Lower Salford has been known as Kidsville since a schoolwide postal system was created in the early 1990's. Over the years, the postal system has diminished, but the nickname of Kidsville and the feeling of a small town community has remained. We live by the Kidsville Code and have monthly Town Meetings where academics, behavior and community service are celebrated. This feeling of community among parents, staff and students is strengthened by our Home & School Association along with our many Hands Across the District volunteers.
- I will respect the rights of other and school property.
- I will be responsible, honest, fair and kind.
- I will challenge myself to achieve great things.
Lower Salford school is a great kind of school
For a student to learn and to grow
We all do our best to pass the test
We learn what we need to know
We work side by side with our heads up with pride
Both the teachers and students as one
We will not forget these years we've spent
Lower Salford you're Number One!
We believe that children become proficient readers BY READING! In Souderton, we have the expectation that every student reads a total of 25 books each year. These books are logged and monitored by the student and his or her teacher. At Lower Salford, when a student reaches that goal, he or she makes an appointment with Mrs. Huff. She presents them with their Kidsville Reader dog tag. She also likes to talk to the students about what they like to read, and encourages a lifetime reading habit.
Every class is matched with another class as buddies. The teachers work together to assign partnerships between the children. The classes meet on a regular basis to form relationships, as well as to practice academics. They always enjoy seeing each other; in the lunchroom, in the halls and before and after school. These relationships help to keep Kidsville a close knit community.