Parents and Students
Click on the link below to access the Parent-Student Handbook!

Parent-Student Handbook

Student uniforms can be purchased at Cramer's Uniforms.
Please visit Cramersuniforms.com
  


Lunch Program
 

Keystone Academy Charter School is under contract with The Nutrition Group for the provision of lunch services. TNG supervises the program, creates the menus, orders/selects ingredients and serves lunches on a daily basis. TNG was selected for food service due to its commitment to providing on-site nourishing meals, which are attractive to students. TNG works to mazimize student participation in the National School Lunch Program (NSLP) through innovative merchandising and promotions that feature trendy nutritious favorites, as well as home-style and traditional fare. They meet all federal and state nutrition guidelines.
Click  Nutrislice    to access an interactive menu
 
Lunch Application

Parent Online Information
Summer Meals:
Visit the website www.fns.usda.gov/summerfoodrocks for the locations of summer meals.


KAPA
(Keystone Academy Parent Association)

Mission Statement:
The Keystone Academy Parent Association is a non-profit group of parents who are dedicated to facilitating parent participation. We strive to be a relevant resource for parents and families, as well as advocates for the education and well being of every student. We actively raise funds to support Keystone Academy, both school and staff, towards its sucessful growth and to enrich the students' school experience by organizing recreational activities and events throughout the year.

Visit KAPA's Website:      
KAPA's Facebook page:  KAPA Facebook Page


Volunteers
 

Adult volunteers are important resources in our school.  We welcome a high level of parent participation.  When parents are involved in children’s schooling, their children often do better in school.  The volunteer program also provides parents with an opportunity to increase their knowledge of the educational process, satisfaction for doing an important job, and an opportunity to meet other members of the school community.  Volunteers enable teachers to maximize their time.  Our children benefit from more individualized attention and an enriched curriculum.  If you would like to volunteer, please contact the Principal.  State law requires all adults who work or volunteer in a school to obtain a Criminal Record Check and a Child Abuse Check.  Forms are available in the school office or click the links below.
Child Abuse Clearance
PA  Criminal Record Check


Required Reading Book Lists and Forms
 

Thank you for continuing to support our efforts to foster children’s interest in reading with our monthly book reports!Book Reports are due the 3rd Wednesday of every month. The following links have the list of books for each grade. Remember students may choose any book that is listed on the book report list.  If you are unable to locate one of the three books for a particular month, please let the teacher know or go back and choose a book listed in a previous month that was not already read.  This allows for a variety of genres to be covered throughout the year.

Remember students may choose any book that is listed on the book report list.  If you are unable to locate one of the three books for a particular month, you may use a book listed in a previous month that was not already read.


The following website has some of our book report books that are available to be read online:  http://www.wegivebooks.org/books

Check to see if you can borrow any of the books from your local library. For more information go to: http://www.freelibrary.org


Goal Packets
 

Goal Packets go home every Thursday. Each goal packet should have the following weeks goals for each subject, homework, reminders, and a weekly or monthly calendar of events.