The following position is available for the 2019-20 school year: JROTC Instructor Officers must be retired from the Army in the grades of W-1 through W-5 or O-3 through O-6. Non Commissioned Officers must be retired from the Army in the grades of E-6 through E-9. Roles and Responsibilities: Army Regulations 145-2 and Cadet Command Regulation 145-2 contain specific information pertaining to the roles and responsibilities within the JROTC Program JROTC Directorate High School Brigade HG DAI (may or may not be in the structure) Senior Army Instructor (Department Head) Army Instructor For More Information, please visit: http://www.usarmyjrotc.com/employment/before_you_apply.php
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General Maintenance Worker Full-time, second shift, 3pm-11pm $12.50 / hour with full benefits Qualifications: You must possess a current valid driver’s license for the State of Pennsylvania. This person shall display the ability to effectively apply his/her expertise to the maintenance operations of the district as well as attain a satisfactory score on an aptitude test of general building trades and maintenance knowledge. To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty at an above average level. This individual must possess a current valid driver’s license for the state of Pennsylvania. The requirements listed below are representative of the [...]
There are many internet service providers that are now offering free hi-speed internet service during this COVID-19 Pandemic. Below you will find a link that will explain a handful of options for families without internet service or those with inadequate internet service. These providers are offering free service for 60 days. When phoning a provider to discuss your needs, be sure to ask them as many questions as possible and be sure to confirm what happens to your service after the 60 days. Guide to Internet Services during COVID-19 (PDF) Service Electric eLearning Offer (PDF) Cellular companies may offer tethering incentives [...]
Yesterday Governor Wolf announced that school districts are closed indefinitely. Shikellamy remains optimistic that we will be about to return to school at some point this school year. We are asking parents to assist us with keeping students academically engaged throughout the closure. During the school closure, the District has implemented an instructional plan in phases: Phase 1: A 2 week instructional plan on March 12. Phase 2: A list of resources are available on our website. Phase 3: Teachers in grades 6-12 have begun and will continue to place work online. For families in these grade levels that do not have internet, [...]
In an effort to help you keep learning, click on the attached links at the bottom of this page for educational resources. Stay healthy and keep learning. Elementary Online Resources.pdf High School Online Resources.pdf Middle School Online Resources.pdf
Monday, April 6, 2020 No food service will be provided on Friday April 10 and Monday April 13, as the district will be closed. Two days of food will be provided on Wednesday and Thursday Week of April 13 Shikellamy School District's breakfast and school lunch program will be altered to the following for Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday: Sites: Shikellamy MS (11-12:30 p.m.) Shikellamy HS (11-12:30 p.m.) Sunbury Community Center (11-12:30 p.m.) Week of April 20 food service will be provided on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday and will continue in this manner moving forward at the above sites. Two days worth [...]
Here is a link to the Center for Disease Control, which will provide you with helpful information related to the COVID -19 Here is a link to the World Health Organization (WHO), which will provide you with helpful information related to the COVID -19 The first lines of defense against all pathogens is still to simply wash our hands, use water-less hand sanitizer and clean our shared surfaces. Here is one of the better graphics that is updated frequently and is reliable. Up-to-date Information Click HERE to read a Press Release issued by the local superintendents.