News from the 'View
Skyview Upper Elementary School
Important Skyview update -staffing
As you are aware, the Methacton Board of School Directors recently voted to close Audubon Elementary School. Dr. Zerbe has appointed me effective immediately as the district’s Principal in Charge of Transition Coordination (this is a special assignment that will likely continue for several months). In general, I will continue to be based out of Skyview, but will be charged to work with administrators, teachers, staff, and parents to address the myriad of transition matters associated with this change to our district.
During the period of time that I am serving the district in this capacity, Mr. John Smink will assume daily principal responsibilities at Skyview. Mrs. Peggy Bonder, current Skyview Instruction Support teacher will assume assistant principal responsibilities. In order to continue to support our Skyview students, Mrs. Diana Kernop (current 5th grade, Stars team) will temporarily move into the Instructional Support teacher position and Mrs. Sue Schofield will serve as the substitute ELA and Social Studies teacher on the Stars team.
Thank you for your continued support of our learning community.
Mrs. Melissa E. Gorla
6th Grade Read-a-Thon - Friday, March 31st - 3:15 - 8 p.m. - participation forms still being accepted in the main office!
MARCH 15, 2017 -PAYING FOR COLLEGE: IT’S NEVER TOO EARLY TO START PLANNING
Curious about your child’s future plans?
By 2020, 65% of jobs will require a college degree or other post-secondary training and 35% of jobs will not require training past high school*. Career and college topics will be discussed. Special focus will be on the costs of post-secondary education (college, trade/technical school). Participants will gain an awareness of the importance of early discussions about future.
*Study from Georgetown University
March 15, 2017
7 - 9 p.m.
Speakers: Michael Burke (PHEAA) and Kelly Davis (PA Dept. of Treasury)
Please RSVP to your child's school counselor:
News from The Special Education Alliance
Monday, March 6, 2017
7 - 9 p.m.
Methacton High School Library
The Special Education Alliance meetings are an opportunity for parents and guardians to connect and to decide on topics and events that would be most beneficial to the Methacton special needs community.