-23 school year, our district will implement a new visitor management system in each of our school buildings.  Please see the following letter from Dr. Jon Fox, Superintendent, regarding the implementation of this new system.

    The letter from Dr. Fox can be accessed here:  Ident-A-Kid Letter - 8/17/2022

     

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  • 2022-23 HACC CERTIFICATE OF RESIDENCY APPLICATION

    New for 2022-23!  The HACC Certificate of Residency application for Susquenita School District can now be completed online.  Students can find the application by navigating to www.susq.k12.pa.us/community and then clicking "HACC Certificate of Residency Application" on the left.

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    2022-23 PRELIMINARY GENERAL FUND BUDGET

    Please click the link below to view the 2022-23 preliminary General Fund budget:
    2022-23 Preliminary General Fund Budget

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