2022-23 Adjustments to K-6 Student Attendance Zones

SV K-12 Areas of Change
  • As you are most likely aware, we will be closing Evans City Elementary/Evans City Middle School at the conclusion of this school year, and are excitedly preparing to open Ehrman Crest Elementary/Ehrman Crest Middle School for the 2022-23 school year. This state-of-the art facility, designed in part with input from the Pittsburgh Children’s Museum, brings many new and unique features that we look forward to sharing with our families when the doors open in the fall. 

    Due to the physical change in the new K-6 school and a need to study our ever-growing communities, we recently engaged with experts in the field of demography and feasibility. This in-depth, long-term assessment allowed us to develop an adjustment plan that will ease capacity in all K-6 schools during a time of building transition and incremental population growth. Moving forward, it also allows us to create and expand school facility space for future programs and initiatives. Ultimately, our overall goal is to provide the same kind of exemplary education and class sizes our families have come to expect. These changes will allow us to do that. .

    The 2022-23 K-6 student attendance zones adjustments were approved by the Seneca Valley School Board on May 9, 2022. A link to the list of adjusted areas, as well as an interactive dashboard regarding the changes, are available on this page.

    We look forward to welcoming you to this exciting new facility and thank you for your continued support of the Seneca Valley School District.