At Rupert Elementary School, students who demonstrate success in their classroom reap the rewards with their families at home. Five learners, one from each grade, were named as the school’s I’MPACT winners for its second quarter.
Filmmaker Dan Habib’s documentary shows how three American adults with intellectual disabilities challenge perceptions of intelligence, in a story narrated by parent and Academy Award-winning actor Chris Cooper.
Baseball players from teams at Pottstown and Pottsgrove high schools united in community service Sunday. They participated in the Dr. Martin L. King Day of Service by spending hours to collect food for donation to families in need.
Pennsylvania American Water said Monday it would distribute eight grants, each valued between $3,000 and $5,000, to help area programs that reflect inclusion, diversity, and equity. Two winners are located in Phoenixville and Norristown.
A simple change in presentation prompted more Pottsgrove School District students to attend an open house at the Western Montgomery Career and Technology Center. The result? Coming year enrollments there are already rising.
The Boyertown Area Historical Society and about 40 visitors to Fairview Cemetery on Sunday marked the 115th anniversary of the Rhoads Opera House Fire, in which 171 people perished. The 1908 tragedy is annually observed by their descendants and others.
The Pottsgrove School District has openings for full- and part-time positions, and is looking for student assistant, teaching, and support staff personnel. It’s holding a job fair Wednesday in West Pottsgrove.
Kids were all over, around, and into everything on display at the Pennsylvania Farm Show. That’s exactly what organizers hoped for. The show introduced many to the concept of farming for the first time, possibly with lasting results.