Business Services

WASD Business Services

Williamsport Area School District offers business opportunities to companies seeking vendor status, responding to RFPs, or groups seeking use of facilities. Please see below for various resources.

For more information about these and other services, please contact Business Administrator/Board Secretary Wanda Erb at werb@wasd.org or (570) 327-5500, ext 40110.

Bid Postings

Bids

Non-Collusion Affidavit

Download this form for instructions for the Non-Collusion Affidavit

Download Non-Collusion Affidavit

Bid Summaries
Please contact Business Administrator/Board Secretary Wanda Erb at werb@wasd.org or (570) 327-5500, ext 40110.

Quotations
Vendor Portal

Right-to-Know Requests

Right-to-Know requests, as outlined by the Right-to-Know Act of Pennsylvania, must be directed to the Williamsport Area School District Right-to-Know Officer, Business Administrator Wanda Erb.

How to File a Request

A Right-to-Know request may be filed in four (4) ways:

  1. You can submit your request by:Fax: 570-326-5237
  2. Electronic mail: werb@wasd.org
  3. In person: WASD District Service Center, 2780 West Fourth St., Williamsport, Pa., 17701, M-F from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
  4.  U.S. Mail:

               Williamsport Area School District
               ATTN: Wanda Erb
               2780 West Fourth St.
               Williamsport, Pa. 17701 

You may utilize the PA Right-to-Know Request Form (below) and e-mail it to werb@wasd.org or mail it to the address above.

You should make sure that your request for records is specific and concise. Identify as specifically as you can the records you want so that the district can quickly locate them and determine whether they are public record.

Please be advised that if you send an email request or file a request in person, it does not speed up the time that WASD has to respond to your request. Responses will be made in five (5) business days, whether placed in person, electronically or by mail. Certain fees may apply.

For more information, click here to visit the website for Pennsylvania's Office of Open Records. You'll find details of the law, a citizen's guide and additional information.