Welcome to the Minersville Area School District

It is the mission of the Minersville Area School District, in conjunction with dedicated parents and community, to develop in each of our students the desire to be life-long learners.  By providing a safe educational environment, a dedicated staff, and a curriculum designed to challenge the diverse talents and needs of our students, we can achieve this mission and provide our students with the knowledge and skills necessary to meet the needs of a changing society.

 

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Phone: Jr/Sr High School, Elementary Center, and Early Childhood Center dial (570) 544-1400
Administration Office Fax: (570) 544-6162
Jr/Sr High School Fax: (570) 544-5866
Elementary Center Fax: (570) 544-1404
Early Childhood Center Fax: (570) 544-8254
Special Education Fax: (570) 544-3415

Announcements

 

 

Congratulations Class of 2015!
Good luck as you move on and fulfill your dreams in the following:
53% plan on attending a 4 year college/university.
3% plan on attending a 2 year college.
13% plan on attending a business or trade school.
4% plan on serving our country in the military.
27% plan on entering the workforce or are still undecided.

Facilities Manager Job Posting Click Here

 

Cafeteria Notice

Schools or families can use any of the following methods to locate sites that serve free meals to children during the summer: · Call 211 · Call 1.866.3Hungry or 1.877.8Hambre · Text “MEALPA” to 877877 during the summer months · Visit the website: www.fns.usda.gov/summerfoodrocks (note, this replaces the whyhunger.org website) · Use the site locator for smartphones - Rangeapp.org

A special Thank You for all these people involved in helping our students by performing a Mock DUI Crash.

Good Will Fire and EMS
Schuylkill County Coroner’s Office
Minersville Fire and Rescue
Mountaineer Hose Co.
Cass/Branch Township Police
Mr. Dave Dutcavich
Life Flight 5
New Minersville Fire Co.
Llewellyn Fire Co.
South Cass Hose Co.
West Schuylkill ALS

 

MINERSVILLE AREA SCHOOL DISTRICT 2015-2016 REGISTRATION

 

Please click on the links below for Keystone testing information.

Keystone information
PSSA information
Testing dates 2014 through 2016

For the Transportation Schedule click here.

 

Guidelines for White and Blue Spirit Days

 

Click here to opt out of the One Call system.

 

Minersville Area Special Education Plan Report
July 1, 2014 to June 30, 2017

 

Applications for the PA Governor's School Programs are now available for 10th and 11th grade students in Career Center

 

Safety concern: Please refrain from parking on either side the of the High School Hill and around the Island. All persons parking in these "No Parking" zones will be subject to fines by the Cass Township Police Department. There are 2 parking lots to be utilized. Thank you.



Clothing which conforms to the Minersville dress code could be found at: Sears, Target, Old Navy, JC Penny, French Toast, Cookies Kids, The Children's Wear Outlet, and Walmart.

 

 

 

 

Visitors MUST have photo identification with them when entering any of the buildings

Events


 

Mock Drinking and Driving Crash Held at Minersville High School

SADD Club and the Miners Task Force sponsored a crash to raise awareness of the dangers of drinking and driving. Goodwill Fire EMS of Minersville, Minersville Fire & Rescue, West Schuylkill ALS, Good Intent of Llewellyn and Life Flight 5 assisted in adding realism to the crash scene. Student volunteers portrayed crash victims as approximately 200 students from the Junior and Senior class observed. The MAHS SADD Club’s mission is to raise awareness of the importance of making positive choices, as prom and graduation are around the corner. Emergency services, along with the Schuylkill County Coroner, the Minersville Ambulance and Police Department conducted the crash to reveal the serious consequences of distractive driving to students. As part of the Mock Drinking and Driving Simulation, MAHS students were presented with information from the Schuylkill County Coroner, Mike Pothering; EMT, Mike Mistishen as well as Officer Kattner. The participating police, ambulance and fire companies were also on hand to answer any questions that students might have partaining to their jobs as first responders.