First Day of SchoolTrafford Elementary School
Labor Day - No SchoolTrafford Elementary School
Picture DayTrafford Elementary School
Deer Valley - 5th gradersTrafford Elementary School
No School - Act 80Trafford Elementary School
Early Dismissal Day
Dismiss at 1:30 pmTrafford Elementary School
Holiday BreakTrafford Elementary School
Act 80 - No schoolTrafford Elementary School
Inservice Day - No SchoolTrafford Elementary School
Spring PicturesTrafford Elementary School
IMPORTANT WEB SITES
Parent & Family Engagement
Please visit the link below to learn more about ways to promote Parent and Family Engagement in our schools.
STUDENT EMERGENCY CARDS
Student Emergency Information Online Registration
In the past, students have been given Emergency Cards to take home and have their parents complete and then return. This new FamilyID registration process will take the place of the Emergency Cards. ALL Student Families MUST complete this Emergency Information Registration, using the link below, by Friday, August 30th.
The FamilyID online registration will allow you to make changes to your student's Emergency Information at any time during the school year. Notification will be sent to the appropriate school personnel to update your information in PowerSchool. You will not have to make additional notifications. Please be sure to enter all the required information as you will not be able to submit your student's registration until completed. If you have difficulty with your registration, please feel free to contact FamilyID Support at
Parent Advisory Council Meetings 2019-2020 School Year
Wednesday, September 18, 2019
Wednesday, December 18, 2019
Wednesday, February 19, 2020
Wednesday, April 15, 2020
All meetings will be at the administration building at 9:30 a.m.
This group includes PTO presidents, the superintendent, the administrative staff and is open to any parent in the district.
Math & Reading Websites
SAVE THE DATE SCHEDULE
Tuesday, September 10
Tuesday, October 15
Tuesday, November 12
Tuesday, December 10
Tuesday, January 14
Tuesday, February 11
Tuesday, March 10
Tuesday, April 21
What is Title I
Title I is a federally funded program designed to provide assistance to struggling readers. The goal is to have each student attain a proficient reading level based on the Pennsylvania State Standards. Schools receive Title I funding based on the percentage of students who receive Free and Reduced Meals.
STUDENT ASSISTANCE PROGRAM
What is the Student Assistance Program?
The Student Assistance Program is designed to provide various services to meet your child’s social, emotional, behavioral, and academic needs.
The primary goal of the Student Assistance Program is to identify students at risk and help those students to overcome barriers in order for them to be successful in their everyday lives.
Another goal of the Student Assistance Program is to facilitate collaboration between home and school and provide interventions and/or referrals to internal or external support services in order to address student needs.
Please see attached brochure.