Comprehensive planning is a Pennsylvania Department of Education requirement that affords school districts an opportunity to determine priorities and establish goals and related action plans for a three-year period. Oley’s 2023-26 comprehensive plan was submitted for public review. During that time input was sought from all district stakeholders.
Additionally, The Pennsylvania Department of Education outlines in Chapter 4 the Planning Requirements for the Comprehensive Plan, Gifted Education Plan Assurances, Professional Education Plan, and Induction Plan. These plans were also be made available for public inspection and comments.
Please see the Comprehensive Plan, and other plans below.
Physical exams, dental exams, and updated immunizations will be due by the first day of the current school year.
Physical exam forms are needed for Kindergarten, Grade 6, and Grade 11 students. We will take whatever form your provider completes, or families may use the State Heath form.
Proof of Dental exam are needed for Kindergarten, Grade 3, and Grade 7.
All students need up-to-date immunizations OR a plan to have them completed, (i.e. a confirmed appointment) by the FIRST day of school.
This especially affects Kindergarten, Grade 7, and Grade 12students who are due for specific immunizations when entering these grades. Failure to complete the State required immunizations will exclude students from attending school.
Revised: Important Change in Definition of “Compulsory School Age”
Effective in 2020-2021, all children from the age of six (6) through the age of eighteen (18) must comply with compulsory school attendance requirements. To meet these requirements, parents must ensure that their child between the ages of 6 and 18 is attending or participating in one of the following: a public elementary, middle, or high school; a public charter or cyber-charter school; a private licensed academic or private religious school; home tutoring by a certified teacher; or an approved program of home schooling. Children may be excused from compulsory attendance for documented medical or other compelling reasons as outlined in District attendance policy and procedures.
In accordance with the Public School Code of 1949; Section 1605.1, the Oley Valley School District supports the Department of Homeland Security, Department of United States Citizenship and Immigration. Below are several links to assist immigrants in the process of applying to become U.S. Citizens, preparing for the Naturalization Test, and the Citizenship Resource Center.
In addition, the Oley Valley School District supports the role of educators in assisting immigrants prepare for U.S. Citizenship. Below is a link for Educators regarding the naturalization process, the test, and other classroom-based materials.