To accomplish our mission of ensuring a quality education for all of Pennsylvania’s children, we must unite in purpose. As a collective of rural, small, and severely underfunded schools, we have power when we speak with one loud voice. Stay informed about the issues you need to know about when you connect here with us.
Mr. Christian Sevinsky from Port Allegany High School recently received his PARSS grant. Great job, Christian!
Kayla Graham and Kim Burda recently received a PARSS grant check from Superintendent Dr. Barbara Parkins of the United School District. Way to go, Kayla and Kim!
District Superintendent Ronald A. Matchock Curwensville Area School District presents PARSS grant checks to Kathleen Hawkins and Robert Pennington. Thank you so much!
The Pennsylvania Association of Rural and Small Schools (PARSS) annual conference is on May 1–3, 2019, at the Wyndham Garden Hotel at Mountain View Country Club. We have closed registration for this year. We hope you can join us next year!
The West Perry School District is looking for its next superintendent of schools. The anticipated appointment is on or about January of 2019. The school district currently serves approximately 2,648 students with an annual budget of nearly $39 million. The board of directors is looking for an accomplished leader with proven success in raising student achievement and a commitment to providing a dynamic 21st century learning environment where all students, including those with diverse socio-economic backgrounds, can achieve their full potential. Please visit our Job Postings page for complete details.
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Share in the triumphs of our member districts that have experienced success in launching new programs, strengthening community ties, and promoting healthy habits by reaching out and involving families. Read all about it on our Success Stories page.