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It is official! Emme signed on dotted line
Trojan Proud and congratulations to Emme Wolfel on signing her National Letter of Intent to play Soccer and major in Sport Management next year at Kutztown University. Emme is a leader in the classroom and on the field. Her determination, work ethic, and leadership serves as a role model to others and gives us another reason to say Proud to be from Pottstown. Read More.
DECA Gets Foxy Goes Live
Pottstown High School DECA students with their sponsor Marketing teacher Vickie McShea went on air, live with Bob Kelly of Fox 29 News at the Brookside Family Restaurant to share the news of their fundraising efforts to support research in a cure for childhood cancer. Trojan Proud of our civic minded students who are preparing to become the leaders of our community. 
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Donuts for Dads Helps Build Social Emotional Bonds
Sharing breakfast together is a good way to start the day with your child. Rupert Elementary School held their annual Donuts for Dads where dads, uncles, grandpops and friends got to eat breakfast together and share some time reading one of their favorite stories. New to this year's event saw dads and kids playing a board game that reinforces the social emotional lessons students learned in class (SEL). Principal Matt Moyer said, building strong social emotional skills is an important factor in achieving success in school and everyday life. Adding the board game to our dads event was a great opportunity for family members to better understand the classroom lessons and help develop strong family bonds. Read More.
First Marking Period Honor Roll
Click here to see Pottstown School District's first marking period honor roll. Congratulations to our students! Read More.
Pottstown Library Used Book Sale  and Snacks with Santa
The Friends of the Pottstown Regional Public Library are hosting a Huge 2 Day Used Book Bag Sale. Located at the Pottstown Library, 500 E. High Street in Pottstown, this event will take  place Friday, November 22 from 10 am to 6 pm and again Saturday, November 23 from 9 am to 2 pm.
Come out and support your local library!  CLICK HERE TO SEE FLYER.
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Honoring Those Who Serve Our Country
State Representative Joe Ciresi hosted a Veteran's Breakfast at VFW Post 6341 in Royersford to honor the men and women of our country who have given their service.Their sacrifices in the past,present and future help ensure that we enjoy a life of freedom. Members of the Pottstown High School JR. ROTC Unit PA 951 under the command of Senior Sergeant Thomas Ellington and Major Roger Gauert presented the colors and lead in the Pledge of Allegiance. Cadets and veterans got to share conversation about their experiences and love of country.Representative Ciresi added to the patriotic atmosphere with his singing of God Bless America. Read More.
Reading Can Be Messy Business
Principal Mrs.CaleistaBoyer challenged the students of Lincoln to read 1,000 books by the end of the first marking period. Sixty-three students participated and together they read 1,900 books-nearly doubling the goal!!! The STAR Readers were rewarded with the opportunity to SLIME the principal at a full school assembly. It was a well deserved and messy celebration!!! Great job, STAR readers!!! Thanks to Mrs. Boyer for finding a fun way to encourage student readers. Read More.
Fall Season Brings Inductions

The Fall may mark the time of the year when nature prepares to slow down for a long cold Winter, but at Pottstown High School it is a time of activity and induction for academic and career organizations. National Honor Society inducted 18 new members during a candle lighting ceremony. In order to be considered for membership students must have a 93% or higher grade point average and be chosen by the faculty council based on their involvement in the four pillars of NHS (leadership, scholarship, service, and character.)

Candle lighters for the ceremony were,Jonny Stilwell, Chloe Hebert, Sebastian Buchanan, Jacob Eagle Newly elected officers; Andrew Green Secretary , Winni Weng Vice President, Alexandria Olvera Treasurer and David Hicks President. The high school marketing club ( DECA ) under the direction of advisors Ms. Victoria McShea and Mr. Kiven Pascal inducted new members at a special ceremony held in the school cafeteria.

A special video presentation of the groups past accomplishments was presented by student Kishan Patel. Some words of wisdom were given by special guest speaker Joshua Nulph, an officer in the national DECA organization. Along with the induction of 20 new members a new slate of officers took leadership positions. President, Angelica Calel,Vice President Emily Weber,Executive Director Kishan Patel and Management Director Mackenzie Moser. Share the news of our outstanding students and let people know we are Proud to be from Pottstown.
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Hockey Players Earn Division Honors
Congratulations to Pottstown High School field hockey players, junior Destri Roye and freshman Taetum Robbins for earning Pioneer Athletic Conference honors. Destri was named to the first team Frontier Division and Taetum earned second team recognition. They are examples of the effort our student athletes make everyday in the classroom and on the field. They are learning the real life lesson that Hard Work Pays Off. Thanks for giving us another reason to say Proud to be from Pottstown. Read More.
Saving Lives and Learning Lessons
Pottstown High School Health Occupation students under the leadership of their teacher Mrs. Michaela Johnson received some hands on learning while assisting in the school's annual Fall blood drive. The drive is done in partnership with the Miller-Keystone Blood Center. Students were responsible for the organization of the event and assisted in the collection of life saving units of blood. The drive was a great success and exceeded the goal of 37units by collecting 40 units from the 56 students and staff who registered to donate. It is estimated that the blood collected will be able help in saving 120 lives. Mrs Johnson said I am very proud of our students and staff who continually show their leadership in organizing this lifesaving event and willingness to give of themselves to help those in need. Read More.
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PSD on the Steps of Harrisburg
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