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Pottstown School District Father Daughter Dance
Pottstown School District Father-Daughter Dance proved to be a tremendous success. The middle school gym was the site for the young ladies and their male role models to spend quality family time dancing the night away.  
 
With an attendance of over 600, the event was declared a success by event organizer and school board member Ms. Katina Bearden. Board members Amy Francis and Sue Lawrence were on hand to help organize and see that the evening ran smoothly.
 
It was clear from the smiles on the young ladies faces and the proud dads taking pictures to capture the moment which will be shared for years to come that all enjoyed a night of family time. Look for our Mother-Son Dance in the Spring.
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Zach Griffin High School Names November MVP
Congratulations to Zach Griffin on being named Pottstown High School Most Valuable Pupil ( MVP) for the month of November. He is a member of the band, football, and wrestling teams. Whether it is helping the hosting football team fold the American flag after a tough loss or fulfilling his commitment to the marching band by flying to Disney a day late so he doesn’t let the football team down during playoffs, Zach always makes us Pottstown Proud!


 
McDonald's Donation giving check McDonald's Donation
Trojan Proud of Bruce and Marcia Graham the owners/operators of the local McDonald's restaurants their $1,000 donation to the Foundation for Pottstown Education will be used to support student success. The Grahams have a long history of partnership and support of our students. Thank you for all you do for our schools and community.


 
Ribbon for honor roll listings First Marking Period Honor Roll Listing
Congratulations to al Pottstown School District students who made the first marking period honor roll. Attached are the listings for all grade levels.
Please click this link to see the full listing





 
Owen Morton football player running on field Trojan Alumni Earn Sportsmanship Award
Trojan Proud of Hailey Christman, a Freshmen member of the Delaware Valley College Cross Country team and OwenHailey Christman track runner Morton, a freshmen member of the Alvernia Football team for being named to Mid Atlantic Conference All-Sportsmanship Team. They represent the values learned in the participation in co-curricular activities and strong support from school and family. The MAC Sportsmanship Teams recognize student-athletes who exemplify great character and demonstrate the act of sportsmanship both on and off the field. These student-athletes were selected by the head coaches from their respective teams. They represent their team, institution and the conference with high integrity, and exhibit respect for themselves, teammates, coaches, and opponents.


 
Students zip roping in outdoor educational experience Outdoor Classroom Learning Experience
A week-long visit to nature center caps 3-year environmental education effort in Pottstown. Sometimes learning valuable lessons requires getting your hands dirty, getting your feet wet and climbing a few trees. But that's not something 168 Pottstown Middle School sixth-graders need to be told. Thanks to an effort to expand environmental education in partnership with Natural Lands, PECO and the NorthBay Adventure Camp, they already know. Click here to read all about it in the Pottstown Mercury.


 
Ryan oxenford Juggling His Responsibilities
At Barth Elementary Principal Ryan Oxenford juggles a lot of responsibilities, but always finds time to stop in classrooms to give a helping "hands" with vocabulary development. CLICK HERE TO WATCH MR. OXENFORD JUGGLE! CLICK HERE TO WATCH MR. OXENFORD JUGGLE!



 
The Nutcracker The Soul of The Nutcracker
Higher Ground presents "The Soul of The Nutcracker on Sunday, December 16th. Click here for more information.




 
Free Toys Free Christmas Toys for Kids!
Available on a first come first serve basis, the Higher Ground International, Pottstown Campus is offering free toys for infants to 12 years old. Click here for more information.



 
Olivet Boys & Girls Club Afterschool Program Olivet Boys & Girls Club Afterschool Program
The Olivet Boys & Girls Club has an afterschool program at the Ricketts Center, 658 Beech Street. Please click this attached flyer for all the important details.


 
DECA induction DECA Induction Press Release
Recently, the Pottstown High School DECA organization, an association of marketing students, elected a new slate of officers and inducted 20 new members at a program held in the Pottstown High School cafeteria. The evening’s ceremonies were conducted by DECA Advisors Mrs. Lyndsay Hashem and Mr. Kevin Pascal. Click here to read the full press release.


 
stephen rodriguez Superintendent Rodriguez: Can guns make our schools safer?
For many students, parents and politicians, the school shooting in Parkland, Florida, was a wake-up call on just how vulnerable schools can be to major acts of violence. So we begin again the public square debate on all the questions that keep coming up since as far back as the Columbine shooting in 1999.

 
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The Pottstown School District, in accordance with Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972, will not discriminate in educational programs which it operates, or in admission or enrollment procedures on the basis of race, religion, sex, color, age, national origin, or handicap.  We assure that procedures and practices are followed to provide equal access to all programs.  Any questions concerning the application of Title IX, compliance or complaints may be referred to Deena Cellini, Compliance Officer, at 230 Beech Street, Pottstown, PA 19464. Telephone 610-970-6657.
Notice of Special Education Services
According to state and federal special education regulations, annual public notice to parents of children who reside within a school district is required regarding child find responsibilities. School districts (SDs), intermediate units (IUs) and charter schools (CSs) are required to conduct child find activities for children who may be eligible for services via Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. For additional information related to Section 504/Chapter 15 services, the parent may refer to Section 504, Chapter 15, and the Basic Education Circular entitled Implementation of Chapter 15. Also, school districts are required to conduct child find activities for children who may be eligible for gifted services via 22 Pa Code Chapter 16. For additional information regarding gifted services, the parent may refer to 22 PA Code Chapter 16. If a student is both gifted and eligible for Special Education, the procedures in IDEA and Chapter 14 shall take precedence.
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