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We thank you in advance for your patience while we finalize data for our new and more user friendly “Find My Bus” software that we implemented this school year. If you have any questions or need assistance you can call (215) 619-8114 x1800.

Spotlight Story: District Embarks on Superintendent Search

As part of the process in selecting the next superintendent for the school district, the Wissahickon Board of School Directors hired a national search firm, Ray and Associates, Inc., of Cedar Rapids, Iowa to assist them in the search for the district’s next Superintendent of Schools. Dr. Jon Rednak and Dr. Edward Albert are heading the search team for the district.



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Posted 09/11/2014 03:49PM
It has come to the district's attention that Wissahickon High School has been ranked in the top 500 American High Schools, according to Newsweek. Please click the tab for the entire listing.
Posted 08/29/2014 12:04PM
Dear Parents/Guardians: Welcome back to the 2014-2015 school year. We hope that you have enjoyed summer and are ready to begin. Our staff has worked very hard to have our buildings and classrooms ready for our students and we are eagerly awaiting their arrival on Tuesday, September 2nd. As September 2nd is the first day back for many school districts, traffic overcrowding frequently occurs. We ask for your patience and understanding in terms of our bus transportation during the first few days of school as potential delays may result due to this overcrowding. We have worked all summer refining runs for more efficiency and better service for our families and hopefully this will assist with traffic concerns. Again, we are eagerly awaiting the arrival of our students on Tuesday, September 2nd. On behalf of the Board of School Directors, administration, faculty and staff, I thank you for your ongoing support and wish you the very best in the coming school year. Enjoy the holiday weekend! Sincerely, Judith M. Clark Superintendent of Schools
Posted 08/26/2014 03:55PM
The District recently issued a new policy (No. 810.1) under Pennsylvania law which authorizes the possible presence of video and audio recording equipment and the conducting of audio and/or video recording on District school vehicles. Please be aware that this recording capability exists on District school vehicles and that a clearly visible sign will be present inside all school vehicles notifying persons that their actions and statements may be subject to audio and/or video recording. Click the tab for the entire policy.

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