ATTENTTION PARENTS/GUARDIANS/STUDENTS:
We were notified on November 23, 2020 by the PA Department of Health (DOH) and the PA Department of Education (PDE) that due to Fayette County now being in the “Substantial Category” for COVID-19 transmittals it is recommended that all schools in Fayette County transition to 100% remote learning while in the substantial category for two consecutive weeks. It was also recommended that we remain in the remote learning model until the county transitions into the “Moderate Category” for COVID-19 transmittals for two consecutive weeks. 
Please be aware that the Albert Gallatin Area School District will transition to full remote learning on December 1, 2020 and continue in the remote learning model, tentatively, until Friday, December 11, 2020. Teachers and students will follow the remote schedule that was utilized during the first four weeks of the 2020-21 school year. The District will still hold “virtual” parent teacher conferences on December 1st. We plan to return to our current model of “in-person instruction” on Monday, December 14, 2020 should the county have two consecutive weeks of data in the “Moderate Category”. However, should we need to remain in remote learning longer than December 11th we will give plenty of advanced notice and continue to keep you informed. Please check the district website daily for any updates and to receive the latest information.   As previously stated, we have been and will continue to stay in close communication with the Pennsylvania Department of Health throughout this COVID-19 Pandemic and will continue to follow all guidance from the DOH and PDE.

PLEASE VISIT OUR FOOD SERVICE PAGE (UNDER DEPARTMENTS) FOR MEAL ORDERING INFORMATION DURING REMOTE LEARNING

Safe2Say Something



Three ways to submit an anonymous tip:

  • Call the tip line:  1-844-SAF2SAY (1-844-723-2729)
  • Use the website:  www.safe2saypa.org
  • Use the mobile app available for Apple and Android devices (search for Safe2Say)
  • Safe2Say Something is an anonymous reporting system used by Pennsylvania's 500 school districts in coordination with local law enforcement and the Pennsylvania Office of the Attorney General.

    Safe2Say Something teaches middle and high school youth – and the adults around them – how to recognize warning signs and signals, especially within social media, from individuals who may be a threat to themselves or others and “Say Something” to a trusted adult, call 911 or use the Safe2Say Something anonymous reporting system.

    The Pennsylvania Office of Attorney General has developed the following resources for families:

  • Safe 2 Say Something Two-page Overview
  • Safe 2 Say Something Brochure
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