The lessons reflect Hispanic American Heritage Month, which takes place from September 15 to October 15.
Students learn new games designed to get them moving while also allowing for greater participation and fewer conflicts.
Colonial works closely with local organizations to help needy families in the District receive food and children's gifts for the holidays. Click here to complete the request form. Due November 4.
Congratulations to all Colonial schools for their performance in Niche's 2023 Best Schools rankings, including PWHS making PA's top 25 public high schools.
Space is still available in some upcoming Adult Evening School classes!
Students participated in fun outdoor games to learn about leadership, teamwork, communication and more.
High school students will lead anti-bias and anti-bullying workshops with ninth-graders upon completion of their training.
Learn ways to help your child develop problem-solving, goal-setting, and self-regulation skills with this free virtual workshop, Tuesday, Oct. 11, 9:30-11 a.m.
Saturday, October 15, 7 p.m. in the Spring Mill Fire Company Ballroom. RSVP by October 8.
Funds are also being set aside to pay for a set number of student lunches but families must apply to be considered.
Between now and October 15, the Bridge at PWHS features decorations for Hispanic Heritage Month through an effort led by sophomore Victoria Escobar-Martin.
Celebrate 20 years at The Pub on Saturday, November 26, 2022, 7-11 p.m. RSVP by November 4.
Click through for the second video of photos from the first few weeks of school, including our kindergartners and footage from the high school by CITV students!
School will begin for students Sept. 5, 2023.
Click here to apply to be a part-time or substitute worker for our Food Services Department!
Currently, the program has a senior looking for an opportunity to learn more about accounting.
The school gathered outside the flagpole to thank first responders and reflect on what it means to serve others.
Family-friendly activities, raffles, and a resource fair that highlights local special needs service providers.
Click through to see the first day photos on the CITV YouTube Channel!
Students entering grades 4, 6, and 9 had the chance this summer to get to know their new buildings.