The Parent Connection
Updates for Special Education and Student Services
Upper Moreland will hold a New Kindergarten Student Registration on March 21st. Two times are available: 1:00pm-3:00pm and 5:30pm-7:00pm. Please report to the primary school with the following information:
- Birth Certificate (Children must turn 5 on or before September 1, 2019, no exceptions, per School Board Policy #201)
- Proof of Residency: Mortage Statement, Deed of Property, Apartment Lease (all children must be on the lease)
- Secondary Proof of Residency: Bank Statement, Car Registration, Utility Bill (must provide 2 proofs)
- Current Immunization Records
- Completed Registration Packet
Safe Schools Update
Have a tip, contact the Upper Moreland Safe School Helpline. Students and parents can anonymously report threats and concerns through call, text or through the app.
Call 1-800-418-6423 ext. 359
Download the app at Safeschoolhelpline.com
In addition, the district also participates in the State mandated Safe2Say Something Hotline.
Download the app by searching SAFE2SAYPA
Report online at SAFE2SAYPA.org
Want to reach out to the Safe Schools Parent Advisory Steering Committee? You can contact them with questions or concerns at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Check out the updated Safe Schools Model. We have many new and exciting initiatives going on in Upper Moreland to keep students safe.
This district maintains a list of local services, from food banks to housing partners, to counseling services. If you are in need, please click on the link below to check out this resource.
SIbling Support Group
Note: This group is not affiliated with or endorsed by Upper Moreland Township School District.
Teaching Teens Responsibility
Taking on more independence and responsibility is part of your adolescent's growth, and teaching the value of responsibility goes a long way in guiding them to becoming a responsible young adult.
Responsibility is being accountable for one's actions, whether good or bad. Taking on more independence and responsibility is part of your adolescent's growth, and teaching the value of responsibility goes a long way in guiding him or her to becoming a responsible young adult. Responsibility is not just about how the choices your teen makes affect them, but also how their choices and actions affect others. Giving your teen more responsibility throughout these high school years will set them up for success when they eventually leave the family home.
Source: NBC News Education
Special Education and Student Services Team
Director of Special Education & Student Services
email@example.com (215) 830-1513
Supervisor of Special Education
firstname.lastname@example.org (215) 830-1592