Mr. Rizzo's Weekly Video
This week, Mr. Rizzo and his friends shared with us what they are thankful for this year. Click here to watch.
Turkiest Teachers Support Project Outreach
Since 2000, students in 7th grade raised money for Spring-Ford Project Outreach through the “Turkiest Teacher” coin collection fundraiser. This year, students in grades 5 and 6 joined in the fun to help raise a grand total of $1,221.51!
This years Turkiest Teachers are...
- 5/6 Grade Winner: Mr. Hillegas
- 7th Grade Winners: Mr. Fickert and Mr. Kahler
Thanks to the students and staff for planning this fundraiser!
About Spring-Ford Project Outreach: Spring-Ford Project Outreach provides community outreach, emergency assistance services, and other programs for those in need in the Spring-Ford area. Two weekly food distribution sites and a wide range of service programs are available to aid and assist our residents in need. Project Outreach is staffed primarily by volunteers and supported by 25 local churches. Click here to learn more.
Community Thanksgiving Project
Last year, the Hansell family (and many dedicated volunteer friends) created 90 Thanksgiving meal baskets for Spring-Ford families in need. This year, the volunteer dream team distributed more than 150 baskets throughout the community! Through this project, they ensured that families received a basket full of all the food supplies they would need to enjoy a complete Thanksgiving dinner with their families. The baskets included all dry and canned foods and mixes, a certificate or gift card for a free turkey and pie! One volunteer said, "It truly is amazing to see how much the Spring-Ford community cares…every basket item is donated by community members, for community members."
Fall Break Reminder
No school November 21-25. Need a tasty dish to take to Friendsgiving? Check out these recipes from BodyMetrix and RCTV:
You'll find a perfect recipe for your feast, whether you're a canned cranberry fan or a homemade cranberry fan!
Many Thanks, Spring-Ford
Mr. Parsia, many thanks for igniting our daughter’s interest in science. She loves your teaching style and is also learning such helpful note-taking and study skills. It is so evident you put such care and effort into your teaching. From, a grateful parent.
Mrs. Trianosky, many thanks for coming in after your maternity leave with excitement and care for your new students. My son loves being in your class and appreciates your calm and caring teaching style. You also are the only teacher I know who could be so organized, sweet and calm- doing a parent-planned slime activity on Halloween! :) From, a grateful parent.
All staff, thank you to all of the staff for making each day a day of learning and fun. You do a wonderful job. Thanks also for keeping our children safe. From, Holly M.
Jessica Hauseman, many thanks for guiding Charlotte during a difficult time and helping her find joy in school. Your efforts helped our family navigate through some changes with back-to-school struggles! From, Samantha E.
Volunteer members of the SF Booster Club, many thanks for all the parents who volunteer their time and energy to support the SF Booster club - our community is so lucky to have such fun and dedicated people! From, a grateful parent.
Cafeteria workers and leadership staff at 5/6/7 grade center Cafeteria staff, many thanks for thinking flexibly about the needs of students. They are now offering grab-and-go free breakfast because they recognized the kiddos needed more time to eat in the morning. Awesome job always ensuring the kids come first and putting in the extra effort! From, a thankful parent.
Mrs. Holohan and Mrs. Butler, many thanks for being dedicated super star and supporting Robbie every day! From, Sharon G.
Many thanks to our amazing SFASD instructional assistants, custodians, cafeteria workers and office staff: thank you for your amazing commitment to the Spring-Ford community. Your dedication does not go unnoticed; you truly are RAMazing! From, Abby D.
Cold Weather is Coming, Know the Plan!
This year, Spring-Ford Area School District built one Emergency Day into the calendar and plans to utilize Virtual or Flexible Instruction Days (FID) in case of an emergency closure. A Virtual Day or FID will be used for an unplanned school closure and will eliminate the need for a make-up days at the end of the year. On a weather related Virtual Day, students will follow a modified schedule with virtual lessons via Zoom or Teams synchronously for a portion of each period. If there is a need to call a Snow Day, the first Snow Day of the year will be a “traditional” Snow Day and April 5, 2023 will change to an In-Person school day.
Click here to watch a helpful video to review the quickest ways to get up-to-date information on delays and closures. Quick Tips:
- Login to Skyward to make changes to your phone number or add additional phone numbers, email addresses, and cell numbers for SMS Text Messages.
- Follow Spring-Ford on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter
- Download the Spring-Ford app for push notifications