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    On Monday, January 14, 2019, the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania activated the Safe2Say Something anonymous tip line, a key component of Pennsylvania Act 44 of 2018. The tip line is operated and monitored 24/7 by the Office of the Attorney General where tips are reviewed, classified, and forwarded to the appropriate school district. Tips that are found to contain information that may indicate a "life safety" issue are also forwarded to the Somerset County 911 Center.

    Students, parents, and community members can submit tips via three methods:
    1) A free mobile application available for Apple and Android devices 
    2) By visiting www.safe2saypa.org
    3) By calling 1-844-SAF2SAY (1-844-723-2729)

    As always, we strongly encourage anyone with information relating to the safety of our schools to report these concerns immediately. Tips that are generally reported include, but are not limited to, tips regarding violence against students or facilities, tips regarding self-harm, and tips regarding substance abuse. In addition to the Safe2Say Something program, our community is reminded that any concerns can also be reported directly to a school district official and to the Meyersdale Borough Police. 

    Information is also readily available on the Safe2Say Something website www.Safe2SayPA.org.


  • 10-19-20 COVID-19 Update

    Tomorrow, Tuesday, October 20th, Meyersdale Elementary and Middle School students will attend school in person and participate in a regular school day. Meyersdale Area High School students should not report to school and should continue to complete course work virtually. Somerset County Technology Center students should not report to the technology center in person and should also complete their course work online. Again, tomorrow, the Meyersdale Elementary and Middle school students will report to school in person unless they are ill or have an elevated temperature and Meyersdale High School students will complete work virtually and not attend school in person.

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  • 10-18-20 COVID-19 Announcement

    Meyersdale Area Families, Students, Faculty & Staff,
    This weekend, we received notification of our first positive case of COVID-19 within our student body. The case is in the high school and we have been working on the contact tracing that goes along with the case. At this point in time, individuals who were within 6 feet of the student for greater than 15 minutes have been contacted to quarantine for the required 14 days.
    Based on our findings, we feel it is in the best interests of our student body, faculty & staff to have a virtual instruction day tomorrow. Students will not report to school and should login to Canvas to access their instruction for the day. Faculty & Staff will report as normal. Buses will not run and there will be no extracurricular activities tomorrow.
    Note that our practice of wearing masks reduced the need for additional quarantining. Thank you for your support in this area.
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  • In Meyersdale Area School District, the health, safety and well-being of our students and staff are our top priorities. With the recently elevated discussion regarding the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in the news, we want to take a moment to reinforce preventive safety measures and reference our process and communications.  Read more Click Here

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    Grab & Go Breakfasts


    Grab and Go breakfasts are available to all Middle School and High school students who choose to eat breakfast at school.  Breakfast carts are stationed in both the middle school and high school lobbies.  Students will have access to the breakfast as soon as they enter the building in the morning. Each student will give their name to the food service staff member and their cafeteria account will be charged accordingly:   free students will have no charge, reduced students are charged .30 and full price students are charged .90.



    Breakfast available in the cafeteria

    Breakfast will once again be offered to all elementary students in the morning, prior to the start of class.  Free studnets will hane no charge, reduced students .30 and full price students are charged .90.


    We hope this easy access allows your student to enjoy a nutritious breakfast before the start of school each day.


    Benefits of Breakfast




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