SPOTLIGHT STORY - 9/11 Mural Dedication
In order to commemorate the thousands of innocent people who lost their lives on September 11, 2001, Souderton Area High School's Art For Social Change Club designed and created a mural entitled, "9/11/01 - We Will Never Forget." The mural was unveiled in a... Read Full Story | Read more Spotlight Stories
SPOTLIGHT VIDEO - Souderton's Got Class: Chromebooks
Thanks to a generous grant from the Indian Valley Education Foundation, Souderton Area High School Mathematics Co-Teachers Mark James and Jennifer Granito acquired a classroom set of Chromebooks. This video showcased some of the ways these impressive new devices are enhancing student engagement and learning in their Algebra classroom.
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From Frank T. Gallagher, Superintendent of Schools
On Monday, August 25th nearly 6,500 students returned to school and began the 2014-15 school year. I took time this summer to reflect on the past school year's successes, challenges, and hopeful moments that helped motivate us to move our organization forward.
In many ways 2013-14 was a fantastic year. We were recognized on many state and national levels. Our high school was ranked 18th in the state and all of our schools are in the top 25% for School Performance Profile scores. In fact, some of our schools are in the top 1% for School Performance Profile scores.
We have so much to celebrate and yet there remains important work to do. This year we will begin a multiyear focus in two areas. First, we will prepare and challenge our students to use emerging technologies to critically and creatively engage in research, communication, collaboration, and innovation. Let's face it, our students today are digital natives and their classrooms require the technology necessary for learning and growth in the 21st century.
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