Line Mountain Art
Line Mountain High School art students were awarded a “Best of Show” ribbon for their Art Display at this year’s 149th Gratz Fair.
Congratulations to all the students who had a part in creating art for the exhibit and/or helped in setting up the presentation. The exhibit will run through Saturday, September 23rd.
Line Mountain Senior Yearbook
Visit the class of 2024 Teams page to get the senior yearbook code. If purchased before Nov. 10, the class will contribute $30 towards the book cost. After Nov. 10, no contribution is made by the class. See or email Mrs. Heim with questions.
Dental examinations will be held on Tuesday October 3rd at the High School and Wednesday October 4th at the Elementary School for students in grades K-12. Please complete the SCREENING FORM and return to your child’s school nurse for your child to receive an examination.
The Line Mountain Elementary School has implemented an online bus request system from PickUp Patrol. You can click on the logo to visit the website to sign up to handle all your bussing requests.
The Line Mountain School Board meeting on Tuesday, September 26th, 2023 at 6:30pm will be held in the High School Library
CSIU Special Education
Click HERE for the CSIU Annual Notice for the 2022-2023 school year
The Line Mountain School District is enrolled in HEALTHY ROSTER which connects athletes and parents of the Line Mountain School District with our Certified Athletic Trainer, Breanna Ebright. Please download the documents on how to set up your smart phone and how to communicate with the Athletic Trainer. The documents can be found under the Athletics section at this link.
Stephen Kelley, Athletic Director
Please CLICK HERE to access Capital Blue Cross machine-readable files in compliance with the Transparency in Coverage Final Rule
Please visit the School’s Nurse and Health webpage for information regarding student health, downloadable forms, and BMI information.
School Wellness Policy #246 – Annual Information
Wellness/Advisory Committee and Wellness Policy Triennial Assessment Report
Any parent or community member interested in serving on the Wellness/Advisory Committee, please contact Joanna Hovenstine at: firstname.lastname@example.org The Line Mountain School District Policy entitled: “School Wellness Policy #246” can be found at the following link: https://www.linemountain.com/policy-200 You can participate in the development, implementation, periodic review, and updating of this policy by filling out a suggestion form by CLICKING HERE. The Wellness Triennial Assessment Report can be found at the following link:
Wellness Policy Assessment Tool And Report 2021
Low-income families still have time to sign up for advance child tax credit payments. CLICK HERE to find out more.
LET US PAY YOUR RENT & UTILITIES – Emergency Rental Assistance Program
Click HERE for more information
Microsoft Teams Acceptable Use Policy
Just a reminder to all students, and parents of younger children, the Microsoft Teams Online Learning program is to be used for school related activities and studies only; which includes the chat functionality. Students must adhere to the district-wide Acceptable Use Of Technology By Students policy number 815.1. This policy can be found by CLICKING HERE.
Getting Started with Microsoft Teams
Mental Health and Crisis Management
With all the conversation surrounding COVID-19, we understand that it can cause students to feel nervous and anxious. It is important to help your student manage and cope with these feelings. The following link outlines how parents can help their child(ren) during this uncertain time.
Mental Health Resources
As a parent, you may be aware of changes in your teen’s behavior but may not know how to proceed. Crisis Clinic has put out Helpful Advice For Parents to help with communicating with your child.
The Superintendent’s Advisory Council recently met at the Central Susquehanna Intermediate Unit 16 for their monthly meeting. The group of 16 superintendents reviewed all of the most current recommendations from the Pennsylvania Department of Education, The Center for Disease Control, and the Pennsylvania Department of Health, and met with a local health and emergency management official to discuss the current state of COVID 19, both locally and statewide.
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Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program
For those families in the Line Mountain School District, you may be eligible for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), which is a program that helps supplement your monthly grocery budget to help put nutritious foods on your family’s table. If your child(ren) receives free or reduced lunch at school, your household may be eligible for SNAP. For more information on the SNAP program, and to determine whether you qualify, click on the SNAP logo at the top of this page.
Line Mountain Cyber School
Superintendents representing 15 Schools in the CSIU 16 region reach out to local newspaper for help regarding Cyber School tuition rates.
Click Here for more facts when speaking to your legislatures about House Bill 526 and Senate Bill 34 regarding funding reform for Cyber Schools
Proposed House Bill (526) and Senate Bill (34) could save Line Mountain taxpayers more than a half-million dollars. A full presentation regarding the continued concerns with local tax payer funding of Cyber Schools can be found by clicking HERE. While there is nothing definitive to report currently, there has been a lot of discussion on the bills introduced by Rep. Sonney (House Bill 526) and Sen. Schwank (Senate Bill 34) that would require parents to pay that tuition if the school district of residence offers a full-time cyber program. Although there is a lot of momentum and discussion about cyber charter tuition, many don’t think either bill will make it across the finish line. Please talk to your legislators about bills introduced by Rep. Sonney and Sen. Schwank and support for those bills.
Line Mountain SD Homeless information
Pennsylvania’s Education for Children and Youth Experiencing Homelessness Program was established to make sure homeless youth have access to a free and appropriate public education while removing barriers that homeless children face. Its goal is to have the educational process continue as uninterrupted as possible while the children are in homeless situations. Some of the other main objectives of Pennsylvania’s Education for Children and Youth Experiencing Homelessness Program are to inform local school districts of their responsibilities to homeless children and youth, to increase awareness about the needs of homeless children, explain current laws and policies, and provide practical tips for working with homeless children. Click Here To Read More….
Education for Homeless Youth
The Child Protective Services Law was updated to require school entities to display a poster with the statewide toll-free telephone numbers for reporting suspected child abuse and neglect, along with toll-free telephone number relating to school safety. For more information, visit the PA Keep Kids Safe website