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Student who just gave blood Who Are You Going To Call?
Who are you going to call when you need donations of lifesaving blood during the cold Winter months? Pottstown High School students and staff, that's who. When it is the middle of the Winter and it is cold outside donations to blood banks go down, but the need is still high. Click here to read the full story and to see more pictures of our amazing students

colorful handprints registration PRE-K Counts and Kindergarten Online Registration Opens
 If you are going to register your child for either Pre-K Counts or kindergarten, please be aware that it opens March 4th. Click on this flyer for more important information regarding registration.

Students hold signs for showing kindness Put a Little Kindness In Your Heart
PreK students at Lincoln Elementary help remind everyone that kindness is celebrated in February and it all begins with each one of us. Thanks to Justin Gibbs, Kaleb Elliot and Theodore Wacker for reminding us to put a little kindness in our hearts.

Students being read to by Joe Pottstown Singled Out For Early Childhood Education Leadership Mercury 2-11-19
As the state budget season kicked off with the presentation of Gov. Tom Wolf's budget, early education advocates kicked off their efforts to ensure that budget funds pre-kindergarten education. For their setting, they chose the Learning Annex building on North Franklin Street where several of the Pottstown School District's Pre-K Counts classrooms are held. It is an easy program to support, said Schools Superintendent Stephen Rodriguez, because "it emotionally prepares students to deal with the world, and economically, it is the best way to invest in education."  Click Here to Read More.

Students walking out of Edgewood Elementary School Town Hall Meetings-Reopening Edgewood
Please read the attached flyer for a Town Hall Meeting regarding re-opening of Edgewood Elementary School for the 5th grade possibly beginning the 2020-2021 school year. Click here to see flyer

Espongement Better Tomorrows - Expungement Workshop Scheduled for 3/4/19
Pennsylvania is now offering an automatic record-sealing for many nonviolent misdemeanors, Clean Slate legislation becomes law in Pennsylvania. Erica Briant Staff Attorney at (LASP ) Legal Aid of Southeastern Montgomery County will be facilitating a 2-hour workshop explaining the expungement process. The workshop will take place at 2120 Buchert Road, Pottstown PA, in The Rolling Hills Community Room. Click here to read more.

Hairspray the musical PHS Musical Hairspray
Pottstown High School students will be presenting the musical Hairspray on March 1st & 2nd at 7:00 p.m. with a 2:00 p.m. show on March 3rd. at the high school auditorium. Click here to see detailed information and on how to purchase tickets.

Diversionary fair Montgomery County Annual Diversity Recruitment Fair
Our district is proud to participate in the Montgomery County Annual Diversity Recruitment Fair on Wednesday, April 10th from 5:30 to 7:30 pm. Current teachers and administrators, college students majoring in education, and other educational professionals are invited to speak with school district administrators about professional opportunities within our schools.

PTICC Logo Save the date! Re-scheduled PTICC Community Partner Meeting for, Tuesday February 19th 2019
Our PTICC Community Partner Meeting scheduled for January 30th, 2019 has been rescheduled for Tuesday, February 19th, 2019! Click here to see details and please make sure to register.

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the Girls of PHS wrestling team Girl Power: Female foursome in PAC proving wrestling isn’t just for the boys

They’re described by such terms as “pioneers” and “trailblazers. ”Some people consider them “inspirations.”
Others may consider them a “novelty.” But, first and foremost, they’re high school girls looking to establish their place in a sport that’s been almost exclusively a domain of manhood since the ancient Greeks competed in it at their Olympic games. Pottstown’s team has three girls who are a presence on the varsity roster: Zoe Earle, Julianna Figueroa, and Mia Bumbarger. Zoe and Julianna, both sophomores, wrestle at the lower end of the weight scale; and Mia is a freshman competing at 145. Click here to read their story

Wrestlers Bring Home Medals Females Make History
wrestlersThe PHS Trojan Wrestling Team came home from the Lancer Invitational Tournament with a 5th place showing after scoring 133.5 team points.

Individually Destyn Snyder lead the team by pinning his way to a 1st place in the 285 weight class. Taking 2nd place were Demon Thompson 132 pounds and Zeke Griffin at 182 pounds. 
Julianna Figueroa made PHS Wrestling history by becoming the first female to earn a medal in a male tournament. She had two pins on her way to placing 2nd in the 113 weight class. 

Placing third were Kylafe July at 138 and Justice Harris at 195. Kylafe holding medalZoe Earle became our second female to place with a fourth at 106.

Jamaal Pratt got a pin in his last match to earn fifth place at 152 and Matt Deppen place sixth at 126. Manny Tamayo and Jamie Diego had a strong showing and gained valuable experience.  
Juliana making history 
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Winter Sports Senior Athletes and Parents Honored

Winter Sports Senior Athletes and Parents Honored

Last week senior members of Winter sports teams and their parents were honored at ceremonies prior to games. Thank you to seniors for your leadership, perseverance and hard work. Family support is fundamental to program success and appreciated by the coaches and Athletic Department. Trojan Proud of our athletes,coaches and families. Boys Basketball; Shane Duncan,Floyd Dashiell and Jsawn Jones Cheerleaders: Alexus Cruz,Madison Nagel, Shalisha Paschall, Jailyn Davis and Faith Burrington Girls Basketball; Riley Owens,Kiyah Cotton and Da'zah Regusters Wrestling Destyn Snyder.
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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 610-323-8200.
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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