Community Spotlight


  •  2016-17 Calendar Update
    Click on the link below for information related to the calendar for the
    final week of the 2016-17 school year

    Sharon City School District
    To learn more about the Sharon City School District view our video by clicking
    on the picture above

      "Paws"itively Proud"
    Students Experiment at 11th Annual Science Fair Exposition
     Case Avenue students recently experimented with investigative inquiry science projects at the 11th Annual Science Exposition.  Over 100 projects were submitted in three categories (Forces and Motion, Changes, and Plants and Animals) and judged from members from the school district and community. To read more about this event, please click here for a Sharon Herald news article. 
    Highest Honors:
    Forces and Motion-
    Mia Labbiento, Savannah Franklin, Gene Metro
    Plants and Animals-
    Emma Miller, Norah Butchy, Noah Ostheimer
    Nikhiya Crawford, Nina Hacker, Grace Calla
    Sixth Grade Students Experience STEAM Day at Penn State Shenango
    WFMJ.com News
    Penn State Shenango and the Sharon City School District partnered up to provide the second annual STEAM Day on November 21, 2016. STEAM day is a unique experience offered to over 150 sixth grade students in the Sharon City School District. The acronym, STEAM, which stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math, is part of a larger movement to include the arts and creativity within the typical STEM fields.
    As part of STEAM Day, Penn State Shenango faculty provided hands-on STEAM activities for the students to foster excitement and interest in the STEAM fields. This day provided a unique opportunity for the middle school students to learn in a college classroom and to visit a college campus that is in their own community. Students spent an entire school day on the Shenango Campus exploring hands-on activities, including DNA- Molecules of Life, Chemistry, Building a Big Sculpture, Synthia’s Den, Magic in Math, Bacteria: The Dark Truth, and a class on the heart and CPR.   The daylong event included a treat that Penn State students and fans know all too well, Penn State Berkey Ice Cream.

     Support Our Troops!

    SCHOOL PUBLICITY INFORMATION:  Throughout the school year, students' pictures and names are placed in articles in the Newsletter, local newspapers, and this website to inform the community-at-large about the unique projects and programs that are taking place in the Sharon City School District.  If you DO NOT wish to have your child(ren)'s name and/or pictures used in such publications, please notify the Superintendent’s Office at (724)983-4000.

    For questions/comments regarding the information listed on our webpage, please contact the Website Coordinators,
    tracey_csatlos@sharon.k12.pa.us or dave_tomko@sharon.k12.pa.us 


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  • Tiger Techs Robotics Team Places Second at North American Robotics Tournament


    The Tiger Techs Robotics Team recently competed at the North American Robotics Tournament at LEGOLAND California.  While at the tournament, the team placed second with Strategy and Innovation of thier robot design.  The Techs competed against 80 teams from around the world and the United States.   Congratulations to the team for this accomplishment! To read more about the Tiger Techs, please click here.


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  • Cyber Charters: The $450 million scam on taxpayers

    PCCY website December 16, 2016

    With school districts stressed by PA’s inadequate education funding, they must make sure every penny is spent wisely.  Cyber charter schools, however, are a huge cost to districts and wisdom doesn’t factor into the equation.  School districts spent $450 million last year on cyber charter schools. The state’s cyber charter sector – the second largest in the country – continues to grow as does the tremendous amount of money that school districts must pay to cybers. In southeast Pennsylvania alone, the tab for cyber charters was over $132.5 million – a $42 million increase in the past five years.  If cyber charter schools were a sound educational investment, maybe they’d be worth the millions spent. But PA’s cyber charter schools have consistently been among the lowest performing in the state, with 90% of them languishing in the bottom fifth of schools statewide last year. No cyber school has ever met the state performance standards set in 2013.

    They waste tax dollars, ‘upload’ funding out of every school, and districts still have to pay them.  



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  • Naloxone Policy Guidelines

    As a means of enhancing the health and safety of our students, staff and visitors, the Sharon City School District has approved a policy that permits the obtaining, maintenance and administration of doses of the opioid antagonist Naloxone (Narcan) for emergency use to assist a student, staff member or other individual believed or suspected to be experienceing an opioid overdose.  The link below contains information specific to the availibility of the product, the symptoms of an overdose and how students and staff should report such an overdose.

    Naloxone Guidelines


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  • Policy Block

    The Sharon  City School District maintains an  up-to-date policy manual which includes all active and proposed policies, rules and regulations of the district.  As per Commonwealth of Pennsylvania regulation we are providing required notice of the policies listed in the Annual Notice link below.  The full text of all policies can be found on the Sharon City School District website using the following pathway:  www.sharon.k12.pa.us > Administration > Policies

     Annual Notice


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  • bus Please click the icon to review the full IDEIA Childfind Notice for the Sharon City School District.

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  • Opportunity Scholarship Tax Credit Program information can be found at the following website:  www.newpa.com/ostc  .  Additional information from the Department of Education can be found by clicking on this link: OSTCP.  For the 2016-17 school year this program is only available to C. M. Musser. West Hill and Sharon Middle School Parents/Guardians.

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  • Tiger Paw  “Only public schools, operated by school districts with elected school boards are open to all children and fully accountable to all taxpayers.”

    Baruch Kintisch, Director of Policy Advocacy, Education Law Center, in testimony before the PA House Democratic Policy Committee, July 17, 2012

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