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NEW Podcast! Leading with Dignity: Casual Conversations with Dr. Dawan
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NOW PLAYING! Leading with Dignity: Casual Conversations with Dr. Dawan! Each episode, Dr. Mwenyewe Dawan connects with our district leaders to showcase their personalities, passions, and stories behind their roles! We hope that you'll find a deeper understanding and appreciation of the remarkable work our leaders undertake every day.

  • Episode #1: Ms. Keziah La Torre, Director of Equity and Cultural Responsiveness
  • Episode #2: Dr. Lynne Blair, Wissahickon High School Principal

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Wiss Nation Difference Makers
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As part of our Class of 2024 celebrations, seniors were asked to choose a WSD employee who they identified as a “Difference Maker” - a person who has positively impacted their academic journey and/or personal life. We are pleased to share videos of eight seniors reading their letter.

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National Merit Scholar Finalists Pay Tribute to our Staff
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The seven WHS National Merit Scholar Finalists were recognized at the WSD School Board meeting on May 6 and paid tribute to a staff member who made an impact on their personal and academic growth. The students chose a book and dedicated it with a personal letter to the staff member. 


WHS Ranked Among Best High Schools
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Wiss Nation is excited to announce that Wissahickon High School was ranked among the top 4% of high schools in the nation and among the best in the state by U.S. News and World Report. WHS was ranked 16th best public high school in Pennsylvania and 3rd best in Montgomery County!

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Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month
May is Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month

Wiss Nation is excited to recognize Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, which is a time to acknowledge the contributions and influence of Asian Americans and Pacific Islander Americans on the history, culture, and achievements of the United States.

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District Artist of the Month: Braddek Fong, Stony Creek
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Congratulations to second grader, Braddek Fong, our District Artist of the Month. Braddek completed a low relief Egyptian mask using glue, string, foil, and markers. The portrait projects slightly from the background, creating a sculptural effect. Second grade classes explored ancient Egyptian art and culture, which provided inspiration! Braddek was congratulated by Stony Creek Principal Mrs. Washam and Art Teacher Mrs. Coyle.





Why I Work at Wiss Nation

One of the reasons why Wissahickon is a leader in education is because we value the importance of relationships. Click below to watch the video and hear why new and long-term staff members enjoy working at Wissahickon.

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Shoutout to our WHS Students in Pippin!

A big round of applause to our WHS students on their amazing production of the musical, Pippin. The cast and crew entertained a large audience of students, staff, families and community members during three performances, March 7-9. 

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What Does that Word Mean?

Learn a new word today by watching the Stony Creek Vocabulary Day Parade. Students and staff enjoyed a stupendous day, demonstrating the meaning of their favorite words through signs and costumes. What a great way to expand our students' vocabulary and show off their word mastery.

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Shady Grove's Golden Spatula

Shady Grove’s Golden Spatula is a new, fun competition to promote positive behavior in the cafeteria.  It is awarded every 12 days to one classroom in each grade level. Each day the cafeteria table that best exhibits respect, responsibility, and safety in the classroom wins a Golden Spatula. After 12 days, the class who has accumulated the most Golden Spatulas wins! The winning class earns a special lunch bunch with Mrs. Sibley and they can display their winning poster and trophy outside of their classroom.

That's Music to My Ears!

Bravo to the 68 talented students on their exceptional performance in the musical, Once on This Island, Jr. Students performed four sold-out shows February 29-March 2.  


Kindergarten Registration Reminder
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Don't Forget! Children turning 5 on or before September 1, 2024 are eligible to enter Kindergarten at Wissahickon School District. Registration is encouraged by March 1, 2024.

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Wiss SELebrates: Belongingness
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Each month, our schools incorporate lessons and activities that support social emotional learning (SEL) skills -- self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, relationship skills and responsible decision making. 

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Free Breakfast & Other Healthy Options Every Day!
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Check out our Food Service resources, including how to view menus, choose healthy breakfast and lunch options, pay for school meals and download the Nutrislice app. There is a wide variety of healthy selections every day!   

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Join us for the WHS and WMS Art Show
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Don't miss the 2024 Wissahickon High School and Middle School Art Show, Wednesday, May 22 and Thursday, May 23, 6-9 pm. The event features artwork from our talented students enrolled Ceramics, Graphic Design, Photography and Art!

Summer Assignments and Resources
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To support our students with continued learning and possible enrichment opportunities over the summer, check out the supplemental learning resources, recommended reading lists and summer course assignments by grade level on our Summer 2024 webpage.

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News & Events

Our Vision

Wiss Nation is a learning community where all students and staff feel a sense of belonging and are inspired to engage and excel to their fullest potential. 


We strive to promote a culture of BELONGING through our policies, practices and programs.

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Join our Team

One of the reasons why Wissahickon is a leader in education is because we value the importance of people.

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Stay Connected

We use multiple methods to communicate important information to our community.

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Student Registration

We are excited to welcome your family to our learning community.

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Wissahickon Happenings

Are you interested in student and staff achievements and upcoming events? Check out the monthly Wiss Watch newsletter and subscribe!

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