• Staff Accomplishments

    Colleen Quinn-Maxwell and Deborah Lawlor, both Health and Physical Education teachers at Lower Moreland High School, were featured on Fox29 news for the new initiatives that the Health and PE department were able to fund through grants.  These initiatives include:

    • Stand-Up Paddle Boards which are used during the swimming unit,
    • Heart rate monitors;
    • Flexible classroom seating in the Health Classroom; and
    • Sunscreen dispensers which are installed near the High School and Murray Avenue fields so students can practice sun safety.

    Grant funds from the District mini-grants, The Foundation for Lower Moreland Schools, the Parent-Teacher Association, and the Richard David Kann Melanoma Foundation helped to make these efforts a reality.  Fox29 reporter, Bob Kelly, interviewed students and Mrs. Quinn-Maxwell and Mrs. Lawlor.

    Students Against Melanoma Bob Kelly

    The Principal of Pine Road Elementary School, Dr. Brian Swank, was featured on many news outlets for his act of reading books via Facetime to a bus of  students who were delayed in getting home during the snowstorm on November 15.   The terrific bus drivers from our transportation provider, First Student, were also featured on the news.

     

    Dr. Swank Bus Drivers
     

    Mrs. Andrea Succi, the Library/ Gifted Clerical Assistant, at Pine Road Elementary School organized the annual blood drive at the school on November 20 in conjuction with the American Red Cross.  The donations will help save 96 lives and ensure hospital patients have the lifesaving blood they need during this critical holiday time. 

    Blood Drive

Last Modified on November 27, 2018