"I'll huff and I'll puff, and I'll blow your house down!"

Mrs. Staffaroni's kindergarten class at Stony Creek wrapped up a STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics) project that incorporated The Three Little Pigs. Students read the book, designed and built a house, then tested to see if the big bad wolf could blow it down!


#WissTurns50 Tweet Contest Winners Week of February 20

#WissTurns50 Tweet Contest Winners

This week's winners - Week of February 20.
Students worked together to write a tweet about what Wissahickon means to them in celebration of the 50th Anniversary. Each of the Student Councils reviewed the submissions and selected the top tweets for their schools. Each week we will share two of the top 50 tweets! #WissTurns50

Students Learn from Celebrated Author and Photographer

Fourth grade students at Lower Gwynedd Elementary received customized photography sessions from award-winning photographer, author and poet, Charles R. Smith Jr., as part of a WEOF grant. Mr. Smith also provided three large group assembly programs for students K-5.


Our Schools

Wissahickon's six schools feature a comprehensive and rigorous curriculum, state-of-the-art technology, and well-maintained grounds. The District serves approximately 4,655 students in the three contiguous communities of Lower Gwynedd Township, the Borough of Ambler, and Whitpain Township -- an area of twenty-five square miles.
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