Our goal is to provide consistent messaging across the Upper Perkiomen School District as well as provide all our stakeholders with a look inside the daily District happenings through our various communications channels. The Communications Office handles all media requests, districtwide communications, social media, branding efforts, website management, and much more. Make sure you're connected with us to stay in-the-know!
Do you have good news? We love to hear about student activities and achievements in and outside the classroom. Email the Communications team to let us know.
In the event of inclement weather or a school emergency that results in early dismissal, late arrival of students or the closing of schools, the district may notify the community via: email, phone call, text or on social media platforms.
How to stay informed:
During an emergency situation, we want you to receive the most accurate information and you can help by ensuring your information is updated. In order to receive safety messages during an emergency, the district will contact you through your information found in Skyward. Log in to your account or contact your child's school to ensure all information is correct and up-to-date.
Upper Perkiomen School District receives many requests from local organizations to distribute flyers and other materials in our schools. We review requests from community-based, non-profit organizations on a weekly basis. All distribution is electronic, and shared on the Community Bulletin Board.
Requirements for Flyer Approval:
- Offered by a community-based, non-profit organization, or a community oriented activity or event offered by students, parents or staff of Upper Perkiomen School District
- Serves or appeals to the majority of Upper Perkiomen youth
- Contains non-curricular information with social, recreational or educational value for students and/or families
- Located within the Upper Perkiomen School District lines