After a two-year wait, the Perkiomen Valley School District Foundation resurrected its annual dodgeball fund-raising tournament with highly successful results, and a lot of fun, too.
The Perkiomen Valley School District hopes to "regain its authority" over decisions on whether student masking should be required or optional, its superintendent wrote Wednesday. It reportedly will appeal a judge's decision enforcing masks at PV.
Own an import, street rod, automotive classic, or truck of which you're particularly proud? Show it off at an April 9 show that earns your ride some public love, maybe wins an award, and also benefits career education.
If you're like many, you've probably got an old, unused cell phone (OK, maybe more than one) hanging around. Donate it for a worthy cause, in Collegeville, as part of this year's Martin Luther King Day of Service.
Six local school districts are among 686 designees recently identified by the NAMM Foundation as the "Best Communities for Music Education" across the nation during 2021. It's a repeat win for all.
A combined total of more than $32 million in federal funding under the American Rescue Plan is headed to Pottstown, Pottsgrove, Spring-Ford Area, Perkiomen Valley, Boyertown Area, Upper Perkiomen, Owen J. Roberts, and Phoenixville schools.
Anticipating that coronavirus cases might rise after the winter break, the Perkiomen Valley School District is delaying its Jan. 4 planned resumption of on-site education by a week, to Jan. 11.
Student Transportation of America, which provides busing services to the Perkiomen Valley School District under contract, will hold a hiring event Friday in Collegeville. It's looking for bus monitors.