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Bomb Threat
Good Morning Pottstown Families and Partners,

This morning, Friday February 24, we were notified by the police that they received a bomb threat. Upon conferring with the police department, the threat was deemed to be non credible. Classes and school activities will continue on their regular schedule. We will be cooperating with the Pottstown Police department in this investigation. As always, student and staff safety is our primary concern and if you have any information about this matter, please call our safe line at 610-970-6705

Stephen Rodriguez,
Acting Superintendent

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Jazz Band Shines

The Pottstown High School Jazz Band had their first competitive outing at the Phoenixville Jazz Festival. They were awarded an Excellent rating. Participants included: Hannah Shankle, Yuliza Cruz, Dylan Brandt, Chloe Hebert, Casey Mest, Nick Wilson, Will Minnick, Mitchell Aquino, Abby Welder, Jacob Eagle, Kyle Kratzer, David Hicks, Caitlin McLaughlin, John Stilwell, Julian Weber, Garry Oberholtzer, Emily Weber, Eddie Butler, Gabe Francis, and Dylan Thorne. Solos were performed by: Hannah Shankle, Dylan Brandt, Chloe Hebert, Casey Mest, Will Minnick, Kyle Kratzer, and Garry Oberholtzer. Their next performance will be this Saturday, February 25th at the Boyertown Jazz Festival at Boyertown High School at 6:25 p.m. The middle school show begins at noon. The high school show begins at 5:30 p.m.  Click HERE to hear some sweet sounds.  

Pottstown’s ‘Trojan Men’ aid national tour to fight cancer with TV appearance, Mercury 2-20-2017

By Evan Brandt

In a not-so-unique “twist,” Pottstown High School’s Trojan Man mascot is gaining a reputation as a real childhood cancer fighter.

Two Trojan Men (there are actually 14) made an appearance on the Fox 29 morning program “Good Morning Philadelphia” Monday to kick off a national campaign to combat childhood cancer.

They were there as part of a group organized by Mascots for a Cure, an Oregon-based non-profit that raises money for children’s cancer research using school and sports mascots.

It is Mascots for a Cure that has championed the “Twist Challenge” video dance campaign on social media that uses the Chubby Checker classic to raise awareness and money for the cause.  

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