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District Announcements
WELCOME TO THE SPRING-FORD AREA SCHOOL DISTRICT
Welcome to the Spring-Ford Area School District homepage. As you navigate our website, it is our hope that your experience will help promote student, family and community involvement in our district. Whether you are looking for sports schedules, building events or general information about the Spring-Ford Area School District, we believe it will be evident that “Spring-Ford is MAKING EVERY DAY COUNT.”
Enjoy and thank you for visiting us.
Dr. David Goodin
Superintendent

UPDATED VOLUNTEER POLICY FOR THE 2015-2016 SCHOOL YEAR
Volunteers are an essential ingredient in the success of our schools and students. In an effort to ensure student safety in our schools, the Spring-Ford Area School District will be revising the Volunteer Policy for the 2015-2016 school year. The revised policy will go into effect at the start of the 2015-2016 school year. The Community Volunteer webpage has been updated with all of the new information, Frequently Asked Questions and links to all of the necessary documents. To visit the Community Volunteer webpage, please click on the VOLUNTEER INFORMATION button on the right side of the district home page or click here.
 
The major changes to the revised Community Volunteer Policy include:
  • Spring-Ford Volunteer Registration and Disclosure Statement – Each year, all volunteers shall be required to complete and sign the Spring-Ford Volunteer Registration and Disclosure Statement and the Tuberculosis Exposure Risk Assessment Questionnaire. These forms must be submitted to each school building that the volunteer wishes to volunteer in and will be kept on file in the main school building office.
  • Child Protective Services LawUnder amendments to the state Child Protective Services law, all teachers, staff, administrators, contractors and volunteers who come into contact with students must obtain specific clearances. Prior to participating in any volunteer opportunity, each Spring-Ford Area School District volunteer shall be required to complete and submit the following three clearances:
 
The Community Volunteer webpage provides greater detail into the revisions of the policy as well as direct links to all of the necessary forms. Thank you, in advance, for your continuing support!
 
ATHLETIC SPORTS REGISTRATION
Parents are reminded to register any student (going into grades 7-12) who plans on participating in a Fall, Winter or Spring sport. In order to register your student the following must be completed before they can participate in any practice.
  1. NEW! Click here to register online.
  2. Section 5 – Health History must be printed, completed and returned.
  3. Section 6 – PIAA Comprehensive Initial Pre-Participation Physical, must be printed, signed and dated by the doctor after June 1, 2015 for the 2015-2016 school year.
The above forms must be turned into Athletic Office for your student’s grade level. Failure to adhere to this due date will result in missed tryout opportunity.
BACK-TO-SCHOOL INFORMATION
The 2015-2016 school year will be here before you know it! Check out the new Back-to-school webpage, as it contains a wealth of information for both new and returning parents and families including Back-to-School Night dates, important dates and much more.


Click here for the Back-to-School page.

 
JOIN SPRING-FORD'S 19TH ANNUAL BLUE AND GOLD SCHOLARSHIP GOLF OUTING
You won't hear "fore" a the 19th Annual Blue and Gold Scholarship Golf Outing, but you may hear a few people shout "Spring-FORD!" Register your favorite golfing foursome for the best golf outing around!

WHEN: Monday, August 10, 2015
WHERE: Spring-Ford Country Club
DETAILS: Your registration fee includes a great round of golf, lunch, two hour hors d’oeuvres reception, dinner and prizes.
Click here to register!

THE WASHINGTON POST SELECTS SPRING-FORD AREA SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL AS A ONE OF “AMERICA’S MOST CHALLENGING HIGH SCHOOLS”
Spring-Ford Area High School (SFAHS) students and staff continue to receive national recognition for outstanding work, most recently as the school made The Washington Post’s 2015 list of America’s Most Challenging High Schools.
 
The Washington Post ranks schools through an index formula that’s a simple ratio: the number of Advanced Placement (AP) exams and/or International Baccalaureate and Advanced International Certificate of Education tests given at a school each year, divided by the number of seniors who graduated that year. A ratio of 1.000 means the school had as many tests as graduates. SFAHS has seen an increase in the number of AP exams that students elect to participate in, making their ratio 1.250 in 2015.

Congratulations to our students and staff!
NEWSWEEK SELECTS SPRING-FORD AREA HIGH SCHOOL AS ONE OF AMERICAS TOP HIGH SCHOOLS!
We are excited to announce that Spring-Ford Area High School was named by Newsweek as one of America’s Top High Schools! Spring-Ford Area High School was ranked in the top 500 out of 14,000 schools across the country, and one of only 42 high schools in Pennsylvania. Please join us in celebrating this great news by congratulating our students and staff! Spring-Ford Area School District is making every day count!
 


 



 
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