WHS Named Blue Ribbon School of Excellence
WHS has been named a 2016 National Blue Ribbon School by the U.S. Department of Education. We are among 279 public and 50 private schools receiving this honor and were recognized for being an exemplary, high-performing school. This award affirms the hard work of our students, teachers, families, administrators, and community and celebrates WHS for being a school where students master challenging content. Go Trojans!
Mayor Sorg Visits Second Grade at Lower Gwynedd Elementary
On Friday, October 7, Mayor Jeanne Sorg of Ambler visited the second grade classrooms at Lower Gwynedd Elementary to share her experiences as mayor. Currently, these students are learning about government as part of their social studies curriculum. The students prepared and asked questions about her role and responsibilities within the government.
Wiss Cares at WMS
Olweus, No Place for Hate, Travis Manion Foundation and Rachel’s Challenge are some of the programs that have been presented and implemented at Wissahickon Middle School. Each of these programs share a common theme of inclusion, making good choices and being the best person you can be. The focus is on positive relationships and a demonstration that Wiss Cares.