All Pottsgrove School District students headed back to classes Monday, albeit virtually. Lower Pottsgrove Elementary parents celebrated the event by giving away needed supplies and fun books.
This year's transportation challenge to high school students, including those in western Montgomery County, is to find more money to keep wheels turning on the state's extensive roadways.
After more than five hours of discussion, the Pottsgrove Board of School Directors reached a compromise with teachers that sticks with an Aug. 31 school start but gives more time for tech training.
Montgomery County Community College wants to see first-time students succeed, so with federal grant help it's launching a new way to connect them to "immersive, supportive" resources.
Whether parents and their students go online, or rely on its curbside service hours, the Pottstown Public Library has a wide range of learning and entertainment resources to enliven education at home.
ABC-TV Channel 6 in Philadelphia takes to the airwaves Sunday morning with a special on schooling challenges. Amazon signs for, and talks about, nearby warehouse space. And, results of The Post poll.
Those burning questions and others may be answered in a virtual program scheduled Aug. 14 by the Royersford Free Public Library. Other programs also are available next week for both adults and kids.
Pine Forge Academy is bringing students back to campus Aug. 24 and has invested in ultraviolet light devices, in part, to scrub the air inside its rooms and kill pathogens like coronavirus.