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Over 150 elementary students in the Pottstown School District took part in the Olympics but they did not have to travel any further than the auditorium of Pottstown Middle School. Students participated in the 17th annual Pottstown School District’s Reading Olympics Competition. The Reading Olympics requires teams of students to read 45 books in preparation for the event. Each round of competition sees two opposing teams attempt to answer 20 questions given in rapid-fire fashion from the moderators. After a question is asked about a book, teams huddle to determine the correct answer. One point is awarded for each correct answer and Olympic ribbons are awarded for overall performance. The district teams qualify to compete in the annual Montgomery County Intermediate Unit competition which annually attracts over 500 teams and 7,000 participants.

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Posted Thursday, March 23, 2017

By Holly Herman

Eriq Johnson could hardly wait to see what ingredients he and his teammates were getting to whip up a sandwich and a dessert Monday in the Chopped Challenge at Pottstown High School.

"I was baking all weekend with my mother," the 17-year-old junior said, waiting for Grumpy's fifth annual competition to start. "I really love cooking."

The boys were competing against the girls in Jackie Mathias' culinary class in the competition modeled after the popular reality television show, "Chopped," on the Food Network.The winning sandwich and dessert will be sold on the menu for a year at Grumpy's Handcarved Sandwiches, 137 E. High St.

The girls appeared to be starting at a disadvantage.

There were only two of them, but there were seven boys.

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Posted Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Taking pride tonight in Pottstown High School senior and High Street Music Company student, Kyle Kratzer working on his graduation project in the High Street studio. He is currently composing an original soundscape to accompany video. Kyle will be attending Millersville University in the Fall for Music Technology.

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Posted Monday, March 20, 2017

If you were wondering what an elementary school principal does on a snow day when there are no students or teachers in the building, Mr. Matt Moyer, Pottstown School District Principal of Rupert Elementary School, takes us on a closed doors tour. Hope you enjoyed your snow day, he did.  Click HERE for video.


 

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Posted Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Our PHS Jazz Band under the direction of Mr. Mike Vought received a rating of "Outstanding" at the Daniel Boone Jazz Festival. Competing against seven other area schools the Rhythm section of Garry Oberholtzer, Julian Weber, Emily Weber, Eddie Butler, Gabe Francis and Dylan Thorne were judged "Best Rhythm Section" and trombone soloist Kyle Kratzer was recognized as "Best Soloist". PS of extra note Eddie Butler just received word he has been accepted at Kutztown University. Proud to be from Pottstown

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Posted Monday, March 13, 2017

Congratulations to Culinary Arts students Felicity Patten and Jaylen Chestnut, they along with their teacher Chef Jacquelyn Mathias showcased their talents at the Pottstown Home Show held a Coventry Mall. Felicity along with Chef Mathias created a sweet delight with their "house of cake" entry in the cake decorating event. Jaylen took on professional chefs in the chopped contest where he was give thirty minutes to create a luncheon dish from the secret ingredients he was given. Our Career Technical Education students are learning skills for the workplace and attitudes for a lifetime.

  
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Posted Monday, March 13, 2017
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