Coronavirus Information (COVID-19)


Continuity of education is the broad term given to educational practices that occur in the event of a prolonged school closure. The goal of the Continuity of Education Plan for the Blackhawk School District is to provide a framework of educational opportunities for students to maintain and develop skills while away from the customary school environment.

A presentation of our Continuity of Education Plan can be found here:  Continuity of Education Plan

Latest News

April 2, 2020

While the COVID-19 situation is fluid and everchanging, we are utilizing feedback from families and proactively planning each and every day to ensure that our students are successfully working through their coursework via our continuity of education plan.  We appreciate all that our students, families, and staff have done these past few weeks to ensure our students can access their education from home.

The Beaver County School Districts and the Career and Technical Center continue to work together as we receive guidance from our state and federal leaders. Governor Wolf has announced that the shelter-at-home order is extended through April 30 for the Commonwealth and PA schools will remain closed indefinitely.  Therefore, all Beaver County school facilities are closed and events cancelled through, and including, Friday, May 1, 2020. We fully expect this to continue through May but we are awaiting further information from the Governor. All Beaver County schools will continue to provide continuity of education during the closure.  We appreciate your patience and support during this closure and we will continue to provide updates as we move forward together.

We know these are trying times. Should you need any assistance, not only with your child’s education, but with anything, please reach out to someone from the district. We are here to support our families, our students, our staff, and our community through this crisis.

Beaver County Superintendents

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For anyone struggling with thoughts of self harm, thoughts of suicide, or struggling with mental health, especially during this period of social distancing, there is a number that anyone can text 24 hours a day to speak with someone. The number is 741 741.

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