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Wissahickon High School

521 Houston Road, Ambler, PA  19002
Phone: 215-619-8112 Fax: 215-619-8113

Lyn Fields, Principal
Thomas Andrzejewski, Associate Principal
James Cairnes, Assistant Principal
Karen Gebhardt, Assistant Principal
Thomas Meier, Director of Sports and Activities

News & Announcements

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Read up on the latest news from WEOF! Click into the news headline to access April's Newsletter.
As we approach spring and hopefully have seen the last of winter, I wanted to inform you about the last day of school for the 2014-2015 school year. Please click the headline for the memorandum from Superintendent, Dr. James Crisfield.
Click this news headline to read the weekly "We Believe" letter from WHS Principal, Ms. Lyn Fields.
WHS Happenings for the week of April 13, 2015. Click the announcement title to access the Happenings in PDF format.
Wissahickon High School is proud to announce that the Joe Conklin Comedy Show is coming to the WHS Auditorium on April 24th from 7-9 pm. The show will include 2 lead-up comics with Joe Conklin as the feature performer. All proceeds from the show will go towards the WHS Scholarship Fund and in turn, to WHS students in the form of scholarships. Tickets are $20 and can be purchased the WHS Main Office.
The Montgomery County Intermediate Unit is pleased to present an evening of resources for families, educators, and students on May 7, 2015 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM at the new MCIU building. As many as 50 vendors will be on hand to discuss supports to Secondary Transition age students across disabilities and students with Autism age 3-21. Click the tab for more information.
Parents - Your assistance is needed. Please click into this news headline to read an important message from Principal Lyn Fields regarding procedures for ill students.
Beginning March 4th, Kindergarten registration packets can be pick up from the attending elementary school during school hours. Kindergarten registration appointments will be held at the Administration Building, by appointment only, from April 7th – April 27th. AFTER April 27th, Kindergarten registration packets will be distributed by the Registrar's Office.
The Pennsylvania Department of Education has mandated that the Spring 2015 window for Keystone testing will be from Wednesday, May 13th to Friday, May 27th. Some students are also participating in Advance Placement tests. Wissahickon High School has secured the following "late arrival days" for students who are not participating in these tests. Students taking Keystones will include any student taking Biology, 10th grade English or any non-12th grade student who has not obtained a proficient score previously on these two Keystone Exams. Click into this news headline for more information.
Please enjoy this Winter/Spring 2015 issue of the Wissahickon High School Parent-Teacher Council Newsletter. As always, it is a must-read, full of important high school information, people, events, and issues. Please read it cover to cover and encourage your friends to email to request an online copy. Only those who are PTC members or who have signed up for high school news alerts are receiving the digital edition, and this is a small fraction of WHS families. Fall and winter/spring issues are not printed. Only the summer issue is printed and mailed to all homes. Thank you, and enjoy! Click this announcement headline to view the newsletter.
Click this announcement headline to view or download a copy of a calendar for September-April that lists all day numbers, IE days and other important information. (Revised 3/6/2015)
Click this news headline to access the I/E Selection Deadlines for Spring 2015. (Revised 3/6/2015)
With your photos, we can raise money for college scholarships for students at WHS. Click into this news headline to learn how YOU can help!
In an effort to continue and enhance the tradition of offering scholarship money to graduating seniors, we are in search of additional sponsors. Click this news headline for more information.
The comprehensive plan is a proactive tool used to inform and guide zoning and policy decisions consistent with community-wide values and goals. Obtaining feedback from the community is vital to the planning process. These surveys will help inform the development of the Whitpain Township Comprehensive Plan Update. The surveys will be available until June 30, 2015. Click the headline for the two different surveys.

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