Please check out our RP Family Communication site to keep you informed!
SCASD K-5 Remote Learning Site for Families
The purpose of this site is to provide one place for you to reference as you work to support your elementary children at home. We know that managing a number of communications and information is challenging. It is our hope that this site will be helpful in streamlining all the information and resources that are being shared. This site should be used in conjunction with the information your child's teacher communicates each week.
We are working hard as a SCASD team to create remote learning opportunities for our students. As we continue to work through this process, please don't hesitate to reach out to your child's teacher or Mr. Wynkoop for support.
For more detailed information, please see our communication to families from principals sent on March 20, 2020.
You can also click on the link below in the District News section for the latest information related to our school closure.
Baker Jim Nolte has achieved districtwide celebrity status, thanks to the weekly meal distributions to families begun last year. His chocolate chip banana bread continues to garner rave reviews on social media with tales of siblings fighting for the prized slices in the bagged meals.
Everyday Algebra, a State High math class focused on helping students in a new way, found an equation for success, and an acclaimed documentary company noticed. This short film highlights an effective effort to help students pass the state’s Keystone Algebra 1 assessment exam.
Since last fall, a student-led committee has been working to qualify State High as an official No Place For Hate school. The project represents one of the many ways the State College Area School District is supporting students and employees with equity and anti-bias initiatives.
Innovative playgrounds were introduced this year at Corl Street, Radio Park and Spring Creek elementary schools, the district’s newest buildings. “I love the new playground,” Radio Park student Benjamin Herickhoff says. “There are so many fun things to do.”
Home of the Mini-LionsSchool Colors: Red & White
School Masot: Lucky the Lion
Motto: "If it is to be, it is up to me!"
800 West Cherry Lane
State College, PA 16803
Safe Arrival at School: 814-235-4549Arrival Window: 7:55 - 8:09 amSchool Hours: 8:09 am - 2:59 pmDismissal Window: 2:59 - 3:07 pm
Deirdre Bauer, Interim Principal
Linda Moore, Office Secretary
Tonya Smeal, Attendance Secretary