On May 28, the Board will hold an Action meeting at 5 p.m. Find materials here. Register to speak here.
The School District of Philadelphia will remain closed for the rest of the school year due to COVID-19.
Food benefits (P-EBT) cards will be distributed to qualifying families. Learn more HERE.
Need working papers? Info HERE.
Chromebook Pickup Dates and Times have CHANGED. Updated info HERE.
Need Chromebook help? Tech Hotlines added to Chromebook Loaner Program HERE. Internet info/resources are HERE.
Find more information about the District’s Continuity of Education Plan for students HERE. Digital Learning and Planned Instruction info HERE.
Grab-and-go meal distribution at our 50 District school sites occurs one day per week. Learn more HERE. Sites are listed HERE.
For the latest update from Superintendent Hite, included updates on Chromebooks and supports, Digital Learning resources, how to connect with school-based staff, and calendar updates, visit our Coronavirus Information Hub.
PreK-12 Learning Guides are available HERE and at all District meal sites.
Have questions? Call our Hotlines (extended hours, available in 10 languages), email us at email@example.com or visit our Frequently Asked Questions webpage.
Virtual Learning is officially in session. All students are expected to attend their virtual classrooms starting Monday, May 4, 2020, to continue their learning processes for the 2019-2020 school year.
Follow the Rules While in School
The School District of Philadelphia’s Code of Student Conduct drives Finletter’s discipline policy. The purpose of this discipline policy is to share appropriate behavior, develop self-control in students and teach students to take responsibility of their own actions. In addition, our goal is to maintain a safe and orderly environment conducive to learning. Zero tolerance for physical confrontations, and bullying or harassment will be exercised.
Finletter focuses on reducing and preventing recurrences of inappropriate behaviors, teaching students to manage their behavior in appropriate ways, and cultivating new behaviors that are necessary for learning. Parents will be involved at the onset of inappropriate behavior to ensure high standards of discipline. Please review the Student Code of Conduct with your child. Of particular concern is the possession of electronic devices including but not excluded to: cell phones, MPS players, electronic hand-held toys, CD players, etc. Click here to view the policy.