Details About William Penn Senior High School Evacuation

Details about response to accident involving district school bus

This morning, a bus transporting students from William Penn Senior High School to the Edgar Fahs Smith STEAM Academy was involved in an accident. Six students were transported to the hospital for assessment of possible injuries. As of 3 p.m., each of the students had been treated and released from the hospital. The driver of the school bus was also transported to the hospital. All other students on the bus were evaluated by school nurses.

The school district contacted parents of the affected students and will report more information to the public when it is available. The safety and well-being of our students is always our top priority. We appreciate the community’s support and patience as we continue to investigate.

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If …
Principals lead school-wide efforts to support teacher collaboration and increase students’ readiness to learn; and Teachers work together to provide instruction that is aligned with standards, consistent with the district’s scope and sequence, and differentiated to meet individual student needs; and Other school staff contribute to a school environment that fosters effective teaching and learning; and Central office staff work together to support school principals by setting clear expectations, providing needed resources in a timely manner, tracking and reporting on progress toward goals and facilitating communication with all stakeholders; and Students attend school prepared to engage in purposeful learning; and Families are engaged in supporting their students’ learning.

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