REMINDER: Spring-Ford schools and offices will be closed on Monday, September 4 for Labor Day.
Device Insurance Fee
Families with students in grades 5-12 are asked to pay a Device Insurance Fee annually for their school issued devices. Families who pay the annual $25 Device Insurance Fee will be covered for all necessary repairs unless it has been deemed by the technology department that damages were caused intentionally or by extreme negligence.
Families who do not pay the annual $25 Device Insurance Fee will be required to pay for any repairs that are deemed necessary. This list also indicates the most common repairs and is not meant to be an all inclusive list. Repairs that do not appear on this document will require a quote from the vendor.
All repairs must be completed through the district vendors. Students are not permitted to perform their own repairs or obtain repairs on their own from non-district vendors. Click here to learn more.
Log into SchoolPay.com pay the Device Insurance Fee before October 15, 2023.
Join SFASD at Royersford Community Day
Join the Spring-Ford Area School District and Ram Country TV (RCTV) at the Annual Royersford Community Day on Saturday, September 9, 2023 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.!
This is a RAIN or SHINE event. Click here to learn more.
September is Suicide Prevention Month
September is Suicide Prevention Awareness Month — a time to raise awareness on this stigmatized and often taboo topic. In addition to shifting public perception, we use this month to spread hope and vital information to people affected by suicide. The goal is to ensure that individuals, friends and families have access to the resources they need to discuss suicide prevention and seek help.
Throughout the month of September, SFASD will highlight resources from NAMI Foundation and Montgomery County Health and Human Services (MCHHS) to encourage people to bring their voices together to advocate for our community.
Click here for additional resources.
SFAHS Recognized by U.S. News and World Report
Way to go Spring-Ford Area High School faculty/staff and students... because of YOU, U.S. News and World Report designated SFAHS as one of America's Best High Schools!
Spring-Ford Area High School is ranked #798 in the National Rankings and #25 in the state. Schools are ranked on their performance on state-required tests, graduation, and how well they prepare students for life post-high school.
Click here tor read more about how U.S. News and World Report ranks the Best High Schools.
SFASD Classroom Wish List is Growing!
Everyone online is talking about clearing the wish list, from celebrities to influencers, and we're ready to jump on the bandwagon! Spring-Ford teachers are thinking about classroom setup for the 2023-2024 school year, and this typically means stocking up on classroom supplies. Click here to access Spring-Ford's Classroom Wish List. Be sure to share with friends who may want to brighten a teacher's day with a surprise package from Amazon.
STEP 1: Click on one of the many SFASD Classroom Wish Lists
STEP 2: Select as many items as you'd like! Clear an entire list, or pick one item from a teacher you know. The options are limitless!
STEP 3: Proceed to check out.
STEP 4: Possibly the most critical step, select the recipient's Gift Registry Address. Otherwise, the Wish List items will ship to you.
Mrs. Rittenhouse, Oaks Media Specialist, said, "It's so nice that people both took the time to look at lists and purchase items. It was super fun to receive packages at school. I can’t wait to use my new things with my students!"
Mrs. Rowe, 7th Grade Teacher, was pleasantly surprised when she returned to school last week thanks to YOU for checking items off her Classroom Wish List!
Ms. Stauffer, 7th Grade Learning Support Teacher, said "Thank you so much for supporting my 7th grade students! They'll be just as touched as I am!"
- Parents and students should log into Skyward regularly during the first week of school to double check pick-up and drop-off times, as well as bus numbers, as some have changed over the past week.
- Bus numbers change from year to year, students should not expect to ride the same bus this year that they rode last year.
- The Bus Status App had a major update. The new app is faster, more reliable, and better optimized for families that rely on Bus Status. Bus Status 3 has been removed from the App and Google Play Stores. Parents should download Bus Status 4 and choose their preferences to continue to receive Bus Status notifications. On September 29, Bus Status 3 will be retired and users will only receive Bus Status notifications on Bus Status 4.
- You can click here to bookmark a desktop version of the Bus Status app.
Save the Date - 2023 Homecoming Parade and SFEA Picnic
Saturday, September 30, 2023: Spring-Ford students will continue a longstanding tradition of parading through the streets of downtown Royersford starting at 12 p.m. Main Street will be closed to traffic during the parade. The parade will feature the talents of Spring-Ford’s award-winning Golden Ram Marching Band, the chorus and the Spring-Ford Middle School Band, and will include various high school clubs. Athletic team members, School Board members, local dignitaries, local fire companies and the Rowdy Ram will all make appearances. The parade will end with a community picnic, provided by the Spring-Ford Educators Association (SFEA).
Finally, join fellow Ram fans as Spring-Ford Area High School's football team takes on Owen J. Roberts at 2 p.m. in Coach McNelly stadium. Gates will open at 12:30 p.m. for pre-game festivities, including musical performances, as well as the introduction of the Homecoming Court. Click here to tell your friends that you're going.
Save the Date: 60 Pageantry of Sound
On Saturday September 16th, The Spring-Ford Music Association, our High School Golden Rams Marching Band and our Middle School Marching Unit will be hosting the 60th Annual Pageantry of Sound. This year’s show includes marching bands from the surrounding area.
Join the Spring-Ford Alumni Band
Did you play an instrument in High School? SFMA wants to see your talent on display! The parent organization is looking to gather as many Marching Band survivors as possible to participate in the 60th Spring-Ford Pageantry of Sound on Saturday September 16, 2023. Participation for this event is open to graduates of any high school who are now living in the Spring-Ford School District. Click here to learn more.