Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update: the Spring-Ford Area School District is following the guidance and expectations established by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the Pennsylvania Department of Public Health. As always, Spring-Ford’s School Nurses monitor the health and wellness of all our students. We continue to be proactive in our cleaning practices including daily cleaning and disinfecting in the following areas:
Classrooms: All desk surfaces are cleaned and disinfected; all sinks, drinking outlets, and counters are cleaned and disinfected; door handles and light switched are cleaned and disinfected; trashcans are emptied and spray with disinfectant; and lightly spray a mist of disinfectant through the room when leaving
Bathrooms/Locker Rooms: Clean toilets and urinals with disinfectant; clean and disinfect bathroom floors; spray toilets and sinks with disinfecting mist and allow to dry; and clean and disinfect bathroom door handles
Hallways and Stairwells: Clean and disinfect handrails; clean and disinfect door handles; and clean and disinfect water fountains
Cafeteria: Clean all floors with disinfectant floor cleaner; clean and disinfect water fountains; clean and disinfect door handles
In addition, our school community is reminded to promote universal precautions among students, including frequent hand washing. As of this publication, there are no reported cases of the coronavirus connected to the Spring-Ford Area School District or our neighboring districts. The district will continue to monitor this situation and work closely with the Montgomery County Office of Public Health. If there were a confirmed case of the coronavirus in Montgomery County or Chester County, information would immediately be distributed to our families.
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As always, children learn best when they are healthy. Click here for standard guidelines from our School Nurses to help you to know when to keep your child home.
National School Breakfast Week
National School Breakfast Week (NSBW) is a weeklong program designed to raise awareness of the National School Breakfast Program (SPB) in school communities across the country. The NSBW was launched in 1989 by the federal government as a means for all K-12 students in the United States to have access to a nutritious school breakfast. More than 14 million children participate each day!
This week, Spring-Ford’s Food Service team will be highlighting the School Breakfast Program with special meal items, goodies, and giveaways.
Click here for the lunch and breakfast options for March!
Learn more about the Spring-Ford Breakfast Program on the RAMcast. This week, RAMcast hosts Erin Crew and Andrew Rothermel focus on FOOD with Scott Orsini, Food Service Director, Jim Fink, CFO, and Tricia Smith, School Nurse. Click here to learn more about the RAMcast and listen online.
Spring-Ford Presents 42nd Street
42nd Street tells the story of Peggy Sawyer, a talented young performer with stars in her eyes who gets her big break on Broadway. With tap shoes and big dreams, Peggy arrives in New York City from her hometown of Allentown, PA, catching the eye of a legendary Broadway director who gives Peggy a spot in the chorus of his newest show.
Peggy’s rise from showgirl to star is the stuff of show business dreams. 42nd Street is full of crowd-pleasing tap dances, popular musical theatre standards, and show-stopping ensemble production numbers.
WHEN: March 6 at 7 p.m.; March 7 at 1 and 7 p.m.
WHERE: Spring-Ford Area High School, 350 South Lewis Road, Royersford
DETAILS: Tickets are available in advance online or at the box office the day of the performance. Click here to order your tickets online.