With the deadline extended for parents to submit return-to-education options for their Pottsgrove students, the school board postponed an earlier-announced special meeting from tonight to Aug. 4.
For viewers of Wednesday's virtual town hall on Pottsgrove School District reopening options, a surprising number of questions got answered. Some answers, however, prompted more questions. (Includes a 2.1-hour video of the town hall session)
For a return to education, Pottsgrove schools on Monday proposed a hybrid mix of in-school attendance and online learning, or all-online sessions with live and recorded content and teacher availability.
University student-teachers assigned to placements with cooperating Pottsgrove School District mentors may be headed for a different kind of on-the-job training, depending on the coronavirus pandemic.
Always wanted to serve on the Pottsgrove school board? Director Scott Hutt's resignation last week provides an opportunity. Write a letter of interest, pair it with a resume, and submit it by July 27.
"We are on the same page. Wrinkles have been ironed out," the president of Pottsgrove's teachers union wrote Thursday, after what he called a "great meeting" with district administrators.
Pottsgrove School District director Scott Hutt tendered his resignation Tuesday, effective immediately. He's off to a new job, he said, and will be unable to fulfill his board duties.
Tuesday's Pottsgrove school board meeting ran for more than three hours and 40 minutes. Its audience wanted answers on what the fall return to school might be like. They got a few; others are on the way.