SPOTLIGHT STORY: SAHS Teacher Rich Curtis Co-Hosts on Live with Kelly
Souderton Area School District is proud to share in the excitement that took place on Friday, October 21st when Richard Curtis, a technology education teacher at Souderton Area High School, was selected to co-host on nationally syndicated talk show LIVE with Kelly. Energy and emotion filled the high school’s gymnasium during the gathering of all 2,200 high school students and 180 staff to watch the show and...Read full story
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Franconia 75th Commemorative Video 1941-2016
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In 1941, nine one-room schoolhouses closed and Franconia Consolidated School, now Franconia Elementary School, first opened its doors. This overview of the history of our beloved school was written and narrated by retired principal Mrs. Gail Ryan.
From Frank T. Gallagher, Superintendent of Schools
On Monday, August 29th, over 6,500 students return to our schools and begin what is sure to be a fantastic school year! We have had some very busy summer months in the Souderton Area School District. There were several major renovation projects at our school buildings, and we prepared for the start of a significant new initiative that provided all middle school students with their own digital devices that will be used to improve teaching and learning.
I continue to be impressed with our staff members, students, and families, and I feel incredibly fortunate to lead such an outstanding organization. Recently, Souderton Area High School was once again ranked as one of the Newsweek Top 500 High Schools in the United States. This accomplishment is a result of the hard work and collaboration of our students, staff, and community members and reflects the strong commitment we have to the children of this community.
In May, I presented the SASD Next plan to the School Board. SASD Next is a commitment to create technology-rich environments where teachers will expand the ways they make learning more equitable, relevant, creative, collaborative and challenging. Students will have the opportunity for choice in experiential projects...Read the full Superintendent's Corner