The Pottsgrove High class of 2022 will graduate on a Friday evening in June that year, and that end-of-the-week scheduling pleased school board members during their Tuesday meeting
Pottsgrove's Board of School Directors agreed to wait until its next meeting for the announcement of committee appointments. Board President Robert Lindgren is still confirming member rosters.
Despite pandemic-related problems, the just-ended school year supplied a rosy outlook for the Pottsgrove School District. Its 12-month audit ending June 30 showed it accrued a $1.7 million surplus.
Rep. Tim Hennessey returns in this legislative year as chairman of the state's House Transportation Committee, and as a member and former chairman of the Aging and Older Adult Services Committee.
The superintendent will bring those attending Tuesday's virtual Pottsgrove School District board meeting up-to-date on its latest actions in handling the pandemic. Directors also will review the annual audit.
Several seats are vacant now, or soon may become so, on Lower Frederick Township's various advisory boards, commissions, and committees. If you can spare time to help the community, let Manager Mark Hudson know.
Five people who serve as volunteers on four Lower Pottsgrove advisory bodies were reappointed Monday by township commissioners. They also agreed to advertise a proposed retirement plan for non-uniformed employees.
Township commissioners have agreed to settle assessment appeals for three commercial properties owned by Heritage Sunnybrook Village LP on Heritage and Creekside Drives in Lower Pottsgrove.