Report Card Reminder
The last day of the 2nd marking period will be January 24, 2023. All electronic report cards will be available by 4 p.m. via Skyward on Friday, February 3, 2023. Give your student a hug, handshake, or high five for a job well done!

Mr. Rizzo's Weekly Video Update
This week, Mr. Rizzo talks about the importance of supporting the Spring-Ford family. Click here to watch.

School Spotlight: Upcoming Limerick Elementary School Events

  • Take a break from cooking tonight and support Limerick Elementary's next dine out day at honeygrow in Collegeville (Providence Town Center). Just use code "GIVE137" when placing any dine-in, takeout, pick-up, or delivery order and a portion of all orders using that code will be donated back to our school. 
  • Limerick Elementary's Outdoor Classroom Committee is selling Wawa shorti hoagie coupons at just $5 each. And as long as the Eagles are in the playoffs, you'll receive 1 free hoagie coupon for every 5 that you purchase. All proceeds directly benefit the annual pond cleanings for the Outdoor Classroom. Click here for more information.

Student Spotlight: U.S. Senate Youth Program
Spring-Ford Area High School senior, Aditi Mangal, was selected as one of only two students to represent Pennsylvania as a delegate to the United States Senate Youth Program (USSYP)!

Aditi is a Rotary District Speech Competition finalist and regional champion, recipient of the Gold Presidential Volunteer award and Pennsylvania state citation. She is also an AP Scholar with Distinction and recipient of the Pennsylvania Merit Award. She is the managing editor of the Rampage, debate team officer, serves as a Student Representative on the Spring-Ford School Board, is a violinist in the honors orchestra ensemble and a district ambassador. Aditi serves as a second-degree black belt assistant instructor in martial arts, and tutors students through her own 501(c)3: InstantSmile. She plans on concentrating in anthropology with a minor in philosophy to support a future career rooted in public service and law. Congratulations Aditi, you make us #SpringFordProud!

Established in 1962, USSYP is a unique educational experience for outstanding high school students interested in pursuing careers in public service. Two student leaders from each state will spend a week in Washington experiencing their national government in action. Student delegates will hear major policy addresses, as well as participate in a meeting with a Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court. In addition, each delegate will be awarded a $10,000 College Scholarship for undergraduate studies.

Spring-Ford SEPAC Meeting
Join Spring-Ford SEPAC on January 26, 2023 at 7 p.m. for their monthly meeting.

  • TOPIC: The Science of Reading with Monica McHale Small, Phd. Monica McHale-Small has had a renowned career. Over her tenure she has served in more roles than can be listed. Most notably: President of the Learning Disabilities of America, Superintendent, Director of Special Education, and Pennsylvania School Psychologist. In addition, she has been a professor at Temple University, teaching the next generation of school psychologists as well as testifying before the Pennsylvania Legislature in regard to learning disability programming and in due process hearings. Monica McHale-Small is a leader in terms of science of Reading and Education in general, and we are pleased to welcome her to Spring-ford!
  • LOCATION: Spring-Ford Area High School Hurda Learning Center, 350 South Lewis Road
  • JOIN US: This event is open to anyone in the Spring-Ford community, and is free to attend.

Spring-Ford SNAP Prom Dress Boutique
The 2023 Prom Boutique will open soon! Stop by to see the new inventory of dresses, formal wear, shoes, accessories and jewelry.

  • Thursday, February 9th 5:30-8:30PM
  • Saturday, February 11th 9-1PM
  • Thursday, February 16th 5:30-8:30PM
  • Thursday, February 23rd 5:30-8:30PM
  • Saturday, March 4th 9-1PM
  • Thursday, March 9th 5:30-8:30PM
  • Thursday, March 23rd 5:30-8:30PM
  • Thursday, March 30th 5:30-8:30PM
  • Thursday, April 13th 5:30-8:30PM
  • Thursday, April 27th 5:30-8:30PM
  • Saturday, April 29th 9-1PM
  • Thursday, May 4th 5:30-8:30PM

Join Friends at the Upcoming Community Connection with Mr. Rizzo
Join Mr. Robert Rizzo, Superintendent, for a series of informal conversations in the community. This is an opportunity for families and community members to visit with the superintendent, have brief conversations about important issues, and ask questions. All Spring-Ford community members, whether parents of students in the districts or not, are invited to attend. Click here to register for the next Community Connection, held on February 22 from 5-6 p.m. at Spring City Elementary School.

Cold and Flu Season
Cold and flu season is here, and our School Nurses are seeing a significant increase in students with illnesses at school. This is just a reminder that if your child is ill for any reason, they should stay home from school. If you are unsure if you child is well enough for school, refer to the guidance below:  

  • Fever: A temperature of 100.4 or higher is an indication that your child could be contagious. Giving a child Tylenol (acetaminophen) or Advil (ibuprofen) will bring the temperature down and make them more comfortable, but it will not prevent the potential spread of illness to others. Please keep your student with a fever home until fever free for 24 hours, without the use of fever-reducing medication.
  • Vomiting: If your child has vomited within the past 24 hours, please keep them home.
  • Diarrhea: If your child has had three or more watery stools in a 24 hour period, especially if your child acts or looks ill, it is recommended that they do not come to school.
  • Conjunctivitis (Pink Eye): Because of the extremely contagious nature of Bacterial Pink Eye, we ask you to consult your doctor before sending your child to school with the following symptoms: thick mucus or pus draining from eye, if eye is red, puffy, itchy or painful.
  • Rash: A child with an unidentified body rash should be kept home until you have consulted a doctor.
  • Appearance/Discomfort: If your child appears unusually tired, irritable, pale or has an unusual lack of appetite please keep student home for rest and surveillance.

Many Thanks, Spring-Ford

  • Christine Higgins, many thanks for building a classroom climate where kids are celebrated for being themselves. Thank you for the time and effort you put into making second grade a great year. Tyler loves coming to school! From, Alonna J.

  • Marlene Kimble, many thanks for making class so fun and teaching us new things every day!!!!!!!!!!! From, Clara G.

  • Our Second Grader’s Support Team, your daily and weekly eyes and ears on our special needs kiddo has made this past year with her so much more successful than we could have hoped. From, Karen T.

  • Eric Hetrick, many thanks for truly caring about your students and making learning so fun! You have set the positive tone for how our son feels about school! From, Kim M.

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April 17, 2024

This Weekly Update includes a No School reminder, highlights a Day Brightener teacher, Round Up at GIANT recap, and more!

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April 3, 2024

This Weekly Update includes a link to Spring-Ford's livestreaming eclipse coverage, Kindergarten registration, the March RAMness winner, and more!

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March 27, 2024

This Weekly Update has a report card reminder, Eclipse announcement, Kindergarten registration, and so much more!

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March 20, 2024

This Weekly Update includes information for Kindergarten Registration, Spring Break, the PIAA Girls Basketball Championship, and more!

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