The July 15 session in the YWCA Tri-County Area's series on racism, racial justice, and social justice tackles dealing with mental health and trauma responsiveness during twin national crises.
Early education, youth empowerment, family cooking, and adult education and training classes are resuming Monday (today, July 6) and throughout the month at the YWCA Tri-County Area.
Child day care providers who offer services from their family homes must meet new guidelines intended to avert deadly tragedies like that of a fire in which young children died last year.
Local school districts have until next Tuesday, but most have already acted, to claim a share of more than $1.87 million allocated to them for school health and safety expenses in the wake of the pandemic.
Be part of an online conversation that explores racism, and racial and social justice through webinars, movies and books. It starts Wednesday, and is sponsored by the YWCA TriCounty Area in Pottstown.
With changes bringing even more digital education, the Pottsgrove school board Tuesday agreed to offer enhanced online tools for kindergarten through fifth-grade students and their families.
Officials of the Pioneer Athletic Conference have announced their choices among competing school districts for academic all-conference teams during Spring 2020.
The superintendent of the Great Valley School District, Dr. Regina Speaker Palubinsky, has been chosen to lead the Montgomery County Intermediate Unit. It provides services to Pottsgrove and other county school districts.