Click here to read the July 22, 2020 Weekly Update: Phased Reopening Plans, Informal Reopening Survey, Spring-Ford Cyber Learning Meeting, School Board Meeting
What types of things should I report? If it makes you uncomfortable, submit a tip. It will be up to your school to determine what the next steps are. Do you think someone is going to harm themselves? Did you see something scary that concerns you online? Submit this kind of thing.
Safe2Say Something is the easiest way to let someone know that there is a problem and let them handle it. The best part is, they will never know who it was that submitted it. It’s that simple.
If you are in immediate need of help, call 9-1-1 or go to your local area hospital Emergency Department, or call the Montgomery County Mobile Crisis Support number:
Adult Crisis Support: 855-634-4673
Child Crisis Support: 888-435-7414
We have a new process for accepting Activity Fees.
We cannot accept Activity Fees until the student has been placed on the roster. We will notify you at the time we are requesting payment.
Click here to read this weeks Weekly Update including an invitation to learn more about Spring-Ford Cyber Learning.
This MUST be completed 2 weeks PRIOR TO the start of the season. Failure to adhere to due dates may result in a missed tryout opportunity.
- Middle School sports deadline is August 24th.
- High School sports deadline is August 3rd - High School Football deadline is July 27th.
At this time, Sports Physical will NOT be taking place at school buildings. Therefore, it is the responsibility of the athlete to turn in completed PIAA Section 5 Health History and PIAA Section 6 CIPPE Physical forms.
Physicals must be administered/completed by a physician on or after June 1, 2020. If you are unable to get an appointment with your doctor or insurance will not cover the physical, contact a local Urgent Care, Patient First or CVS to schedule a physical. Call in advance when considering these options as prices vary.
Online registration must be completed before forms can be turned in. Forms can be mailed in or dropped off at school buildings (grades 7-12) starting the month of July. Be sure to check building summer hours prior to dropping off forms.
Starting Monday, March 30th teachers will be providing new instruction online using Google Classroom with the intent of advancing and moving the curriculum forward. Please know that we understand that this is going to be a transition for families, and we are stressing flexibility for families. Instruction will be asynchronous, which means that families will have flexibility as to when in the day they will complete their work.
Please click here to review the Instructional Continuation Plan. On this page, you will find:
- The full Instructional Continuation Plan presentation, which was broadcast live on March 26th.
- A written Instruction Guide for parents
- A quick start Google Classroom Guide for parents
- A Special Education letter from Mr. Rizzo
- A link to the Technology Support Zoom Room
- The Device Access Request Form
- Technology Support email
- General Questions email
- RAMful Learning Videos
- Achieved Enrichment Activities
- And more!
We understand that this transition may be difficult, but please remember that your Spring-Ford family is here to support you as your family ease into this near learning style. Please take your time in reviewing this information, and watch (or re-watch) the Instructional Continuation Plan presentation.
Click on the link below to access the study video which was featured at the Back To School Open House.
Wondering if your child's bus is running late? Download the new "Bus Status" app for iOS and Android to receive bus notifications straight to your phone.The Bus Status app displays up to date bus information for schools and school districts. The app sends out push notifications for cancelled, delayed, or early buses, keeping parents and students updated. Select your bus route as a favorite to receive notifications for special announcements and late bus information. See instructions below to use this new app.
In the event that your student is out sick, needs to leave early, or is going on a trip, click here for guidelines/information.
Click here to view a message from Dr. Goodin about the S2SS Roll Out. S2SS is a life-saving and life-changing school safety program that teaches students, educators, parents and community members how to anonymously report this information through the S2SS app, website, or 24/7 Crisis Center Hotline.
The Pennsylvania Department of Education just launched the Future Ready PA Index, an online, one-stop shop that provides a clear and easy-to-navigate platform for viewing information on student and school success. The Future Ready PA Index moves beyond focusing solely on standardized test results to evaluate success by using a collection of indicators, which illustrate academic proficiency, college and career readiness, and more. Take a comprehensive look at how our schools are doing in educating and preparing students for success by visiting the new Future Ready PA Index: futurereadypa.org.
Click Here for the March Edition of the Principals Page.