TRAFFORD ELEMENTARY REOPENING HEALTH AND SAFETY PLAN
CHANGE IN LUNCHES IN THE CAFETERIA
Please be aware that service changes have been made in the cafeteria. We have moved to a contact free service model and all lunch items will be served by Aramark cafeteria staff. Please be mindful of sanitizing stations, floor markings and directional signage. A mask must always be worn in the cafeteria until seated and consuming food. New touchless scanners have been installed to replace old checkout pin-pads and all students will be issued a lunch barcode scan card to checkout at lunch. We look forward to providing you with the same lunch experience while keeping each other safe and healthy.
The Penn-Trafford School School District continues to prepare its students with 21st Century trends in education. Penn-Trafford School District will provide a Chromebook for each student grades 1-12 and an iPad to each kindergarten student, ensuring we graduate students who can work digitally, collaborate meaningfully, and communicate in connected, real-world ways. Please fill out the registration form below, indivdually for each student.
Kennywood Picnic DayTrafford Elementary School
First Day of SchoolTrafford Elementary School
Labor DayTrafford Elementary School
Picture DayTrafford Elementary School
Act 80 Day - No SchoolTrafford Elementary School
Early Dismissal - 1:30 pmTrafford Elementary School
Thanksgiving breakTrafford Elementary School
Winter BreakTrafford Elementary School
Act 80 - No schoolTrafford Elementary School
No SchoolTrafford Elementary School
IMPORTANT WEB SITES
STUDENT ASSISTANCE PROGRAM
What is the Student Assistance Program?
The Student Assistance Program is designed to provide various services to meet your child’s social, emotional, behavioral, and academic needs.
The primary goal of the Student Assistance Program is to identify students at risk and help those students to overcome barriers in order for them to be successful in their everyday lives.
Another goal of the Student Assistance Program is to facilitate collaboration between home and school and provide interventions and/or referrals to internal or external support services in order to address student needs.
Please see attached brochure.
What is Title I
Title I is a federally funded program designed to provide assistance to struggling readers. The goal is to have each student attain a proficient reading level based on the Pennsylvania State Standards. Schools receive Title I funding based on the percentage of students who receive Free and Reduced Meals.
Parent & Family Engagement
Please visit the link below to learn more about ways to promote Parent and Family Engagement in our schools.