Pottsgrove School District Superintendent Dr. William Shirk again took aim Tuesday at providing answers to questions many parents seem to be asking about the return-to-education options.
Having discussed student return-to-education options during its Wednesday town hall meeting, the Pottsgrove School District on Thursday opened a webform to gather parents' choices data.
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)
Rather than have just one day to decide on 2020-'21 return-to-education preferences after a Pottsgrove town hall meeting scheduled for July 22, the district reports parents will get a full week.
A Thursday letter from the Pottsgrove School District sets dates on which it plans to deliver return-to-school information, answer questions and obtain comments, and ask to know parents' intent for their children.
Pottsgrove schools are always in need of arts, crafts, and school supplies. It just so happened that New Jersey-based Paramount Realty Services had supplies available for the taking. That made for a perfect match.
The Pottsgrove School District on Monday officially ended a coronavirus-related program giving meals to students they would have eaten in schools. There's no decision yet about the program's summer fate.
A letter by Pottsgrove schools Superintendent Dr. William Shirk said the district values the differences in its communities, and urged all involved to stand "against any and all acts of racism."