Freshmen Leadership Network

Welcome!  Please use this page to:

  • Learn more about the Freshmen Leadership Network
  • Read about how to help your student with the transition from middle school to high school
  • Find links to pertinent topics relating to your student and his/her high school experience

Should you have a question that is not addressed on this page, please contact our high school office at 610-582-6100 and speak with the 9th grade assistant principal, Ted Isselmann, or your child’s guidance counselor.

What is the Freshmen Leadership Network?

The Freshmen Leadership Network (FLN) was conceived last year and is beginning its first phase of implementation in the 2016 – 2017 school year.  The program is designed to support the needs of our newest students as they transition into the high school environment.  Students will meet in groups with a faculty mentor and cover topics such as: student involvement, discipline, study habits, career planning, and empathy.

Our faculty, guidance staff, and administrators look forward to implementing this program and appreciate your feedback as well.

Articles about FLN and the MS to HS Transition

Frequently Asked Questions:

Attendance (early dismissals, lates, etc.)

  • If your child is out sick, please call the main office at 610-582-6100
  • Student Handbook – Attendance Policy
  • Attendance Excuse Form
  • Educational Trip Request Form

Bullying (policy, reporting)

Classes (adding/dropping)

Contact the guidance office at 610-582-6100 x. 2096

  • Raneiri, Guidance secretary
  • Richie – students with last names A – Fi
  • Marcinko – students with last names Fl – La
  • Witzel – students with last names Lo – Ri
  • Holland – students with last names Ro – Z

Clubs/Organizations

Emotional Support

  • BRIGHT Team consists of administrators, guidance counselors, and teachers. The group works with students who may need additional supports in or out of school.
  • Students and/or parents may also contact the guidance office at 610-582-6100 to discuss concerns
    • Raneiri, Guidance secretary
    • Richie – students with last names A – Fi
    • Marcinko – students with last names Fl – La
    • Witzel – students with last names Lo – Ri
    • Holland – students with last names Ro – Z

Events

Grades/Gradebook

  • Visit our Home Access Center (HAC) to view student schedules and grades
  • If you have questions about specific grades, please contact the teacher directly using our teacher directory or contact guidance at 610-528-6100 x. 2096

Locker

  • Student should see their homeroom teacher; if not resolved, they should go to the main office.

Logins/Technology

  • Please contact the HS main office at 610-582-6100

Teacher Contact

  • Our school policy is to have teachers respond to any parent contact within 48 hours. Please use our teacher directory to reach staff members.

Transportation

If issue on the bus with other students, student/parent to contact appropriate administrator:

  • McKnight – Building Principal
  • Aaron Sborz – Grades 10, 12
  • Megan Weber – Grade 11
  • Ted Isselmann – Grade 9

Special Education Services

Sports Eligibility

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