The School District of Philadelphia will remain closed through at least April 6.
Read more in the letter from Dr. Hite HERE.

March 26: The District announced their plan to provide a Chromebook to every student who needs one for learning at home. More information is HERE.

Grab-and-go meal sites continue to operate for our students. Updated locations and times are HERE.

A second set of K-12 Learning Guides are available online, and at meal sites as of Monday March 30. More info is HERE.

We now have an email address ( and SDP Hotlines in 10 languages for Learning Guide support and general questions. More info HERE.

Answers to Frequently Asked Questions are being added regularly, HERE.

Please visit our Coronavirus Information Hub often for the most up-to-date information.

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Building on Our Momentum


    Since implementing our Action Plan in 2014, the School District of Philadelphia has been making strategic investments to improve schools citywide.  Those investments are making a difference. School Progress Report scores and graduation rates have increased for three years in a row. Student achievement, progress and school climate scores are rising. More students are in school, performing better and having college- and career-readiness experiences. We have twice as many schools performing at the highest tiers of performance and 50% fewer lower-performing schools.

    We are proud of our progress but there is much more work to do to deliver on our vision: For ALL children to have access to a great school, close to where they live.”

    The Proposed SY2019-2020 Investment Plan will build on prior investments and support new priorities to further improve academic outcomes for students.


    • Expanding our K-3 literacy model to grades 4 and 5
    • Building a strong foundation to improve math teaching and learning
    • Strengthening college- and career-readiness supports for students
    • Adding more services and supports in schools to help all learners succeed

    We invite you to learn more by watching the videos and reviewing the budget documents below.



    Since 2014 our students have shown progress in literacy across every tested grade level.


    53% of schools have improved achievement scores.


    63% of schools serving grades 9-12 have improved their college and career readiness scores.

    Downloadable Investment Resources