In these challenging times, we continue to adapt for the continuing changes in our lives because of COVID-19. Although school families and staff members have been separated, we want to ensure your confidence in us as a school in providing a continuity of education for your child (ren) through enrichment and review and providing any current information. Students will not be held accountable for these enrichment and review activities, but we as educators feel they can be helpful to continue academic growth.

    In regards to educational activities, we ask families to visit the websites of their child’s teacher for specific activities. Please remember to visit the fine arts teachers such as art, music, consumer science, and gym to name a few. Each teacher will have extension activities. We are also recommending but not requiring each student to access these two district-funded enrichment and review websites:

    Students in Grades K-6

    Imagine Learning Language and Literacy

    Imagine Learning Math

    Based upon research, we are recommending this amount of access:

    K – 15 minute session – 3-5 times per week on each program

    1st and 2nd Grade – 20 minute session – 3-5 times per week on each program.

    3rd and 4th Grade – 25 minute – 3-5 times per week on each program.

    5th and 6th Grade – 30 minute session – 3-5 times per week on each program. 

    Students in Grades 7-8

    Study Island ELA, Math, and Science 

    Each subject should be used for at least 30 minutes per week to realize the benefits. 

    These programs can be accessed from the Clever link found below or under site shortcuts on the main page.

    Clever Login for Imagine Learning and Study Island


    In closing, we are looking forward to students and staff members smiling and engaged during school days. We remain committed to our families in adapting to our current conditions. Please feel free to reach out to us with any questions or concerns. 

    Stay calm, Stay home, Stay safe! 

    Mrs. Jocelyn M. Podlesney, Principal

    Kevin Schadder, Assistant Principal

    At Heights Terrace,
    we will not judge anyone by the color of their skin 
    or language that they speak,
    but by the content of their character.

    Adapted from Martin Luther King, Jr.'s "I Have a Dream" speech.

    Welcome to our school ! The quote listed above is not just a politically correct phrase we use to sound good, but something that we live by at Heights. We strive to respect each person as a unique individual with talents, feelings and short comings. It is our goal to provide every student with a quality education as well as providing an atmosphere of respect and acceptance. When your child enters our classrooms, they have joined our family and will be treated as such. 

    Understand that our expectations are high. We hold acceptance, tolerance, respect and understanding in high regard.  We expect each person to perform to his or her personal best, this includes students, faculty, staff, administrators, as well as parents;  no excuses ! Please explore our site and feel free to contact us with any questions or concerns. 
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    The Hazleton Area School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability or age in its programs or activities and provides equal access to all designated youth groups per the Boy Scouts Act.  Inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies may be directed to the Title IX Coordinator at (570) 459-3221 ext. 81566 or the Section 504 Coordinator at or (570) 459-3111 ext. 3156 at 1515 West 23rd Street, Hazle Township, PA 18202 .