Southern Columbia Area School District

  • The Cross Country Team were among the school groups who helped launch the Start with Hello initiative at Southern Columbia.

  • Southern Columbia Area High School earned lifetime status as a National Blue Ribbon School in 2016, being named a National Blue Ribbon Exemplary High Performing School. 

  • G.C. Hartman Elementary Center's playground equipment donated by H.A.R.T.

  • Southern Columbia Area Middle School

  • District Office Entry

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News and Announcements

Instructional Video on Accessing your Child’s SCASD Email Account

Below is a link to an instructional video on how parents can access their child’s SCASD school assigned email account in addition to instructions on how to access Microsoft Teams.

Click here to view the video.

Continuity of Education

Continuity of Education in Pennsylvania Schools

 

With COVID-19 related school closures extending through at least April 6, 2020, it is essential that all schools revisited their Continuity of Education (COE) efforts.

How to access Student's email

Click here to access instructions for Southern Columbia email.

March 30th Board Meeting to be Held Virtually

In an effort to enforce social distancing and still conduct necessary business, the Southern Columbia Area School District Board of Directors will hold its March 30th Board meeting virtually.  The public will have access to the virtual meeting. The Administration and IT Department are currently working out the details and more information will be provided as it becomes available.  Please check back for instructions on how to connect to the virtual meeting.

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Events

Special Features

Southern Columbia is engaged in a yearlong initiative to Soar into Space in hopes of being chosen as a downlink site for a live feed emanating from the International Space Station. If chosen, students and staff will be afforeded the unique opportunity to speak with the astronauts currently on the space station sometime in spring 2020. To help the District's application stand out among the rest, Literacy Specialist Lindy Novak and Library Manager Amanda Noblit, have created a set activities and events.Learn More

The Take 5 to Save Lives program outlines 5 things that we can all do to work together to prevent suicide.The campaign encourages everyone to take five minutes out of their day to complete five prevention-focused action steps: 1. Learn the Signs: Take a few minutes to learn the warning signs of suicide. 2. Know How to Help- Know what to say and do if someone you know is struggling.3. Practice Self-Care- MLearn More