Friday, May 3, 2013
In an unprecedented move, the district organized a special recognitions program to honor the many student achievements this year.
The 2013 Upper Moreland School District’s (UMSD) Special Recognitions Program was held on the evening of April 30, honoring nearly 50 student musicians and athletes and over 100 cheering families and members of the district in the audience. UMSD superintendent Dr. Robert Milrod provided opening remarks for the event. He said the district’s Recognition Program has been consecutively held for the last decade, as student athletes and musicians who achieve at the division, league or state levels are honored before the Upper Moreland School Board. “However, this winter and spring, to see our students achieve so much at such high levels, we outgrew the board room,” Milrod said, widely smiling. The event lasted just over an hour, as each student …
Thursday, April 26, 2012
Upper Moreland Township's Parks and Recreation Department encourages families to sign up for its summer programs, as spots are quickly filling.
Upper Moreland Township residents recently recieved the Township Newsletter, containing a pull-out section that highligts all of the township's summer offerings. "Registrations are about average for this time of year," Pat Stasio, township Parks and Recereation director, said a the last Parks and Recreation committee meeting. With over 40 programs for children and teen youth, Stasio said that registration is around 50-percent capacity. He said that some programs, including the township's supervised playground program, fill quickly, and advising residents not to wait unitl the last minute to sign up. Stasio added that the township is willing to discuss payment options with parents or gaurdians for its various programs. According to an …
Thursday, December 22, 2011
By staying 'calm and collected' the Golden Bears were able to maintain their winning lead throughout the game.
Friday, September 23, 2011
Also in this week's recap: The field hockey team is looking to snap a skid, and the boys soccer team earns an impressive win this week.
It didn’t look pretty for the Upper Moreland girls soccer team Wedesday afternoon against Cheltenham. The team was down by four goals at halftime, as the team couldn’t get anything going. Head coach Joe Joyce told his girls during the halftime break to just relax and play soccer. “They were really tired, “said Joyce. “They were kind of down in the dumps. I told them at halftime to go out there and have some fun and everything will work out.” The Bears came into the second half a different team, salvaging two goals by the time the game was over. They had more opportunities on the offensive end that almost lead to a few more goals. “I was happy that we kind of reset a little bit after halftime,” said Joyce. “I like the second half much …