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PA Depart. Of Education Secretary Pays Visit To Pottstown
POTTSTOWN — Evan Brandt - When it comes to advocating for fair public school funding, Pedro Rivera is playing the long game. Rivera, who has been Gov. Tom Wolf's education secretary for six years, knows only too well the struggles urban schools like Pottstown face under Pennsylvania's nationally recognized imbalanced funding system. Read More.
Seussical the Musical This Year's All-District Musical
Pottstown School District will be performing Seussical the Musical.  CLICK HERE TO GET ALL THE DETAILS INCLUDING SHOW DATES and TIMES. Read More.
Valentine's Day Trojan Man Style

In honor of today's holiday, we debuted Heart Breaker Trojan Man! Trojan Man Jon was busy today spreading love and joy as he delivered 12 chocolate flowers to 12 faculty and staff members, chosen by the Trojan Man! Each staff member also recieved their own copy of "The Adventures of Trojan Man!", personalized and autographed by Trojan Man himself!!!! 

After delivering his gifts, Trojan Man Jon also spent with the Entrepreneurship program who were selling roses and candy in the cafeteria! A great marketing tool Trojan Man is!

To end his day, Trojan Man Jon visited our friends in the Pre-K Counts classroom at the high school for a quick hello during their lunch time!

Making the World a Better Place One Trojan Man at a Time!

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Lady Trojan Leads in Division Scoring
Trojan Proud of Sophomore Trinell Watson who was the Frontier Division Girls Basketball regular season scoring champion. She scored an average of 16 points per game and was an overall team player with 6.9 rebounds and 2.6 steals a game. Another example of learning that Hard Work Pays Off and reason to say Proud to be from Pottstown. Read More.
Trojan Football Players Score Academic Success

Trojan Proud of our Pottstown High School football players who have demonstrated their academic and athletic talents this season. Student athletes were recognized to the All Academic teams of both the EasternPAFootball.com and the PA Football News service. Players must have played in at least 50% of the varsity games and will receive Gold, Sliver or Bronze honors determined by their GPA.

Gold Team: (3.8 or higher), Silver Team: (3.4 to 3.7),Bronze Team: (3.0 to 3.3) Earning the Gold Standard with 4.0 GPA were, Daniel Darden, Dereck Darden, David Hicks, Robert Richards, Jon Oister, Jorge Mundo, Jahzeel Watson, Anthony DiPierto, Jared Hewitt, and Gabriel Hicks. Silver honors went to Cole Miller, Matt Walker, Sensair Wesley, Gary Allan, and Mason Miller. Bronze standard honorees were, Daiwik Phillips and Joneil Oister. Athletics and academics are the proving ground to learn that hard work pays off and leads to success.

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Trojan Wrestlers Pin Down Academic Honors
Trojan Proud of Pottstown High School wrestlers earning 2nd marking period Distinguished Honors Bobby Richards, Diego Magana Jaime, Jarred Hewitt,Demond Thompson,Salah Selmi,Devon Green, Julianna Figueroa and team scorekeeper Kennedy Cole Earning Honors Mason Miller Mia Bumbarger,Jonah Grice, Kyleaf Robinson July, Zack Griffin,and Josiah Wiggins. Academics and athletics a path to success. Our students athletes learning Hard Work Pays Off in the classroom,on the mat and in life. Read More.
Pottstown Area PAL Youth Track Program
Outdoor track program at the Pottstown High School track, running, jumping, agility, cardio workouts for both boys and girls.
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Pottstown mentoring program is 'Molding Men' and 'Leading Ladies'

For some it's a "safe place to go after school." 

For others, it's visiting a museum, or show outside Pottstown, perhaps for the first time ever. 

For some, it's just someone who says "good job." 

For the past four years, 50 to 60 Pottstown young men have found some or all those things are thanks to a burgeoning mentoring program called Molding Men, run by 2003 graduate Terence Shawell.

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Governor Invites Rodriguez To Harrisburg
Pottstown, Souderton superintendents on hand to cheer Wolf's calls for charter school reform

Evan Brandt

HARRISBURG — When Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf talked about charter school reform in his budget address Tuesday, he had two local educators cheering him on. Stephen Rodriguez, superintendent of the Pottstown School District, and Frank Gallagher, superintendent of the Souderton Area School District, were both on hand at the invitation of the governor.  The invitations were no accident. Both superintendents have been on the forefront of the push to reform how charter schools are funded in Pennsylvania.

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In Case You Are Counting
Just in case you're counting today is the 100th school day of the 19-2020 year. Our elementary classes are using the day as a teachable moment of instruction for mathematics and the value of 100. Looking at these young eager faces is just more reason to say Proud to be from Pottstown. Read More.
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