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Wissahickon Middle School

500 Houston Road, Ambler, PA  19002
Phone: 215-619-8110  Fax: 215-619-8111

Dr. Kevin McAneny, Principal
Kris DiGregorio, Assistant Principal
Toby Albanese, Assistant Principal


News & Announcements 

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The Wissahickon High School Hall of Fame Committee is still seeking out nominations for the Hall of Fame class of 2015. We are in search of graduates and individuals who have made a significant impact on this school/community in there time at Wissahickon. Click into this news headline for more info and specific criteria.
The WHS Program of Studies Night will be held in the WHS Auditorium on January 8th at 7:00 pm. Come on out to hear information about the WHS Program and get your questions answered about the High School schedule for 2015-16.
An Overview of the 2015-2016 Kindergarten program will be held on Wednesday March 4, 2015 at each of the elementary schools at 9:30 am. Registration packets can be picked up from each elementary school, beginning March 4, 2015. Click the tab for the entire overview.
This presentation, shared at the December 8, 2014 School Board meeting, reflects PSSA, Keystone Exam, and AP Exam achievement data from the 2013-14 school year. The presentation commences with a comparison of our District's achievement to the aggregate achievement across the State and provides an analysis of the District's performance trends on state and national assessments over multiple years. The presentation concludes with an overview of the components of the School Performance Profile (SPP) and corresponding profile data for each school. The SPP building scores are based on several measures of performance including state test scores, data that measures how much progress students make in a year, graduation rates, attendance rates, and more. Wissahickon's student achievement indicates specific areas to be targeted and the significant strengths that exist within many of our education programs. For the presentation please click the headline.
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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