assistant superintendent The Assistant Superintendent oversees the Office of Curriculum and Instruction, which is supported by the Director of Teaching and Learning; the Director of Student Services; the Director of Equity and Cultural Responsiveness; and the Director of Technology.

buildings & groundsThe Buildings and Grounds Department is responsible for the maintenance and operations of eight buildings and is committed to providing a clean and safe environment for all staff and students.

businessThe Business Office is responsible for budgeting, accounting, payroll, purchasing, accounts payable, and related services.

Communications The Communications department is responsible for sharing news and information in a variety of ways to connect with families, staff and community members.

curriculum & instructionThe Office of Curriculum and Instruction oversees professional development and ensures the curriculum is strategically aligned with state and national standards and supports the district's mission to prepare ALL students for success.

food serviceThe Nutrition Group, Wissahickon's food service vendor, provides nutritious meals to all students in the school district. 

health servicesThe Health Services department partners with families, teachers, administrators, food services and other district departments to promote optimal physical and emotional student health.

human resourcesThe Human Resources team manages recruitment and hiring, and employee services, including benefits.

registrationThe registrar manages the enrollment process for new students.

student servicesStudent Services oversees an extensive array of regular and special education programs and services.

superintendentThe Superintendent is responsible for the leadership and supervision of all operations, services, and programs of the school district.

technologyThe Technology Department supports district staff and students with the operation and use of technology and implementation of the Wiss21 Teaching and Learning Initiative.

transportationThe Transportation Department transports approximately 6,500 students, including nonpublic schools.