News & Announcements

Regular Meeting of the SCSD Board of Directors Moved to SCE

The SCSD Board Meeting scheduled for Monday, September 20, 2021, will be held in person at Spring Cove Elementary School at 7 PM. Face coverings are required at this meeting in accordance with the current Order of the Acting Secretary of Health. In lieu of attending the meeting of the SCSD Board of Directors, in person, with a mask, you may email any input to the Board at

SCSD Early Dismissal Time Moved Up Due to Road Closures

Due to flooding and road closures, we need to move up the time of our early dismissal today, Wednesday, September 1. Secondary schools will dismiss at 10:30 and elementary schools will dismiss at 11:15. The GACTC will be closed all day for in-person instruction. AM and PM GACTC classes will be held virtually today. All after-school activities are cancelled for today.

America’s Farmers Grow Communities

If you are actively farming 250 acres or more, please go to to enroll for a chance to help our school become eligible for a $5,000 grant.

Two-Hour Delay - September 2, 2021

The Spring Cove School District will be operating on a two-hour delay, tomorrow, Thursday, September 2 due to flooding. No breakfast will be served.

SCSD Comprehensive Plan

The SCSD Comprehensive Plan and other related, state-mandated plans for 2021-24 are now available for public review. These plans are slated for approval by the Board of Directors on September 20, 2021.

Masking Requirements

We understand that misinformation is being communicated in regard to masking requirements in the Spring Cove School District.  Our Health and Safety Plan, which is posted on our website at, provides the accurate information.  That plan states, “Masks/face coverings are optional for all individuals (staff, students, parents/guardians, and visitors), regardless of vaccination status, in District offices, classrooms and at school-sponsored events per expiration of the PA required mandate.  The District will require compliance with any state or federal orders which require masks/face coverings on public transportation, including buses and vans.  All school vehicles will maintain a supply of masks.”  Currently, masks ARE mandated by federal order on public transportation. The PA Dept. of Education has reiterated that our school vehicles ARE considered public transportation.  Therefore, as long as the federal mandate is in effect, our District will comply with requiring masks on school buses/vans.  Should that mandate be removed in the future, masking on buses/vans would become optional at that time.

Employment Opportunities

Do you have any neighbors, friends or family members looking for employment—particularly part-time?
Positions for 2021-22, including custodians, paraprofessionals, coaches, substitutes, and food service workers are available.
Please send your friends and family to our website for more details:
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