General Information

Fannett-Metal School District is located in northern Franklin County, PA and includes the Fannett and Metal Townships. The District provides an education for roughly 510 students enrolled in Pre-K through 12th grades. The school district covers approximately 210 square miles and is located along Route 75 about two miles north of the Willow Hill Interchange (Exit 189) of the Pennsylvania Turnpike.

We proudly are known as the home of the “TIGERS”!

Effective immediately, K-12 school bus passengers and their operators are no longer required to wear masks while on District operated school buses per the CDC Mask Order.

The CDC announced today that it “exercising its enforcement discretion to not require that people wear masks on buses or vans operated by public or private school systems, including early care and education/child care programs.”  The CDC stated it is making this change “to align with updated guidance that no longer recommends universal indoor mask wearing in K-12 and early education settings in areas with a low or medium COVID-19 Community Level.”

The CDC Mask Order still remains in effect at this time for other types of public transportation conveyances (airplanes, trains, commercial buses, etc.).  If school districts elect to use those forms of public transportation for school-sponsored trips, students and staff may be required to wear masks by those operators per the CDC Mask Order.

The CDC’s announcement can be found here –

2021-2022 Health and Safety Plan Revised – 2-8-22

2021-2022 Health and Safety Plan

FMSD Phased School Reopening Health and Safety Plan (rev 082520)

FMSD Continuity of Education Plan (042220)

Act 178 Safety Letter

FERPA Notification

Non-Discrimination Notice

CHIP School Flyer

CHIP School Letter-Flyer

Recruiter Release Letter



Notice of Approval and Award (ES)

Notice is hereby given pursuant to provisions of the Pennsylvania Public School Code of 1949, as amended, Pennsylvania Sunshine Act of 1986, July 3, P.L. 388 No. 84, as amended, and Guaranteed Energy Savings Projects, Act 57 of 1998, Act 77 of 2004, Act 39 of and Act 163 of 2016 in Title 62, Chapter 37, Subchapter E, that the Board of School Directors of the Fannett-Metal School District will be pursuing a ESCO Project and will have a motion to approve and accept an Initial Guaranteed Energy Services Agreement from McClure Company subject to the acceptable review of and approval by the District’s solicitor on December 7, 2021 and adoption of a mutually agreeable contract.