The State College Area School District Board of Directors
The State College Area School District is governed by a nine-member Board of School Directors. Each board member is elected for a four-year term of office.
The board meets on the first and third Monday of each month. Additional meetings and work sessions are advertised in the local media.
BoardDocs is the online portal to all SCASD Board information including: Agendas, meetings, committees, videos, recaps, policies, schedules and more.
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Attend Board Meetings
The public is invited to attend all regular meetings and work sessions. Time is provided at the beginning of every meeting for public comment. Information about the meetings is also available from the Office of the Superintendent at 814-231-1016.
Location for Board of School Directors Meetings
The SCASD Board of School Directors meetings will be held at the Panorama Village Administrative Center, Board Room, Meeting Room A, 240 Villa Crest Drive, State College. As is the current practice, all meetings begin at 7:00 p.m. Information for virtual meetings can be found here.
In compliance with the Pennsylvania Right To Know Law (Act 3 of 2008) effective January 1, 2009, the State College Area School District has adopted a right to know policy, Policy 801 Public Records, and clear procedures so community members can obtain public records. Click here for more information.
If you would like to email the entire board send your message to firstname.lastname@example.org.
CAC = Citizens Advisory Committee
COG = Council of Governments of the Centre Region
CIU = Central Intermediate Unit
NSBA = National School Boards Association
PSBA = Pennsylvania School Boards Association
If you would like to contact all members of the Board of School Directors and the Superintendent, call 814-231-1016 or e-mail all Board members. For specific administrative issues, please contact an administrator or department.
Communication to the District may not be privileged or confidential and may be considered public record(s) as defined by Pennsylvania's Right to Know Law of 2008. If defined as public record(s), it would be subject to disclosure to any person or organization filing an open records request.