SPOTLIGHT STORY - SASD Dream Team vs. Harlem Wizards was a SLAMMIN SUCCESS
On Friday March 20th, despite the snow and ice that blanketed our community, the warmth of over 2,200 people made for an amazing evening for the Souderton Area School District Community! Every seat was filled and smiles were everywhere. Thank you Harlem Wizards for sharing your magic with us! Take a few minutes to enjoy the slideshow |
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SPOTLIGHT VIDEO - Salford Hills Outdoor School
A tradition spanning over 40 years, Outdoor School continues to capture the enthusiasm and excitement of Salford Hills fifth graders. A three day "camping" trip, students enjoy the beauty and wonder of Camp Men-o-lan in nearby Finland, PA. Canoeing, pond study, tie dying t-shirts, hikes and nature poetry by day and presentations by various groups and campfires by night, we're never bored earning every hour of shut eye in rustic cabins. However, the most moving experience is an incredible sense of community, school engagement, and independence as students end one chapter of their school lives and look forward to beginning a new adventure in middle school. Outdoor School is an experience as memorable as any and one that is cherished by all.
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SUPERINTENDENT'S CORNER - Spring 2015
From Frank T. Gallagher, Superintendent of Schools
As temperatures approach the 50 degree mark, hopefully all of the winter weather is behind us. Despite a long, cold winter our students continued to excel in so many areas. This past winter we had numerous students bring home awards from state wide competitions in academics, arts, vocational trades and athletics.
In addition, our students continue to participate in community service projects. On February 27th, over 350 students participated in the first ever SouderTHON. This event generated over $25,000 for pediatric cancer research including some of the funds going directly to the local charity, the Peter Powerhouse Foundation. During the community hours on that evening, well over 2,000 people of all ages participated in the various activities that our students planned. This was a great night for our entire community...Read full message from Superintendent's Corner.