The state Education Department awarded 10 separate grants Monday to schools or districts in western Montgomery and northern Chester counties, totaling more than $233,000, to be used for student safety.
A free summer meals program for eligible children begins as early as next Monday and continues through August on varying dates and times at sites in Collegeville, East Greenville, Pottstown, and Sanatoga.
A free summer meals program for eligible children begins as early as next Monday and continues through August on varying dates and times at sites in Pottstown, Sanatoga, Collegeville, and East Greenville.
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The state Education Department published SAT averages for local and other high schools Monday. It took the same information offline Wednesday. Oops!
Thirteen Pottstown locations are among 2,000 across Pennsylvania that the state said will provide free meals this summer to qualified and registered children age 18 and younger.
Three local school districts, including Pottstown, found few flaws among their teachers, even though 20 percent or more of students don't meet math or reading standards. That's a problem, PA's education secretary claims.