GMSD 2021-2022 COVID-19 Resources
This page will serve as a place where parents, families and students can find resources verified and endorsed by General McLane School District regarding COVID-19 for the 2021-2022 School Year.
If you have any questions regarding any of these materials, please do not hesitate to reach out to Superintendent Dr. Matthew Lane at email@example.com or 814-273-1033 ext 5901.
GMSD COVID-19 Numbers Tracker
This is a snapshot of the COVID-19 numbers in General McLane School District.
This tracker will be updated approximately daily during the week. Any questions about this should be directed to Superintendent Dr. Matt Lane at firstname.lastname@example.org.
GMSD Temporary School Closure Plan
GMSD has developed a plan that we’ll use if a school is required to close due to COVID-19.
Details about the plan are included in this flier and also in the following video:
This document contains the proposed schedules in the event of a temporary closure.
GMSD COVID-19 Hotline
Our GMSD COVID-19 hotline is changing.
The new number is now 814-250-5824. Call this number to directly connect with someone from our GMSD Pandemic Team or leave a message and someone will call you back shortly.
GMSD COVID-19 Symptom Screener
GMSD is asking all parents and families to use this tool when deciding whether or not to send their student to school each day.
Erie County Department of Health Resources
Amendment to the Order of the Erie County Department of Health of August 23, 2021 Requiring Masks in Schools (regarding religious exemptions to face coverings)
PA DOH COVID-19 Early Warning Monitoring System Dashboard
More resources from the State of Pennsylvania
(effective Sept. 7, 2021)
GMSD 21-22 Health and Safety Plan
An updated proposed Health and Safety Plan (approved by the board on 8/12/21) is available to view here.
More about this proposed Health and Safety Plan that was presented during a public meeting on 8/4/21 is available to view here.
In this guide, you’ll find information about our approved Health & Safety Plan and a message from our Superintendent Dr. Matt Lane that details what you need to know moving forward toward the 21-22 School Year.