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Parent Advocacy You're Invited to Attend...Public Education Matters in Pottstown
This parent advocacy workshop will be held March 6, 2018 at PMS from 7:00-9:00 pm.  Click HERE to learn more. 
school board-2 School Board Meeting Report 2-15-18

Thanks to Mr. Evan Brandt's Mercury Digital Notebook Blog you can read, see and hear about what happened at the School Board meeting on 2-15-18. In addition to Board actions taken, you will see and hear a sneak preview of this year's all district musical, The Little Mermaid. Last night was also the first time the meeting was live streamed on the district Facebook page, Pottstown School District. With over 160 views, the Board hopes to open a new door for the community to stay informed and involved.

Game Workers Crew Winter 2018-2 GOOD HOST

Thanks to Mr. Anspach and his team for showing people why we are proud of our people, programs, facilities and giving us more reasons to say, Proud to be from Pottstown.

Over three nights, Pottstown School District hosted the Pioneer Athletic Conference Boys Basketball Championships in Strom Gymnasium.  Over three thousand spectators attended five games that were played in our facility.  During the games, we received numerous accolades on our facility, hospitality, organization, and overall atmosphere.  Administrators, faculty members and fans from other schools constantly reminded us that we have a first class set up in the conference.  Hosting this event could not be possible without the help of Tim Emmick, his custodial crew, Justin Baker, and our game workers.  We are very fortunate to have a great bunch of passionate workers.


blood drive 2018 EJ A Gift from the Heart

Pottstown High School students and staff showed their love for the community by literally giving a gift from the heart. Forty-three units of blood were donated during the recent blood drive sponsored by the high school Health Occupations class in partnership with the Miller Keystone Blood Bank. Senior Eriq Johnson, a Culinary Arts student, who has already donated six times, said, “The first time I was just curious about my blood type, but I have come to realize how important giving blood is to the efforts of saving people's lives.” He plans to enter the military as a chef and when he returns to civilian life open a restaurant. Student Proctor Mr. Tim Mutter is no stranger to caring and giving. Since entering the military in 1969, he has donated over 100 units of life saving blood. “Knowing that I can help a family in need, just like I would want someone to help my family is important,” said Mutter. Health Occupations teacher Ms. Michaela Johnson said, “I am very proud of our students and staff. For many years Pottstown High School has been one of the top donors in the region. Our efforts are truly an expression of caring for the Pottstown community. The donations stay right here in Pottstown with every unit able to help save seven lives.” It is our way to say, Proud to be from Pottstown.


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District Musical
The Little Mermaid
Little Mermaid

Pottstown High School proudly presents this year’s school musical, “The Little Mermaid.” Click HERE for more information and to purchase tickets.

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Notice of Non-Discrimination
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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