SPOTLIGHT STORY - Nine SAHS Student-Athletes Honored for Signing Letters of Intent
After graduation, nine Souderton Area High School student athletes will go on to play their sports at Division I or Division II schools thanks to athletic scholarships. Those nine students were recognized at a press conference Wednesday morning, during which they also participated in a mock signing.
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SPOTLIGHT VIDEO - Souderton's Got Class: iPads in 5th Grade Social Studies
Over the past two years, the fifth grade teams have worked on developing an inquiry-based social studies program that encourages students to explore the world around them. Our fifth grade classrooms have started to explore how we can use iPads to learn about history, our government, and what it means to be a citizen of the United States. In this video you will see students working on identifying artifacts from the past; discovering information that would not have been accessible with traditional print resources. You will also see students utilizing primary and secondary documents, as well as using tools on the iPad to foster their comprehension and collaboration. This opportunity was only possible thanks to a generous grant from Univest through the Indian Valley Education Foundation. For information on how you can support educational initiatives like this, please visit www.IndianValleyEF.org.
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From Frank T. Gallagher, Superintendent of Schools
This has been a challenging winter season with one storm after the other. I’ll use this update to the Superintendent’s corner to share with you the processes we follow when the weather makes traveling hazardous
Depending on the timing of a storm, I confer either in the evening or early morning with Transportation Services, and Mr. Ball, our Supervisor of Operations. If needed, we travel local roads early in the morning hours to determine road conditions. Transportation Services also gets reports from each of our municipalities to help inform our decisions.
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