Juniata Park Academy
801 E. Hunting Park Avenue
Providing all students with the academic, technological & social skills needed to be productive & contributing citizens in our society.
Juniata Park Academy
Dear Parents and Guardians:
Welcome to the 2014-2015 school year. It is very important our students continue to read after school and during the weekend. Please take your children to the library and have them read every day at home. Also, please review their math skills nightly. This will help them begin the 2014-2015 school year successfully.
Early dismissal-Wednesday, October 8. 12:00 PM
No School-Monday, October 13, 2014-Columbus Day
October is National Anti-Bullying Month. Our students were treated to a special assembly, the NED Show. NED is a loveable cartoon character whose name is an acronym for Never Give Up, Encourage Others, and Do Your Best. The show incorporates the use of a Yo-Yo. Our students enjoyed the presentation immensely.
Our school library online catalog can be accessed at http://philasd.follettdestiny.com.
Letters to Parents about Academic Interventions
School begins promptly at 8:20 AM.
Students are not permitted to have cell phones in school.
Our memorial garden is continuing to bloom throughout the season. Volunteers are needed to keep our garden beautiful. Please contact the school office if you are interested in helping.
Message from the Principal
Welcome to the Juniata Park Academy Website. We are excited about having the opportunity to showcase all the exciting projects that are taking place at our school. Our school is the shining star of Hunting Park Avenue! We have a diverse population of students who are eager to become productive citizens in a global world. Our staff and students have the most up to date technology at their fingertips. Classrooms are equipped with computers and Promethean boards (interactive white boards). We have so much to offer our community.
At Juniata Park Academy our staff realizes the importance of teaching the whole child. Today, more than ever young people need caring adults to help guide them through life's challenges. These caring adults are called mentors. They are parents, teachers, coaches, tutors, pastors and neighbors. They are the people who always take the time to listen, guide, support and help our young people. Who mentored you? I urge you to thank them and pass it on! Why not become a mentor? Our school is always seeking volunteers! I invite you to come and visit and lend us a helping hand.