Pottsgrove schools' administrators are moving full steam ahead to prepare for their students' hybrid return to education by Dec. 1, and foresee an opportunity to resurrect live classes full-time.
Under it, if approved by the Pottsgrove Board of School Directors, special education needs and low-incidence students could partially return to in-person classroom instruction within a short period.
In what seemed to be overwhelming demand, the Pottsgrove School District's distribution Monday of free boxes of food from a Philadelphia charity was quickly exhausted. More boxes are being requested.
Boxes of fresh produce, dairy items, and protein collected from regional farmers and retailers are being offered for free Monday to any Pottsgrove School District resident, while supplies last.
The superintendent, assistant superintendent, and business administrator in the Pottsgrove School District all received 2-percent salary increases Tuesday from the Board of School Directors.
The Pottsgrove School District suspended its girls volleyball team activities Saturday, and Montgomery County began contact tracing calls, after a team member tested positive for coronavirus.
Monday marks the start of another week of virtual education in the Pottsgrove School District. Its resident families can take advantage of free meals being offered for their students.
All Pottsgrove School District classes are being held virtually today (Tuesday) as full-day sessions. The school board meets tonight. And district free meal pick-ups are scheduled today and tonight at Lower and West Pottsgrove elementary schools.