THANK AN INVENTOR - AAPI MONTH: Madeline Park created Cafe Maddy Cab, a community-led fundraising initiative to pay for cab rides for vulnerable members of New York City’s community: Asian elderly, Asian women and Asian members of the LGBTQ community. By combining her beautiful, selfless act of wanting to protect the community, with the recognition of the power of digital platforms, Maddy was able to raise awareness and create effective change. Starting with her own donation of $2,000 to the fund, Cafe Maddy Cab has since raised over $100,000 -- proving that we all truly can be the change we want to see in this world.
Upper Providence Elementary
Parents should notify the school's attendance office either by phone OR by email if your student is absent. If you choose to send an email, please be sure that it is sent from a Skyward associated parent/guardian email address.
This week includes: School Nurse Day, Title IX Survey, Class of 1971 Reception, and more!
This week includes 2021-2022 School Year Update, Calendar of Observances: May 2021, Vaccination Pop-Up Site, Spring Play, and more!
This week includes: Parent Resources, How to Talk to Kids About Current Events; SFCL New Family Open House; Fundraisers and Events; and more!
This weekly update includes SFCL New Family Open House, Ram Chat: AP Spotlight, Vaccine Update from MCOPH, and more
In this Weekly Update: End of 3rd Marking Period dates, Paraprofessional Day, Little Known Secrets for parents of students in grades K-7, and more!
This Weekly Update includes: Ram Review link, Miss Kids - Child Abuse Prevention Month, Food Service Update, Calendar of Observances, and more!
Upper Providence Elementary School
833 South Lewis Road, Royersford, PA 19468-2732
Melissa D. Patschke, Ed.D. Principal
Doors Open: 8:45 a.m.
Classes: 9 a.m. - 3:40 p.m.
AM: 9 a.m. - 11:40 a.m.
PM: 1 p.m. - 3:40 p.m.
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
Calendar & Category Legend:
Holidays and Closings
- No School for Students
- In Service Day
- District Closed
Click here to read the August 18 Weekly Update including detailed Reopening information.
Click here to read the August 5th Weekly Update including: Tech Department Update, FDV reminder, Instrumental Program Registration, and more