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Over the past several weeks, Bradford County began experiencing increases in the number of Covid-19 cases. As a result, the Towanda Area School District has seen an increase in the number of cases within the district, especially with staff. Currently, our J. Andrew Morrow Primary School has been virtual for this very reason. Following a brief virtual stint, the Towanda Area Elementary School has remained steady with very few current cases. Unfortunately, we have recently had several staff members need to quarantine at the Jr/Sr High School. Currently in the district, 40 staff members are quarantining for assorted reasons, along with many students. It is our goal to get our staff and students in the district as healthy as possible, especially around the Thanksgiving holiday.
The Towanda Area School District is pleased to announce that they will be providing bagged breakfast/lunches to all TASD students and family members, living within the same household under the age of 18, during selected virtual days. The food deliveries will take place on Tuesday, November 24th and Thursday, December 3rd. Students will be provided with 3 breakfasts and 3 lunches on those dates. Deliveries will take place by students regular bus and van routes on a delayed time schedule. Buses and vans will pick up the food at the school starting at 10:00 AM, then proceed to their routes. Parents/guardians are also welcomed to pick up meals at the Towanda Elementary School on State Street between 11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. on those dates.
Pictured is Giovanni Assante Di Cupillo, Lorie Gardner (Head of High School Cafeteria), Lilyann Sproule. They each won a $25 gift card to The Community Cup. Other winners won gift cards to the Country Cottage, Wendy’s, Subway, Sheetz, and Dandy Mini Marts.
At A Glance
- 15:1 Student Teacher Ratio
- 90.2% Graduation Rate
- 59.8% ELA Achievement
- 42.4% Math Achievement