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West Rockhill Elementary School
1000 Washington Avenue
Sellersville, PA 18960
Phone: 215-257-9200
Fax: 215-257-2802

Office Hours: 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM

Building Contacts
Dr. Michelle Wiley, Principal
Mrs. Michelle Fluck, Administrative Assistant
Mr. Lorn Strawser, Facilities Manager


Our Hours

It is very important that arrival and dismissal times are adhered to by all members of the school community. It is critical that students arrive promptly so our teachers are able to focus on preparing and delivering outstanding lessons each day. We thank you for following the times listed below:

Regular ScheduleTwo-Hour Delay/Modified
Grade 1 - 5
Arrival/Drop-Off:        8:20 AM
Dismiss to Class:      8:35 AM
Start of Class:          8:50 AM
Dismissal/Pick Up:   3:35 PM

AM Kindergarten 
Arrival/Drop-Off:      
 8:50 AM 
Start of Class:          9:00 AM 
Dismissal/Pick Up:  11:40 AM

PM Kindergarten 
Arrival/Drop-Off:    
  12:25 PM 
Start of Class:         12:35 PM 
Dismissal/Pick Up:    3:15 PM
Grade 1 - 5
Arrival/Drop-Off:       10:20 AM
Dismiss to Class:    10:35 AM
Start of Class:         10:50 AM
Dismissal/Pick Up:    3:35 PM

AM Kindergarten 
Arrival/Drop-Off:    
  10:50 AM 
Start of Class:         11:00 AM 
Dismissal/Pick Up:  12:40 AM

PM Kindergarten 
Arrival/Drop-Off:        1:30 PM 
Start of Class:          
1:40 PM 
Dismissal/Pick Up:    3:20 PM
 
All students arriving after start time must report to the office to receive a late pass. 

To report a student's absence, please call the attendance clerk at: 215-257-2780 (option 4).


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T.A.K.E.S. P.R.I.D.E. Theme

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April’s T.A.K.E.S.  P.R.I.D.E. theme is initiative.

Initiative means making decisions and taking action on your own without the advice or help from others.People who demonstrate initiative take steps to make things happen. They design a strategy to solve a problem or make a plan to achieve something they desire.

This month, take time to practice initiative. Some ways you can do this include: 
  • helping someone in need even before the person asks;
  • inviting a bullying victim to join in a game with you and your friends; 
  • doing what is right without waiting to be told;
  • using time wisely to solve problems and accomplish goals. 
Initiative is one of the top qualities today’s employers are seeking. Those who demonstrate initiative will be the ones most likely to be hired and promoted. At school and at work, those with initiative will be those most likely to achieve success!

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