The health, safety, and well-being of our students and staff are our top priorities. The Hampton Township School District has been monitoring the developments of the COVID-19 virus and preparing should the illness impact our community and district operations. We are not alone in trying to make the best decisions for our students and staff and how we can support public health efforts for our community and region as a whole.
The District received guidance from the Department of Education on 3/13/20 about the Governor’s announcement about school closure. Effective immediately, there will be no school for the two weeks officially prescribed by the Governor beginning Monday, March 16. We will continue to monitor and communicate any more developments.
This webpage contains information on a variety of topics related to the COVID-19 virus. Up-to-date information about this virus is available from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention(CDC), the Allegheny County Health Department (ACHD), and the Pennsylvania Department of Health.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
Allegheny County Health Department
Pennsylvania Department of Health
Should you have specific questions or concerns about your child’s health, you should contact your family’s healthcare provider.
Our Health Services Department is in communication with the Allegheny County Health Department, and the District is collaborating with Hampton Township School District public safety agencies (Police, Fire, EMS, Municipality) to be informed, proactive, and responsive to our community’s needs.
Please see the additional information below.
General Information about COVID-19
HAMPTON TOWNSHIP SCHOOL DISTRICT ACTIONS
TALKING WITH YOUR CHILDREN