Elementary School
Jr/Sr High School
Achievement Program


Calendar Change: At last evenings Board of Education meeting. The Board approved a calendar change due to a snow makeup day. The change will make Wednesday April 5th a full day of school, and make Thursday April 6th an early dismissal.

Congratulations to our Chargerettes Basketball Award Recipients!
Pictured left to right:
Ashley Escott- Unsung Hero Award
Hailey Peterka- Defensive Player of the Year Award
Abby Wall- I am Third Award
Missing from Photo: Sadie Gardus (Offensive Player of the Year).

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Elementary School
Jr/Sr High School
Achievement Program

Welcome to the Carbondale Area School District Website!

Welcome to the Carbondale Area School District! As Superintendent of Carbondale Area School District, I am proud and honored to serve as the educational leader of a staff of 192 individuals who strive to ensure a quality education and assist students in meeting their goals and achieving success. Our website is designed to provide an in-depth overview of our school district and its schools. It is intended to keep the public well informed and be a gateway to explore the special programs we offer to our families and community residents. With Charger Pride, Holly W. Sayre Superintendent of Schools


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march, 2023

14mar7:00 pm8:30 pmElementary PTA Meeting

15mar8:30 am1:30 pmPreK Registration (By Appointment Only)

16mar8:30 am1:30 pmPreK Registration (By Appointment Only)

17maralldayRemote Learning Day

20mar7:30 pm8:30 pmSchool Board Meeting

29maralldayReport Card Day

29mar7:00 pm8:30 pmNational Honor Society


Mission Statement

The mission of the Carbondale Area School District is to prepare all students to be active and productive citizens of a changing global community by fostering lifelong, self-directed learning, independent and collaborative decision-making through critical thinking and self-awareness.

Vision Statement

The Carbondale Area School District vision is to provide students a safe learning environment that promotes academic excellence for all learners. Students will have the opportunity to work in an engaging and academically stimulating environment. Teachers will be provided with the necessary resources to provide effective instruction, professional collaboration, and ongoing learning through professional development opportunities. The district will maintain communication and essential partnerships with parents and community members to strive to provide the best educational opportunities for our students.

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