Slippery Rock school board to consider shifting grades into new buildings
The Slippery Rock Area School District’s board will meet in mid-April to consider shifting grades into different buildings based on enrollment trends and space available within the buildings.
A date and time for the proposed meeting are yet to be finalized, but will be announced on the district’s website, superintendent Dr. Alfonso Angelucci said Wednesday, March 29.
The district will consider moving fifth-grade classes into the middle school and eighth-grade classes into the high school building, he said.
No action has been taken at this time.
The meeting will include a presentation on enrollment trends and will be followed by a question-and-answer session.
“Keep in mind this would be for the 2026-27 school year,” said Vito Pilosi, school board president.