Students at Sandy Run had a ‘Pink Out’ today in recognition and awareness of breast cancer. Each month students and staff will dress up to raise awareness of different issues, diseases and societal situations as well as bond us together for a noble cause. Susan G. Komen is the charitable benefactor of today’s donations.
Sixth grade students had a fantastic time recently at the Stomp – a 6th grade tradition held on a Friday afternoon and sponsored by our PTO. Students danced to the beat of a DJ, made new friends and celebrated the successful start of a new year!
Smoothies, fresh fruit, graham crackers and assorted beverages are available for purchase by students every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday in the main lobby. Students should use their student cafeteria account for purchases.
Art Pierce, the original Planetarium Director at Upper Dublin Planetarium stopped by to see the facility here at Sandy Run Middle School. Art retired 25 years ago and I know some of you will remember him as either a co-worker or if you were a student in Upper Dublin. Watching him and his wife reminisce about his days at Sandy Run provided me with a little perspective of how what we do here at UD is such a meaningful part of not just the students’ lives that we teach, but also a huge meaningful part of our own…
The School District Of Upper Dublin
1580 Fort Washington Avenue
Maple Glen, PA 19002