Pottstown School District

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Pottstown won't return to classes before January
It looks like most Pottstown students won't be returning to the classroom much before January. Like many surrounding districts, the Pottstown schools administration has laid out a schedule for a phased return to in-person education.
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Hispanic Heritage Month Writing Contest
CENTRO CULTURAL LATINOS UNIDOS (CCLU)
HISPANIC HERITAGE MONTH WRITING CONTEST 
Deadline, Jan. 6, 2021 MAIL YOUR ESSAY TO CCLU: 301 KING ST. POTTSTOWN, PA 19464. FOR MORE INFORMATION, CALL CCLU AT 610-705-0566
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Spread the Warmth
New winter coats available for kids. 
10/24/2020 | 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM Pottstown YMCA 724 N. Adams Street, Pottstown, PA 19464
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POTTSTOWN SCHOOL DISTRICT RESPONSE TO POSITIVE COVID19 CASE OR EXPOSURE
Please read to see how PSD will respond to positive Covid exposure to Covid 19.\
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Football Team Clears Way For Community Event
Pottstown High School football players are used to clearing the way for Trojan runners to score touchdowns. This weekend they used their skills and strength to help clear the way for a highly successful community event.
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Montco Cares
A new grant to financially support eligible Montgomery County families and childcare providers during the Covid-19 pandemic.
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The Pottstown YWCA are having virtual programs for girls in grades 4-12.
Dear Parents and Caregivers  - The Pottstown YWCA are having virtual programs for girls in grades 4-12. 
Great Girls Today - grades 4-6 
Girls in Charge - grades 6-8 Girls 
Take the Lead - grades 9-12 
Register today! 
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Pottstown NAACP Supports Students
Pottstown NAACP Recognizes the Efforts of the Foundation for Pottstown Education with a Donation In Support of District Students The Pottstown NAACP recently presented a $1,000 check to the Foundation for Pottstown Education in support of the Foundation’s recent Chromebook Campaign. At a recent chapter meeting, Pottstown NAACP’s President, Johnny Corson recognized the Foundation for its quick action to raise funds supporting the purchase of Chromebooks for the students of the Pottstown School District.
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Kenil Patel Comes On Board
Congratulations to Kenil Patel PHS 2017 grad, who was recently named to the board of directors for the Foundation for Pottstown Education. He is junior at Drexel University majoring in Engineering Technology with a minor in Biological Sciences. Read all about his story in Mr. Evan Brandt's digital Notebook Blog.
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A Champ In Class On Court And In Community
PHS and Villanova grad Howard Brown has proven himself in the classroom,on the basketball court and in service to the community. He was recently promoted to senior program officer of the Pottstown Area Health and Wellness Foundation. Read his story in Mr. Evan Brandt's Digital Notebook Blog.
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Voter registration /Food Distribution
The Pottstown NAACP, YWCA, and Montgomery County Public Defender's Office is having a voter registration and food distribution event next Saturday, October 10th at Smith Plaza from noon to 4.p.m. Attendees are required to wear a mask and practice social distancing.
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Coaches and Athletes React To Restart Of Sports
A happy group of coaches, athletes and parents react to the restart of sports season. Read what Mercury reporter Austin Hertzog heard from them. CLICK HERE TO READ THE STORY.
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Board Moves To Resume Fall Activities
The Pottstown school board has moved to resume fall co-curricular activities. Read Mercury reporter Austin Hertzog's description of the events.  CLICK HERE TO READ THE STORY.
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Co-curricular Activities Resume

After consultation with the school board last night and in accordance with our health and safety plan on co- curricular activities, the administrative team is taking immediate action to reinstate fall sports and outside based activities, including marching band. The PIAA ( state athletic governing body) requires 15 days of practice before an interscholastic contest can be played. In order to participate, all parent permission papers including physicals must be completed and handed in before a student may begin practice. Please be on the lookout for additional important information the district and coaches will be sending out via emails and website posts.

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Bachman Named To All Pro Team
Congratulations to PHS Engineering Technology Teacher, Mr. Andy Bachman on being selected as an Axalta All-Pro Educator. Recognized by students, staff, administration and community as a caring, creative educator who will challenge students to use their skills and imagination in developing creative solutions to real life problems.
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