• Summer Reading Challenge Update May 24, 2015
    As of right now, our Spring Ridge Readers have read a total of 237,852 minutes.  We still need 355,655 more minutes to reach our goal from last year.  Come on Spring Ridge!  You can do it!  Remember if you beat last year's goal, we get to dunk Mrs. Hart!
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    2015-16 Kindergarten Registration
    If you have a child that will be five (5) years old by September 1, 2015, you may now pre-register your child for Kindergarten for the 2015-16 school year.  For each eligible child, you must complete a Registration Form and mail it to:  Dr. Kate Long, Director of Pupil Services, 2601 Grandview Boulevard, West Lawn, PA, 19609, or return it through a school-age child.   Further information about our Kindergarten Teachers at Spring Ridge Elementary and Kindergarten readiness can be found in the attached document,   Kindergarten Document, or can be located at the following website:
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  • Technology Parent Night @Southern MS
    Do you want to learn more about setting up: your own "Free" Google account, parental filters at home that keep your child safe on all devices, or learn about how to support your children in our ever-changing digital world? If so, please come to the Wilson School District’s Technology Parent Night at Southern Middle School on June 3rd from 6:30-8pm. Please register using this link, 
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  • Summer Reading Challenge 2015


    The Challenge runs from today through June 1st.  Both the minutes read at school and at home count and need to be recorded on the log by students and/or parents.  For our kindergarten students, the minutes they read with parents or parents read to them counts! Parents must initial the log sheets daily. Log sheets are due each week on Mondays (or Tuesday for the week of Memorial Day).  We will NOT accept late logs, so if you forget your log, your minutes will not count towards our grand total.

           If we beat last year’s record of 593,507 minutes, we will have a special assembly after Red and White day to watch Mrs. Hart get dunked.  Some students will earn the opportunity to try to dunk Mrs. Hart.  To qualify for an opportunity, you must read the most minutes in your homeroom for all 3 weeks (minutes will be tabulated).  Also, classroom teachers will select another student from each room who show a great effort in reading during the challenge to throw a pitch.  The classroom with the most minutes read will have more students selected at random to try to dunk Mrs. Hart.  Basically the more we read, the more opportunities we have to try and dunk Mrs. Hart!


    Good luck Spring Ridge!!!

    Here is a link kicking off our Summer Reading Challenge...starring our Spring Ridge Super Readers!!
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  • 3rd Quarter Report Cards

    The Quarter 3 report card will be visible through Family Access starting on the evening of April 17, 2015.  A reminder that report cards will only be accessible to parents through the Skyward Family Access site. Paper copies of report cards are no longer be distributed by the Wilson School District but parents who do not have Internet access may request a paper copy from the school. 

    In order to access the Skyward site you will need to know your username and password. If you have lost this information, the individual school buildings are not permitted to send home the log-in information with students or provide the information over the telephone. The only way the schools can provide this information to individual parents is in person at your child’s school. Each parent requesting log-in information will need to show photo identification to office personnel.

     We thank you for your cooperation regarding the 3rd Quarter marking period!
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  • Spring Ridge Night at the Fightin Phils
    Spring Ridge Elementary will be celebrating a night at the Fightins on Tuesday, May 5th.  The night will consist of the outstanding student award ceremony that will start at 5:30 PM and conclude at approximately at 6:00P.M.  Game time is at 6:35 P.M.
    For more information, please click on the attachment. Reading Fightin Phils

    We hope to see you there with the rest of the Spring Ridge Community!
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  • Fourth Grade Wax Museum

    On Friday, April 10th, 2015, Fourth Grade helped celebrate their annual wax museum.  Some of the famous innovators, artists, presidents and more we saw were Pocahontas, Amelia Earhart, LeBron James, and even Elvis came to join the crew, along with many other famous people.  Family, friends, and fellow teachers were all here to support 4th grade in a job well done!
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  • Dads: Be a Hero for A Day!

    Be a Watch D.0.G.!

    Dads of Great Students spend a day at school helping children in classrooms, with small groups and one-on-one. They do flashcards, read, listen, play games and more. They have lunch, specials and an academic class with their own children. Most of all, these dads connect with kids, letting them know by their very presence that the men in their community care about them and their education!

    More information regarding becoming a watch dog can be found on Ms. Grant's website. Watch Dog Information
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    Dr. Seuss Day
    On Monday March 2nd, 2015, students at Spring Ridge Elementary helped celebrate Dr. Seuss’s birthday.  Several students came into other classrooms to read some Dr. Seuss books to their peers.  Great job everyone!
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  • Keeping Our Kids Safe
    In light of recent incidents, as a school district, Wilson is being as proactive as possible. Our administrators and teachers have been talking with our students on ways to Keep Safe. We are also working closely with our District Resource Officer Robert Johnson and our local law enforcement. As a parent/guardian, you, too, can talk to your child. Please click here to access “Parent/Guardian Resources to Keep Kids Safe.”
    In addition, teachers have also discussed to students on how to Keep Safe.  Attached is what teachers have discussed with their students.   Teacher Checklist
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